Arabic Words’ Mystery – by Nizar Ismael
6 December 2014 at 00:27
Translation of the meaning of Qur’an Surat 2- Al Baqarah (The Cow)
“And He taught Adam all the Nouns, then showed them to the Angels, saying: Inform me of the names of these, if ye are truthful”
In verse 2:31 God Almighty informs believers that He taught Adam all the names that even the Angels did not know. Therefore, it is reasonable to deduct that names are the basis of knowledge that was bestowed unto Adam and he was given a language to communicate this knowledge through these phonetic Nouns. Furthermore, it is reasonable to deduct that the first language was not developed by humans but a revelation by the Creator.
This will lead us to understand that no one can invent names from nothing and all existing words in different tongues are derived from this first one language that was revealed to humanity.
After the deluge (C25,000 years ago) and the extinction of the majority of the first one human nation, human population recovered and scattered throughout the newly formed continents that were broken up by the great flood from the original first single great land mass. These continents drifted apart throughout the ages and the newly formed nations became isolated. This isolation was the main reason for many new languages developing from distortions of the original single human language.
Today, it is accepted that the cradle of humanity is the original centre of this single land mass before its break up, identified as Africa and the Middle East. The languages of this cradle remain the closest to this original one language revealed to Adam with the least distortions.
Allah revealed His Books to his prophets like Moses and Jesus in Aramaic, the language of the Torah and the Gospels. Aramaic is a sister language to Arabic and few centuries later, Arabic was ordained as the language of his final and most complete book till the end of days. Arabic as the language of the Qur’an that was revealed unto his last Prophet Muhammad is not a coincidence, but this language carries within it a real miracle.
I have been steadily collecting evidence that confirms Arabic as the closest living descendant of the flood survivors’ language. Probably the main reason for this is that most of the Cradle Civilizations were a result of stable settlements around great rivers and governed by central established political systems. Naturally, they expressed their culture through technological advances, architecture and art. On the other hand, The Arab culture did not enjoy settlement and opted out of these established systems preferring the freedom of living in the fringes of these civilizations, constantly moving to find scarce water and grazing for their live stock. They could not express their culture through technological advances, architecture or Art but found the only way to express this through preserving language and developing the best ways of communication. This language carried information over a vast area mainly deserts. Inevitably, poetry became the pinnacle of their culture and preserved the purity of the Arabic language even more.
Arabic contains words from the original revelation to Adam by Allah and no wonder that through numerology we discover the secret link of these Arabic words and present day scientific discoveries.
Allah mentioned in the Holy Quran four metals (elements), these are Iron, Copper, Gold and Silver.
Before the invention of Arabic numerals, Arabic Alphabet “Abjad” was used for numeration and is an integral component of Arabic language. This system was contemporary while the Qur’an was revealed unto Muhammad (P.b.u.h). Each character represents a number as shown in the table.
The calculation of the numeric value of Arabic names for these four elements and comparison with Atomic number for these elements is as follows:
Iron (HHdid) حديد
The total value of the four letters is 26
* In the Periodic Table, the Atomic Number is the number of Electrons in the atom of each element.
Iron (Fe) Atomic number = 26
Iron; the most abundant metal known to humanity, the sum of its Arabic name numerical value is not just equal to the sum of its atomic number but in the combined number “26” very accurately.
Copper (NHAS) نحاس
The total is 119
Copper (Cu) Atomic number = 29
Copper; the most abundant metal after Iron, by comparing its numerical value “119” with the atomic number 29 as well as the sum of the letters’ numerical value 2 is uncanny.
Silver (FDD2H) فضة
(ٖPlease note that in Arabic numerology the tied T that sounds like H ة is equal to هـH)
The total is 1685
Silver (Ag) Atomic number = 47
Gold (DhHB) ذهب
Gold; unlike the above elements, is rarely used in its pure form but rather mixed with Copper or Silver as it is very brittle. It is often used in jewellery and minting Gold coins.
The total is 707
By adding Copper/Silver numeric values to Gold:
Gold (Au) Atomic number = 79
There is no doubt that these four examples do not mean that all known Arabic element names translated to their numerical values are the same as their atomic numbers, as most of these elements were discovered later and do not have original Classical Arabic names. Furthermore, the Qur’an did not mention any other metals.
Cow- Bqrh -بقره (Pronounced Baqarah)
The total is 307
in Ancient Egyptian letter A (Aleph/Alpha) is written as a cow’s head and it literally means Cow/Ox
A=أ numerical value is 1
Arachnids is a class (Arachnida) of joint-legged invertebrate animals (arthropods), in the subphylum Chelicerata. All arachnids have 8 legs
The most known Arachnids are Spiders, Scorpions, Ticks and Mites.
Scorpion – عقربة
Ticks – قراد
Mite – عثة
These four examples show that the numerical value for the Arabic names of the 4 main 8 legged creatures (Arachnids) is 8.
Without a doubt, the above examples show a phenomenon that can never be a coincidence or random chance.
© Nizar Ismael
Published: 3 December 2014 at 03:16