Sophisticated placement

Chapter number 76 in the Holy Quran is named "Human" - Alansn - (الانسن). In this chapter and in many other places in the Quran numerical phenomena concerning human chromosome number are evident. Human genetic information and instructions are placed in 46 nuclear chromosomes in body cells. This number was discovered in 1955 by advanced microscope thechniques. Different species have different number of chromosomes. Elephants, for example, have 56 chromosomes while bees have 32 chromosomes. Some interesting phenomena can be seen when adding up verse numbers of all verses that have the word God - Allah - الله in them from Quran's beginning up to chapter 76 "Human" - Alansn - (الانسن).. The total is: 181838 . Click here for a table of all occurrences. Consider these facts:

This total divides perfectly by human chromosome number (46). It's equal to 46 × 3953

The factors of the number 181838  are given below with the serial positions they have among the prime numbers in universe:

2   is the  1st   prime number
23  is the  9th   prime
59  is the  17th  prime number
67  is the  19th  prime

The intriguing thing is that the sum of the serial positions of these prime numbers (factors) is human chromosome number: 1 + 9 + 17 + 19 = 46.

That's not all when it comes to those occurrences of the word God - Allah - الله in the verses up to chapter 76 "Human". The total of verse numbers is, as said earlier, 181838. We get an interesting huge number when putting those verse numbers side by side right to left (as Arabic language is - i.e. the way they appear in the Quran). The resulting number is a 5664 digits number that divides perfectly by 199. Number 199 is the 46th prime number in universe. A prime number is a natural number (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …) that is divisible only by itself and one. The first few primes are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, ... Number 199 is evident in many ways in chapter 76 "Human" as can be seen here. The huge number can be found in the attached file below.

The number 3953 (the result of dividing the original number 1818838 by 46) is also interesting. The 3953rd verse in the Quran is verse number 165 in chapter 37. In that verse God talks on behalf of the Angels saying "And we are verily ranged in ranks (for service)" in Arabic: "وَإِنَّا لَنَحۡنُ ٱلصَّآفُّونَ". This phrase, if context is disregarded (Angels), and referred to God saying this about himself means "It's We who place things in their place". It's like the author of this Scripture is assuring that all placements of verses (and words and letters) are done carefully and thoughtfully.The placement of chapter "The Human" at it's place (relative to the occurrences of word God in their respective verses) is not random. This corresponds to what God says, for example, in chapter 11 verse 1: "Alif. Lam. Ra. A Scripture the revelations whereof are perfected and then expounded. (It cometh) from One Wise, Informed" in Arabic:
"الۤر كِتَابٌ أُحْكِمَتْ آيَاتُهُ ثُمَّ فُصِّلَتْ مِن لَّدُنْ حَكِيمٍ خَبِيرٍ"

Second fact:

Now we add up all verse numbers of the verses having the word "God" up to chapter 76 "The Human" but if a verse has several "God" words it is added only once. The total is 117970.

This number divides perfectly by 47*. The Euler's totient of this number is 46 x 1000 !!

Research shows that the opening chapter can be considered as separate part of rest of the Quran. This is supported by several findings. Accordingly subtracting verse 1 & 2 of the opening chapter (the ones having word "God") from 117970 gives 117967.

117967 equals:

23 x 23 x 223

Sum of squares of this number: a^2 + b^2 + c^2 + d^2
a = 253 i.e. 23 x 11
b = 230 i.e. 23 x 10
c = 23  i.e. 23 x 1
d = 23  i.e. 23 x 1

Adding up the numbers multiplied by 23 to give the a, b, c, d gives nothing else other than 23 (Human haploid chromosme number).

Third fact:

Adding all verse numbers of the verses that have the word "God" in them and that have prime numbers as their verse numbers up to chapter 76 "The Human" gives 24771**. This number divides perfectly by 23. The factors of this number and their position among prime numbers are given below:

3   is the  2nd   prime number
23  is the  9th   prime
359 is the  72nd  prime number

The sum of the serial positions of the factors is 83. Remarkably, the 23rd prime number in universe is 83.

Forth fact:

It's worth mentioning that the number of verses that contain the word God and that have a prime number as their number up to chapter 76 "Human" is 476 verses. Note how the numbers 46 and 47* are evident in this number. When putting the verse numbers corresponding to those occurrences side by side we get a 943 digit number. This number is very interesting and appears a second time as mentioned in next fact. 

Fivth fact:

Number 1 is special and it signifies God. Up to chapter 76 "The Human" there are exactly 24 verses numbered 1 and that have the word "God" in. Verse number 1 in opening chapter and 23 verses numbered 1 in rest of Koran up to chapter 76 "The Human". Note how excluding opening chapter, as done above, gives 23 (human haploid chromosme number). That is not all: Adding up 24 (sum of verse numbers of these verses) and 919 (sum of chapter numbers where these verses appear) gives 943 which equals 23 x 41. The special thing is that number 41 signifies God as established by numerious studies in the Koranic text and 23 is human haploid chromosome number.

47 can be thought as human chromosome number since (a) if counting the mitochondrial genetic information as a chromsome (46 nuclear chromsomes + 1 mitochondrial chromosome) NOTE: not all scientists consider that information as a chromsome (b) some individuals with unfortunate genetic composition have 47 chromosomes.
** Number 1 was counted as a prime. It's prime number but due to mathematical theory coherence it's regarded by scientists as a prime of own class.


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Very interesting site. I am looking forward for next updates. Great job!

Math was an established phenomenon long before the Quran was written, so having an already well known number that has primes as factors is not evidence of a divine creator, it is evidence of mans tendency to place mysticism into things they do not fully understand.  

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