بِسْمِ ٱللَّهِ ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ Allah erases what He wishes and confirms; and with Him is the Mother of the Book 

Prime Numbers 2 3 5 7 11 13 17 19 23 29 31 37 41 43 47 53 59 61 67 71 73 79 83 89 97 101 103 107 109 113 127 131 137 139 … 

Additive Prime Numbers 2 3 5 7 11 23 29 41 43 47 61 67 83 89 101 113 131 137 139 … 

Pure Prime Numbers 2 3 5 7 11 23 Download the first 1000 primes 113 131 137 … 

To All Muslims
Worldwide الى كل مسلم في العالم يرجى إنشاء مركز حقيقي للبحوث العلمية في
القرآن بإطار عمل لجمع وإقرار ونشر نتائج البحوث لتوجيه الإنسانية إلى الحقيقة 

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AlQuran = Readable Ciphertext AlQuran القرءان literally means The Readable Text despite being encrypted at multiple layers (1 Chapter, 1 Chapter, 10 Chapters, Book, Initial Letters) and finally wrapped within THE GREAT NAME OF GOD that consists of 73 syllables. This everrevealing readable Book (القرءان الكريم) protects within it hidden knowledge (مكنون) just as an egg or a pearl is protected inside their shells: 37:49 كأنهن بيض مكنون as if eggs hidden inside protective shells 52:24 كأنهم لؤلؤ مكنون as if pearls hidden inside protective shells 56:23 كأمثل ٱللؤلؤ ٱلمكنون as if pearls hidden inside protective shells 56:78 في كتب مكنون in a book that is hidden inside a protective shell 56:79 لا يمسه الا المطهرون none can access it except the purified [in 33:33] The Quran is divided into chapters (Sura سورة) as perimeters surrounding their readable encrypted text and each chapter is divided into verses (Aya ءاية) as indivisible encryption units with different lengths from 3 letters in [42:2] to a full page in [2:282] but are never split across pages. However, a verse may contain a part of a sentence, a full sentence, or multiple sentences. It is all part of a giant mathematical structure that may be the Blueprint for Creation itself. Indeed, the Quran starts with a chapter named The Opener or Key (الفاتحة) that has of 7 verses, 29 words, and 139 letters which are all prime numbers (وتر) and their digit sums are primes too [7=7, 2+9=11, 1+3+9=13]. Such prime numbers are called Additive Prime Numbers. 7^{th} additive prime number is 29 First 7 Quran verses = 29 words
and First 7
Quran words = 29 letters Quran 89:5 هَلْ فِى ذَٰلِكَ قَسَمٌۭ لِّذِى
حِجْرٍ 
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Quran and Prime Numbers The Quran starts with a chapter called The Key (الفاتحة) which consists of 7 verses, 29 words, and 139 letters. Not only these numbers (7, 29, 139) are all prime, but their
digit sums are prime too [7=7, 2+9=11, 1+3+9=13]. The 7^{th} additive prime number
is 29, Not only do the first 7 verses in the Quran have 29 words but also the first 7 words in the Quran have 29 letters [Aminreza Ebrahimi Saba, 2009]. Similarly, the last 7 verses in the Quran have 29 words and the last 7 words in the Quran have 29 letters. Furthermore, the first 7 verses use 109 BismAllah letters and the last 7 verses use 109 Key letters [Hatim Zaghloul, 2014] where one of the most rare type of prime numbers that uses 1s only in its digits has 109297 ones (11111….1). Such primes with repeated ones are called repunits [OEIS Sequence A004023]. Note that 109 is the 29^{th} prime number. Indeed, Quran 89:3 [وٱلشفع وٱلوتر] "By the codependents and by the standalone" may mean by the Composites and by the Primes, or by the Primes and by number 1, but not by the Evens and by the Odds because evens and odds are merely a special case of divisibility by prime numbers, in this case, divisibility by the first prime number 2. Therefore, 8 is even with respect to 2 but not other prime number 3, 5, 7, … (even2, but odd3, odd5, odd7) while 9 is even with respect 3 but not 2, 5, 7, … (even3 but odd2, odd5, odd7). Similarly, 15 is even3 and even5 but odd2, odd7, odd11). God AllKnowing, stated in Quran 15:87 [ولقد ءاتينك سبعا من ٱلمثاني وٱلقرءان ٱلعظيم] that He has given our Prophet (pbuh+f) seven of the doublets and the Grand Quran where the Prophet (pbuh+f) explained that the seven of the doublets are the 7 verses of chapter The Key (الفاتحة) as it was revealed twice and must be recited twice in every prayer. This implies that the Book of Allah is divided into two parts: a Key part and a Message part as follows: 114 chapters = 1 + 113
prime with prime digit sum [1+1+3=5] i.e. additive prime number Primalogy [Ali Adams, 2008] is a lettervalue system that assigns prime values to the 29 Arabic letters in the modern alphabetical order. Using this system, chapter The Key (الفاتحة) has a value of 8317 which is prime with prime digit sum [8+3+1+7=19], chapter Oneness of God (الإخلاص) with and without BismAllah has additive prime values [4021 with digit sum 7 and 3167 with digit sum 17], verse of The Throne (ءاية الكرسي) has an additive prime value [11261 with digit sum 11] and the most repeated verse in the Quran; the Merciful verse (ءاية الرحمن) [فباي ءالاء ربكما تكذبان] has an additive prime value [683 with digit sum 17] too. What’s more, this Merciful verse acts as a checksum for the Primalogy system as it consists of 4 words and is repeated 31 times and its primalogy value 683 is the 124^{th} prime number where 124=4x31 [Aminreza Ebrahimi Saba, 2009]. And if
anyone still doubts the correctness of the Primalogy system as part of the framework
upon which the Quran is structured, then ponder upon this fact found by
brother Aminreza Ebrahimi Saba in 2009: Finally, the first 109 letters in the Key = 23 words and the first 109 letters in the Message = 23 words. Is God telling us something about the underlying structure of numbers or indeed the Universe? Download QuranCode today and start investigating the amazing mathematical structure of the everrevealing Quran. What more do YOU need to wake up to the Message of your Creator? 

Additive Prime Numbers God Almighty points to prime numbers in chapter AlFatiha (The Key) with its 7 verses, 29 words, and 139 letters, which are all primes and their digit sums (7=7, 2+9=11, 1+3+9=13) are primes too making them Additive Prime Numbers. What’s more, joining them lefttoright 729139 or righttoleft 139297 also produce primes with a prime digit sum too (7+2+9+1+3+9=31). In 15:87, Allah again points to additive prime numbers in the number of chapters and verses in the Message: Quran = Key + Message وَأَحْصَىٰ كُلَّ شَىْءٍ عَدَدًۢا 
Amazing Quran Statistics  Kourosh Jamneshan, Iran
Symmetrical pairs 6555, 6236 and 57 and two prime numbers [Excel / Image] █ The sum of chapter numbers = the total of odd sums █ The sum of verse numbers = the total of even sums █ The number of even sums = the number of odd sums █ The total of sums and the total of multiplications are prime numbers █ Chapter 57 The Iron (الحديد) is firmly fixed at position 57 even when the table is sorted by multiplication value in ascending or descending order. This would not have been possible without chapter 87 having 19 verses producing the same multiplication value (1653) as chapter 57 and preventing it from falling to position 58^{th} in descending order. Finally, the choice of 1653 by Allah is not random either as the 16^{th} prime number is 53 which justifies the use of our base10 decimal system in Quran research and thus the significance of additive prime numbers. 
19 in the Quran is a hint to prime numbers, not to divisibility by 19. 19 may also be a hint to base19 numbering system because 19 in base10 is 10 in base19 and بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم has 19 letters and uses 10 unique letters. To the Submitters Submit to Allah Almighty, Chapter 9
has 129 verses (not 127 as Rashad Khalifa claims). See the symmetry
table with the identical pairs [6555, 6236, 57],
and see the additive prime numbers of verses of the two
parts of the Quran = Key + Message 

