IN THE NAME OF GOD MOST GRACIOUS N0ST MERCIFUL
JOURNAL OF SUBMISSION
Volume 1 No. l, March 1993
Editor: Ali R. Fazcly, Ph.D.
Associate Editors: Saied Andalib
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Introduction
For some
time, myself, Mr. Andalib and Mr. Sulc,
by God's infinite grace have come across new Quramc
mathematical discoveries based on prime numbers and their indices. I
have called this Quramc miracle, "ULTIMATE MATHEMATICS". The
people in
Surely, we have revealed this scripture and surely
we will preserve it, (15:9)
A group theoretical mathematical
code based on the "prime" number 19 renders the Quran a unique work
of literature never seen in humans' history. This mathematical code involves
operations ranging from simple addition (subtraction) and multiplication
(division) to sophisticated relations between specific primes and their indices
which is beyond our knowledge number theory today. The
opening statement which I started this volume with is the foundation upon which
this awesome mathematical group has been built.
The mathematical relations which
I am presenting here are based on the prime number 19 and how one is able to
generate specific crucial numbers in the Quran from this number. Furthermore,
the Quran teaches us new mathematics about numbers which was unknown before.
The number 30 is a very
important number in the Quran. It can be partitioned into 11 and 19 in which 11
is the 19th number in the Quran. Very important verses in the Quran are labeled
30, like 74:30 "ON IT IS NINETEEN" and 27:30, where the missing Basmallah of chapter 9 is compensated. It is known
mathematically that 30 is the largest number where all
its smaller relative primes are primes themselves. Note that two numbers are
said to be relative primes if they do not possess a common denominator, for example,
3 and 4 are relative primes. What I present below is the mathematics that the
Quran teaches us based on the number 19.
In the
following table 1 have tabulated all of relative primes to 30 up to 83 with the
property that if we add 30 to each of them the sum is also a prime. I
have stopped at 83 for several reasons. We know that number 30 is the 23rd
number in the Quran and the index of prime number 83 is 23. Furthermore, if we
add 83 and 30 we get 113 which is the 30th prime number. Note also that chapter
113 has 23 Arabic words. Also, there is an awesome relation between 42 and 113
[2] and we know that chapter 42 is the 23rd initialed chapter in the Quran. As
the reader notes there are 19 such relative primes.
Table 1 

Table of relative primes to 30 

COUNT 
RELATIVE PRIME + 30 = PRIME 
1 
7 +30=37 
2 
11 + 30=41 
3 
13 + 30 = 43 
4 
17 +30=47 
5 
23 + 30 = 53 
6 
29 + 30 = 59 
7 
31 +30=61 
8 
37 + 30 = 67 
9 
41 +30=71 
10 
43 + 30 = 73 
11 
49 + 30 = 79 
12 
53 + 30 = 83 
13 
59 + 30 = 89 
14 
67 + 30 = 97 
15 
71 + 30 = 101 
16 
73 + 30 = 103 
17 
77 + 30 = 107 
18 
79 + 30 = 109 
19 
83 +30=113 
Note that only 17 of these 19 relative primes are primes. The two nonprimes
are 49 and 77. After adding 30 to each relative prime in the right column of
the above table, we have 36 primes. Remember that I stopped at 83. Chapter 36
is the 19th initialed chapter in the Quran and it has 83 verses. On the other
hand, Chapter 83 in the Quran has 36 verses.
In Summary, we see that God, the creator of all things has coded the
Quran with mathematical relations, yet to be discovered or understood by
mankind. This is why chapters are numbered the way they are and possess certain
number of verses. No wonder God calls the mathematical miracle of the Quran,
one of the greatest miracles. Therefore, let us praise God, creator of all
things.
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[1] Quran 2:151
[2] A. R. Fazely, Submitters Perspective, August 1991
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