In the previous chapter, we talked about the miracles of the road called Sırat, which extends 19 latitudes at a 19-degree angle from the golden ratio point of the world. There was a golden ratio relation between all points on this road. They exhibited an extraordinary miracle that cannot be explained by coincidence since both the rates and the kilometre values were determined by the gold ratio figures.
We will witness how all the points mentioned in this section are explained in verses by giving the coordinates in the Qur’an.
The coordinate system is the numerical locating system under the leadership of England in 1884, where the Western states designated the longitude zero as the Royal Observatory of England. It has quickly been accepted as the common language of locating all over the world and is still valid.
By pushing the big ocean, which divides the land into two, to the sides of the map, it shows the continents together, and the maps that reveal the zero line (England) are easily adopted. Every point in the world has a numerical equivalent to this common numerical language. With the documents you will see soon, we can prove that our Lord predicts the future and writes fate. Because the numerical values of almost all centres on this point are written in a book written 1400 years ago, many of them very clearly pointed out their knowledge about the future.
But before we begin to explain this information, it is very simple to look at what kind of letters and spelling rules he had in the original Qur’an.
THERE ARE NO VOWELS OR SPACES IN THE ORIGINAL QUR’AN!
There is no movement and no emptiness in the original of the Qur’an. Below you can see the first examples of Quran writing in the world. To a large extent, most of the Qur’an does not contain vowels. (Except Elif -a letter in Arabic alphabet-) So vowels, when and who placed them in the Qur’an? By Haccac-i Zalim and the few people he commissioned in the 700s, that is 80 years after the death of the Prophet.
The governor named Haccac-ı Zalim; printed on the coins “bismillah al-Hajjaj” was inscribed. This movement was met with hatred among scholars. Later, during his war with other Muslim groups, he had the Kaaba beaten and destroyed by giant rocks thrown from the catapults on the grounds that they were hiding in the Kaaba. He became a loyal governor of the Umayyad kingdom, which martyred the grandchildren of the Prophet during his lifetime, and killed thousands of companions. Imam Bukhari, considered to be the greatest muhaddith (a person who profoundly studies and narrates hadiths) of Kutub-i Sitte, did not accept any narrative of hadith by finding Haccac-i Zalim unreliable. The Umayyads buried the river and spent a stream on it in case the grave was destroyed due to the hatred that grew to Haccac. Nevertheless, God knows his true condition.
But how do Arabs read it, even though there are no gaps and movements in the Qur’an? They have two answers;
- The Qur’an, which was memorized due to oral tradition, had been carried to the present day in the same way as it was first to read over the years.
- It is possible to guess most of the words correctly from the arrival of the sentence and looking at the subject.
But we see that this is not the case, even in the time of the prophet, there are people who understand and read the Qur’an differently and the Prophet had allowed them.
WHAT DID THE PROPHET SAY FOR DIFFERENT READINGS?
Although it is said that operations and punctuation work were tried by others in the same period, there are different opinions and variations regarding the operations of many words today. Although the Qur’an is preserved in its original form, it has to rely on people whose names have been involved in many disputes as to what vowels are not included in the original. Even if they were very good people, it is known that the Prophet had allowed different recitations of the Qur’an’s actions in his health.
Omar Prophet says as follows:
“I heard Hişam b. Hakim read Sura Al-Furqan in a different way than the way we read it. Because the Prophet had read this Sura to me. I gave him time until he had finished his reading, then I grabbed him from his robe and brought him to the Prophet:
“Ya Rasulallah! From this, I heard him read Sura Al-Furqan in another way that he taught us,” he said.
Our Prophet said “read it” to him, and he read it the way I heard it. Upon this, the Prophet:
“It was the divine inspiration,” he said. He told me to read it, so I read it.
“That was revealed like this. The Qur’an has been revealed on seven letters. Read whichever comes easy.” he says. (Buhari)
The letter is also used in the Qur’an in terms of direction and variety.
22:11 Vemine-nnâsi men ya’budu(A)llâhe ‘alâ harf(in)(s)
And of the people is he who worships Allah on an edge. If he is touched by good, he is reassured by it; but if he is struck by trial, he turns on his face [to the other direction]. He has lost [this] world and the Hereafter. That is what is the manifest loss.
“God commands the Ummah to recite the Qur’an on seven letters. Whatever letter they read, they hit it.”(Buhari) is also used in the sense of direction and Variety at the time.
Although scholars clash over what the seven letters are, my view is that each letter can be read in seven different types. These readings are as follows;
Thinking that the Qur’an will degenerate through some different readings, he says in good faith, “it has reached the stage of mobilization through hundreds of years of oral tradition, so there can never be any divergence in it.”
It appears that although the Prophet allowed different recitations of the Qur’an, the companions saw it as degeneration and strongly opposed it. However, God’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) was reading the meaning of some verses with different variants in accordance with this difference. For example, Harut and Marut were two angels or two Meliks, the King? Some read as melik, some as angels. The two have a deepening and logical meaning, though different. To me, both are true at the same time. This is the miraculous aspect of the Qur’an. In fact, neither melik nor Angel can be MALIK only for knowledge. They are all good.
In another verse, “His Lord tested Abraham” is written. It can be written in Arabic as “Abraham tested his Lord” with a change of direction. This is the other meaning of the verse, and he observed His Lord in Abraham, seeing what would happen when he fulfilled his Lord’s command, and this is a test. If he saw his Lord wrongfully, he would ask him his wisdom, and if he cut his son, he would question his wisdom from within the knife. But God Forbid! he saw that there was no cruelty in him and that he did all his work magnificently. He could not cut Ishmael; while observing what his Lord would do, the knife did not cut his throat.
As can be seen, variations in vowel signs make the Qur’an much deeper and richer.
Reading the Qur’an today is not wrong. But even with the best intentions, the forms of reading that people of Hajjaj and similar temperaments prefer to understand and customize from the Qur’an have moved to the time of Haccac and from there have come to the present day, starting from the time of the Prophet, preferably more heard or kept in mind, gaining popularity over time. Since haccac was a very powerful and oppressive regime, we do not know which of the old forms of reading were preferred.
The Sunni-Shiite conflict was incredible, and the Muslims divided into two were each waging relentless battles to completely destroy the other group. For this reason, we see that even each other’s hadiths have been largely destroyed, altered or erased from history. The hadiths that may be in favor of or against each other differ in the two sources. Those who can degenerate the words of the prophet may have preferred to determine the actions according to their own understanding.
The rich forms of reading of the Qur’an during the Prophet’s time have been rasped by imposing “this is the only way to read” features such as the reading of certain words in different ways, such as dividing them from different places and reaching different secrets.
The real dangerous movement of change in the Qur’an is not only mistakes made in the operations but also in translation and interpretation.
The word” darabe ” in the verse translated as” beat the women ” is repeated in 58 places in the Qur’an, and how true is it to translate it when most of them are used in meanings such as admonition, abandonment, sending away? Even the Arab ones make this mistake.
What are the new meanings of the Qur’an that arise by dividing words from different places or by different movements? MIRACLES. So I look at these kinds of different ways of reading with interest and admiration.
One day, of course, one can come out and make a full reading of hundreds of verses in the Qur’an that do not match the spirit of the Qur’an. In such cases he should look at this: “is it compatible with the spirit of the Qur’an? Does the sentence make a good sense as a whole? I believe that if he carries a miracle, he won’t be stranded in his reading this way.”
Especially those who are not Arab or bigoted can demotically say, “the more you understand your normal state, the more you solve it, the deeper their meaning is left.” However, even Arabs and Arab scholars today work on different readings of certain words and write books on these variations and the meanings they contain.
In some of the miracles mentioned in my books, there are miracles that occur with different vowel marks, as well as miracles that occur directly in the traditional form of the verse.
But even if you insist on accepting the Qur’an with the vowel signs added later and the only way to read it, you can see the words we see in the verses as coded, disguised words. For example, in the verse that gives the coordinates of Mecca, the word “Makkena”, which means possibilities, must be seen as a miracle of God. In its simplest form, the letters of the word Mecca came together in this verse together in regular and sequential juxtaposition to appreciate the wisdom and to reject otherwise would be to reject the miracle.
In the Qur’an we can see a miracle about reading without a vowel sign over the example of Barnabas.
The 31st and 33rd verses of the 35th Sura are described as validating the previous seminary books of the Qur’an. The scriptures at the time began with the Torah of Moses and ended with the Bible spread by Barnabas.
31. And that which We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], of the Book is the truth, confirming what was before it. Indeed, Allah, of His servants, is Acquainted and Seeing.
Velleżî evhaynâ ileyke mine-lkitâbi huve-lhakku musaddikan limâ beyne yedeyh(i)(k) inna(A)llâhe bi’ibâdihi leḣabîrun basîr(un)
Ha-bîrun basîr. it can be read as meaning (hu barnabas-sır) (Barnabas secret).
When we look at the Arabic of the verse, we see the words” Kitabi huvelhakku Moses “followed by” Ibadihi leha barnabas ” (God’s servant Barnabas).
The more surprising part is that by the end of the 33rd verse he mentions the Chosen People (apostles and volunteers) who were the bearer of his book, and some of them say that some of the good are on the way to the bad.
- Then we caused to inherit the Book those We have chosen of Our servants, and among them is he who wrongs himself, and among them is he who is moderate, and among them is he who is foremost in good deeds by permission of Allah. That [inheritance] is what is the great bounty.
- For them are] gardens of perpetual residence which they will enter. They will be adorned therein with bracelets of gold and pearls, and their garments therein will be silk.
When we look at the coordinates of 35.31-33 we see that the sea journey to the west of Cyprus where the apostles came by ship, and its ending, is also the coordinates of Salamis, the place where Barnabas was born and died. Salamis had become a base and headquarters within other apostles. There is a clear narrative that those on the good path have reached heaven, and the hidden words and coordinates in the verses tell their story in the most beautiful way.
As is known, the apostles clashed with each other after the death of Jesus, and Barnabas, the head of the apostles, accused Paul and his adherents of failing to follow the Torah, showing that the words of the Lord were immutable, and saying things Jesus never said, and departed from them.
When the word of Mekkenehum ((opportunities) is seen in the verse, which has the coordinates of Mecca, scholars who accept it as a great delicacy and a miracle should accept new discoveries that are impossible to explain by chance as the miracle of Allah, as well as those who accept it as a great delicacy and Miracle.
Some people may think with a narrow thought, why would the Qur’an hide such passwords mysteries. This is a surplus, not a deficiency, but a superiority. It is the virtue of God, the owner of the Qur’an, to have it in a different way for Scholars, much deeper in the meaning that the people will understand.
Master poets wrote poems to an unknown lover, lover exhibition, not to blame, the name of the lover to the beginning of the verse or two words to merge places were masterly engraved. However, those who knew the name of that lover could resolve what was secretly said to him in that poem.
This is the depth of the article. If the number of lines in a poem and the number of letters in a poem gives the lover’s home address or GPS values, and yet the text is written magnificently, it is necessary to kiss the hand of that poet. If this literary text written 1400 years ago, knowing the figures and the measures of longitude and latitude that will emerge in the future, encodes them into lines, then it is necessary not only to kiss the hand of the one who is well-behaved but also to prostrate the feet. Because it is Almighty Allah who knows the future.