[68:1] NuN, the pen, and what they (the people) write.
We all know that Quran has twenty nine chapters that are prefixed with fourteen different sets of Quranic initials. One of these initialed chapters is chapter 68. The initial used in this chapter is the letter "N," or "noon" in Arabic. In almost all of the available Quran prints (mushafs) all over the world, this initial is written as a single letter "N" to prefix verse number one of chapter 68 as an initial.
It is an Arabic language fact that the Arabic root of this letter is exactly how it spells out: Noon Waw Noon. With the unveiling of the mathematical miracle of the Quran, Dr. Rashad Khalifa , Messenger of the Covenant, confirmed to us that this unique initial must be written by its Arabic, three-letter, root just as it is spelled out : NUN, or Noon Waw Noon in Arabic. This spelling/way of writing makes the total occurrence of this initial in this chapter 133=19x7, a pattern/phenomenon that is followed consistently for each single initial throughout the 29 initialed chapters of the Quran.
The following findings were just recently discovered to further validate the writing of this initial with three Arabic letters, in its Arabic root format, (as it is spelled out as Noon waw Noon) which in return confirm the 19-based mathematical phenomenon of the 29 initialed chapters of the Quran. These mathematical findings are a continuation of the perpetual effect of the miracle. They are additional stamps of the authenticity and the divinity of every single shape, letter and word of the Quran:
The only location where the letter "N" is also written in its Arabic, three-letter, root format as it is spelled out (Noon waw Noon) is in 21:87. This by itself provides us with another assurance from God that this letter when written by itself in the Quran must be written in its three-letter, root format.
Jonah [21:87] And Zan-Noon (Jonah, "the one with an `N' in his name"), abandoned his mission in protest, thinking that we could not control him. He ended up imploring from the darkness (of the big fish's belly): "There is no god other than You. Be You glorified. I have committed a gross sin."
The gematrical value of the three letters "Noon waw Noon" is 50+6+50=106 and as previously noted, the only two locations in the Quran where this unique spelling of the letter "N" occurs is in 21:87 and 68:1
Sura 68:1 consists of 18 letters,with a gematrical value of 695 and Sura 21:87 consists of 79 letters, with a gematrical value of 9784.
By adding all the above digits (chapter number, verse number, number of letters and the gematrical value for each verse), the total adds up to 106 which is again the gematrical value of Noon waw Noon: This is a confirmation that both Ns in both verses must be written in the three-letter, Arabic, root format as Noon waw Noon.
By not writing the proper name of Jonah or Yonis in 21:87, God almighty has raised for us a flag to get our attention and further study this matter of the initial "noon," or Noon waw Noon." Instead of "Jonah", God used Zan-Noon spelled as "Noon waw Noon" which is one of the letters that compose the name [And Zan-Noon (Jonah, "the one with an `N' in his name").] We know by now that this was significantly meant to be as every single shape, letter and word in this Quran is perfectly measured and calculated (83:20, 83:9.) Now we have additional physical evidence to prove that writing "Zan-Noon" instead of Junah or Yonis was to teach us and confirm for us the proper writing of the initial NuN in chapter 68.
- The unique spelling of NUN occurs in Sura 68 and 21, and there is 17 occurrences of the letter N in both verses ( considering the fact that we must write "N", when by itself, in its unique spelling as Noon Waw Noon.) If we add all these three numbers we get: 68 + 21 + 17 = 106, which is the gematrical value of Noon waw Noon.
NUN is spelled gematrically like this: 50 6 50 (where N = 50, and Waw= 6) . This occurs twice in both chapters 68 and 21. If we put chapter 68 next to 50, 6, 50 which are the gematrical values of Noon waw Noon, next to chapter 21 next to the same set of gematrical values of Noon waw Noon, we get:
68 50650 21 50650 = 19x 3605605376350.
- If we come to write out NUN gematrically and also place both sura numbers and verse numbers we get: 50650 681 2187 = 19 x 26658253273.0000.
- If we put 68:1 first, then the gematrical value of NUN then we place 21:87, we get: 681 50650 2187 = 19 x 35868763273.0000.
In 68:1 there are 3 N's. These three N's have a gematrical value of 150. In 87:21 there are 14 N's. These N's have a gematrical value of 700. If we add 681 and 2187 to the GV of the Ns in each verse, we get:
681 + 150 = 831 8721 + 700 = 2887
Then, let's add 831 + 2887 = 3718.... and 3 + 7 + 1 + 8 = 19.
The total of sequential value of Noon Waw Noon based on the old table of Arabic Alphabet (abgdhws table in appendix one) is 14+6+14=34. This sequential value occurs two times in two chapters in the whole Quran : 2x34=68 which is the number of the chapter starting with this unique initial, Noon Waw Noon. Praise be to God alone, Lord of the universe.
For the longest time, the rejectors of the message and the messenger have been challenging the mathematical miracle of the Quran. One big argument that has been always on the table is the claim that Dr. Rashad Khalifa changed the writing of the letter "NUN" in the initialed Sura, Al-Qalam, chapter 68, to just come up with a divisible total of the letter "N" in that chapter (133.) Now we have the mathematical evidence to prove, beyond doubt, that the initial "N" in chapter 68 must be written as "Noon Waw Noon" and that indeed, there is 133 Ns in this chapter , 19x7, which is conforming with pattern of all the other 28 initialed chapters of the Quran.
At the end , we must remind you all of not getting so impressed by the unique mathematical facts to the extent of losing the focus on the significance/value behind these findings. The significance behind all these mathematical findings is to augment our faith in every single word of the Quran as the only divine and valid source of law and guidance. Glory be to God alone.
[2:118] Those who possess no knowledge say, "If only GOD could speak to us, or some miracle could come to us!" Others before them have uttered similar utterances; their minds are similar. We do manifest the miracles for those who have attained certainty.
The Quran's Common Denominator
[74:30] Over it is nineteen.
[74:31] We appointed angels to be guardians of Hell, and we assigned their number (19) (1) to disturb the disbelievers, (2) to convince the Christians and Jews (that this is a divine scripture), (3) to strengthen the faith of the faithful, (4) to remove all traces of doubt from the hearts of Christians, Jews, as well as the believers, and (5) to expose those who harbor doubt in their hearts, and the disbelievers; they will say, "What did GOD mean by this allegory?" GOD thus sends astray whomever He wills, and guides whomever He wills. None knows the soldiers of your Lord except He. This is a reminder for the people. [74:32] Absolutely, (I swear) by the moon.
[74:33] And the night as it passes.
[74:34] And the morning as it shines.
One of the Great Miracles [74:35] This is one of the great miracles.
[74:36] A warning to the human race.
[74:37] For those among you who wish to advance, or regress.