One of the unexpected conclusions we have arrived at is that the classical system of numerical value of
Arabic words is so amazing and useful in predicting future events that it had to be divinely inspired
directly or indirectly. It is hard to believe that this system was developed by ordinarily humans,
without any divine inspiration.
In this book, we present the results of numerical values of significant Arabic words (or groups of
words), some of which do not appear in the Quran. However, we use the Quran and Hadith to verify
and solidify the evidence and add confidence to the conclusions and predictions.
What we have discovered is that the last 3 digits of numbers that consist of 4 digits are the most
significant. As this example illustrates, 918 is equivalent to 1918 and you can also say 918 is
equivalent to 2918, 3918, 4918, etc.
In addition to knowing the numerical value of a word (or group of words), it is extremely useful and
valuable to figure out the order of this numerical value relative to composite numbers if the numerical
value is a composite number (or relative to prime numbers if the numerical value is a prime number).
For example, in the equation above, we mention that 918 is the 761
Composite Number . This
establishes a link and a relationship between 918 and 761, and consequently between the concepts and
events associated with them. Number 761 is equivalent to the numerical value of:
مﻮﯾ ﺖﻠﻤﻛأ ﻢﻜﻟ ﻢﻜﻨﯾد day Akmalt (I have completed) your Deen (Religion or Judgment) for you
(verse 3 of Sura 5): 56 + 491 + 90 + 124 = 761
ﻞﯾءاﺮﺳإ ءﺎﮭﺘﻧإ Intiya (End) of Israel : 458 + 303 (or 302) = 761 (or 760) (761 is the 135
Prime Number) (918 is the 761
Composite Number) (7801 is the 761
Important Hijri years
In this book, we mention specific Hijri years, without necessarily mentioning how they correspond to
Gregorian years. Hijri years are lunar years. Hijri years consist of 354 days and the leap Hijri years
consist of 355 days. So, Hijri years are shorter than Gregorian years by 11 days. There are 12 months
in a Hijri year. Hijri months are either 29 or 30 days. The following shows the beginning and end of
each of the following important Hijri years:
1438 Hijri (starts on October 2, 2016 - ends on September 20, 2017)
1444 Hijri (starts on July 30, 2022 - ends on July 18, 2023)
In this Book, we have calculated the Hijri day since the beginning of Hijri Calendar based on the
assumption that the average length of a Hijri month is about 29.5305555 days.
Therefore, the average Hijri year is: 12 x 29.5305555 days = 354.3666 days