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The Great Feud in the High Society and math confirmation

Introduction

[33:72] Indeed, we had offered the trust to the heavens and the earth, and the mountains, but they refused that they bear it and feared from it, while the human being bore it. Indeed, he had been the ignorant wicked.

The above verse informs us that God offered the trust or freedom of choice to His living and non-living creations to expose their innermost views and thoughts about their Creator. Some of His creations took the advantage of this offer whereas others did not. The physical components of His creations such as the heavens, earth, mountains took the advantage and refused to bear any responsibilities on their own but the views of the living creatures were exposed differently; among them the jinn being rejected this gracious offer while the human being failed to make an appropriate decision.

History of the Great Feud

The feud in the High Society was triggered by the Satan when he refused to prostrate Adam, and subsequently Adam and Eve, the parents of the human being were evicted from the Paradise being deceived by him. This enmity between the Satan and the human race is referred to a Great Feud in the High Society that God has detailed out in the Quran with warnings and directions for us, and below is the full story of this Great Feud according to Order of Revelation for better understanding of the history:

1. 38:67-85 (Sura Saad: Rev. Order 38)

[38:67] Say, “Here is an awesome news.
[38:68] “You are those who turned away from it.
[38:69] “I (Muhammad) had no knowledge with the High Society when they dispute.
[38:70] “It has been inspired to me except that I am only a clear warner.”
[38:71] Your Lord said to the angels, “I am creating a human being from clay.
[38:72] “Once I designed him and breathed into him from My spirit, then you shall fall down prostrating to him.”
[38:73] So, the angels prostrated together, all of them,
[38:74] except Satan; he had been arrogant and had been with the disbelievers.
[38:75] He said, “O Satan, what prevented that you prostrate to whoever I created with My hands? Have you been arrogant or you have been with the exalted ones?”
[38:76] He said, “I am better than he; You created me from fire and You created him from clay.”
[38:77] He said, “So, you shall get out of here, is indeed, you are on curse.
[38:78] “And indeed, upon you is My curse until a Day of the Judgment.”
[38:79] He said, “My Lord, that give me respite until a day they are resurrected.”
[38:80] He said, “That indeed, you are among the respited ones.
[38:81] “Until the appointed day.”
[38:82] He (Satan) said, “That I swear by Your majesty, of course, I will surely mislead them all.
[38:83] Except Your servants among them, are the sincere ones.”
[38:84] He said, “That it is the truth and the truth, I say.
[38:85] Indeed, I will surely fill Hell with you and all those who followed you among them.”

2. 7:11-25 (Sura Al-A’raaf: Rev. Order 39)

[7:11] We created you, then we shaped you, then we said to the angels, “Fall prostrate before Adam.” They fell prostrate, except Iblees (Satan); he was not with the prostrators.
[7:12] He said, “What prevented you from prostrating when I ordered you?” He said, “I am better than he; You created me from fire, and created him from mud.”
{7:13] He said, “Therefore, you must go down, for you are not to be arrogant here. Get out; you are debased.”
[7:14] He said, “Grant me a respite, until the Day of Resurrection.”
[7:15] He said, “You are granted a respite.”
[7:16] He said, “Since You have willed that I go astray, I will skulk for them on Your straight path.
[7:17] I will come to them from before them, and from behind them, and from their right, and from their left, and You will find that most of them are unappreciative.”
[7:18] He said, “Get out therefrom, despised and defeated. Those among them who followed you, I will fill Hell with you all.
[7:19] As for you, Adam, dwell with your wife in Paradise, and eat therefrom as you please, but do not approach this one tree, lest you fall in sin.”
[7:20] The devil whispered to them, in order to reveal their bodies, which were invisible to them. He said, “Your Lord did not forbid you from this tree, except to prevent you from becoming angels, and from attaining eternal existence.”
[7:21] He (Satan) swore to them, “I am giving you good advice.”
[7:22] He thus duped them with lies. As soon as they tasted the tree, their bodies became visible to them, and they tried to cover themselves with the leaves of Paradise. Their Lord called upon them: ” Did I not enjoin you from that tree, and warn you that the devil is your most ardent enemy?”
[7:23] They said, “Our Lord, we have wronged our souls, and unless You forgive us and have mercy on us, we will be losers.”
[7:24] He said, “Go down as enemies of one another. On earth shall be your habitation and provision for a while.”
[7:25] He said, “On it you will live, on it you will die, and from it you will be brought out.”

3. 20:115-123 (Sura Ta Ha: Rev Order 45)

[20:115] We tested Adam in the past, but he forgot, and we found him indecisive.
[20:116] Recall that we said to the angels, “Fall prostrate before Adam.” They fell prostrate, except Satan; he refused.
[20:117] We then said, “O Adam, this is an enemy of you and your wife. Do not let him evict you from Paradise, lest you become miserable.
[20:118] “You are guaranteed never to hunger therein, nor go unsheltered.
[20:119] “Nor will you thirst therein, nor suffer from any heat.”
[20:120] But the devil whispered to him, saying, “O Adam, let me show you the tree of eternity and unending kingship.”
[20:121] They ate from it, whereupon their bodies became visible to them, and they tried to cover themselves with the leaves of Paradise. Adam thus disobeyed his Lord, and fell.
[20:122] Subsequently, his Lord chose him, redeemed him, and guided him.
[20:123] He said, “Go down there from, all of you. You are enemies of one another. When guidance comes to you from Me, anyone who followed My guidance will not go astray, nor suffer any misery.

4. 17: 60-65 (Sura Bani Israel: Rev Order 50)

[17:60] And when we said to you: “Indeed, your Lord has encompassed the people.” And we did not make the vision that we showed you except as a test for the people, and the cursed tree in the Quran. And we threaten them, but it does not increase except a great transgression.
[17:61] And we said to the angels: “Prostrate to Adam.” So they prostrated except for Iblis, he said: “Shall I prostrate to whom you have created from mud?”
[17:62] He said: “Do You see this (Adam) whom You have preferred over me? If You give me a respite until the Day of Resurrection, I will seize his progeny except for a few.”
[17:63] He said: “Go, and whoever follows you of them, then indeed, Hell is your (all of you) recompense – a well-deserved recompense.
[17:64] And entice whoever you can of them with your voice, and mobilize all your cavalry and your infantry against them, and share with them in the wealth and the children, and promise them. But the devil promises to them are nothing but deceit.
[17:65] Indeed, for My servants, you will have no power over them, and your Lord suffices as a Guardian.

5. 15:28-49 (Sura Al-Hijr: Rev Order 54)

[15:28] Your Lord said to the angels, “I am creating a human being from aged mud, like the potter’s clay.
[15:29] “Once I perfect him, and blow into him from My spirit, you shall fall prostrate before him.”
[15:30] The angels fell prostrate; all of them,
[15:31] except Iblis (Satan). He refused to be with the prostrators.
[15:32] He said, “O Iblis (Satan), why are you not with the prostrators?”
[15:33] He said, “I am not to prostrate before a human being, whom You created from aged mud, like the potter’s clay.”
[15:34] He said, “Therefore, you must get out; you are banished.
[15:35] “You have incurred My condemnation until the Day of Judgment.”
[15:36] He said, “My Lord, respite me until the day they are resurrected.”
[15:37] He said, “You are respited.
[15:38] “Until the specified day and time.”
[15:39] He (Satan) said, “My Lord, since You have willed that I go astray, I will surely entice them on earth; I will send them all astray.
[15:40] Except those among Your worshipers who are devoted absolutely to You alone.”
[15:41] He said, “This is a law that is inviolable.
[15:42] You have no power over My servants. You only have power over the strayers who followed you.
[15:43] And Hell awaits them all.
[15:44] It will have seven gates. Each gate will get a specific share of them.”
[15:45] As for the righteous, they will enjoy gardens and springs.
[15:46] Enter therein, peaceful and secure.
[15:47] We remove all jealousy from their hearts. Like one family, they will be on adjacent furnishings.
[15:48] Never will they suffer any fatigue therein; never will they be evicted therefrom.
[15:49] Inform My servants that I am the Forgiver, Most Merciful.

6. 18:50 (Sura Al-Kahf: Rev Order 69)

[18:50] We said to the angels, “Fall prostrate before Adam.” They fell prostrate, except Satan. He became a jinn, for he disobeyed the order of His Lord. Will you choose him and his descendants as lords instead of Me, even though they are your enemies? What a miserable substitute!

7. 32:9 (Sura Al-Sajdah: Rev Order 75)

[32:9] Then He shaped him and blew into him from His spirit. And He gave you the hearing, the vision, and the understanding; rarely are you thankful.

8. 2:30-39 (Sura Al-Baqarah: Rev. Order 87)

[2:30] Recall that your Lord said to the angels, “I am placing a representative (a temporary god) on Earth.” They said, “Will You place therein one who will spread evil therein and shed blood, while we sing Your praises, glorify You, and uphold Your absolute authority?” He said, “I know what you do not know.”
[2:31] He taught Adam all the names, then presented them to the angels, saying, “Give me the names of these, if you are right.”
[2:32] They (the angels) said, “Be You glorified, we have no knowledge, except that which You have taught us. You are the Omniscient, Most Wise.”
[2:33] He said, “O Adam, tell them their names.” When he told them their names, He said, “Did I not tell you that I know the secrets of the heavens and the earth? I know what you declare, and what you conceal.”
[2:34] When we said to the angels, “Fall prostrate before Adam,” they fell prostrate, except Satan; he refused, was too arrogant, and a disbeliever.
[2:35] We said, “O Adam, live with your wife in Paradise, and eat therefrom generously, as you please, but do not approach this tree, lest you sin.”
[2:36] But the devil duped them, and caused their eviction therefrom. We said, “Go down as enemies of one another. On Earth shall be your habitation and provision for awhile.”
[2:37] Then, Adam received from his Lord words, whereby He redeemed him. He is the Redeemer, Most Merciful.
[2:38] We said, “Go down there from, all of you. When guidance comes to you from Me, those who followed My guidance will have no fear, nor will they grieve.
[2:39] And those who disbelieved and denied in our revelations, they will be dwellers of Hell, wherein they abide forever.”

Mathematical confirmation

The history of the Great Feud is detailed out in 83 verses of 8 suras in the Quran: 6 initialed suras – Saad, Al-A’raaf, Ta.Ha., Al-Hijr, Al-Sajdah and Al-Baqarah and 2 uninitialed suras – Bani Israel and Al-Kahf. If the sura # and verse # of all these references are added, the sum is a multiple of 19 => 4560 = 19x240 (See Table below for details):

Notes: Though the initialed suras usually deal with unusual events in the Quran but there are also references of the feud from 2 uninitialed suras to indicate its relation with our predestination mentioned in sura Bani Israel (17:13) and the story of seven sleepers stated in sura Al-Kahf directly connected with the end of the world (18:9 & 21).

This mathematical proof confirms that the Satan was the most ardent enemy of the human being in the High Society as well as he and his allies are fervent enemes of us on earth as well. This mathematical interpretation also confirms that God’s creatures, angels and jinns who are invisible to us does exist.

Conclusion

Though the Satan triggered the feud in the High Society but the human being did not do a very good job either. Moreover, we the humans failed to make a firm decision in the event prior to it. God has not only clearly spelled out the history of the Great Feud but He has also blessed us with knowledge to mathematically confirm that the Satan is our most ardent enemy on earth too as like as he had been in the Heaven. He had not only evicted us from the Heaven but he also swore by God to mislead most of us on earth to send astray. Thus, the history of the Great Feud needs to be studied with keen attention concentrating on His warnings and teachings, so we can, hopefully, learn from mistakes and do better to be successful on earthly life being our 3rd and final chance as we already missed two opportunities given in the Heaven. If we all could learn from the history and visualize the Satan to be our most ardent enemy from the mathematical proof, and make all our efforts against the devils to win over them, we would be able to get back to Heaven being redeemed our sins like Adam and Eve as well as many others had done it in the past. God willing, we will make use of this life, our final chance to redeem ourselves, denounce our crime, and rejoin God’s kingdom reflecting on the following verse of the Quran:
[22:52] And we have not sent any messenger (rasuulin) before yourself nor a prophet (nabiyyin), when he had recited except the Satan cast in his recitation, while God annuls what the Satan cast. Then God establishes His revelations, and God is Knower, Wise.
Peaceful Friday, salaam and God bless.
Tafazzal (12/5/2014)