Prepared by Hassan Zamanzadeh for  www.eHolyQuran.com   
 

  By reading the following, any fair non-Muslim – let alone a Muslim – will come to believe that Quran is the word of God.

Mathematical Miracles of Quran

The phrase;  “In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful”  "Bessmellah Alrrahman Arrahim" in Arabic, is composed of 19 letters,
and in verse 74:30 and 74:31 of Moddaser chapter in regards to hell it is written that:

"Over it there are 19; We have placed none but angels as guardians of the Fire.
 We have placed such a number (
19) merely as a test for those who disbelieve, to convince the ones who have been given the Book,
  while those who believe may be increased in [their] faith; and so the ones who have been given the Book as well as believers may not doubt, ..."

We know that 19 is a prime number. A prime number is a number that is only divisible by itself and by one. Many individuals in the past and present
have attempted to discover the secrets of the mathematical miracles of Quran. In the past, one of these individuals seriously pursued the path of
achieving this goal and managed to come up with many successes “in this case”. In recent years, using a small calculator, Mr. Koresh Jamneshan –
who currently lives in Tehran – concluded some facts that you can readily confirm. He added up the number of each chapter with the number of its
verses in the following manner.

Chapter number

 

Number of verses

 

Sum

 

1

+

7

=

8

even

2

+

286

=

288

even

3

+

200

=

203

odd

4

+

176

=

180

even

5

+

120

=

125

odd

…

 

…

 

…

…

…

 

…

 

…

…

113

+

5

=

118

even

114

+

6

=

120

even

Sum of chapters:

 

Sum of verses:

 

Sum of odds:

Sum of evens:

6555

 

6236

 

6555

6236

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is remarkable that the number of evens is 57 and the number of odds is also 57, which by itself is a miracle. However,
another miracle is that if the sum of the evens is added up, the number 6236 results which happen to be the total number of verses of Quran.
Another miracle is that if the sum of the odds is added up, the number 6555 results which happen to be the sum of the number of chapters of Quran.
Another miracle is that if the sum of the digits of 6555 is added to the sum of the digits of 6236, number 38 results, which itself is a multiple of 19:

(5+5+5+6) + (6+2+3+6) = 19 × 2, the same way that the number of chapters of Quran is a multiple of 19, i.e.; 114 = 19 × 6.

Please note that if we change the number of verses of Quran, or if we change the order of chapters such relations will no longer be valid.
This shows that the number of verses of Quran and the order of the chapters should be what they are now, and thus Quran cannot be the work of humans.

Mr. Abollah Erik noticed that in the four words of “Besm”, “allah”, “arrahman”, and “arrahim”, 18 mathematical relations holds,
and Mr. Javad Rahmany discovered yet another relation, for a total of 19 relations – all based on Arabic alphabet values
(named Abjad in the ancient times). The Abjad letters are the 28 Arabic letters which are mapped to numbers from one to 1000 as follows:

Values of Abjad letters

100= Þ

20= ˜

1= Ç

200= Ñ

30= á

2= È

300= Ô

40= ã

3= Ì

400= Ê

50= ä

4= Ï

500= Ë

60= Ó

5= å

600= Î

70= Ú

6= æ

700= Ð

80= Ý

7= Ò

800= Ö

90= Õ

8= Í

900= Ù

 

9= Ø

1000= Û

 

10= ی

 

 

 

 

 

 

It should be noted that similar to the numerical values of the Latin alphabet (Roman Numerals),
these numerical values for the Arabic alphabet have been in use for centuries.

19 letters of Bessmellah alrrahman arrahim and their Abjad values:

besm

Abjad values

Arabic

Word number

 

2

b

1

 

60

s

2

 

40

m

3

 

allah

Abjad values

Arabic

Word number

 

1

a

4

 

30

l

5

 

30

l

6

 

5

h

7

 

alrahmn

Abjad values

Arabic

Word number

 

1

a

8

 

30

l

9

 

200

r

10

 

8

h

11

 

40

m

12

 

50

n

13

 

alrahim

Abjad values

Arabic

Word number

 

1

a

14

 

30

l

15

 

200

r

16

 

8

i

17

 

10

y

18

 

40

m

19

Mathematical Miracle; “besm allh alrhmn alrhim”
 
The four words and 19 letters in “besm allh alrhmn alrhim” form such a mathematical system that is not possible to do with the knowledge
and feelings of humans. This thoughtful system is obtained based on Abjad values of its letters whose explanation is summarized below.

Four words of  “besm allh alrhmn alrhim”, Arabic letter numbers of each word, and their Abjad values:

Sum of values

Abjad values

Number of letters

Word number

102

2/60/40

3

b/s/m    1

66

1/30/30/5

4

a/l/l/h    2

329

1/30/200/8/40/50

6

a/l/r/h/m/n    3

289

1/30/200/8/10/40

6

a/l/r/h/i/m    4

Sum of values:   786

 

Sum:   19

 

1 - “besm allh alrhmn alrhim” consists of 19 letters.

2 – If we write down the order number of each word followed by the number or letters in that word we get 13243646,
      which is a multiple of 19. (the order number for each word is written in red for distinction.): 366866  = 13243646 × 19.

3 – Starting from the end going back ward, if we write the order number of each word followed by the number of its letters,
      again we get a multiple of 19:  46362413 = 19 × 2440127.

4 – If after the order number for each word, the sum of Abjad values of its letters is placed, again a multiple of 19 will be obtained: 
      1
10226633294289 = 19 X 5801401752331

5 – If after the order number of each word the Abjad value of each letter in that word is placed, again the resulting number will be divisible by 19
     1
260402130305313020084050413020081040 = 19 × 66336954126595422109686863843162160.

6 – If after the order number for each word, the sum of the number of letters of that world plus Abjad value sum of that word is placed,
      again the resulting number is a multiple of 19. Namely:   110527033354295 = 19 X 5817212281805;
      where (3 +102 = 105), (4 + 66 = 70), (6 + 329 = 335), (6 + 289 = 295) is used.

7 – If after the order number for each word, the sum of the number of letters of that word plus sum of the numbers of the letters of all
      previous words is placed, again the resulting number is divisible by 191327313419 = 19 X 69858601.,
      where; (0 + 3 = 3), (3 + 4 = 7), (3 + 4 + 6 = 13), (3 + 4 + 6 + 6 = 19) are used.

8 – If after the order number for each word, the sum of Abjad values of that word plus Abjad values of the all previous words is placed,
      again the ensuing number is a multiple of 191102216834974786 = 19 X 58011412367094;
      where (102 + 66 = 168) (102 + 66 + 329 = 497), (102 + 66 + 329 + 289 = 786), is used.

9 – If the Abjad value of each 19 words of the “besm allh alrhmn alrhim” is placed before the order number of the corresponding word,
      a 62-digit number is found, which again is a multiple of
      19
: 21602403 1430530657 183092001081140125013 11430152001681710184019 = 19 X 113696858647…),
     
where the digits corresponding to each of the four words of “besm allh alrhmn alrhim” are underlined.
      This underlining is useful for understanding the upcoming points.

10 – If the order number of each word (1, 2, 3, 4) is placed after the corresponding underlined digits groups above,
        a 66-digit number is ensued which is again a multiple of 19
        216024031 14305306572 1830920010811401250133 114301520016817101840194  =19 X 113696855849…).

11 – If in above, instead of the word order numbers (1, 2, 3, 4) the Abjad values of the corresponding words (102, 66, 329, 289) is placed,
        a new 73-digit number is found which is again a multiple of 19:
        2160240310214305306576618309200108114012501332911430152001681710184019289 = 19 X 111369685843…).

12 – At this stage, the Abjad values of each word (102, 66, 329, 289) is placed at the beginning of their corresponding underlined
        number group to get a new 73-digit number , again divisible by 19
       102
2160240366143053065732918309200108114012501328911430152001681710184019 = 19 X 5379790738 …).

13 – from left to right, we string the following numbers in order , for each word of “bsm allh alrhmn alrhim”:

a)     The number of letters of each word, such as 3 for “bsm”  (written in red for distinction).

b)     The numerical Abjad value of each word, such as 102 for “bsm” (underlined for clarity).

c)      The Abjad values of individual letters in each word, such as “bsm” consisting of “b, s, m” whose values are “2, 60, 40”, respectively.

        Stringing these together in order, a 48-digit number is found which is again a multiple of 19
        3
10226040466130305632913020084050628913020081040 = 19 X 1632768634…).

14 – At this stage, if the above order is changed somewhat, such that (b) and (c) are switched, another 48-digit number is ensued,
        which is again a multiple of 19: 326040102413030566613020084050329613020081040289 = 19 X 1716000539…).

15 – Now if for each word, we form a number which is a string of the letter order numbers, and add them up,
        we get a 12-digit number which is again a multiple of 19:
        123 + 4567 + 8910111213 + 141516171819 = 150426287722 = 19 X 7917173038.

16 – If the numbers obtained from letter order numbers for each word are followed by their corresponding word order numbers
        and then string together, a new 23-digit number is obtained which again a multiple of 19:
        123
145672891011121331415161718194 = 19 X 648135120479…).

17 – If string together the number of words (4) in “bsm allh alrhmn alrhim”, followed its number of letters (19),
        followed by the sum of the Abjad values of it (786), a 6-digit number is ensued which is again a multiple of 19: 
        4 19 786 = 19 X 22094.

18 – If we right the digits of the above number in reverse, we get a new number which is again a multiple of 19
        687 91 4 = 19 × 36206.

19 – If we write the verse number of “bsm allh alrhmn alrhim”, which is the first verse of Quran, followed by the number of its letters (19),
        followed by the numbers of letters in each individual word, the resulting number is also a multiple of 19
        1 19 3 4 6 6 = 19 × 19 × 19 × 174.

Please note that the probability of each digit to be in its place is 1 over 10. This is because it has the probability between zero to 9.

For example: in item (4) above, the number 102 consists of digits 1, 0, and 2, and the number 66 is formed by digits 6 and 6.
Similarly the number 329 consists of digits 3, 2, and 9, and the number 289 is formed by digits 2, 8, and 9.
Thus to make the number 110226633294289, which has 15 digits, has a random probability of forming equal to 10–15 or 1/1000000000000000.

For the four words in “bsm allh alrhmn alrhim” to have their Abjad value sum be divisible by 19, 19 times,
the chance of that happening is 1/19 times 1/19, or 1/37589973457545958193355601.

Do you think these mathematical relations are accidental?

If you think so, it is very unfair, and perhaps you intend to unfairly deny the great truth that Quran is the word of God,
and not only it is not the work of Mohammad (PBUH) and all the people in his time,
but even the people of our time with their computers cannot string together four words with all the above mathematical relations.

Note that the relations must be in the form of 1?2?3?4? = 19 X …, meaning that in place of each question mark (after the order numbers)
there must be a number corresponding to it. Based on computer calculations, the random odds of the stage 2 are 1 in 189753,
for the stages 2 and 4, are 1 in 36 billion, and for the stages 2, 4, and 5 combined, are less than 1 in 6.8 quadrillion.

Consequently, the odds of these 19 relations to occur accidentally are nearly zero or impossible.

Think for a moment and fairly judge if calculation of these relations is the work of the Arabian people from 14 centuries ago?
Much less the work of one man. Do these relations not signify the existence of a very very knowledgeable and calculating being,
which is the God, and prove the prophecy of Mohammad (PBUH) and holiness of the Quran?

Now that it is determined that Quran is the truly the word of God,
read it with utmost care and ponder about its verses, so you find the proper way of living

A Few More Mathematical  Miracles

The word “esm”, appears 19 times in Quran.

·        The word “allh” − without counting the ones in “bsm allh alrhmn alrhim” at the beginning of each chapter  − appears 2698,
or 19
´ 142 times in Quran.

·        The word “alrhmn”, which is one of the sole attributes of God, appears 57, or 19 ´ 3 times.

·        The word “alrhim”, which is used as an attribute of God, appears 114, or 19 ´ 6 times.
(The “alrhim” word in chapter 9 verse 128 is not considered in this counting since it is used as an attribute of the Prophet of Islam,
Mohammad (PBUH) and not as an attribute of God.

·        The “Alagh” chapter, the first five verses of which are the first verses ever sent down to Prophet (PBUH) is the 96th chapter of Quran
or the 19th chapter counting backward from the end. Furthermore, these first five verses have 19 words and 76, or 19
´ 3 letters.

·        The “Alagh” chapter has 19 verses and 285, or 19 ´ 15 letters.

·        The Quran’s last chapter, “Nas”, is the 114th chapter and has 6 verses, with 19 ´ 6 = 114.

·        The “Nasr” chapter, − the 110th chapter of Quran − which by some accounts is the last chapter sent down to Prophet (PBUH) –
has 19 words and its first verse has 19 letters.

·        The first 9 words of the 68th chapter of Quran (“Ghalam”) –  which are the second set of verses sent down to Prophet (PBUH) –
have 38 = 19
´ 2 letters.

·        The first 10 words of the 73th chapter of Quran (“Mozmal”) –  which are the third set of verses sent down to Prophet (PBUH) –
have 57 = 19
´ 3 letters.

The word “gh” in “Gh” chapter (50th chapter) and in “Shori” chapter (42nd chapter) − as part of the broken letters of these two chapters –
are repeated 57 times, namely 19
´ 3 times

In all broken letters of Quran similar mathematical relation exists,
totaling some 200 relations.

·        The word “N” in “Ghalam” (chapter 68) appears 133 times, with 133 = 19 ´ 7.

·        The words “y” and “s”  in “Yasin” (chapter 36) appears 285 times, with 285 = 19 ´ 15.

·        The word “saat” in “A’arof” (chapter 7) appears 97 times and in “Maryam” (chapter 19) 26 times and in “Saat” (chapter 38) 29 times.
The sum of these frequencies is; 29 + 26 + 97 = 152, with 152 = 19
´ 8.

In Quran, seven consecutive chapters exist (chapters 40 to 46) which start with “hm”, namely with the broken letters “h” and “m”.
These chapters have strange mathematical relations with one another, which cannot be attributed to anything but a miracle.

·        If the frequencies of all “h” and “m” letters in these chapters are added up the number 2147 is obtained, with 2147 = 19 ´ 113.

·        If in each of these chapters the frequencies of “h” letters and the “m” letters are separately added up and subsequently the digits
of the resulting numbers are summed up, the number 113 is obtained – which amazingly appear in the previous bullet.

In detail, the tally of the letters “h” and “m” in these seven chapters are as follows:

·        In “Mo’amen or Ghafer” (chapter 40): 64, 380, respectively. 

·        In “Fasselat” (chapter 41): 48, 276, respectively.

·        In “Shori” (chapter 42): 53, 300, respectively.

·        In “Zakhraf” (chapter 43): 44, 324, respectively.

·        In “Dokhan” (chapter 44): 16, 150, respectively.

·        In “Jasieh” (chapter 45): 31, 200, respectively.

·        In “Ehghaaf” (chapter 46): 36, 255, respectively.

Therefore:

64 + 380 + 48 + 276 + 53 + 300 + 44 + 324 + 16 + 150 + 31 + 200 + 36 + 225 = 2147 = 19 ´ 113.

And if the digits are added up, we get:

6+4+3+8+0+4+8+2+7+6+5+3+3+0+0+4+4+3+2+4+1+6+1+5+0+3+1+2+0+0+3+6+2+2+5  =  113, which is the quotient of 2147 ÷ 19.

·        Now if we repeat the same calculations with the first three of these seven chapters (40, 41, 42),
again we see that the sum of the frequencies of “h” and “m” letters is divisible by 19,
and the quotient equals the sum of the digits of the frequencies of  the “h” and “m” letters in these chapters, namely:

64 + 380 + 48 + 276 + 53 + 300 = 1121 = 19 X 59

6+4+3+8+0+4+8+2+7+6+5+3+3+0+0 = 59

·        Now if the four remaining of these seven chapters are considered, the same relations are obtained:

44 + 324 + 16 + 150 + 31 + 200 + 36 + 225 = 1026 = 19 X 54

4+4+3+2+4+1+6+1+5+0+3+1+2+0+0+3+6+2+2+5 = 54

·        Now in chapters 41, 42, and 43, the sum of the frequencies of letters “h” and “m” is 1045,
which is again divisible by 19 with a quotient of 55.
This quotient is again happens to be the sum of the digits of the frequencies of  the “h” and “m” letters in these chapters, namely:

48 + 276 + 53 + 300 + 44 + 324 = 1045 = 19 X 55

4+8+2+7+6+5+3+3+0+0+4+4+3+2+4 = 55

 

·        Now in chapters 41, 44, 45, and 46, the sum of the frequencies of letters “h” and “m” is 1102,
which is again divisible by 19 with a quotient of 58.
This quotient is again happens to be the sum of the digits of the frequencies of  the “h” and “m” letters in these chapters, namely:

16 +150 + 31 + 200 + 36 + 225 + 64 + 380 = 1102 = 19 X 58

1+6+1+5+0+3+1+2+0+0+3+6+2+2+5+6+4+3+8+0 = 58.

Now using a computer, try to find 14 numbers with the above properties.

Consider you are planning to write seven articles in which the frequencies of their “h” and “m” letters have the same properties.
What is the time scale needed for this design?

Also consider you are planning to deliver seven speeches that ends up with such mathematical properties. What are the odds of that?

Note that God in verse 48 of chapter 20 (“Ankaboot”) tells the Prophet (PBUH):

“You have not read a book before and  have not written any words with your hand, because if so,
  those who look to invalidate your prophecy would have real doubts”

This tells us that the Prophet was illiterate.

With the help of a computer, you try to 14 numbers with the above mathematical properties,
to discover that Quran cannot possibly be the work of the illiterate Prophet 14 centuries ago.
It could not have been the work of all the people of his time, either.

You are also invited to try to string four words together,  such as “bsm allh alrhmn alrhim”, with 19 mathematical relations,
or even only three mathematical relations based on Abjad letters values.

Of course, note that in those days even Abacus did not exist, let alone calculators or computers.

Please refer to Beyond Probability, by Mr. Abdollah Erik.

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