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Nineteen Simple Facts

Code 19 is apparent in the Quran just from the outset of the book. Even the most minute, simple facts linked to the Code were never brought to public attention until its unveiling in 1974. 

THE FACTS

FACT 1. The Quran contains 114 [19x6] chapters.

FACT 2. The Quran contains 6,346 [19x334] verses

FACT 3. The digits making up the total verse count [6+3+4+6] = 19

FACT 5. The opening statement (the Basmalah) occurs 114 or 19 x 6 times overall in the Quran, and this is despite its conspicuous absence from chapter 9 [it occurs twice in chapter 27; 27:0 & 27:30].

 

Such a deliberate compensation, 19 chapters after the missing Basmalah in chapter 9 silences critics who consider these physical facts a mere ‘coincidence’ as opposed to what it really is: a divinely-intended design.

FACT 6. The ‘missing’ Basmalah in chapter 9 is compensated for precisely 19 chapters later [27:30], where it occurs the second time.

19 chapters between 9:0 and 27:30 = 9 [1] > 10 [2] > 11 [3] > 12 [4] > 13 [5] > 14 [6] > 15 [7] > 16 [8] > 17 [9] > 18 [10] > 19 [11] > 20 [12] > 21 [13] > 22 [14] > 23 [15] > 24 [16] > 25 [17] > 26 [18] > 27 [19]

FACT 7. Between the same two points [9:0 and 27:30], the sum of chapters [9+10…+27] equals 342 or 19 x 18. Though this is a mathematical property; we learn that this is in parallel with the number of words between these two Basmalah’s, which also equals 342 or 19 x 18.

FACT 8. The first ever revealed words [96:1-5] are exactly 19 words.

FACT 10. The first chapter to be revealed [96] has 19 verses.

FACT 11. The first chapter to be revealed [96] has 285 or 19 x 15 letters.

FACT 12. The first chapter to be revealed [96] is positioned 19th atop from the Quran.

114 [1] > 113 [2] > 112 [3] > 111 [4] > 110 [5] > 109 [6] > 108 [7] > 107 [8] > 106 [9] > 105 [10] > 104 [11] > 103 [12] > 102 [13] > 101 [14] > 100 [15] > 99 [16] > 98 [17] > 97 [18] > 96 [19]

FACT 13. The last-revealed chapter [110], a very short one, consists of 19 words.

Last-revealed chapter chapter (text):

إذا جاء  نصر الله والفتح

ورأيت الناس يدخلون فى دين الله أفواجا

فسبح بحمد ربك واستغفره إنه كان توابا

FACT 14. The last-revealed chapter [110] contains 19 letters in its first verse (110:1).

First verse (text):

إذا جاء نصر الله والفتح

FACT 15. The Quran mentions 30 different unique numbers.  The sum of these numbers equals 162,146 or 19 x 8534.

*The 30 unique numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 19, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 99, 100, 200, 300, 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, 50,000, 100,000. Their sum equals 162,146 (19 x 8534). Also note that when adding including all their repetitions, the total occurrences become 285 (19x15).

FACT 16. In addition to whole numbers, there are 8 fractions mentioned in the Quran [1/10, 1/8, 1/6, 1/5, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3]. Therefore in total the Quran contains 30 + 8 = 38 or 19 x 2 numbers.

FACT 17. The word "Allah" [GOD] occurs 2,698 or 19 x 142 times in the Quran. If we count every verse number where this word occurs, we get 118,123 or 19 x 6217.

*This can be effortlessly verified thanks to Dr. Rashad Khalifa’s incredible work of highlighting the word “GOD” in full caps and bold every time it occurs in his book, Quran: The Final Testament. The total occurrences of the word and the verses where they occur are continuously tallied up on the bottom of every single. Another way to verify this count is simply by looking at traditional counts (simple Google search) which report the exact same count, except up by 1 when including 9:128-129. Skeptics should appreciate that traditionalist sources serve as independent verification: they generally tend to have no interest, let alone awareness of the Code.

FACT 18. The word "wahdahu" [alone], in reference to God [“God ALONE”] in the Quran occurs in 5 verses: (7:70; 39:45; 40:12, 84; 60:4). The sum of the chapters & verses add up to 19 x 19 (361).

*Interestingly, the word “wahdahu” is also referred to the Quran (i.e, “Quran alone”) in 17:46. Many translators have, due to conflicting interests, violated basic grammar rules and assumed the “alone” must refer to God. Besides the obvious linguistic error, God brilliantly exposes this crime as it destroys the mathematical coding of all 5 occurrences of “God alone” having a perfect chapter-verse sum of 19x19. This is no longer true if 17:46 is included.

FACT 19. Two chapters in the Quran [42 and 50] are prefixed with the letter Q (ق). This letter occurs 57 or 19 x 3 times in both chapters.

 

Surprisingly, both chapters contain the same number (57 Q's) despite chapter 50 being more than twice as long.

 

Also, both occurrences [57 + 57] add up to 114, the number of chapters in the Quran. Interestingly, 'Q' stands for Quran (50:1). The Quran is also described as "Majeed" (مجيد) or "glorious" in 50:1 (and many other verses). The gematrical value of "Majeed" is 57 [19x3].

 

Note that the people who disbelieved in Lot are consistently called "Qawm", except in Chapter "Q" (Ch. 50); they are called "Ikhwaan". This clearly effects the count of the letter "Q". 

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