Seven and Nineteen in The Qur’an: First Post
Bismillah Irrahhaman Irrahheem.
In the name of God, The Most Gracious The Most Merciful.
As-salaam walaykam warrahhmat Allah wabarakatoo, “May the peace, blessings and mercy of God be upon you.”
There is a mathematical structure to The Qur’an that is miraculous and superhuman, which was designed by God to serve as physical proof of The Qur’an’s authenticity. I’ll God – willing post some more information about it later. But right now, I’ll give you some basics.
The Qur’an is based upon the numbers 7 and 19. Most of the research you may find out there about The Qur’an will only mention it is based upon 19, because not many people have noticed the involvement of the number 7. The major work on The Qur’an’s mathematical code was done by the late Doctor Rashad Khalifa, (I’ll God-willing also talk more about him later). But I want to show that The Qur’an is based upon 7 and 19.
I’ll post more on this too, later, God-willing when God gives me more time. But you’ll notice that The Qur’an says that while Hell will have 7 gates, it will have 19 angels guarding those gate. This is just the first example. Here are some more:
The Qur’an says in seven verses in seven surahs, (Qur’an chapters), that God created seven heavens, (heavens as in both seven skies and seven universes – I’ll God-willing ellaborate more on that later).
The Qur’an says God has created seven Earths.
There were the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus, mentioned in The Qur’an as an important sign concerning the End of the World.