
Whoever Allah
wishes to guide, He opens his heart to Islam.
(AlQur'an, 6:125)

Mathematical Miracles
of the Qur'an
Words repeated in the
Arabic Qura'n
Comparison Table of
Repeated Words
Mathematical Code of the
Qura'n
Summary of
Miraculous Code
Words repeated in the Arabic Qura'n
An eminent Islamic scholar, Dr.Tarig Al Swaidan discovered some
verses in the Holy Qur`an that mention one thing is equal to another, i.e.
men are equal to women. Although this makes sense grammatically, the
astonishing fact is that the number of times the word man appears in the
Qur'an is 24 and number of times the word woman appears is also 24,
therefore not only is this phrase correct in the grammatical sense but
also true mathematically, i.e. 24 = 24. Upon further analysis of various
verses, he discovered that this is consistent throughout the whole Qur'an,
where it says one thing is equal to another.
Furthermore, Mr. Adnan Oktar (pen name: Harun Yahya)  a prominent Turkish
intellectual and author of many Islamic books, pointed out some more
statistics in various categories. His contributions may be read in Urdu
here. Harun Yahya's Islamic books can be
download free of charge in MS Word or PDF format.
Read the astonishing result of the words
mentioned number of times in Qur'an:
(Arranged Alphabetically)
Left
Words comparing to Right Words 
Aakhirat
(Life after this world) 
115 
Dunia (one name for life)

115 
Benefit (Profit) 
50 
Corrupt (Loss) 
50 
Deeds 
108 
Reward 
108 
Eblees (King of devils)

11 
Seek refuge from Eblees 
11 
Gold 
8 
Easy life 
8 
Hardship 
114 
Patience 
114 
Humanity 
65 
Stages of Human Birth 
65 
Life 
145 
Death 
145 
Love 
83 
Faithfulness 
83 
Magic 
60 
Fitnah (Dissuasion, Misleading) 
60 
Malaika (Angels)

88 
Shayateen (Satan) 
88 
Man 
24 
Woman 
24 
Mind 
49 
Noor (Light)

49 
Muhammed 
4 
Sharee'ah (Muhammad's teachings) 
4 
Museebah (Calamity)

75 
Thanks 
75 
Muslimeen 
41 
Jihad 
41 
People 
50 
Messengers 
50 
People who are mislead 
17 
Dead people 
17 
Speaking publicly 
18 
Publicising 
18 
Spending (Sadaqah)

73 
Satisfaction 
73 
Tongue 
25 
Sermon 
25 
Tree 
26 
Plant 
26 
Winter 
5 
Summer 
5 
Zakat
(Muslim Tax pay to the poors) 
32 
Barakah (Increasing of wealth) 
32 
And amazingly have a look how many times
the following words appear:
Sea 32,
Land 13
Sea + land = 32+13= 45
Sea = 32/45*100=71.11111111%
Land = 13/45*100 = 28.88888889%
Sea + land =100.00%
Modern science has recently proven that the water covers 71.111% of the
earth, while the land covers 28.889%.
Salat: 
5 
Month: 
12 
Day
(singular) 
365 
Day
(plural) 
30 
Sky 
7

Mathematical Code of the Qura'n
19 is
the "Prime Number" of the Quran.
There
is a highly sophisticated mathematical
code embedded in the Qura'n, revealed to Muhammad of Arabia early in the
seventh century as "The Final Testament". Computer decoding of this document
(Qura'n) was
originally started by Dr. Rashad Khalifa, a biochemist, in 1969. In 1974,
this study unveiled an complex mathematical pattern based on a prime
number. Please note that one does not need to know Arabic, the original
language of the Quran, to examine most of the evidences presented below. For
some of them one may only need to recognize the 28 letters of the Arabic
alphabet and be able to count until 19.
Dr.
Rashad Khalifa introduces this supernatural message as follows:
"The
Quran is characterized by a unique phenomenon never found in any human
authored book. Every element of the Quran is mathematically composed  the
chapters, the verses, the words, the number of certain letters, the number
of words from the same root, the number and variety of divine names, the
unique spelling of certain words, and many other elements of the Quran
besides its content."
Before
the discovery of the 19based system, we were aware of a symmetrical
mathematical wonder in the Quran. For example:

The
word "month" (shahr) occurs 12 times.

The
word "day" (yawm) occurs 365 times.

The
word "days" (eyyam, yawmeyn) occurs 30 times.

The
words "satan" (shaytan) & "angel" (malak), each occur 88 times.

The
words "this world" (dunya) and "hereafter" (akhirah), each occur 115
times.
Summary of Miraculous Code:

The
first verse, i.e., the opening statement "Bismillahirrahmanirrahim",
shortly "Basmalah," consists of 19 Arabic letters.

The
first word of Basmalah, Ism (name), without contraction, occurs in the
Quran 19 times or 19x1.

The
second word of Basmalah, Allah (God) occurs 2698 times, or 19x142.

The
third word of Basmalah, Rahman (Gracious) occurs 57 times, or 19x3.

The
fourth word of Basmalah, Rahim (Merciful) occurs 114 times, or 19x6.

The
multiplication factors of the words of the Basmalah (1+142+3+6) add up to
152 or 19x8.

The
Quran consists of 114 chapters, which is 19x6.

The
total number of verses in the Quran including all unnumbered Basmalahs is
6346, or 19x334. If you add the digits of that number, 6+3+4+6 equals to 19.

The
Basmalah occurs 114 times, (despite its conspicuous absence from chapter
9, it occurs twice in chapter 27) and 114 is 19x6.

From
the missing Basmalah of chapter 9 to the extra Basmalah of chapter 27,
there are precisely 19 chapters.

The
occurrence of the extra Basmalah is in 27:30. The number of the chapter
and the verse add up to 27+30=57, or 19x3.

A study on the gematrical values of about 120 attributes of God which are
mentioned in the Quran, shows that only four attributes have gematrical
values which are multiples of 19. These are "Wahid" (One), "Zul Fadl al
Azim" (Possessor of Infinite Grace), "Majid" (Glorous), "Jaami" (Summoner).
Their gematrical value are 19 , 2698, 57, and 114 respectively, which are
all divisible by 19 and correspond exactly to the frequencies of
occurrence of the Basmalah's four words.

The total numbers of verses where the word "Allah" (God) occurs, add up
to 118123, and is 19x6217.

The total occurrences of the word Allah (God) in all the verses whose
numbers are multiples of 19 is 133, or 19x7.

The key commandment: "You shall devote your worship to God alone" (in
Arabic "Wahdahu") occurs in 7:70; 39:45; 40:12,84; and 60:4. The total of
these numbers (7+70+39+45+40+12+84+60+4) adds up to 361, or 19x19.

The Quran is characterized by a unique phenomenon that is not found in
any other book: 29 chapters are prefixed with "Quranic Initials" which
remained mysterious for 1406 years. With the discovery of the code 19, we
realized their major role in the Quran's mathematical structure. The
initials occur in their respective chapters in multiples of 19. For
example, Chapter 19 has five letters in its beginning, K.H.Y.A'.SS., and
the total occurrence of these letters in this chapter is 798, or 19x42.

To witness the details of the miracle of these initials, a short chapter
which begins with one initial, letter "Q", will be a good example. The
frequency of "Q" in chapter 50 is 57, or 19x3. The letter "Q" occurs in
the other Qinitialed chapter, i.e., chapter 42, exactly the same number
of times, 57. The total occurrence of the letter "Q" in the two
Qinitialed chapters is 114, which equals the number of chapters in the Quran. The description of the Quran as "Majid" (Glorious) is correlated
with the frequency of occurrence of the letter "Q" in each of the
Qinitialed chapters. The word "Majid" has a gematrical value of 57.
Chapter 42 consists of 53 verses, and 42+53 is 95, or 19x5. Chapter 50
consists of 45 verses, and 50+45 is 95, or 19x5.

The Quran mentions 30 different cardinal numbers: 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, 50000, & 100000. The sum of these numbers is 162146,
which equals 19x8534.

In addition to 30 cardinal numbers, the Quran contains 8 fractions:
1/10, 1/8, 1/6, 1/5, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3. Thus, the Quran contains 38
(19x2) different numbers. The total of fractions is approximately 2.

If we write down the number of each verse in the Quran, one next to the
other, preceded by the number of verses in each chapter, the resulting
long number consists of 12692 digits (19x668). Additionally, the huge
number itself is also a multiple of 19.
Medicine of Qura'an

