Volume 2 No. 1, March 1994

Editor: Ali R. Fazely, Ph.D.
Associate Editors: Saied Andalib and Milan Sulc
P.O. Box 80333
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808

God Made us One Year Old

Letter from the editor:

One year has passed and God is in full control. When I started Journal of Submission a year ago, I only had 10 names as subscribers. This number has grown to 56 by Godís grace, today. Looking back at the year gone by, the amount of knowledge we have gained with Godís help through the Quran has been astounding. We started with primes and twin primes and their indices and ventured into composites and their indices and particular composites which we called twin primeís companions. This mathematics as it was emphasized in this journal is not understood by humans as of today. It is not only that every letter in the Quran is numerically composed, but the mathematics with which this composition is written as of yet remains a mystery to humans. We also emphasized that all you need to understand this mathematics is to be able to count and that is accessible to everyone. Such is Godís system.

We had a successful meeting in Vancouver, B.C. where the mathematics of the Quran we have called the Ultimate Mathematics was introduced to more than 150 people most of whom have never heard of the mathematical structure of the Quran. In this meeting, we all witnessed a new analytic relation between twin primes and their positional indices [1].

Last Ramadan, we all witnessed the base-independent number system of the Quranís numerical structure. Base eight showed us that although, it is not transparent from a number which base it is written in, the key Quranic numbers such as 19, 76, 114, 152, 337, 352, 431, 521, etcÖ transform in a way to preserve Quranic facts [2].

We always had a reference system in our journal. We tried not to copy Quranic verses in the text of our articles. A few reasons was given in the last issue of this journal [3]. Most important of them all, God has kept us immune from the criticism of why we are using a particular translation of the Quran. We can not teach the Quran to people, God is the teacher of the Quran. The main message of the Quran is to WORSHIP GOD ALONE. We are not to call upon anyone besides God nor to associate anyone or anything with Him. If this message is missed by a person, Quran becomes a mysterious and a very hard book to read even if it was written in the personís mother tongue [4].

Journal of Submission, by Godís help has not and will not have a logo and does not subscribe to one. God and God ALONE is sufficient for us. We have an immense responsibility, and advocating God Alone in the corner stone of our task. We can never emphasize this message enough. If we slip, we have failed and will be responsible to God. This is a heavy message [5], we run into a great deal of opposition, but we should never give up and continue inviting people to God.

It is the policy of Journal of Submission that all human-made mistakes must be corrected in the following month issue [6]. If the error happens to be very urgent to correct, we by Godís help will issue an erratum immediately after the discovery of the error.

We are looking forward to another successful year, God Willing.

Mathematicians are Stumped

With the advent of the Quranic importance of the "octal" base number system during the past Ramada [2] by Godís grace, we have noted that a few awesome mathematical relations between key Quranic numbers independent of a numerical base system. This is another response to a group who make the comments that the decimal number system was not invented at the time of the revelation of the Quran. As though God was not aware of the decimal system!!

Let us focus on two numbers 114 (6x19) and 152 (8x19). Let us assume that somebody comments that it is not transparent, by looking at these numbers if they are written in base ten, eight or six. This is a valid comment and the burden of the proof is on us to show that no matter what base, these numbers are revealing key information about the Quran. Let us assume the following assumptions. We make these assumptions since coefficients of 19 are 6 and 8:

  1. Assume both 114 and 152 are written in base 6, then in base 10 we have 46 and 68.
  2. Furthermore,

    46 + 68 = 114

    We also know that 46 and 68 by themselves have important ? Quranic implications [7].

  3. Assume that 114 is in base 6 and 152 is in base 8, then in base 10 we have 46 and 106, respectively. Note that:
  4. 46 + 106 =152

  5. Let us assume that both are in base 8, then in base 10 we have 76 and 106, respectively. Note that :

76 = 106 =182

182 is a very important number. It is the index of prime number 1091. 1091 is the gematrical value of the word Ramadan, the month that Quran was revealed. Furthermore, 1091 is the number of word "God" in the initialed suras. If we add 1091 to its index 182 we get 1273 (19x67). We know that 19 is the index of prime number 67. We also know that 67 is the number of times the word "Salat" has been mentioned in the Quran. A very important role of 1273 is to keep the number of the word "God" in check, up to the end of chapter 9. Let us praise God. What other excuses can people bring in order to dismiss the Quran?

Number Seventy

Number seventy is the 27th number in the Quran and it is the 19th integer mentioned in the Quran. This number has interesting mathematical properties. It is mentioned three times in the Quran namely; 7:155, 9:80, and 69:32. We know that every letter in the Quran is controlled by God through mathematics, because He has counted the number of all things [8]. With this fact in mind let us look at the spelling of the word Ďseventy" in these chapters. This word is spelled ____________( saba`een) in chapters 7 and 9 with a gematrical value of 192. In chapter 69 this word is spelled ______________(saba`oon) with a gematrical value of 188. It is noteworthy that both spelling are valid for number seventy in Arabic. We immediately note that 188 + 192 = 380 (19x20). We also note that if we add the sura number 7 and 69 we get 76 (19x4), and if we concatenate 9 and 69 we get 969 (19x51). Note also that 19 + 51 =70 and 19 + 4 = 23. We just mentioned that 70 is the 19th integer and the 27th number in the Quran. Well guess what, 19 written in octal is 23 and 23 in decimal is 27 in octal. Number 8 is mentioned only five times in the Quran and in chapters 69 number 8 is mentioned twice and on of them is the only place where it is mentioned without a descriptor [9].

If we look at 76 we find that it is 4x19. Now if we concatenate 4 and 19 we get 419 which is a prime number and it is the 81st prime number. It also happens to be the sum of a prime and its index and that index is 70. The prime is 349 = 70 = 419. Let us direct all praises to God for his blessings.

Quran, the Statute Book,

The Miracle Continues

We reported last month, as well as before that [10] the Quran is sometimes called Furqan or the statute book. Let us repeat what we know already. We already know that the gematrical value of the word Quran is 352 and the gematrical value of Furqan is 431. We also know that 431 is the 83rd prime and that the 83rd composite is 114, and therefore, Furqan and Quran are related in this way. However, God is truly omnipotent. The gematrical value of the word Quran, 352 is the 281st composite and 281 is the 19th twin prime. If we write 281 in octal, it is 431 which is Furqan.

There is more!! In Base 10 the gematrical value of the word Quran is 352. There is only one other number base system such that the sum of the values of the bases add up to 19 and that is the base 9 number system. This means "base 10 + base 9" = 19. Well it just happened that 352 written in base 9 is 431 and that is the Statute Book! Let us praise God.


[1] Journal of Submission, Vol. 1, No. 9, November 1993

[2] Journal of Submission, Vol. 1, No. 11.5, January-February 1993

[3] Journal of Submission, Vol. 1, No. 12, February 1993

[4] Quran, 41:44

[5] Quran, 73:5

[6] Journal of Submission, Vol. 1, No. 5, July 1993

[7] Journal of Submission, Vol. 1, No. 4, June 1993

[8] Quran, 72:28

[9] Quran, 69:17

[10] Journal of Submission, Vol. 1, No. 11.5, January-February 1993 and

Journal of Submission, Vol. 1, No. 4, June 1993


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