Pearl of Wisdom
in his description of this world, 'The world is the abode of exhortation for he who accepts from it...The world reminds them and so they remember, and it speaks to them so they believe, and it exhorts them so they accept its exhortation.'
Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Ibid. Saying 131
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As the iron’s atomic number is encoded in the sura that mentions iron, there is also a sign in that sura about the iron’s isotopes.
1. The word “el hadid” which means a particular iron has a mathematical value of 57. The article “el” corresponds to “the” in English. When the word hadid is used with the article “el”, referring to a specific iron, the mathematical value turns out to be 57.
| Alif ||= ||1 |
| Lam ||= ||30 |
| Ha ||= ||8 |
| Da ||= ||4 |
| Ya ||= ||10 |
| Da ||= ||4 |
|Total ||= ||57 |
2. The sura Iron (hadid) is the 57th sura of the Quran. And 57 is one of the isotopes of iron.
3. The sura Iron (hadid) is the 58th sura from the end of the Quran. That is another isotope of iron.
4. This sura has 29 numbered verses. This number becomes 30 when the unnumbered Basmalah is counted. This number is equal to the neutron numbers of two isotopes of iron, from the total of four. The frequency of the word God in this sura gives the neutron number of the other isotope.
| The word || Mathematical value of the word |
|The iron (el hadid) ||57 |
|One of iron’s isotopes ||57 |
|What is the sura number of the sura the Iron? ||57|