Amazing Numeral Facts About Al Nas (The Mankind) Chapter
Amazing Numeral Facts About Al Nas (The Mankind) Chapter
Say, “I take refuge with The Lord of mankind, The King of mankind, The God of mankind.….
The numeral miracle is the most important element in the science of miracle at this recent age, there are four amazing numeral facts in Al Nas Chapter which is the last chapter in the Quran:
This chapter is important for being at the end of the Quran which Allah has sealed His book with. Are there any numeral secrets behind this chapter which the Prophet (PBUH) talked about as: (O Ibn Abbas shall I tell you the best thing a person could seek refugee with? yes, O Messenger of Allah. He said, the Prophet said: “Say, “I take refuge with The Lord of the Daybreak, (Literally: the Splitting “of the day” and “Say, “I take refuge with The Lord of mankind”. [Authentic Chain]
It was narrated about Uqbah Bin Amer who said: I was leading the Prophet (PBUH)’s she-camel at one travel when he said to me: O Uqbah, shall I teach you the best two chapters? “Say, “I take refuge with The Lord of the Daybreak, (Literally: the Splitting “of the day” and “Say, “I take refuge with The Lord of mankind”. [Authentic Chain]
Al Nas Chapter and number seven
We are going to see some charming numeral miracles in this noble chapter to understand its greatness, but first let’s write and contemplate this chapter carefully:
Say, “I take refuge with The Lord of mankind, The King of mankind, The God of mankind. From the evil of the constantly slinking whisperer, Who whispers in the breasts of mankind, Of the jinn (creatures) and mankind.” [Al-Nas 1-6].
The miracle is in number seven which is an essential number in the Quran (seven skies, seven earths, seven days of the week, seven levels of atom, circling…), also Muslims throw the devil seven times with seven stones at each time; 7 * 7 = 49, and we will see this number clearly in this chapter which we recite to seek refuge with Allah from the devil.
This chapter consists of letters, and at studying the repetition of each letter (how many times each letter is repeated) we will find that the letters of (Alnas) word are repeated mostly … Glorified be Allah!
In the Arabic chapter the Arabic letter Alif (A) is repeated 18 times, Lam (L) is repeated 12 times, Non (N) repeated 9 times and Seen (S) repeated 10 times… the amazing thing is that the number of all these letters (word Alnas the name of this chapter) together is:
18+12+9+10= 49 = 7 * 7 Glorified be Allah!
Now we realize the importance of number 49 and why we throw the devil with these stones. This chapter was revealed to seek refuge with Allah from the devil (the constantly slinking whisperer), and it was revealed all together and the letters of (Alnas) is repeated 49 times as well as the number of stones we should throw the devil with are 49 … is that just coincidence? Let’s see the next fact.
As we said Alnas chapter has been revealed in order to seek refuge with Allah from the devil, hence it is the last chapter in the Quran. If we look back to the first chapter in the Quran which is Al Fatihah, we will find a strange numeral relationship. When Alnas is revealed to seek refuge with Allah from the devil, Al Fatihah is revealed to tell us who is Almighty Allah! It begins with In the Name of Allah and then mentioning mercy attributes sense Allah is the possessor of the Day of Doom, and it teaches us how to praise, ask and beseech for help from Allah.
Let’s Wright Al Fatihah chapter as mentioned in the English translation of the Quran: (In The Name of Allah, The All-Merciful, The Ever-Merciful. Praise be to Allah, The Lord of the worlds. The All-Merciful, The Ever-Merciful. You only do we worship, and You only do we beseech for help. Guide us in the straight Path. against whom You are angered, and not (that of) the erring. (Al Fatihah: 1-7).
The astonishing thing that when we count the letters of the word (Allah) in Al Fatihah, they are completely 49 letters; 7 * 7!! The Arabic letter Alif (A) is repeated 22 times, Lam (L) is repeated 22 times and Haa (H) repeated 5 times, where the total is:
22+22+5=49=7*7 Glorified be Allah!
This is like a sign from Almighty Allah to prove that He revealed this Holy chapter.
This miracle is concerning the letters, so what about words and can we find any numeral miracle in the both chapters? (Al Fatihah) the first chapter in the Quran has 29 words, while (Alnas) the last chapter in the Quran has 20 words; the surprise is in the words total:
29+20=49=7*7 Glorified be Allah!
Mind, that the verse (In the Name of Allah) is a verse included in Al Fatihah chapter, but not a verse in Alnas, therefore it is counted in Al Fatihah rather than Alnas… if not, the accounting will be wrong, please notice the accuracy of this Holy book in the sense that if just a verse is dropped or added, this wonderful numeral structure will be damaged!
Now, let’s do this sensible comparison: is there any significant behind the first chapter in the Quran when it is talking about Allah, and the number of (Allah) letters is 7*7 times? Moreover the last chapter in the Quran (Alnas) the number of (AL Nas) letters is 7*7 times? What is the meaning of beginning the message with (In the Name of Allah…) and end with (Al Nas “mankind”)? It means that Allah wants to send a hidden sign:
This Quran is a message from Allah … into … mankind …
Thus, He started the message with a chapter (Al Fatihah where He talks about Himself) and repeated the letters of (Allah) 49 times … while sealed this message with a chapter (Al Nas where He teaches people how to seek refugee from the devil) and the letters of (AL Nas) is repeated 49 times … is this a mere coincidence, or a prove of the authenticity of His message to the whole mankind?!
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