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Stefan Makowski

World formula


The universal code has been discovered With a foreword by Gerd Gerken The quantum leap of knowledge

Text for the 4th cover page All major world religions guarded the same numerical key to the universe as their greatest treasure. He was known to the Mayans and Aztecs, the Hindus and Buddhists, the Jews and Christians. Their confidentiality practice has continued to this day. For the first time in history, this creative code is revealed. It is a mathematical matrix that governs all life and death. It defines chaos as well as chance and also the structure of nature. The spirit as well as the structure of matter depend on it in the same way. She directs chemistry and physics and can also be found in the works of art. Its most perfect “magic” and its most detailed application example can be found in the Koran. The numerical cosmology of this text leads the reader straight to the mathematical beginning of the world. Anyone who has read this book will understand the blueprint of this world for the first time. “A wonderful book.” Gerd Gerken “A detective work related to religious studies that is really explosive. A material that is an international bestseller. ”Dr. Peter Plichta

© Stefan Makowski, Institute for Sufi Research and Sufi Funding Raschbach 2, A- 4861 Aurach, Austria

To my beloved prophet Mohammed

“My greatest wish before I die is that God, in His goodness, may give me a mystical vision. So that I can share firsthand the knowledge that was witnessed by the seers of the past. ”Prof. Dr. Abdus Salam, quantum physicist, Nobel laureate in physics

I would like to thank everyone who shared their knowledge of the number 19 with other people or who wrote it down. I would also like to thank all of those people who have contributed to the creation of this book. I would especially like to mention Sam Khalifa from Tuscon, Arizona, son of the discoverer of the number 19 in the Quran, Dr. Rashad Khalifa, for his generous support of this book by providing his father's writings and unpublished documents. I would also like to thank Dr. Dariush Maani from Vienna for the preparation and compilation of information about the number 19 among the Baha'i. I would like to thank Mr. Jürgen Krempler for his cooperation in obtaining rare books and articles about the number 19. I thank Mr. Wolfgang Kersten for sending me Kabbalistic material concerning the number 19. My thanks also go to Mr. Fredy Bollag from Basel for making the text of his book “Allah and the Number 66” available to me before it was published. I would like to thank Ms. Nasra Hassan from Vienna for letting me read the book “Egyptian Sacred Science in Islam”, to which I owe valuable suggestions. I would also like to thank Mr. Mohammed Hanel from Linz for letting me see his correspondence with Ahmed Deedat from Durban, South Africa, which concerns the number 19 in the Koran, and for letting me read the text “The Holy Quran / The Eternal Miracle” which he published. I would like to thank Mr. Ernst Skreletta from Vienna for sending me some articles about the 19-tone tuning in music. My special thanks go to Dr. Peter Plichta for his private tuition lasting several days, to bring me closer to the meaning of the number 19 from a mathematical and scientific point of view. I would also like to thank my loved ones at home, who had to be patient not only with my writing of this pamphlet, but above all with my weeks of preoccupation with Pascal's triangle. Above all, however, I would like to thank Mr. Walter Smoly for the endless willingness to have repeatedly converted the results of my research into clear and understandable graphics. Without his help, both arduous and intelligent, this book would not have come about. Last but not least, I would like to express my thanks to my Lord and Creator, who gave me permission to recognize and publish some of the secrets of his creation that have to do with the number 19.

CONTENTS Chapter 1

Prime number pictures - numbers from the unconscious ............................................ .................................................. .............

Chapter 2

The 19 code in the Koran ............................................. .................................................. .................................................

Chapter 3

How dangerous is 19? .................................................. .................................................. ...........................................

Chapter 4

Two other heralds of the 19 Bab, Baha'ullah and the Bahais ..................................... .........................................

Chapter 5

The secret number tables ............................................... .................................................. ............................................

Chapter 6

Chaos also loves the 19 ............................................ .................................................. .............................................

Chapter 7

The 19 in the natural sciences ............................................. .................................................. .................................

Chapter 8

The 19 code of chemistry ............................................. .................................................. ..............................................

Chapter 9

What does the moon have to do with 19? .................................................. .................................................. .................... 1

Chapter 10

Cell division as a life process - here, too, 19 is in charge ........................................ ............................................. 1

Chapter 11

The number of numbers in mathematics ............................................ .................................................. ........................... 1

Chapter 12

The Holy Quran and Pascal's Triangle ........................................... .................................................. ............ 1

Chapter 13

In search of the world formula ............................................ .................................................. ............................. 1

Chapter 14

The element of life .............................................. ................................................. Error ! Bookmark not definable

Chapter 15

An ideal relationship ............................................... .................................................. .................................................. 1

Chapter 16

And the person? .............................................. .................................................. .................................................. ........ 1

Chapter 17

The "Periodic Table" in the Koran ............................................ .................................................. .................................. 1

Chapter 18

The big bang of mathematics .............................................. .................................................. ....................................... 1

Chapter 19

The secret of nature - insight into the construction of prime numbers ......................................... ............................................... 1

Chapter 20

The "bet for the existence of God" .......................................... .................................................. ............................... 1

Chapter 21

On the history of the number 19 ............................................. ............................................ Error! Bookmark not definable

Chapter 22

The magic of the light of life .............................................. ............................................ Error! Bookmark not definable

Chapter 23

Variations of the natural constants ............................................... ................................... Error! Bookmark not definable

Chapter 24

Off to the stars! .................................................. .................................................. .. Error! Bookmark not definable

Chapter 25

Whether micro- or macrocosm ............................................. ....................................... Error! Bookmark not definable

Chapter 26

The periodic table and the number 255 ............................................ ............................ Error! Bookmark not definable

Chapter 27

The golden Pascal drop .............................................. .................................... Error! Bookmark not definable

Chapter 28

Superhuman number combinations ................................................ .................... Error! Bookmark not definable

The Numbers of Chance are Not Random Towards Prime Number Shamanism

by Gerd Gerken The English astronomer Arthur Stanley Eddington once said that "the universe is made entirely of mathematics". In doing so, he has basically put a euphoric form of resignation into words. After all, after doing research for around a thousand years, and after physicists have made so many groundbreaking discoveries, we still don't know why there is no such thing as “solid matter”. We haven't found her until today. As physicists say, there are small towers of waves where we can somehow perceive a few side effects, but we cannot see the innermost core of the world despite the permanent improvement in our perceptual abilities. Whenever we think we have captured the ultimate essence of reality, reality laughs at us. The only thing that we have now recognized through modern physics is the fact that the spirit of nature consists in mirroring us. So there has to be a space in which our investigative behavior takes place, although we do not see this space. Although we do not see this space, it affects us. No matter what we do as discoverers and those who know, it is always knowing itself that holds everything together. The search for reality and the centuries-long search for “solid matter” give us an inkling today that the code that programs our life is the code of introspection. From this point of view, the question arises: “How can we improve our observation so that we can observe our introspection?” Of course, this will never work in a perfect and final form, because it is due to the infinite regress, i.e. the play of the puppet in the doll in the doll, remembered. But if we still want to see the spirit of nature, then that will mean that we program our culture so that it shapes our mind in such a way that it can see the "great spirit" a little. So that's what it's going to be about. The shaping of the mind into a competence by means of which it can see the mind. Seeing the mind is the discovery of what is undiscoverable. So it is not the discovery of the ultimate world, but the discovery of the infinite irritation in observing this world. The following Taoist sentence tries to describe this: The mind already exists before the mind. So it is he who forms himself through life. Since life is also spirit, something is formed that is not something: that is why we humans are involved. We play the nothing that is everything to us. Mathematics is probably the best game to describe that delicious joke, which is that the world we are discovering is not exactly what we are discovering. The ultimate reality is always there where the next space of potentiality is waiting for us. It is not predictable because it is always the observation of its calculation. Still, I believe that a large part of the ways our culture is inventing to shape the mind so that it can see mind will have to do with mathematics. Yes, I even believe that we are on the way to developing a western form of prime number shamanism. In this wonderful book by Stefan Makowski you will read on the page [missing] under the heading "Prime number pictures - numbers from the unconscious", like two twins who only have an intelligence quotient of 60 points, without any effort the mathematical structures of the Being able to see potential. You can do it like that

of course see how we can breathe naturally. So there has to be a mathematical charm in nature that nature uses so that we can discover its potentiality, i.e. what is called the space of the next possibilities in physics. From this point of view, mathematics could mean a kind of flirting, as if nature wanted to lure us into potentiality; because, quite obviously, mathematical glamor seems best suited to this flirting and courtship. But quite obviously, the more scientific and intellectual our culture became, the more normal people have forgotten to see this mathematical brilliance, this brilliance that is nothing more than the calling communication of the space behind the room. The two autistic people can still (or again?) See this room, this room that consists of mathematics and numbers. Johannes Kepler was also able to recognize and analyze it. For him, mathematical harmony was the archetype of a spirit that in principle is undetectable. Kepler pointed out that our “ideas” of spirit are embodied by “the archetypes of a geometrical nature”. In “De Stella Nova” he writes: “Geometry is the archetype of the beautiful in the world.” He describes the mathematics of the regular figures that appear behind the normal façade of life and the world as the “world-forming relationships” and he emphasizes at the same time that nature loves these relationships and that these mathematical relationships are naturally also embedded in the human mind. That means: Whatever evolution man creates ... the mathematics of "world harmony" has always guided and guided him, whether he is aware of it or not. In our recent times, George Spencer-Brown has also pointed out that we are called to form a mind that is able to choose between what he calls the "holocosm" and what he calls "merocosm", to convey. According to Spencer-Brown, the holocosm is the principally invisible space that rests behind the real spaces of life as potentiality, yes, that permanently surrounds us as potentiality, with which we therefore play without knowing the game. The Merocosmos, on the other hand, is the real space, or what we call "everyday space" due to our cultural influences. As Spencer-Brown writes, our culture seems slowly to be able to perform a kind of "squint". We look at the merocosm, i.e. at everyday life, by looking through the holocosm. We have evidently further developed our brain through our own cultural evolution to such an extent that we are able to look at reality at least through a layer of potentiality. It can also be expressed like this: We slowly understand that we can understand our spirit as ideality, i.e. as a desirability that guides us into the space of potentiality which is unlimited for us. That means we are able to perceive reality (merocosm) through the experience of the holocosm (potentiality). But that's exactly what shamanism is, what else? Carlos Castaneda writes in his many books on shamanism that “the squint between tonal and nagual” is the real secret. And the teacher of Castaneda, don Juan, also describes it in exactly the same word that Spencer-Brown chose ... "the cross-eyed". Shamanism is about inventing the mind that is able to make a journey through the holocosmos (that is what is called nagual in shamanism) before the mind perceives the merocosmos (that is what is called the tonal in shamanistic teaching). From this point of view it is clear that the modern human mind is in the process of training something new. He trains entering the space of potentiality (i.e. holocosmos / nagual) so that he can enchant his everyday life (merocosmos / tonal).

Like Stefan Makowski and Peter Plichta, Spencer-Brown is deeply convinced that the holocosmos, that is, the vast and principally undetectable space of potentiality, can best be imagined through mathematics. He writes: “The ancients were well aware of the divinity of mathematics. The material and mathematical world are different orders of being. Yet we can still see how closely they belong together, complement each other and give each other meaning. ”That, too, is a deeply shamanic view.Only that the shamans do not work with mathematics, but with parallel worlds and invented spirit beings. That is, they discover the holocosm more childlike and more naively than we do today. Since Pythagoras and Kepler we have discovered the holocosmos and the mathematical charm that seems to be its own. So we follow the enticements of potentiality by accepting its enticements. The shamans, although having the same goal, operate a little differently. They follow the temptations of potentiality by making their own inventions into the play of the holocosm. We modern humans work with the fairy tales of mathematics. The old shamans worked with the fairy tales of spirits. That seems like a difference on the face of it, but I don't think it is. We just have a different focus from the belief system here. If one believes in mathematics, one recognizes that the alluring perfume of potentiality is mathematics in the sense of the Keplerian world harmony. If one believes in the theater of spirits in parallel worlds, one discovers precisely this theater in potentiality. What I mean by that is simply the following: It is presumably the essence of the spirit that with every attempt to be discovered by spirit (Mind) it reflects the discovering spirit. And from this point of view, western science is basically practicing a shamanic initiation through mathematics. This is also what Spencer-Brown is referring to when he says that the mathematics of the holocosm is a kind of "incantation ritual" that we perform. The shaman works differently than the scientist. He opens the holocosm by playing with symbols. Ultimately, however, they are all just symbols. Mathematics is just as much a symbol as e.g. the shamanic power animal that the shaman uses. The modern mathematician is just as much a magician as the shaman. In this context, the discovery of Peter Plichta regarding the prime number is interesting. Spencer-Brown also suspected that the prime number might be an important key in order to be able to sail into the space of potentiality (holocosm). And if it is true that we are developing a new, modern shamanism, which is geared towards realizing the perception of the world (Merocosmos) through the focus of potentiality (Holocosmos), then it was high time that a courageous mathematician and researcher how Peter Plichta found the key to the holocosm. And that key obviously seems prime. As Stefan Makowski writes on page (missing), “the prime numbers are windows to another world. And this other world is not the world we live in, it is the world we live through. "That means that the prime number for us modern people who, as Spencer-Brown writes, in a" huge and very powerful magical Spell ”, namely under the spell of scientific knowledge, the invention that works as a magic so that we can enter the space of potentiality (holocosm). The prime number is the invention that uses the charm of potentiality to unveil potentiality. What I'm getting at is this: Whether shamanism or modern mathematics. The process behind it is ultimately identical. We obviously seek to qualify our life in the world by shaping the world through which we live. We want to improve reality through invented extra-reality. We want to build paradise by shaping the space in which reality takes place. We want to become masters of the nagual so that we can lead the tonal to paradise.

The nagual, what can be called holocosm or prime space or potentiality (which all seem to be the same) ... this nagual is the plan that lets us invent. From this point of view it becomes clear why we need a “new offensive” today with regard to spirit and mind. Since we can never experience the holocosm in its real reality, we will be forced to form a mind (through the establishment of an additional neural circuit) that enables us to travel better than before into the holocosm. We will not be able to fathom it scientifically and finally fix it, but we can shape the mind that makes us better travelers in the holocosmos. What we have to establish for this is a circuit for the journey into the holocosm. Our culture is powerful in establishing this very circuit. Much of the ecstasy trends and trance movements of the last few decades indicate that with the beginning of the student revolt and the hippie ideology in the 1960s, we began to merge virtuality and trance. Our culture has ostensibly become more fashionable, flatter and more technocratic. But behind this facade she has become more shamanistic than ever. Since pop culture, drugs, trance and electronics have been combined more and more with one another, the new idea of ​​a self that can do without an ego has emerged. Indeed, one can even formulate that the modern self is a “virtual self”, as Francisco J. Varela, the well-known neuro-researcher, does. Accordingly, the self is the mind program that the ego can permanently dissolve. The shamanistic circuit that we are now establishing in this form is a circuit that consciously overcomes the boundaries of the ego, because entry into the holocosm, i.e. entry into the infinite space of potentiality, is only possible if ego and reality have become a dogma of belief that consists of virtuality, i.e. simulation. That is why there is now the trend towards virtuality, that is why there are dreams of a cyber culture, that is why there is the trance philosophy that has been developing in our western culture for decades. A virtual self is formed that is supposed to enable us to control the journeys into the prime number space. But not only our selves become virtual, but also our actions become more and more virtual, the more we introduce computer animation and chip simulation into normal everyday life. Now what is the virtual self? And what does “virtual trading” mean? The virtual self is a self that does not know itself. According to a Taoist metaphor, the virtual self can perhaps be described as follows: The self that does not know itself is the self that knows everything. The self that is generated and never cope with it is like an I that no longer really knows any thing. This is how the identity arises for that which is never identical: Then the ego receives the goal of free space. And virtual action, that is what was conceptually established in Vaihinger's book “The Philosophy of As-if” at the beginning of this century, follows the following Taoist metaphor: The things you do are the nonsense you do. If you are able to love them without meaning because you love to make them nonsense, then you do these things as if you are not doing them while you are actually doing them: then action gets the energy of free time . So what we are currently developing in the West is the ability of our mind and thus also the ability of our identity (i.e. our self-concept) to undertake mental journeys into free space and into the energy of free time. This is exactly the electronic shamanism that is being announced so vehemently through computers, virtuality and cyber, and which will most likely replace literary culture. In a nutshell: We use electronic intelligence to transform ourselves into a magical symbol. The identity of modern man becomes the identity of the wizard in the holocosm.

But what does he do magic with? He'll probably have a lot of wands. But one of them will be the prime number space, as Stefan Makowski and Peter Plichta describe it so extensively and knowledgeably in this book. We recognize more and more clearly what Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz once formulated as follows: “God loves odd numbers.” So if one wants to approach divine space (i.e. the holocosm and potentiality), then one must first of all, the odd numbers make the prime numbers the instrument of his mental journeys. It is not enough just to analyze them academically. It will have to be made into a travel instrument, a magic wand that enables us to enter the nagual. So I am very sure that we will do the same thing that we have already done with music. Since Pythagoras and Kepler we have known that “music is number and law” and that behind it a very abstract proportionality prevails: harmonic mathematics. And yet we all use music as an everyday product. We enjoy music and we build ourselves up in music. But this music is not just acoustics that touch the heart and feelings, this music is the myth of the nagual. Music is a heard myth. So we learned to translate the nagual's number charm into music. What we are still missing now is the second step, i.e. the idea to transfer the power of the prime number space into an active trance. A handy prime trance for everyone. That would be the next shamanic step the West is taking. And from this point of view it is very interesting to see that a lot is actually happening here. For example, a team of therapists is developing an ego-dissolution machine that is based primarily on the mathematical laws of prime numbers. This also includes the worldwide success of the Magic Eye books, which have appeared in all bestseller lists for many months. The West is obviously training the “magical gaze”, that is, the gaze that makes potentiality recognizable. Because we know today that consciousness is the myth of potentiality. The downright hysterical Magic Eye wave (which up to now no one has been able to explain properly) has its origin probably in the fact that western people are suddenly hungry to want to observe the emergence of their consciousness as much as possible. So the observation of the observation. And this magical, soft look is nothing else (especially at the top level of quality, as George Pennington described it in his book "The Tablets of Chatre") than the ability to observe the emergence of consciousness with one's own eyes. So we are already on our way to a prime trance that is likely to become a kind of daydream trance. Perhaps in the next few years and decades the individual trends will combine to form a new and explosive unit, i.e. the dissolution of the ego (= the establishment of the virtual self and virtual action), the magical, soft look, and the daydream trance, (e.g. Cybermedia). We are thus on the way to a prime number shamanism of western style, based on electronics and a new kind of neural circuit, which we develop ourselves, sometimes painfully and laboriously, through breaks, discourses and experiments in our culture. We have more or less secretly decided to use the most powerful spiritual instrument that mankind has ever developed, namely the computer and electronics, at the service of this prime number shamanism. The concept of a self-full-filling society is emerging on the horizon, i.e. a society that creates its reality through the extra-reality that it gives birth to in nothing: everyday life becomes the magic of a world harmony, the codes of which we ourselves are.

Preliminary note by the author There are as many numbers as there are grains of sand - and infinitely more, since infinity cannot be captured by numbers. She lures the numbers to keep chasing her without being able to catch up with her. In any case, quite a few scientists in the world are panting after this competition between infinity and its mathematical definition and in the process construct mathematical formulas that, apart from a confused aesthetic, no longer make any sense. Few geniuses in history, on the other hand, have not allowed themselves to be dissuaded from their belief that the solution to the most complicated relationships in the universe could be of the simplest kind and the easiest to see. Only these geniuses, who can really contribute to the clarification of the human mind, are considered worthy and venerated their works. It is not the place here to go into the innumerable pseudo-findings of today's sciences, some of which have achieved world fame, especially because of their unmanageability and inconsistency. They succeeded in doing this primarily by placing fragmentary knowledge and scientific details at the center of their considerations. Very often they only became famous because they had isolated phenomena under observation that no one can classify as a whole. As soon as one thought of linking these phenomena with other isolated phenomena, the results, because of the incompatibility of method and content, turned into highly complicated ideas that contradicted the truth, which is always simple, more and more. This book wants to take a completely different - simple - path towards a universal vision of unity. However, the approach in this book is no less scientific. It consciously ties in with a bygone epoch of universal knowledge. The main question in this book is whether different external phenomena, for which different humanities and natural sciences are responsible, have common structures? Structures that can be traced back to simple laws beyond the usual scientific hubris. It is therefore devoted to the question of whether spirit and nature, science and religion could have matching mathematical features by means of a previously neglected form of observation? Are there common denominators that could break a future path for an unknown standardized science? Without wanting to anticipate the results of this book, it can already be said that this unified science exists and that the fragments of human knowledge can be put together again. This book can only be a beginning. However, it should not be underestimated, as it is the first time that highly scientific texts dealing with mathematical structures and the structure of mathematics itself are put into a mathematical context that defines them all with the mathematical structures of scriptures, religious ideas and psychological knowledge. What forces these apparently disparate pages of human knowledge and life into a structural, communal context is a single number that is really unique - it is the prime number 19. Despite the many exciting moments, the reader of this book will have to make a certain effort, to follow the bills. We can only comfort him that the amazing context of the world that emerges as you read this book is well worth the effort. The world in which we live with one another and with creation, as well as the spirit from which everything originates, reveal to us, perhaps for the first time, its numerical network. A universalistic one

Code, which the creator of this creation must have used, reveals its first secrets. In the summer of 1995 the author

Book I The programmed book

Chapter 1 Prime Number Pictures - Numbers from the Unconscious

It is the story of Michael and John, two autistic twins, who could help us find possible connections between the human spirit and the laws of nature. In his amusing book “The man who mistook his wife for a hat” 1 the New York neuropsychologist Oliver Sacks described the story of these twins succinctly and illuminatingly. Michael and John had been in mental hospitals continuously since they were six years old because their autism is considered incurable. Although the twins have an IQ of only 60 IQ, they resemble math wizards. Regularly, because of their weak intelligence, they cannot even perform additions, let alone do more complicated calculations. However, they have an almost photographic memory. With this rare form of memory, they can visually store and retrieve every detail of events and all kinds of data. For example, they are able to immediately and without hesitation determine the day of the week of any date in the most distant past or future from their memory without a calendar. They were already famous arithmetic artists who appeared on TV shows when Dr. Sacks first met. The picture that Dr. Sacks designs from them is not very appealing. “They are a grotesque variant of Zwiddeldi and Zwiddeldum, indistinguishable from each other, mirror images, identical in the face, in the body movements, in the personality structure and in their being. Identical in the type and extent of their brain and tissue lesions. They have dwarf-like bodies with alarmingly disproportionate heads and hands, steep palates, arched feet, monotonous, beeping voices, a multitude of strange tics and idiosyncrasies.In addition, a strong progressive nearsightedness, which forces her to wear glasses so thick that her eyes also appear oversized. Which makes them look like absurd little professors who stare and read this way and that with an inappropriate, obsessive and ridiculous concentration. ”During their many stage appearances, the two brothers call out to their audience:“ Ask us about any day of the week in the last or the next forty thousand years! ”And then with absolute certainty they determine the day of the week for that date. One could easily suspect that, despite their poor intelligence, they would have learned some arithmetic trick. But her other arithmetic feats obviously speak against it. Above all, their number memory is quite monstrous. They can casually reproduce three hundred-digit numbers from memory that are only called out to them once. You can also say without hesitation what the weather was like on every single day of your life and what personal events took place on those days. If they give the answer, they appear childlike, obsessed with details and without emotion. There is no concern. You almost act like a computer that lacks its center of life. Some Can See Numbers Without Counting Them All Michael and John's memories begin with an eye roll. It almost seems as if they are looking at an unfamiliar canvas. Of course, this might not have seemed important to the neuropsychologist Sacks if their very first encounter had not been what it was in reality. A real sensation. When they first met, a matchbox accidentally fell off the table and both twins had shouted, “One hundred and eleven!” John muttered the number “thirty-seven” and Michael repeated the same number twice. When Dr. Sacks counted the widely scattered pieces of wood, it was actually a hundred and eleven. “How could you count the pieces of wood so quickly?” He asked them. “They answered him:“ We didn't count them. We saw them! ”“ And why did you mumble thirty-seven? ”

asked Dr. Sacks the two brothers. Then they both said in unison: "Thirty-seven, thirty-seven, thirty-seven, one hundred and eleven." 37 + 37 + 37 = 111. They had broken down the number 111 into three factors or summands, although they could not do the math. Dr. Oliver Sacks was by no means certain about the numerical division of the number 111. Only later, through another encounter, did he begin to understand. He had been able to watch the two twins excitedly calling out six-digit numbers to each other. He wrote down the numbers and found that they were prime numbers. At another encounter during which the same thing happened, the neuropsychologist interfered in their numbers game. Dr. Sacks had taken a table of prime numbers with him. He picked out any eight-digit prime number and threw it around. Without a table, John responded to this game expansion with a nine-digit number. Which also, as it turned out, was prime. After a period of reflection, Michael also interfered with a nine-digit prime number. Dr. Sacks was moving to ten-digit prime numbers now, and the brothers kept up. An hour later, they exchanged twenty-digit prime numbers. Such numbers, however, cannot be found in any table. And you need a high-tech computer to calculate these numbers. How did the two brothers do it? Her secret could shed light on possible connections between man's nature and his spirituality, thought Dr. Sacks. In this context he remembered some mentally damaged musicians who nevertheless created an almost perfect harmony in their compositions. What could be the reason? They must have entered a special state of consciousness, which Richard Wollheim (The Thread of Life, 1984) calls iconic states of consciousness. This form of self-consciousness is far removed from just made and thought self-consciousness. In this state of consciousness no one can compute or devise concepts. Numbers then become ciphers that are messages and messengers. His thoughts were on the same line as Leibniz's. He believed that the pleasure of music rests on unconscious counting. Music is nothing but unconscious arithmetic2. So what, Dr. Sacks, can we tell about the situation the twins and maybe others find themselves in? By which he meant a number of amazing musicians who could memorize long strings of numbers and, similar to Johann Sebastian Bach, composed numerologically. Dr. Oliver Sacks now faced a problem. His two twins did not convert the numbers they saw into beautiful tones. But they too converted them, as he finally noticed. They converted the numbers they saw into their voices in a flash! That was the simple solution to the riddle. Hence, they could answer so immediately. You actually need to see the numbers immediately like a vast nature scene. They share in their spiritual nature, which the normal person does not see, but only experiences in an abstract way. In the words of Dr. Sacks: “If you now ask whether there is at least one analogy to this“ iconocism ”, then I believe you will most likely find it in the minds of certain scientists. Dimitrij Mendeleev, for example, always carried the numbers of the elements with him, written down on cards, until he was so familiar with them that he no longer regarded them as the sum of their properties, but (in his own words) as "familiar faces". From then on he saw the elements iconically, physiognomically, as "faces" that were related to one another, like members of a family, and which, in toto and periodically put together, represented the formal face of the earth. Such a scientific mind is essentially "iconic" and "sees" all of nature as faces and scenes, perhaps also as music. When this inner “vision” merges with the phenomenal, it still retains an integral relationship to the world of matter; and if this process is reversed, from the sphere of the psychic to that of the

Physical, proceeds, the secondary or external work of such a science arises. (“The philosopher seeks to let the overall sound of the world sound within him,” writes Nietzsche, “and to emphasize it in terms of himself.”) I believe that the twins, even if they are feeble-minded, hear the overall sound of the world - but they only hear it in numbers. ”Synthetic perception of numbers Oliver Sacks speaks of a Pyhtagorean sensibility in connection with that abnormal gift of numbers. This seems to be based in particular on prime numbers. They are the windows to another world. And this other world is not the world we live in, it is the world we live through. Oliver Sacks points to a number of well-known examples of famous mathematicians (such as Shyam Marathe, Wim Klein and Parker Bidder) who took numbers as friends. Dr. In the end, Sacks comes to the conclusion that the numbers are perhaps the only friends for the twins that they have met in their isolated, autistic life. The numbers alone have something like a personality for the twins that is lacking in all other things. In any case, the two moronic brothers seem to be a good example of synthetic perception. “They seem to use direct knowledge like angels. You see, very directly, a universe, a sky full of numbers ”. Even if they should use a mathematical modular arithmetic for their arithmetic operations, they will certainly experience a kind of mental-sensory space. Their knowledge must be called integral, even if appearances may lead to the opposite. Their intelligence is just different than usual. Since their unconscious is closest to nature, nature still pervades the spirit in them. Maybe again ...

Chapter 2 The 19 code in the Koran

“See he thought and he weighed! / Destruction on him! How he weighed! / Destruction again upon him! How he weighed! ... That is nothing but magic that is carried on; '/ That is only a human word. / Soon I will throw him into the fire of hell. / And how can you know what the hell fire is? / It spares nothing and leaves nothing. / It scorches the face. / There are nineteen above him. / And we have made angels guardians of the fire only and only. And we do not set their number except to test those who disbelieve, so that those to whom the book was given may be certain, and those who believe may gain faith ... and the believers should not doubt. But those in whose hearts there is disease and the unbelievers (who do not believe in those 19 ??) say, “What does Allah mean by this parable?” So Allah declares who He wills to be astray and leads who He wills correctly . No one knows the hosts of your Lord but He alone. This is only an admonition for man. ”Koran sura 74, verses 19-32

The Prophet in the Desert Somewhere in the middle of the Arabian desert, very close to the trading city of Mecca, a forty-year-old merchant has retired to a nearby mountain cave for contemplation. He had done this several times and had drawn certain inspirations from his stay there. He was seen by everyone who knew him as a man of honor who could be trusted and who was therefore nicknamed Al-Amin, the Trustworthy. We do not know what exactly he did in this cave, except that he used to fast and pray there. The man referred to was the prophet of Islam, Mohammed Al-Mustafa3. The year is 610. The Islamic prophet was forty years old. When he was just twelve years old, a Christian monk by the name of Bahira had predicted that one day he would become a prophet of God similar to Abraham or Moses. Mohammed had been married to Khadijah, a renowned business woman, for fifteen years and ran her business. Now and then he went to that cave near Mecca for meditation and gathering, which the people called Hira. It was now the 27th of Ramadan or the 27th day of the 9th lunar month. Night had fallen when Mohammed received high-profile visitors for the first time in the cloister. Ibn Ishaq, from whom perhaps the most famous biography of Muhammad comes, describes the great event that is looming in this cave and that will change the world: “Every year in the month of Ramadan the Prophet withdrew into solitude to pray and the To feed the poor who came to him. Whenever he returned to Mecca at the end of the month, he would go to the Kaaba first and walk around it seven or more times. Only then did he go home. In that Ramadan in which God wanted to honor him, in that year in which He sent him, Mohammed again moved with his family to Mount Hira to devote himself to prayer in solitude. On that night when God distinguished him with his mission and thus had mercy on the people, Gabriel came to him. When I was asleep, the Prophet later told me, the angel Gabriel came to me with a brocade cloth with something written on it and said, “Read!” “I can't read,” I replied. Then he pressed the cloth over me so that I thought it was my death. Then he let go of me and said again: “Read!” “I can't read,” I replied. And again he choked me with the handkerchief so that I thought I was going to die. And when he released me, he ordered again: “Read!” And for the third time I replied: “I can't read.” When he then almost choked me to death again and ordered me to read again, I asked out of fear, he could do it again: “What should I read?” Then he said: “Read in the name of your Lord, the Creator, who created man out of congealed blood! Read And the most noble is your Lord, He who taught how to use the pen, who taught people what they did not know. ”(Sura 96, 1-5) I repeated the words, and when I had finished he left me. But I woke up and felt as if the words were written in my heart. Then I set out to climb the mountain, but halfway up I heard a voice from heaven:

“Oh Mohammed, you are the Messenger of God and I am Gabriel!” I lifted my head to the sky, and behold, there was Gabriel in the form of a man, and his feet touched the horizon of heaven. And again he said: “Oh Mohammed, you are the Messenger of God, and I am Gabriel!” Without taking a step forwards or backwards, I stopped and looked at him. Then I began to turn my face away from him and let it wander over the horizon, but whichever direction I looked, I always saw him in the same way. With my eyes on him, I paused without moving. Khadijah meanwhile sent her messengers to look for me, but they returned to her unsuccessfully after reaching above Mecca. Eventually the appearance left me and I made my way back to my family. I came to Khadijah, sat by her side and snuggled close to her: “O Abu l-Qasim,” she asked me, “where have you been? By God, I sent my messengers to look for you. They moved up above Mecca, but they came back without you. ”I told her what I had seen. Then she exclaimed: “Rejoice, son of my uncle, and be steadfast! With him in Whose hand my soul lies, verily, I hope you will be the prophet of this people. ”Then she got up, put on her clothes and went to her cousin Waraqa bin Naufal, who had become a Christian, the saints Read scriptures and learned from followers of the Torah and the gospel. She told him about the words of Muhammad, and Waraqa exclaimed, “Holy! Holy! With him in whose hand my soul lies! Verily, Khadijah, if you have told me the truth, the angel Gabriel has verily come to him as he came to Moses, and he is verily the prophet of this people! Tell him to stand firm! ”Khadijah returned to the Prophet and told him the words of Waraqa. When Mohammed came back to Mecca from the seclusion of Mount Hira, he first went to the Kaaba, as always, and walked around it. Waraqa saw him and said: “O son of my brother, tell me what you have seen and heard!” After the prophet had described everything to him, Waraqa cried: “With him in whose hand my soul lies! You are the prophet of this people. The angel Gabriel came to you as he came to Moses. You will be called a liar, insulted, driven away and tried to kill. Verily, when I see that day, I will help God as He knows. ”And he bowed his head and kissed his forehead.4 Mohammed had received his first revelation. He had been covered in sweat currents and had shivered badly and froze. Later Quranic revelations summarize this event in the following words: “We revealed the Quran on the night of power. But how can you know what this night of power really is? The night of power is better than a thousand months. The angels and the Spirit descend in her with the permission of their Lord to carry out His commands. Peace - until dawn! ”5 And in another sura (44, 1-5) it says:“ With the clear script! ... Everything that has to do with wisdom will be decided this night! ”Mohammed himself described this first revelation experience, as well as the others that were to come, as follows: “The revelation comes sometimes like the ringing of a bell, that is the most painful way. When it stops, I have kept what has been said. Sometimes it is an angel who speaks to me like a human and I keep what he says. ”6

What had he been told by Gabriel that might be relevant for a book like this, which deals with a possible world formula, that is, with mathematical relationships? He was not given any figures and no scientific evidence was given in the Hira Cave. So what is it then that a scientifically enlightened person of this time could be fascinated by Muhammad's revelation, even inspired? It is a hidden coding system that underlies all the revelations he received. You have to know that in his time in Arabia and its environs there were no separate numerals. All numbers with which one had to calculate were given in the form of letters, for which one used the Arabic, but also the Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek alphabet. For example, the Arabic A or Alif was written instead of the 1, and the Arabic B or Ba instead of the number 2.This had to do with the fact that the Babylonians and other ancient peoples had already recognized correspondences between the numbers and the letters and had developed regular formulas for relationships between these two primordial elements of human knowledge. Letters were converted into numbers and numbers could be represented in the form of letters. Some even claimed that the numbers and the letters were originally identical in the very foundation of the human soul. In any case, in the epoch of Muhammad the science of converting letters into numbers and numbers into letters, called Ilm al-Jafr in Arabic, was common everywhere. At the time of Revelation, the decimal system used today was still completely unknown in Arabia, the number 0 was only later adopted by the Indians; which is why even the simplest arithmetic was an amazing art. It is therefore all the more remarkable when we learn how highly operational the Qur'anic arithmetic is, which the angel Gabriel brings to the Messenger of God. Everything revolves around the 19 Let us proceed in the order of the revelation of the Koran to the Islamic prophets: • The famous words of the first Koranic revelation (“Read in the name of your Lord and protector ...”) consisted of nineteen Arabic words. This first mathematical fact of his revelation will of course only affect us strangely when we know that the last revelation of the Koran (“An-Nas”, “Man”) also consists of exactly nineteen Arabic words.

Figure 1: The first nineteen words of the Koranic revelation

Figure 2: The last nineteen words of the Koranic revelation

• The second Koranic revelation that Mohammed received consisted of 2 * 19 words, which confirms the coding of the first revelation by the number 19. • In order for the code of Revelation to be clear and visible, the third revelation also obeys the same coding. Since Gabriel had brought 1 ∗ 19 words to the Islamic prophet at their first encounter and 2 ∗ 19 words at their second meeting (as a symbol of their second encounter), it was now obvious to him this time, i.e. the third time, 3 ∗ 19 words to bring. Indeed, it did not happen otherwise than that. The third revelation was fifty-seven or 3 * 19 words. However, anyone who should take up the Holy Quran as we find it compiled today will be amazed to find these three first revelations not at the beginning of the Quran, but elsewhere. He will have to notice in particular that the first revelation was placed not far from the end of the Koran. It is the beginning of the ninety-sixth sura, whereby the whole Quran consists of one hundred and fourteen suras or chapters. Was there a reason for retrospectively moving the original revelation of this scripture into a very specific position? More than twenty years after this revelation - when the Prophet, at the behest of Gabriel, as it is said, determined the order of the Koran chapters and verses during the last two years before his death? There was that reason, and it was obvious. Because whoever counts the suras from the back, i.e. with the last sura, sura

114 begins, and then counts the suras "backwards", soon afterwards you will look around in amazement. The sura that contains the original revelation is the nineteenth sura, calculated backwards. 114 113 112 111 110 109 108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99. 98. 97. 96.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. The parts of the Koran were put together afterwards to know that the beginning of the revelation was subsequently moved somewhere in the middle of the text of the Holy Scriptures? Wasn't that manipulation of God's word? Only if God had commanded him, with good reason, to put the revealed texts of the Koran in a different order from the revealed order for mathematical reasons, in order to give later generations an indication of the universal code of the entire creation of heaven and earth, would Muhammad have justified acted. If all of this scripture is revelation, then its numerical structure should meet the same high standard. This also includes their form, as finally determined by their revelator. In any case, no Muslim doubts it, since God himself proclaimed it. In the Holy Qur'an there are the remarkable words that the verses of the Qur'an have been "immutably compiled". Any argument that favors chance as the ordering principle of God's revelation must therefore be rejected on the part of Islam and all other religions - since God's word cannot be chance. A believer, no matter what religion, God has neither accidentally said anything accidental, nor left his scriptures to other coincidences. The fact that all numbers in the Koran, including the suras and verses, as well as the number and selection of the so-called prefix letters before some Koran chapters, were left to chance, would lower this holy scripture below the level of ordinary writing. Since even the simplest writer usually uses the numbers of his text to set it in a subtle way and for specific purposes. If God, Allah, the all-knowing, all-wise speaker of this text, as the Koran often proclaims, it sounds like blasphemy to hear the word "coincidence" especially from orthodox Muslims with regard to the Koranic number structure. The first revelations are coded by the number 19. Nothing was left to chance by God. Remarkably, the famous first word “Iqra!”, Read !, begins with the first letter of the Arabic alphabet, the Alif or A as a symbol of God7. This is repeated with a total of 95 or 5 * 19 suras: their first letter is A. Only 19 suras of the Koran begin with a different letter.8 During his second visit to Muhammad, Gabriel had brought the first verses of the current sura 68 with him to God's Messenger: " NuN (N). By the pen, and by what they wrote with it. / By the goodness of your Lord, you are neither mad nor obsessed. / There is truly unabridged reward for you / And you are truly of exalted quality. "(68: 2 -5) As in the first revelation, which essentially referred to the Lord and Creator of man, the second revelation again mentions the pen, a term that must undoubtedly have a special meaning within the revelation, since the the whole of sura 68 bears the heading “The Pen”. Of course, the revelation that Mohammed received to his own horror cannot be traced back to any mere arithmetic, let alone a pure numbers game. Too weighty

are the messages that the book received from him contains regardless of numbers. Nor can it be asserted that the text revealed to him was only calculated word for word. The experience of his revelations was far too overwhelming for that. During the moments of revelation his whole spiritual horizon was filled with an immense presence of the numinous, which left no room for details such as mathematical calculations. Like only the Jewish prophets before him, the prophet had met the bids of his God spiritually and spiritually naked. Neither his intellect nor any form of learning could protect him from this onslaught. Hadn't Isaiah screamed “I am lost!” At the sight of God in fear and fear? And hadn't Jeremiah described his experience of God as an agony that filled all his limbs? The transcendence that the prophets of God had to face involuntarily had in these and all similar cases proved to be uncontrollable, but rather to dominate all the senses. Nevertheless, the text of the First Revelation gives food for thought. Why in the world had the angel Gabriel only ordered Mohammed to read something? Strangely enough, other commentators say that Gabriel held out a small silk scarf, adorned with some kind of jewels, from which he was supposed to read something. What did the "jewels" stand for - since you can only read a text or numbers !? But why doesn't he read these numbers or this text? Because the Koran and the tradition clearly show that the prophet does not read the reading material presented to him, but only repeats a sentence recited by Gabriel. But why is that? Why does Mohammed keep silent about what he sees? It cannot be something unseen, since what is readable must always be visible. What Gabriel holds in front of his eyes cannot be an unwritten law and thus something unwritten. Since someone with a pen must have written this down, as the Koran explains. The question is what this writing was, and why did the Prophet avoid revealing these "jewels"? Only in the course of this book and through a better understanding of the Koranic number structure will we be able to give adequate answers to the questions asked. Only when we really know what was on the cloths will we discover and learn to appreciate the reason for the prophet's behavior. In his third revelation, Gabriel brings the following message to the prophet: “O you veiled one! / Get up and spend the night standing in prayer, except for part of the night / - half of the night or reduce the time of prayer a little. / Or add a little time for prayer - and say the Koran thoughtfully and slowly. / Verily, We put a word of great weight upon you. / Verily, the night watch is the best time for self-discipline to attain sincerity in speaking. / You certainly have a long occupation during the day. / God is the Lord of the East and of the West there is no god beside Him; therefore take Him for your protector. / And bear patiently all that they say; and stay away from them in an appropriate manner. ”(73: 2-10) The Arabic word mus-samil (veiled) means, more literally, folded in paper or wrapped in a sheet, which we will only be interested in when we do Dare to ask what sheet or paper in which the Prophet Mohammed might have been wrapped? For the first time the term Quran (Koran), the reading, the recitation or just the spoken appears, although only a few verses have been revealed. The fourth revelation comes, which consists of a total of thirty verses: “O you covered one! / Arise and warn / and glorify your Lord! / And clean your clothes! / And avoid idolatry! / And do not be charitable in expectation of personal gain! / And stand firm for your Lord's sake! / When the trumpet is blown, / the day will be a very difficult one, / and by no means an easy one for the unbelievers. / Leave me alone with him whom I created alone / and whom I own

bestowed in abundance / and sons who have always existed / and which I have given all comforts. / And yet he wishes that I would give him more of it. / No, for he was hostile to Our signs. / I'm going to put terrible hardships on him soon. / Behold, he pondered and weighed! / It was ruin upon him! How badly he weighed! / Destruction on him again! How (badly) he weighed! / Then he looked around, / then he frowned and looked morose, / then he turned away and became haughty / and said: "This is nothing but magic that is passed on. / That is just a human word. “/ Soon I will let him burn in hell (says God) / And how can you know what this hell fire is? / He spares nothing and leaves nothing / and is perceived by people from afar. / (Hell ) is guarded by nineteen. ”(Sura 74, verses 1-30) Above them are nineteen - the great mystery number of the Koran. The thirtieth verse of this revelation holds the surprise in store for friends of the number 19. The words of this verse are, “Above them are nineteen!” What are nineteen about? Or who or what is "dominated or guarded by nineteen," as the verse also translates? The interpretation of this first Quranic number cannot be inferred from the text itself, although it is tempting to draw the conclusion from the following verse that it is about the exact number of those angels guarding the fire of hell. If one analyzes the preceding verses objectively and soberly on the basis of their number structure, one arrives at a different result. The revealed text is dominated by the number 19. If, in addition to the words, we also count the letters of the first revelations, we get this result: • The first revelation at all consisted of 4 * 19 = 76 letters that make up nineteen words. • It was subsequently placed in the nineteenth position of the Koranic suras by an instruction from Muhammad - counting from the back. • The second revelation consisted of 38 or 2 * 19 words. • The third revelation consisted of 57 or 3 * 19 words. • The fourth revelation explicitly brings the number 19 and clearly indicates that 19 is a Koranic code. But that's not all. After Gabriel had brought the verse, “Above them are nineteen” to the prophet, he gives him the remaining verses of the very first sura (sura 96) during the same revelation session. There are fourteen verses that we quote from the Quran edition of the Islamic Library9: “Not at all! Verily, man is wicked because he sees himself in riches / Verily, to your Lord is the homecoming. / Have you seen the one who / denies prayer to our servant? / Have you seen whether he is on the right path / or calls for justice? / Have you seen him who disbelieves and turns from the path of God? / Knows Isn't he that God sees him? / Not at all! If he does not forsake it, we will certainly take hold of his forelock / his lying and sinful lock; / he may then call his fellow conspirators; / disobey him and prostrate yourself close to God. "The first arithmetic operation of the Koran will be demonstrated on the first sura

With these fourteen verses, this part of the fourth revelation completes the five verses revealed so far in this chapter. 14 + 5 results, how can it be otherwise, the renewed proof for the coding with 19. After the number 19 is expressly pronounced for the first and only time in the course of the revelation, an arithmetic example is made around the number 19 immediately afterwards. The first revealed sura is missing fourteen verses to be nineteen. Chapter 96 of the Qur'an is therefore the first fully revealed sura. It consists of nineteen verses, which are composed of 15 * 19 or 285 letters.10 If 19 should ever have been a coincidence, the coincidence has long since been defeated. The deep intention comes to the fore, which gives the number 19 a prominent role in the creation of the Qur'an. “If that is not magic?” The Koran anticipates any objection, and it threatens anyone who believes that the Koran is only a human word with a strict word from God: “I will soon throw it into the fire!” Which “spares nothing and leaves ”. “It scorches the face!” With this, the Qur'an indicates to us that in view of this accumulation of computational accidents, a desperate disbelief must appear on the faces of all non-believers. Your inner skepticism burns your face. The fact is that Allah, who has counted everything in numbers, 11 completes the sura in which he expressly mentions 19 to 3 * 19 or fifty-seven verses. Didn't God say of himself in the Holy Qur'an: “You see no imperfection in the creation of the Most Gracious. Turn your gaze there again! Do you see any cracks or cracks? Then turn your gaze there a second time, and one more time - and your gaze will come back to you, amazed as well as worn down ”(67: 4-5). The first 19 letter verse is revealed. We know from Mohammed how subtle this was. For example, he always went after other people and, whenever possible, never went ahead. He wanted to keep his back free for the angels and always wore whatever clothes he found. The well-known narrator Hurayra was reported to have generally preferred woolen and cotton clothes of green color. Above all, he wore dresses and cloaks or throws that fell long. The loose rear end of his turban hung down a little, while the front part of it covered his face. His gaze was mostly on the floor and turned inward, shameful. Most of the time he was lost in consciousness. Mohammed had neither a bed nor treasures and what he received during the day he distributed before the night. You have to imagine this man with his white turban, whom he called the "cloud", as he received the further knowledge about the number 19. The scent of precious perfumes, which he otherwise only loved like women, hung in the hot air. It is not impossible that he had fasted when the revelation angel moved in his spirit.He must now bring him a verse or sentence that stands above all suras, that is, dominates them, and consists of nineteen letters - because God had announced it to him with the famous verse “Nineteen are above them”. Which Gabriel now did with ease. He revealed to the Prophet the most quoted sentence of the Koran "Bismillah ir-Rachman ir-Rachiem". The logistical magic of numbers in the Koran takes a big leap towards its dramatic climax - the Koranic introductory formula, which consists of nineteen letters: "In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful", "Bismillah irrachman ir-rachiem".

Figure 3: The Quranic introductory formula (Basmallah)

Bismi Allah Al-Rachman Al-Rachiem "In the Name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful"

Immediately after the number 19 has been announced verbatim as text and the first arithmetic operation has been carried out, the most remarkable sentence of the Koran follows at the beginning of the fifth revelation, which consists of nineteen letters and is intended to introduce all but one of the suras of the Koran. This particular verse of the Koran is called the "Basmallah" in Islam. It is a central verse for every Muslim insofar as this must introduce every action and every speaking with this sacred sentence. It is at the beginning of the whole Quran. The South African Achmed Deedat, who wrote a little book about the phenomenon of the number 19 in the Koran with the title “The Holy Koran / The Eternal Miracle”, comments on the appearance of this important 19 formula as follows: “To structure this book, Mohammed have said to themselves: “The first sentence of my book must have nineteen letters. How in the world do you get a sentence of nineteen letters except by trial and error? ”If you were to“ take such a hurdle, you would have to try to start the book with sentences in your mind, try them out. When I myself started my first attempt with the aforementioned specification, my first constructed sentence was: "The fast fox jumped over a lazy dog" - that was the first thing that came to my mind. I counted the letters, there were forty-two. Far too many. What about "honesty is the best cop"? Unfortunately eleven letters too many. What about: "Once upon a time ..." etc. You just have to write the thought down and count the letters. There is no other way, but our author Mohammed hit the bull's eye with the "Jackpot" ... ". “You will have to reckon with the nineteen” here Deedat translates the Koranic sentence from Sura 74. Deedat comes to the bold conclusion that the Prophet Mohammed makes one

Supercomputer would have to have had in order to be able to calculate these and, above all, the huge arithmetic operations of his 19 system, which goes right through the whole Koran, and convert them into letters and words. The word Koran can be translated as a lecture or lecture. The Holy Koran is essentially composed of five components, which we will briefly outline here: • Letters that form words and individual or combined letters without meaning. • Words with meaning and individual words without any known meaning12. • Characters or verses13. • Chapters or forms14. • Breaks and moments of silence. There are two different types of verse in the Holy Quran. Islamic science differentiates the verses of the Koran on the one hand into judgmental and on the other hand into parable-like verses. The Qur'an states this as follows: “There are verses in it full of fundamental meaning: You are the“ mother of the book ”. And others that are allegorical. But nobody understands its hidden meaning. Unless people who understand. ”(The Holy Koran, Chapter 3, Verse 7) This separation of the Koran into allegorical and factual verses results in its special claim. The Holy Qur'an also requires the ability to read facts and pictures, as well as a synthetic and analytical understanding. In this respect, a mathematician or scientist could translate the Arabic terms Sukun (pauses), Huruf (letters), Kalam (words), Ayat (verses) and Surah (chapters) completely differently and still correctly. Since Sukun also means emptiness, Huruf also sign or also delimitations, Kalam cuts, Ayat not only sign, but from its roots also formulas and proofs and Surah literally means forms and images, but also degrees or steps. These terms, however, seem to be taken more from today's communication science and precisely from mathematics and natural science than from ordinary holy scriptures and a book of wisdom. And so it is, because the Koran is not an ordinary holy book, but a mathematically structured book and a dedicated system of numbers and letters, as we will see in detail later. It is not unreasonable to assume that the Koran is an arithmetic book which, if we decipher it, will reveal the complete code and the complete science of nature. But let us return to the question of which of these five basic structures of the Koran have been covered by the 19 so far? At first it was a set of letters and words that had been coded by the number 19. Then the 19 appeared in the form of the word nineteen. Immediately afterwards, the first visible arithmetic operation was carried out to create a form or sura with nineteen verses and these nineteen verses from a total of 15 * 19 letters. Now a sign or verse is formed from nineteen letters. That the number 19 is both a code and a numerical caesura can also be inferred from the fact that after the first nineteen words of Revelation Mohammed receives not a word as the twentieth word, but a single letter, the letter N (Arabic nun). That single letter marks the beginning of the second revelation. He stands there like a foreign body without meaning or meaning. But in the course of this investigation it will prove to be eminently significant. It is as if God were saying through these isolated letters: From now on pay attention to the individual letters! 15 All letters of the Koran are also coded

That makes us wonder whether there might not be a single letter that belongs to the coding with 19? How about that letter that is in the 19th position of the Arabic alphabet - the "Gh" or Ghain. Does this letter appear in the five initial revelations? If so, does his place mark anything special? Those who calculate will find their assumption confirmed. Even if the place where we meet the Ghain for the first time seems inconspicuous. It is the forty-sixth letter of the Second Revelation (Al-Qalam), where the Ghain appears for the first time. In order to be able to calculate possible further mathematical relationships, it now seems inevitable to deal with the type of numerology as it was common at the time of Revelation. We use the so-called "Eastern numerical system" to hand, which was valid at the time of Muhammad in Arabia and which he must have known. At the time, numbers could only be expressed in letters. Table 1: The eastern letter-number system Alif 1 Ya

Ta 10

HHa 9

Be 8

Woof 7

Ha 6






100 ghain 1000

90 ßßa '900

80 DDaad 800

70 dhal 700


Dal 5

Well 60

50 tha


4 Mim 40 TTa



Dschiem 3 Lam 30 Schien 300

Ba 2 Kaf 20 Ra 200

This letter calculation table shows which Arabic letter has which value. This table can be used to calculate the values ​​of the letters of the second revelation (from the revealed letter N or Nun) up to the first occurrence of the nineteenth letter of the Arabic alphabet, the Ghain. The added numerical value of these letters is 2,698.16 Consistently random, planned and ordered, we have arrived at a number that plays a central role in the entire Quran. Because the name of God "Allah" appears 2,698 times in the Holy Koran! 17 Who could still insist that all this is coincidence or also nullity and independent of the content of the text ?! Anyone who still does not want to calculate must be counted among the speculators and dreamers. Anyone who, like many Muslims in the world and especially the Islamic institutions, rejects, even waves them aside, and believes that “this magic of numbers” is absurd or the devil, is actually opposing the divine order of his own Holy Book. Didn't Allah say in His Book: "We have made every thing according to its measure"? And his believers admonished: "But when they really see a sign from Us, they turn away and say:" An eternal magic work "" - nothing more! How incredibly consistently the 19s structure of the Koran has already been pre-exercised up to the end of the fourth revelation, with the fifth revelation, the opening verse of the one hundred and fourteen suras of the Koran, it really starts and you actually needed a nimble computer to get the 19s it contains Carry out coding sensibly. The so-called introductory formula - a Qur'anic arithmetic feat What is it that makes this Qur'anic formula “In the name of God, the Gracious, the Most Merciful” so intoxicating for friends of mathematical accuracy? Besides the fact that this formula is made up of nineteen letters? And besides the fact that it follows the explicit mention of the number 19 in the Koran in the chronological order of revelation?

It is no less than three other mathematical phenomena that make up this religiously and mathematically outstanding verse: its numerical value, the number of its occurrences in the Koran and the number of occurrences of its individual words. The first question that naturally arises to anyone who has followed the mathematical course of Revelation up to this point is how many times does this formula appear throughout the Quran? Since this verse is the introductory verse for the Qur'anic suras, the answer is easy here. Probably the Basmallah will appear one hundred and fourteen or 6 ∗ 19 times in the holy book of the Muslims, since there are 114 or 6 ∗ 19 suras! Code 19 would also apply here, if one of the suras, namely sura 9, did not have such an introductory formula. This sura is called Al-Baraat, which means immunity, acquittal or absolution and can be traced back to the omission of the Basmallah in this sura. So there remain one hundred and thirteen suras preceded by the said verse. Fortunately, the calculation with the prime number 19 does not work out here. The whole logic of the system seems to come to an end at this point. But whoever believes this is wrong, because in the middle of the text of Sura 27, in addition to the introductory verse, there is a second Basmallah: “Oh you clan leaders! There is an honorable letter that was given to me (the Queen of Saaba) / It is from Solomon and reads: "In the name of God, the Gracious, the Most Merciful". Coincidentally, this is the thirtieth verse of Sura 27; likewise the verse "Above them are nineteen" in sura 74 is the thirtieth verse. And with this verse the 19 code is perfect again! God the Exalted, as a Muslim calls his Lord, has excellently demonstrated that if he breaks his own law on one level, he will bring his legality back to light on another, albeit hidden, level. Why is sura 27 of all things that contains a second Basmallah? Does that also have a mathematical purpose? Anyone who has counted so far will quickly have a solution to this question ready. In Sura 9 the introductory formula was missing, the Lord obviously pressed delete, remove, and press on the keyboard of the Divine Computer. And re-insert nineteen suras, insert. The hidden laws are also coded with 19, the author of the Koran teaches us. Blessed Dr. Rashid Khalifa, who in 1972, with the help of a Hewlett HP-1000 computer, had found out a large part of the connections I had put forward with regard to the 19 code of the Koran, must have been thrilled when he realized how seamless and all-embracing the 19 was Network is in this holy book. Because the one hundred and fourteenth Basmallah not only brought a 19 code to the end, but five. The Qur'anic introductory formula "Bismillah ir-rachman irrachiem" was completed to 114 or 6 * 19 occurrences and the four individual words of the Basmallah thus became 19 products at the same time. Which brings about four more phenomena around the number 19. As the? Let's just turn to the words of the Basmallah. How many times does each of these words appear in the God-Said book? Could we imagine that there are any numbers? Is this where chance finally comes into play? Could one imagine a desert Arab like Mohammed who had nothing but highly complex arithmetic in mind during the revelation period of twenty-three years? And who could not only have memorized every single position of every word, every verse and even every single letter within a total of almost 80,000 words, but could have networked them all together and coded them with the number 19? To ask such a question alone is quite an effort. How many words, when and where? What is the numerical value of each verse? Which letters are to be put in which position with which meaning? It would be easier to count the grains of the desert sand ...

The fact is that every single one of the four words of the first verse of the Koran, as we encounter it today, is expressed in multiples of 19 in the Koran. The word Ism (name) occurs exactly 19 times in the whole Koran. As already mentioned, Allah (God) occurs 2,698 or 142 * 19 times. Ar-Rachman, The Gracious, one of the Beautiful Names of God, occurs 3 * 19 or 57 times. And Ar-Rachiem (The Most Merciful) occurs 6 * 19 or one hundred and fourteen times:

Table 2: The frequency of the words of the Quranic introductory formula

19 or

1 * 19 times

2,698 or

142 ∗ 19 times

57 or 114 or





3 * 19 times


"The gracious"

6 ∗ 19 times


"The Merciful"

Deedat comments on this fact as follows: “We don't have to be ingenious to recognize now at the latest that Mohammed, without education, pen and paper, without calculator and computer, could not have worked out all this.” The limit that he has long been exceeded Chance can shape. Rashid Khalifa has calculated that the arithmetical probability is 1: 626, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, ie an astronomical improbability. The Muslim believes that God would not be perfect if he did not perfect all levels. In the holy Quran there is the verse: “Glory be to Him! ... The Unique Origin of Heaven and Earth ... He created all things and He has knowledge of all things. He is the guardian of all things. Man's eyes do not reach Him, but He does reach their human sight. The all-pervading one, the absolutely-conscious one. ”18 What chance can no longer achieve must be consciously planned and thoroughly organized from a perspective higher than that which is visible.

Just imagine how this coding would have affected someone close to Muhammad if he had made it known? He would have been branded a number magician, a mathematical demon and arithmetic artist, even if his god had absolved him when he said comfortingly "You are not crazy and obsessed". He would have been asked the question: Does your god need it, to speak coded and encrypted? The enemies of Muhammad had already declared him disturbed and sick and assumed that his revelation was “This is just a human word.” So he did not talk about it. What luck is for us today, because we can now freshly discover and research the secret of the number 19 in the Koran. In any case, this secret confirms a Quranic verse in which it says: “Alif Lam Ra. This is a book, the verses of which are immutable ”(sura 11, verse 2) and also the verse“ There is no change in the creation of Allah. ”Obviously, the holy Quran has been kept for later use as it was written is. Is God a Mathematician? Precisely for this reason one can ask whether the Islamic God is not also a mathematical one who favors the law as well as the norm. Isn't Islam's practice of faith called Din ulqaimah, which must be translated as an unchangeable norm? And isn't the Shari'ah, the law of God, which consists of precisely defined norms, considered the most important part of religion in Islam? The question that arises here is whether there are laws, as in natural science and in religion, that can be calculated? Couldn't it be possible, hidden in the text of the Holy Scriptures, to find formulas that also make a considerable sense for the sciences? As for Islam, after all, it does not reject science as long as it conforms to the revealed text. Especially when you think that the term Koran means lectures or lectures, the lecture hall doesn't seem far away. There suras or, translated, evidence are presented to illuminate the true sources of the revealed texts.When one of the uncles of the Prophet by the name of Omar allowed himself a public mockery with the verse that had just come down, "Above them are nineteen" and remarked ironically, he would simply arrest seventeen of these nineteen hell-guards, and his people the remaining two, then if they could all get out of hell and into Muhammad's paradise unhindered, it was not for nothing that Mohammed publicly called him Abu Dschahl - the father of ignoramuses. Knowing that there was more to this verse than just metaphysics and a religious conception of the hereafter. Technically savvy children of our time might ask whether the Prophet Mohammed might not have used a spiritually programmed computer to calculate his astonishing results? A prehistoric model, so to speak. Of course, he shouldn't have had to struggle with any details of the program. Since his mind was completely open, he only had to let the ubiquitous arithmetic connections of the book revealed to him wander to where his God-led spirit was at the moment. Completely without intervening, he would have been able to accomplish the most complicated interlocking of numbers in this way without any action of his own if he had really been connected to such a divinely powered computing device. It is all too natural to remain critical and skeptical of such an idea. But did Dr. Oliver Sacks and the brothers Michael and John examined by him have not clearly and irrefutably shown that such an all-encompassing computer program, to which only individuals have direct access, must actually exist ?! However reluctantly we would like to approach this thought and confide in it, the facts speak for it. None of this excludes the prophet, entirely

similar to how the two brothers, who had been motivated to do their spontaneous calculation by a number of matches, could have been motivated to do his calculations by something similar - for example a number table. Completely in the service of its creator, who knows all the numbers in the world without calculation. Evidence for the coding of his books by the number 19 had already been provided to us in sufficient numbers by the author of the Koran, the god of Muhammad. Whole suras, verses and words were uniquely coded by this magic number. The complete Koran with its one hundred and fourteen or 6 ∗ 19 suras was also part of it; and the numerical values ​​of individual words and sentences had also been adapted to this scheme. It is therefore not surprising to hear the term “the proof”, Arabic al-Burhan, as a frequently used synonym for the Koran. The whole Qur'an proves the coding of this writing by the number 19. Mysterious code letters This would end the investigation of this coding, if there were not some conspicuous and at the same time apparently meaningless elements in this book of books that we must stumble over, the so-called Quran initials. These initials are individual letters that stand alone, in pairs, third, fourth or fifth between the introductory formula of the suras, the Basmallah, and the first verse of the sura. The letter combinations Alif, Lam, Mim (A, L, M) or Ha, Mim (H, M) are two such examples. Since these letters come before the first verse of the sura, and thus before the first words with meaning, they are also called prefixes. Y, S or T, H are just such prefixes. In Arabic they are called muqatta'aat, abbreviations. Except that they have meaning as letters of the alphabet, they seem to have no meaning whatsoever. However, they have to be recited as sounds when reciting the Quran, since they are a revealed part of Scripture. Anyone who knows the Arabic language and hears the recitation of these letters will probably wonder what it means to hear isolated or pointlessly grouped letters recited? Did the Prophet Mohammed, who is alleged to be illiterate, use it to make his first attempts at writing? Or do these letters abbreviate something that cannot be said? Are there any undisclosed secrets hidden in these letters? Does God just abbreviate some words? Or did the Prophet Mohammed cut off the rest of the words? Questions about questions that have no answers. Even if there has been no lack of attempts to make something meaningful and meaningful out of these letters. Various assumptions have been made about these code letters of the Koran. For example, it was believed that the letters A, L, M, which appear several times as initial letters, would mean Allah, Gabriel and Mohammed. Which is absurd insofar as God would thereby prove to be incoherent, since he would once have used the first letters (with Allah and Mohammed) and another time within the same coding the end letters (Dschibriel - Gabriel) for encryption. All such considerations belong in the realm of human speculation and can thus be dismissed. Only a spiritual process that uses these letters for the alchemical process is briefly mentioned here. It is a series of exercises by the Turkish Bektashi dervishes. The former secretary of the Turkish embassy in Bern, Walter Schwidtal, and Freiherr Rudolf von Sebottendorf published these spiritual exercises in their little pamphlet "The secret exercises of the Turkish Freemason / The key to understanding alchemy" at the beginning of the century. In their book you refer to the Turkish dervishes, who understood the initial letters of the Koran as mystical sequences of sounds. As a secret alphabet of ecstasy