IN
THE NAME OF GOD MOST
GRACIOUS MOST MERCIFUL
JOURNAL
OF SUBMISSION
Volume 1 No. 5, July 1993
Editor: Ali R. Fazely, Ph.D.
Associate Editors: Saied Andalib
and
God's infinite grace showers the
true believers again by revealing a set of Quranic numbers related through
His "Ultimate Mathematics". A set of numbers which
have important mathematical properties and were overlooked before.
However, we know that God does everything [1], and He decides when the best
time is for humans to be exposed to new knowledge. Let us look at number 30
for example. We know a lot about the mathematical properties of this number.
We know that 30 is a composite, it is the 19th composite, all its smaller
relative primes are primes themselves and a lot more.
[2]. However, a very unique
property of 30 is that it is between a twin prime namely 29 and 31. Therefore,
we can assign the same index as the twin primes to these very special composites.
Let us call a number belonging to this set of composites a "Twin Prime's
Companion" or TPC for short. Since we do not know whether there are an
infinite number of twin primes, we naturally do not know if there are an infinite
number of TPC's. You note that the circle is complete
now and symmetry is fulfilled. We have primes and twin primes and composites
and TPC's. The first 19 TPC's are tabulated in Table 1.
Table 1. The first 19 TPC's


Index

TPC


Index

TPC

1

4

17

240


2

6

18

270


3

12

19

282


4

18


5

30


6

42


7

60


8

72


9

102


10

108


11

138


12

150


13

180


14

192


15

198


16

228

822
In the light of this new
revelation, let us look at the sum of the initialed sura
numbers. We know that this number is 822 and some of its mathematical
properties were reported earlier [3]. This is also a TPC, it is between 821 and
823 and its index is 32. All its permutation are TPC's. This means that 228 and 282 are both TPC's. We know that 228 is 19 x 12
but what we did not know before is that 282 is the 19th TPC. Let us praise God.
Now we have three indices, 32, 19 and 16,
and if we add them up we get 67 which is the 19th prime!
42
Number 42 is yet another TPC.
From Table 1 you note that it is the 6th TPC. We also know that 42 is the 28th
composite. Note that 6 and 28 are the first two perfect numbers in mathematics.
As you know, sura 42 in the Quran is the only sura that the first two verses are Quranic initials. This sura is the only H.M. initialed chapter where the frequency
of occurrences of H's + M's is a prime number. We witnessed a great miracle
through this number which is 353 [4,5]. We know that
353 is the 71st prime and 42 + 71 = 113 is the coefficient of the 19 for the
total number of H's + M's in the 7, H.M. initialed suras
which is 2147. Let us study 2147 and 113 a bit further, both these numbers tell
us that Mohammad was the final Prophet. If you look at the Quran sura 21 is called the Prophets and sura
47 is called Mohammad. On the other hand 92 is the gematrical value of the
word Mohammad and if you add it to 21 you get 113. Let us praise God.
4271 is a twin prime and it is
the 114th twin prime. We, therefore, expect a TPC which is 4272. Note that 42 +
72 = 114 and 4272 is the 114th TPC. 72 is also a TPC
and it is the 8th TPC. Remember that 42 is the 28th composite and both suras 71 and 72 have 28 verses. Let us explore the 114th
TPC, 4272. We know that the number of Ains
+ Seens + Qafs in sura 42 is" 209 = 11 x 19. Please read chapter
72 and you will find that words from the root word "rashada"
has been used 4 times and we see the connection to 42 and 11/I 9 which is Rashad's birthday. In the last verse of sura
72 God tells us that "He has counted the number of all things".
Furthermore, 1230 which is the gematrical value of Rashad
Khalifa is again a TPC and it happens to be 42nd TPC.
Let us Glorify God.
Assalat alwusta
We have seen and witnessed that
God has truly counted the number of all things. We as a group of
witnesses
have greater responsibility to obey the word of God, the Quran to the last
letter. One thing that has been noted in the Quran is choices of names. For
example, when God says the Dawn Prayer, He does not mean “Morning" and
when He says A'sha Prayer, He means that and He does
not mean "Sunset and A'sha" together.
Therefore when God says the Middle Prayer, He does not mean the "A'sr Prayer". Our Creator wants us to make contact
with Him in the afternoon but we must know and have it in our heart that we are
performing the "Middle Prayer" as it is called by God. This has been
mentioned in 2:238. This verse says that we shall observe all contact prayers
especially the middle prayer and devote our worship to God alone. Note here
that we make contact with our Creator through 17 units daily. 2 + 238 = 240 and
240 is the 17th TPC.
Ultimate Mathematics
God has presented the miracle
of the Quran in mathematics of primes, twin primes, composites, TPC's and their indices well beyond our (jinns and humans) knowledge. This Quranic, truth, without
hesitation is the ULTIMATE MATHEMATICS. God has truly blessed us and is
teaching us mathematics that no one else knows in our world.
We have known for a few years that sura 9 has 127 verses. What is demonstrated below is that every single digit, namely 1, 2, 7 and 9 are designed by divine knowledge. Let us look at the permutation of these four numbers. We obtain 24, fourdigit numbers. Tabulated below are these 24 numbers in increasing order:
Group Element 
Numbers 
1 
1279 
2 
1297 
3 
1729 
4 
1792 
5 
1927 
6 
1972 
7 
2179 
8 
2197 
9 
2719 
10 
2791 
11 
2917 
12 
2971 
13 
7129 
14 
7192 
15 
7219 
16 
7291 
17 
7912 
18 
7921 
19 
9127 
20 
9172 
21 
9217 
22 
9271 
23 
9712 
24 
9721 
One notes
that element number 19 is 9127. Furthermore, 9127 is a prime number and its
index is 1131, while 11 is the index of the prime number 31. There are 11 prime
numbers in the above table. I tabulate all these 11 prime numbers and their
respective group element in the following table:
Group Element 
Numbers 
1 
1279 
2 
1297 
7 
2179 
9 
2719 
10 
2791 
11 
2917 
12 
2971 
13 
7129 
15 
7219 
19 
9127 
24 
9721 
As was stated there are 11
primes. In this table there are 5 twin primes and 5 is the index of prime
number 11. If you add the group elements in the above table you get:
1 + 2 + 7 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13+ 15 + 19 + 24 = 123
123 is exactly the number of
verses in sura 11. We know that 11 is the 19th number
in the Quran. Glory be to God. Note that this group
actually predicts its own first 4 primes. Look at the above
table.
The first number is 1279 and the first four primes are group elements number 1,
2, 7 and 9.
Allaho
Akbar. A computer search was performed [6] up to the
first 100,000 numbers to look for a permutation group with such a property.
This is the only one so far. Let us praise God. We know that the Quran was
revealed to prophet Mohammad. The index of the
composite 123 is 92 and 92 is the gematrical value of the word Mohammad. This
mathematically tells us that God's final prophet received only 127 verses for sura 9.
In this small group, we find
two "EMIRP”s. EMIRP's
are rare primes that if written backwards are also primes. These two EMIRP's are "9127, 7219" and "1279, 9721 . Let us look at the indices of these primes. The index of 9127
is 1131 and the index of 7219 is 923. We know that 11 is
the index of 31 and 9 is the index of 23, thus signifying the fact that sura 9 has 127 verses. If we count from
923 to 1131, inclusively we 209 = 11 x 19. Praise be
to God. Also, I would like the reader to read 72:19 in the Quran. This verse
says: "When God's servant advocated Him alone, almost all of them banded
together to oppose him." If you add 7219 and 9127 you get 16346. You note
that the last four digits of this number is the number of verses in the Quran.
The indices of the other two primes are 207 and 1199. If we add these two
numbers we get 1406 = 19 x 74 and 74 is the sura
number where number 19 is mentioned in the Quran. Glory be
to God. Adding the two primes together we get 11000, corresponding to the 11
prime numbers.) Note also that, 207 = 9 x 23 and if we count from 207 to 1199
we get 993 = 3 x 331.
Number 3 and 331 are very
important primes. The index of 3 is 2 and the index of 331 is 67 which are the
first and the 19th primes, respectively. Furthermore, the 267th prime number is
1709 which is the sum of gematrical values of the Quranic initials. Praise be to God.
In the June issue of the
Journal of Submission there was an error on my part. The 8th perfect number has
19 digits but the sum of the digits add up to 73 and
not 75 as it was reported.
[I] Quran,
[2] Journal of Submission, Vol.
1, No. 1, March 1993.
[3] Journal of Submission, Vol.
1, No. 3, May 1993.
[4] Submitters Perspective,
A.R. Fazely, August 1991.
[5] Submitters Perspective, M. Sulc, November 1992.
[6] Jan Pernica,
Ph.D., private communication.
[7] Quantum, Michael H. Brill
and Michael Stueben, p. 18, January/February 1993.