IN THE NAME OF GOD MOST GRACIOUS MOST MERCIFUL

JOURNAL OF SUBMISSION
Volume 1 No. 2, April 1993

Editor: Ali R. Fazely, Ph.D.

Associate Editors: Saied Andalib and Milan Sulc

P. O. Box 80333

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808

Introduction

Ramadan, the month of fasting just passed. We know that, it is incumbent upon all submitters except for the ill and the traveler  to observe this month and fast from dawn to sunset.  God informs us that the Quran was revealed to prophet Mohammad in the lunar month of Ramadan. God also informs us that Quran was revealed in the Night of Destiny  The importance of Ramadan becomes even more evident when we note that God, the author of the Quran mentions Ramadan by name in his final testament  If you search the entire Quran, you note that no other lunar month has ever been mentioned, explicitly. In this issue, we will see, with the help of God's mathematical code of Ultimate Mathematics that the Quran was revealed on the 27th of the 9th month to his final prophet, Mohammad.

We revealed it in the Night of Destiny (97:1)

Do you know what the Night of Destiny is? (97:2)

If you look at the index of Quran under the word Ramadan, you note that it is mentioned in 2:185. Let us analyze this number and appreciate God's infinite wisdom. Note that the number 2185 is a multiple of 19. More accurately if we factor it into its prime components we obtain:

2185 = 19 x 5 x 23

If we add these factors up we obtain;

19+5+23=47.

If you look at chapter 47 you can verify for yourself that it is called Mohammad. Therefore, Quran was revealed in the month of Ramadan to Prophet Mohammad. Looking at the indices of these three prime factors, we see that they are 3, 8 and 9. Only one permutation of these three digits are divisible by 19 and that is 893. It is;

893 = 19 x 47.

Again, the number 47 corresponds to chapter 47. If you look at 89:3 you will find the verse "By the even and by the odd"  In verse, 89:2 God takes an oath by the ten nights. Now it becomes clearer that this is referring to the last ten nights of Ramadan .

Let us look at that the gematrical value of the word Ramadan. It is;

200 + 40 + 800 + 1 + 50 = 1091.

This is a prime number. More precisely it is the 182nd prime. If we add this prime and its index we get;

1091 + 182 = 1273 and,

1273 = 19 x 67.

Not only is 67 the 19th prime number, but it is also the number of times the word Salat has been mentioned in the Quran, signifying the relation between acts of worship such as Salat and fasting. More importantly, 1273 is the number of times the word COD has been mentioned up to the end of chapter 9. We know that Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar. These are truly an amazing grace from God that we are witnessing such intricate mathematical relations in the Quran. Furthermore, Milan Sulc also counted the frequency of word God in the initialed chapters, it is 1091, the same as the gematrical value of Ramadan.

How do we know that the revelation occurred on the 27th of Ramadan? Milan looked at chapter 47 and noticed that it has 38 verses. He then concatenated 47 and 38 to get 4738. If we factor out this number into its prime components, we get;

4738 = 2 x 23 x 103. The indices of these primes are 1, 9, and 27.

This is where we get the 27.

Milan Sulc was blessed to note that not only the Quran's mathematical structure is based on primes and their indices but also on "composites" and their indices. Let us explain what a "composite" number is. In mathematics there are three types of numbers. Unity or one, primes, and composites. Therefore, a composite is a neither one or a prime. It means that it is divisible by a number other than 1 and itself. How do we find the index of a composite? It is directly related to the indices of primes. Look at the following equation;

I (composite) = N - I (prime) - 1.

In the above equation "I" refers to the index and "N" refers to the composite number itself. This means if we wish to find the index of composite number 30, we should find the prime just before 30, look up its index and subtract it from 30 and then subtract 1 from the result. The prime just before 30 is 29 and the index of 29 is 10. We therefore get;

I (30) = 30 – 10 - 1 = 19.

Thank God, this sheds a lot more light on the number 30 and the miracle associated with it which was discussed in last month's issue of this journal . It tells us that 30 is the 19th composite. Milan also noted that another reason for the mathematical intricacy of 83 is that 114, the number chapters in the Quran; is the 83rd composite.

Now, let us look at primes and composites in a table.

 Table 1.  Primes and their indices and composite and their indices Index Prime Index Composite 1 2 1 4 2 3 2 6 3 5 3 8 4 7 4 9 5 11 5 10 6 13 6 12 7 17 7 14 8 19 8 15 9 23 9 16 10 29 10 18 11 31 11 2O 12 37 12 21 13 41 13 22 14 43 14 24 15 **** 47 15 25 16 53 16 26 17 59 17 27 18 61 18 28 19 &&& 67 19 30 .. .. .. .. 25 !!!!!! 97 25 38 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 67 #### 331 67 92

Note that we stopped at index 67. If you look up the gematrical value of the word Mohammad, you find out that it is 92 which is the 67th composite. You also note that the 67 is the 19th prime number. Saied Andalib in reviewing the above table noted that the sum of 67th prime and the 67th composite is:

331 + 92 = 423

Note that the gematrical value of the word Mohammad is 92 = 4 x 23. Furthermore, 423 = 9 x 47. Chapter 47 of the Quran entitled Mohammad has the word God mentioned 27 times, corresponding to the 27th of Ramadan, which is the 9th  month. Moreover;

47 + 67 = 114.

Another sign from God through Ultimate Mathematics.

Chapter 97 in the Quran is called Destiny. 97 is the 25th prime. Look at Table 1, you see that 25 is the 15th composite and 15 is the index of 47. You also note that the 25th composite is 38 and Chapter 47 has 38 verses. Absolutely, a mind boggling mathematical relation Remember that there are no known mathematical operations linking these numbers. Therefore, let us praise God, creator of all things.

[I]  Quran 2:184, 185

 Quran, chapter 97.

 Quran, 2:185.

 Submitters Perspective, August 1991.

 Quran, the Final Testament, English translation, by Rashad Khalifa, p. 593.

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