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References of dhik’raa confirm the math coding of Quran

Introduction

There are 99 instances from the root word “dhik’r” (ذِكْر) in the Quran in 2 distinct morphological and grammatical forms: (1) “dhik’ra” (ذِكرَ) in the masculine noun and (2) “dhik’raa” (ذِكْرَىٰ) in the feminine noun, both of them typically mean reminder. While 76 instances in the first group in the masculine noun mean reminder referring to the Quran and scripture including remembering God, message, warning, mention, and 23 instances in the second group in the feminine noun mean reminder but referring to a particular piece of information in the Quran or the scripture. But the gender difference between these two groups of words play a significant role to interpret an appropriate message in particular contexts that many of us overlook it, while God has made it a means for all of us to find truth.

Details of instances of dhik’raa

23 instances of dhik’raa in the feminine form found in 23 verses across 18 surahs are detailed below to confirm their meanings in particular context to understand that their messages are particular pieces of information in the reminder being different from messages of instances of dhik’ra in the masculine form:

[6:68] And when you have seen those who engage in vain talk about our revelations, then you shall turn away from them until they engage in talk other than of it. And if the Satan causes you to forget, then you do not sit with the people of the wrongdoers after being the reminder (al-dhik’raa).
Note: The commandment of turning away from the wicked people will be a reminder for an obedient to God not to sit with them again if the Satan causes him to forget.

[6:69] And it is not for those who fear (God) of their accounting from anything but a reminder (dhik’raa) that they may fear (God).
Note: Those who fear God are not responsible for anything of the wicked but a reminder for them not to sit with them that they may fear God.

[6:90] Those are the ones whom God has guided; so, you (Muhammad) shall follow of their guidance. Say, “I (Muhammad) do not ask you any reward for it. It is not but a reminder (dhik’raa) for the people of the world.”
Note: God has advised prophet Muhammad to attain the guidance to the level of His previous prophets as mentioned in the earlier verses, while it is a reminder for the people of the world not to make any distinction between His prophets giving any higher status to anyone of them.

[7:2] A scripture has been revealed to you (Muhammad) that there would be no discomfort in your heart from it, that you may warn with it; and there is a reminder (dhik’raa) (in it) for the believers.
Note: Muhammad has been told to warn the people with the scripture given to him, wherein there is a reminder for the believers.

[11:114] And you shall observe the salat prayer at both ends of the day (Noon prayer), and at first part of the night (Sunset and Night prayer). Indeed, the good deeds remove the evil deeds. That is a reminder (dhik’raa) for those who take into account.
Note: Here are mentioned 3 times of the salat prayer, but the salat prayer is a good deed that removes evil, is a reminder for those who bring it into account.  

[11:120] And each, we narrate to you (Muhammad) from news of the messengers that we may strengthen your heart with it. The truth has come to you in this, and an admonition and a reminder (dhik’raa) for the believers.
Note: The news of the messengers has strengthened prophet’s heart but the truth that has come in their news is an admonition and a reminder for the believers.

[21:84] So we had responded to him (Ayyub) that we removed what was with him of adversity, and we had given him his family, and like of them with them as mercy from ourselves, and a reminder (dhik’raa) for the worshipers.
Note: God responded when Job had implored Him to relieve his adversity as His mercy, which is a reminder for the worshipers.

[26:209] And a reminder (dhik’raa), and we have not been unjust.
Note: God has not destroyed any community except sending warners and a reminder as He has never been unjust.

[29:51] And does it not suffice them that we have sent down to you (Muhammad) the scripture, is being recited to them? Indeed, in that surely, there is a mercy, and a reminder (dhik’raa) for a people who believe.
Note: The scripture given to Muhammad, there is a mercy and a reminder in it for a people who believe wherein there is a reference of Quran’s mathematical coding.

[38:43] And we had given his family to him (Ayyub), and like of them with them as a mercy from us, and a reminder (dhik’raa) for possessors of the understanding.
Note: God responded when Job had implored Him to relieve his adversity, was a mercy from Him, which is a reminder for possessors of the understanding.

[38:46] Indeed, we had chosen them being sincere to a reminder (dhik’raa) of the abode.
Note: The family of Abraham having strength and vision were chosen being sincere to a reminder of the abode.

[39:21] Do you not see that God has sent down water from the sky, then He has made it flow as springs in the earth, then He produces crops of its various colors with it, then it withers that you see it being yellow, then He makes it debris? Indeed, in that surely, there is a reminder (dhik’raa) for possessors of the understanding.
Note: God sends down water from the sky in the earth to flow as springs and to grow crops from it is a reminder for those who possess intelligence.

[40:54] A guidance and a reminder (dhikraa) for possessors of the understanding.
Note: A guidance given to Moses for the Children of Israel, wherein there is also a reference of mathematical system being a reminder, and the people of understanding can reflect it.

[44:13] How was the reminder (al-dhik’raa) for them, and certainly, had come to them a clarifying messenger?
Note: The messenger had come to the people with a reminder from God, which is Quran’s mathematical coding as detailed in (74:30-37), but most of them were heedless to it, and the consequence is the world-wide disaster from COVID-19 that we have been witnessing since 2019 as promised by God.
[47:18] Do they then wait except that the Hour would come to them suddenly? Then certainly, has come its signs, so how was for them when has come to them their warning (dhik’raahum)?
Note: God has warned the people about the end of the world, which is approaching while it will not be remained hidden until its occurrence except from the disbelievers.

[50:8] An enlightenment and a reminder (dhik’raa) for every sincere worshiper.
Note: In the construction of faultless sky and the creation of the earth with scattered mountains on it as well as growing of different kinds of beautiful plants from it are an enlightenment and a reminder for every sincere worshiper.

[50:37] Indeed, in that surely, there is a reminder (dhikraa) for whoever has been heart for him, or has been the hearing, and he is a witness.
Note: Many a generation who were powerful had not found a place of escape on the land when they were destroyed, is a reminder for everyone who has common sense.

[51:55] And you shall remind that the reminder (al-dhik’raa) will benefit the believers.
Note: God has sent messenger to the people before, but they denied him and said, “He is magician or crazy” is a reminder, which may benefit the believers to believe in a messenger when comes to them.

[74:31] And we have not made guardians of the Fire except angels, and we have not made their number except a warning for those who disbelieved, that it may ascertain those who have been given the scripture (Jews and Christians) and may increase faith of those who have believed (Muslims), and may not doubt those who have been given the scripture (Jews and Christians) and the believers (Muslims). And that may say those in their hearts there is a disease (hypocrites) and the disbelievers, “What has God meant by this allegory?” Thus, God misguides whomever He wills and He guides whomever He wills. And none knows your Lord’s soldiers except He. And it (hiya) is not except a reminder (dhikraa) for the human race.
Note: The message as mentioned “a reminder for the human race” followed by the message “over it is nineteen” in the previous verse (74:30) clearly indicates a reminder to be the mathematical coding of Quran, while the reminder (dhikra) in the masculine form refers to the Quran and the reminder (dhik’raa) in the feminine form refers to the Quran’s mathematical coding being two different messages.

[79:43] About what you (Muhammad) are mentioning of it (dhik’raahaa).
Note: It has been informed of those who had asked the prophet about the time of the Hour that its time is not known to him but it is approaching.

[80:4] Or he may take heed that the reminder (al-dhik’raa) would benefit him.
Note: If the blind man were properly attended and reminded by the prophet, he could have purified himself from the reminder, which is also a reminder for us that we do not make such mistake

[87:9] So you (Muhammad) shall remind, if the reminder (al-dhik’raa) has benefited.
Note: God has asked His prophet to remind the people, and the reminder (advice) will benefit whoever fears Him but whoever avoids it will burn in the Hellfire.

[89:23] And has been brought of Hell on that day. That day, the human being will remember, and how was the reminder (al-dhik’raa) for him?
Note: On a day followed by the end of the world  when the human being will see Hell will remember how was the reminder of Hell.

Mathematical confirmation

Out of 23 instances of dhik’raa, 21 instances across 16 surahs in the Quran referring to reminder for us in the scripture has a mathematical confirmation, if the relevant surah and verse numbers are added, the sum is a multiple of 19 => 1843 = 19 x 97 as detailed in the table below:

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Note: This mathematical confirmation is an explicit proof that the instances of dhik’raa refer to messages different from the messages in the instances of dhik’ra, not to have any confusion about it, while dhik’raahum found in 47:18 and dhik’raahaa found in 79:43 are not included in the mathematical confirmation being awareness of the Hour instead of reminder.

Prophecy of a disaster like a disaster of Ad and Thamud

God has warned those who have been given the Quran that a disaster like a disaster of Ad and Thamud will seize them for denying messenger, while the prophecy has fulfilled down the generations upon fulfillment of a major covenant of God with the prophets, and we see a world-wide disaster from the outbreak of COVID-19 as a metaphor of profound smoke in the sky covering the people for denying a messenger of the covenant sent with a reminder of Quran’s mathematical coding, are reflected in the following verses of the Quran:

[41:13] Thus, if they have turned away, then say, “I (Muhammad) have warned you a disaster like a disaster of Ad and Thamud.”
[41:14] When had come to them the messengers before themselves and after themselves that you do not worship except God. They said, “If our Lord had willed, surely, He would have sent down angels. So indeed, we are disbelievers of what you have been sent with it.”

[44:10] So you shall watch for a day the sky will bring of a profound smoke.
[44:11] It will envelop the people; this is a painful punishment.
[44:12] “Our Lord, remove the punishment from us; indeed, we are believers.”
[44:13] How was the reminder for them, and certainly, had come to them a clarifying messenger (with it)?
[44:14] Then, they had turned away from him and said, “An educated, a mad!”
[44:15] Indeed, we are relievers of the punishment for a while; indeed, you are returning.

[74:31] And we have not made guardians of the Fire except angels, and we have not made their number except a warning for those who disbelieved, that it may ascertain those who have been given the scripture (Jews and Christians) and may increase faith of those who have believed (Muslims), and may not doubt those who have been given the scripture (Jews and Christians) and the believers (Muslims). And that may say those in their hearts there is a disease (hypocrites) and the disbelievers, “What has God meant by this allegory?” Thus, God misguides whomever He wills and He guides whomever He wills. And none knows your Lord’s soldiers except He. And it (hiya) is not except a reminder (dhikraa) for the human race.
[29:51] And does it not suffice them that we have sent down to you (Muhammad) the scripture, is being recited to them? Indeed, in that surely, there is a mercy and a reminder (dhik’raa) for a people who believe.
[7:2] A scripture has been revealed to you (Muhammad) that there would be no discomfort in your heart from it, that you may warn with it; and there is a reminder (dhik’raa) (in it) for the believers.
[40:54] A guidance and a reminder (dhikraa) for possessors of the understanding.

Mathematical confirmation

God’s prophecy has fulfilled about a disaster for denying His reminder, and there are 11 verses across 6 surahs related to the prophecy, and if the relevant surah and verse numbers are added, the sum is a multiple of 19 => 475 = 19 x 25 as detailed in the table below:

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Note: This mathematical confirmation is an explicit proof from 3 sets of verses dealing with: (1) warning about a disaster, (2) a painful punishment from a smoke in the sky covering the people is the world-wide COVID-19 being a disaster from God for denying the messenger sent with a reminder, and (3) a reminder is Quran’s mathematical coding having references in 44:13, 74:31, 29:51, 7:2, and 40:54.  

Quran is a powerful scripture

God has given more than 2 dozen attributes to the Quran including the reminder, while He has made it a powerful scripture assigning 4 of His own attributes: great (azeem), wise (hakeem), glorious (majeed) and honorable (kareem) to it as well as 14 sets of Quranic initials prefixed to its 29 surahs out of 114 surahs, which play multiple roles including providing the factual that the Quran is from God, while we can address many critical matters deriving factual from it to strengthen our hearts:

[41:41] Indeed, those who have disbelieved in the reminder (Quran) when it has come to them, and indeed, it is surely a powerful book.
[15:87] And certainly, we have given you the seven pairs (Quranic initials), and the great Quran.
[36:1-2] Yaa.Seen. And the wise Quran.
[50:1] Qaf and the glorious Quran.
[56:77] Indeed, this is surely an honorable Quran.
[85:21] Indeed, it is a glorious Quran.

Mathematical confirmation

The details from 7 verses across 6 surahs reflect that Quran is a powerful scripture, and if the relevant surah and verse numbers are added, the sum is a multiple of 19 => 513 = 19 x 27 as given below:

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In conclusion, the study provides enough evidences to make sure that the word “dhik’raa” is distinct from the word “dhik’ra”, referring to the Quran’s mathematical coding, a reminder delivered by a messenger of God in 1974 being blessed by Him, while the world is witnessing a disaster from COVID-19 since 2019 for denying the messenger sent with a reminder what God has promised in the Quran. He has also blessed us to confirm the disaster from Him being related to His message having the explicit proof from His words, while most people who claim them believers are heedless to it to make them losers in the Hereafter, even when they are witnessing it being deceived by the so called scholars and religious leaders. Thus, those who expect to see their success in the Hereafter may bring proof into account from a powerful scripture to accept the reminder to perfect their beliefs and practices corrupted over the centuries, ignoring what they are listening from the corrupted and misguided scholars around them, who practice and preach the religion based on falsehood and man-made words.
Peaceful Friday, salaam and God bless.
Tafazzal (02/04/2022).