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Numerical Analysis of the Quran that the 23rd of Ramadan Is Most Probably the Night of the Ordainment (Laylat Al-Qadr ليلة القدر )

 

Every last 10 days of Ramadan of every year, most Muslims around the world pray and supplicate at night hoping that one of these nights, especially Odd nights (21, 23, 25, 27,and 29th of Ramadan) might be the NIght of the Ordainment (Laylat Al-Qadr القدر ليلة ). In the Middle East, many countries, especially my country, the Lebanon believe it is the 27th of Ramadan every year, which is not true. Laylat Al-Qadr القدر ليلة  was not revealed to us by Allah (swt) though our beloved Prophet Muhammed (pbuh) so that we strive during the last 10 days every night to pray and supplicate for if we knew when the ليلة القدر is exactly then people might indulge in sins and on Laylat Al-Qadr ليلة القدر they would ask Allay (swt) for forgiveness. Or is true that Laylat Al-Qadr ليلة القدر cannot be known for sure? Let’s what a new numerical analysis of the Quran has to say about it.

Primalogy and The Holy Quran

All the information below is taken from Ali Adam’s website, a place where he uses his outstanding open source Quran Code software to numerically analyze the Quran. The numerical analysis of the Quran uses Primalogy system, as purported by Ali Adams. Read here about Primalogy and the Quran, Prime Number and Cryptology. According to Ali Adams, The Holy Quran is a multi-layer encrypted book. He translates The Quran to the “The Readable” because anyone can read it, although it is encrypted because Surat Al-Fatiha (The Opener) includes the key + the message.

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Evidence for Night of Ordainment as 23rd of Ramadan

According to Ali Adam’s numerical analysis of The Quran, here’s what he has to say about the Night of Ordainment as being the 23rd of Ramadan.

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In order to understand the evidence presented,Ali Adams says, the reader needs to understand a little bit about numbers and prime numbers specifically as Allah (swt) gives oath by the independent numbers in Quran 89:3

و ٱلشفع و  ٱلوتر /

By the co-dependents and by the independent.

Since 1978, independent or prime numbers have been used to generate Keys in Public Key Cryptography where secret information is encrypted using public keys and decrypted using private keys so no need to share the private keys.

Prime numbers like atoms to molecules and 1 is like a proton to an atom. What’s more, the energy gaps between electronic shells are related to prime numbers. Look up [Quantum physics may offer clues to solving prime number problem: electron energy levels linked to Riemann hypothesis.] The answer to why elements with last electron at shell S1 have prime atomic numbers is here

Prime numbers are the mothers of their multiples. 2 is the mother of all even numbers (except itself of course, 3 is the mother of all multiple of 3 or I like to call them even-3 numbers, and so on. Evenness by 2 is a special case of evenness by any prime numbers. 9 is even with respect to 3 while 10 is odd with respect to 3, so 9 is even-3 and 10 is odd-3. There is no need to classify numbers into evens and odds. It only makes us look at numbers from a narrow point of view. Scrap all knowledge about even and odds and start seeing numbers as primes (or mothers) and composites (children) only. This way we may progress our knowledge of inherent properties of numbers.

Al-Quran or The Readable Book start with chapter #1 The Opener (الفاتحة (which is built upon prime numbers (7 verses, 29 words, 139 letters) with prime digit sums (7=7, 2+9=11, 1+3+9=13). Such numbers are called Additive Prime Numbers. More over, joining these numbers left-to-right 729139 or right-to-left 139297 also produce additive prime numbers (primes with a prime digit sum [7+2+9+1+3+9=31]).

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In order to understand how special the number 23 is, let’s look at some of its known properties:

23 is a prime number with a prime digit sum (2+3=5) and even the digits themselves (2 and 3) are primes too.

23 ones (11111111111111111111111) is an additive prime number. Such primes with only 1s in their digits are called Repunit Primes [ http://gmplib.org/~tege/repunit.html ] and in 2009, the only known repunits have 2, 19, 23, 317, 1031, 49081, 86453, 109297, and 270343 1s in them. This can also point to 19 as the Night of Ordainment.

The sum of the indivisible numbers from 1 to 19 (1+2+3+5+7+11+13+17+19 = 78) is a composite number with a composite digit sum of 7+8=15 making it an additive composite number.

The sum of the indivisible numbers from 1 to 23 (1+2+3+5+7+11+13+17+19+23 = 101) is a prime number with a prime digit sum of 1+0+1 = 2 making it an additive composite number.

Left-to-right 123571113171923 is a prime number with a prime digit sum of 1+2+3+5+7+1+1+1+3+1+7+1+9+2+3 = 47 making it an additive prime number.

Right-to-left 231917131175321 is a prime number with a prime digit sum of 2+3+1+9+1+7+1+3+1+1+7+5+3+2+1 = 47 making it an additive prime number.

NOTE: These two last facts are unique to 23 only (and if any similar case exists then it is for a larger prime than 30 which is the max days in a lunar month). It is incredible to have these two huge complementary numbers (123571113171923 and 231917131175321) as prime numbers let alone additive prime numbers.

 

All other candidate nights as composites:

1235711131719 = 3 * 11971 * 34408463

1917131175321 = 3 * 639043725107

12357111317192329 = 8353 * 1479362063593

29231917131175321 = 31 * 131 * 144497 * 49815613

 

Of course, Allah (swt) gives oath by 19 too but that is outside any ODD (فردي ) night in the last 10 nights of Ramadan which, from the oath “By The Independent” (والوتر ) should have been understood as a PRIME night not ODD night and that can only be 23 or 29 and 29 cannot even start to compete with 23.

One must never forget that the number of chromosome pairs in the human genome is 23 and the tilt of the Earth with respect to its revolution plane around the Sun is 23.4 degrees.

Finally, start Ramadan astronomically (from moon birth) not from seeing the crescent as Allah (swt) says in Quran 2:185 “Witness” not “See” the month which means “Lived the month with full awareness as expected by any court witness, not insane or in death bed”:

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And if you still need more clues, then the Authentic Hadith state that the Night of Ordainment IS A CLEAR SKY NIGHT, so look out for a clear sky from sunset to dawn (Peace till dawn as per Quran 97:5) on the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th in the hope one of them would be the CORRECT 23rd night of Ramadan, in sha Allah. (All information above credited to the author Ali Adams).

 

So, what do you think? After all the numerical analysis above, do you believe the 23rd of Ramadan is more probable to be Laylat Al-Qadr ليلة القدر than 27th of Ramadan? Fore sure, all the above numerical analysis is Ijtihad, and not 100% evident but still it is a better clue on what nights you would most keep a heed on.

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