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You are here: Home > Islam Basics > Quran > Appendices > Appendix 26

Appendix 26
The Three Messengers of Islam

This Appendix provides the Quranic mathematical evidence that [1] Abraham was the original messenger of Islam, i.e, Submission (22:78), [2] Muhammad was the scripture delivering messenger (47:2), and [3] Rashad is the purifying and consolidating messenger who delivered the religion's authenticating proof (3:81, & Appendix 2).

Perpetual and Verifiable Evidence

[1] As pointed out in Appendix 2, the gematrical value of "Abraham" is 258, the gematrical value of "Muhammad" is 92, the gematrical value of "Rashad" is 505, and 258+92+505 =855 = 19x45.

[2] If we include "Ismail," whose gematrical value is 211 and "Isaac," whose gematrical value is 169, we still end up with a total gematrical value of 855+211+169 = 1235 = 19x65. The total gematrical value of the three messengers, or the five, cannot conform with the Quran's 19-based mathematical code if either Abraham, Muhammad, or Rashad is not included.

[3] The first and last occurrences of "Abraham" are in 2:124 and 87:19. By adding the sura numbers, plus the number of verses, plus the sum of verse numbers from the first occurrence to the last occurrence, the grand total is 333260, 19x17540 (Table 1).

Table 1: The Suras & Verses from the
First to the Last Occurence of Abraham
Sura No. No. of Verses Sum of Verse #s Total
2 163 33415 33580
3 200 20100 20303
4 176 15576 15756
5 120 7260 7385
- - - -
9 127 8128 8264
- - - -
84 25 325 434
85 22 253 360
86 17 153 256
87 19 190 296
---- ---- ------ ------
3827 5835 323598 333260 
(19x17540)

[4] As pointed out in Appendix 2, the name of God's Messenger of the Covenant is introduced to the computer age through mathematical coding. If the name was specified in the Quran, as is the case with past messengers, millions of people would have named their children "Rashad Khalifa." Thus, the root word "Rashada" is mentioned in the Quran 19 times (Appendix 2).

[5] "Abraham" is mentioned in 25 suras, "Muhammad" is mentioned in 4 suras, and "Rashada" occurs in 9 suras. The total of these suras is 25+4+9 = 38 = 19x2 (INDEX TO THE WORDS OF QURAN, Abdul Baqi).

[6] If we add the numbers of the suras where Abraham, Muhammad, and Rashada occur, plus the number of occurrences per sura, the total comes to 1083, 19x19x3 (Table 2).

Table 2: The Suras and Occurences of Abraham, Muhammad, and Rashada
Sura 
No.
Number of Occurences
Abraham
Muhammad
Rahsada
       
2
15
-
2
3
7
1
-
4
4
-
1
6
4
-
-
7
-
-
1
9
3
-
-
11
4
-
3
12
2
-
-
14
1
-
-
15
1
-
-
16
2
-
-
18
-
-
4
19
3
-
-
21
4
-
1
22
3
-
-
26
1
-
-
29
2
-
-
33
1
1
-
37
3
-
-
38
1
-
-
40
-
-
2
42
1
-
-
43
1
-
-
47
-
1
-
48
-
1
-
49
-
-
1
51
1
-
-
53
1
-
-
57
1
-
-
60
2
-
-
72
-
-
4
87 1 - -
-----
-----
-----
-----
991 69 4 19
991 + 69 + 4 + 19 = 1083 = 19x19x3
* "Rashad" occurs 19 times.

[7] If we take all the suras where Abraham, Muhammad, and the root word "Rashada" are mentioned, and add the sura numbers, plus the number of the first verse in each sura where each of the three words is mentioned, the total comes to 2793, 19x147 (Table 3).

Table 3: The Suras & First Verse Where Abraham, Muhammad, & Rashada Occur
Sura 
No.
First Occurence Verse
Abraham Muhammad Rahsada
2 124 - 186
3 33 144 -
4 54 - 6
6 74 - -
7 - - 146
9 70 - -
11 69 - 78
12 6 - -
14 35 - -
15 51 - -
16 120 - -
18 - - 10
19 41 - -
21 (51) - (51)
22 26 - -
26 69 - -
29 16 - -
33 7 40 -
37 83 - -
38 45 - -
40 - - 29
42 13 - -
43 26 - -
47 - 2 -
48 - 29 -
49 - - 7
51 24 - -
53 37 - -
57 26 - -
60 4 - -
72 - - 2
87 19 - -
---
----
---
---
991 1123 215 464
991+1123+215+464 = 2793 = 19x147 
* Verse 21:51 cannot be added twice.

[8] The sum of all sura numbers where the three words occur, without repetition, plus the sum of all the verse numbers, without repetition, add up to 6479, 19x341. The suras are 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 26, 29, 33, 37, 38, 40, 42, 43, 47, 48, 49, 51, 53, 57, 60, 72, and 87. The sum of these numbers is 991 (see Table 3). The verses where the three words are mentioned, without repetition, are 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 38, 40, 41, 43, 45, 46, 51, 54, 58, 60, 62, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 74, 75, 76, 78, 83, 84, 87, 95, 97, 104, 109, 114, 120, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 130, 132, 133, 135, 136, 140, 144, 146, 161, 163, 186, 256, 258, and 260. The sum of these numbers is 5488, and: 5488 + 991 = 6479 = 19x341.

[9] If we add the sura number, plus the verse number, plus the number of verses where Abraham, Muhammad, and Rashada occur, we get a grand total that equals 7505, 19x395 (Table 4).

Table 4: The Suras, Verses, and Occurrences of "Abraham," "Muhammad, and "Rashada"
Sura No. Verses Where the 3 Words are Mentioned No. of Verses
Abraham
Muhammad Rashada
2 124,125,126,127 130,132,133,135
136,140,258,260
-
186,256 14
3
33,65,67,68 
84,95,97
144
-
8
4 54,125,163 - 6 4
6 74,75,83,161 - - 4
7 - - 146 1
9 70,114 - - 2
11 69,74,75,76 - 78,87,97 7
12 6,38 - - 2
14 35 - - 1
15 51 - - 1
16 120,123 - - 2
18 - - 10,17,24,66 4
19 41,46,58 - - 3
21 51,60,62,69 - 51 5
22 26,43,78 - - 3
26 69 - - 1
29 16,31 - - 2
33 7 40 - 2
37 83,104,109 - - 3
38 45 - - 1
40 - - 29,38 2
42 13 - - 1
43 26 - - 1
47 - 2 - 1
48 - 29 - 1
49 - - 7 1
51 24 - - 1
53 37 - - 1
57 26 - - 1
60 4 - - 1
72 - - 2,10,14,21 4
87 19 - - 1
--- - ---- ---- ---- ----
991 5068 215 1145 86
991+5068+215+1145+86 = 7505 = 19x395

Thus, it is mathematically coded into the Quran that Abraham, Muhammad, and Rashad are the three messengers of Islam (Submission).

[10] As shown in Table 4, the 19 occurrences of the root word "Rashada" are in verses 186, 256, 6, 146, 78, 87, 97, 10, 17, 24, 66, 51, 29, 38, 7, 2, 20, 14, and 21. These are 38 digits, 19x2.

[11] Table 4 shows that the sum of the verse numbers where we see the 19 occurrences of the root word "Rashada" is 1145. By adding this total of verse numbers (1145), to the gematrical value of the name "Rashad" (505), plus the gematrical value of the name "Khalifa" (725), we get 1145+505+725 = 2375, 19x125.

[12] If we write down these numbers next to each other, i.e., the total of verse numbers (1145), followed by the gematrical value of the name "Rashad" (505), followed by the gematrical value of the name "Khalifa" (725), we also get a number that is a multiple of 19: 1145505725 = 19x60289775.

Sum of Verse Numbers Where the 19 "Rashada" Occur = 1145 
Gematrical Value of the Name "Rashad"                        = 505 
Gematrical Value of the Name "Khalifa"                        = 725
1145 + 505 + 725 = 2375 = 19x125 
1145 505 725 = 1145505725 = 19x60289775 

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