The End Times:
Based on numerical analysis of
the Quran, Hadith, Arabic Words, and Historical Events
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This book consists of 6 Parts (Volumes):
Part 1: The End Times
Part 2: Year of the Beginning and Year of the End of the first phase of the End Times
Part 3: Analysis of Specific Dates in the End Times
Part 4: Significant Days in History
Part 5: Arabic Words, Phrases, Groups of Key Words, and Verses of the Quran, arranged according
to the order of their Numerical Values
Part 6: Arabic Words & their Numerical Values, grouped based on their Subject
Part 1
The End Times
Part 1 - Table of Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1
Are the calculations, analyses, predictions in this book Haram (forbidden) in Islam?
Chapter 2
Phases of the End Times & End of the World
Chapter 3
Historical Events relevant to the End Times
Chapter 4
Who are the Israelites (Children of Israel)?
Chapter 5
Analysis of the Hadith about the Sequence of End Times Events
Chapter 6
The Dajjals
Chapter 7
Will there be Muslim Witnesses, Bearers of Good News, or Warners, in the End Times ?
Chapter 8
Analysis of the Hadith about who will rule the Arabs (or Israel)
Chapter 9
How Sura of the Elephant may apply to the End Times
Chapter 10
Bringing the Ark of Covenant
Chapter 11
The Popes and End of Catholicism
Chapter 12
Analysis of Donald Trump & Valdimir Putin
Chapter 13
Nuclear War
Chapter 14
Extra-ordinary Natural and Cosmic Events
Chapter 15
Rise of the Sun from the West & Emergence of the Daabba
Chapter 16
Mystery of number 1452 in the Quran
Chapter 17
Connection between Telephone Area Codes and fate of cities in the End Times
Chapter 18
Significance of Number 33 and Line of Latitude 33 degrees
Chapter 19
Summary of Conclusions & Predictions
Disclaimer:
We would like to declare the following:
1. Future events are known only to Allah (God) (s.w.t.) and those whom he chooses.
2. We do not claim that Allah (s.w.t.) is letting us know directly the predictions we make in this
book.
3. There is a difference between "knowing the Future" and "making predictions about the
Future". We do not know what is going to happen in the future. We perform numerical analysis
of the Quran, Hadith, Arabic words, and Historical Events. Based on this analysis, we come to
conclusions and make predictions regarding events in the End Times.
4. Neither the Quran nor the Hadith states explicitly the exact dates of the End of Time events.
The book presents various possibilities for interpreting the implicit, numerical messages coded
in the Quran and Hadith.
5. We do not know when the Last Day, End of the World, Day of Resurrection, or Day of
Judgement will occur. We do not provide specific dates for such Days.
6. We are NOT knowledgeable about Astrology and we do NOT use it. Making predictions
based on Astrology is Haram (Forbidden).
This book is NOT written out of hatred or to make anyone look evil, but rather simply to reveal what
we believe is going to happen in the End Times, based on our numerical analysis of the Quran, Hadith,
and Arabic words.
We do not hate the Americans, Canadians, Britons, Australians, or other people of Israelite countries.
We do not hate the Russians, Chinese people, or Koreans.
If Allah is willing
Nothing will happen in the Future, including the End Times, unless Allah (s.w.t.) is willing and
permits it to happen. We hereby say: ﷲ ءﺎﺷ نإ (In-Sha-Allah, meaning If Allah is willing”) for each
and every statement we make in this book about the future because it is difficult to keep repeating it
after each statement.
Furthermore, we have to remind people that when Allah (s.w.t.) permits something to happen, that
does not necessarily mean Allah (s.w.t.) is pleased with it.
Introduction
The first edition of this book, released in late June 2012, was the result of our scholarly full-time
research that started in October 2010. We present in this book our numerical analysis of the Quran,
Hadith, and Arabic words.
Our numerical analysis research has led us to believe that the Quran is intended by God to have hidden
numerical messages that can only be deciphered through proper numerical analysis of the Quran.
The Quran is not just a book that sets the principles of Islam, commandments of God, and stories of
prophets, but rather it is a Book of Knowledge or a Book of Life that tells us explicitly or hints
implicitly regarding various aspects of life. Because some aspects of life are very sensitive and must
not be revealed until the right time, God may have chosen to hint to them through hidden numerical
messages.
Muslims know that the Quran is a great miracle in by itself, but they do not know all of the miraculous
aspects of the Quran because they only recognize the apparent meaning of the Quran and are not aware
of or too scared to explore the prospect of the hidden meaning of the Quran.
Nothing in the Quran is by coincidence, but rather there is a good reason for it intended by God and
this reason is often reflected numerically. For example, there is a reason for each of the following:
(a) The number of words and verses of each Sura.
(b) The number of words or letters in the Quran from a specific key word to another.
(c) The number of verses in the Quran from a specific significant verse to another.
We have used the number the words, letters and verses mentioned above in (a), (b), and (c) in our
analysis.
However, the numerical analysis method that we have used most extensively in this book is the
calculation of the Numerical Values of Arabic words. We use a special software to expedite the
calculations.
Each Arabic letter has a numerical value. Consequently, each word has a numerical value that can
be calculated by adding up the numerical value of each letter in the word. The numerical value of
letters or words is called by the Jews as Gematria and by the Arabs as لﻣﺟﻟا ( the Jummal). The table
below shows these values:
LETTERS
NUMERICAL
VALUES
Arabic
English/Latin
اء a 1
ب b 2
ج j 3
د d 4
ه h 5
و
ؤ
w 6
ز z 7
ح h 8
ط t 9
ي ى ئ
y 10
ك k 20
ل l 30
م m 40
ن n 50
س s 60
ع 'a 70
ف f 80
ص s 90
ق q 100
ر r 200
ش sh 300
ت t 400
ث th 500
خ kh 600
ذ z 700
ض dh 800
ظ zh 900
غ gh 1000
The numerical values of Arabic words give us very valuable information. The numerical values of
Arabic words can be helpful in identifying :
- Relationships between words.
- Dates of Future Events.
Words that have the same numerical value can be substituted for each other.
Words (or groups of words) that have the consecutive numerical values may reflect sequence of
events associated with these words or groups of words. This is extremely valuable for determining the
sequence of events of the End Times.
Please note that calculation of numerical values of words is based on how the word appears in written
form, meaning the way the word is spelled. Some Arabic words could be written in two different ways.
That means they can be assigned two different numerical values. Both of these values could be correct.
This is why in our calculations presented in this book, we sometimes provide an alternative "total" by
saying " (or ... ) ".
Examples of these variations in presenting words in written form in Arabic include:
(a) In the Othmani script (the script used in the oldest available Quran), the letter Aleph (ا ),
pronounced as "A" in English, which is the first letter in Arabic alphabet, can be omitted in
some words, when it falls in the middle of the word. Fortunately, the numerical value of this
Aleph (ا ) letter is 1 , too small, so it does not affect the numerical value of the word too
significantly. The following is a good example:
تﺎﻨﺟ Paradises: 3 + 50 + 1 + 400 = 454 (This is how this word is written in modern
Arabic)
ﺖﻨﺟ Paradises: 3 + 50 + 400 = 453 (This is how this word is written in Othmani script
in the Quran)
(b) Words that end with the letter Aleph Maqsura (ى ) whose numerical value is 10 may also be
written using regular Aleph (ا ) whose numerical value is 1. So, the difference in the numerical
value is: 10 – 1 = 9 .
A good example is the word “the Aqsa” which refers to the Aqsa Mosque:
ﻰﺼﻗﻷا The Aqsa: 1 + 30 + 1 + 100 + 90 + 10 = 232 (This is how Al-Aqsa is most
frequently written in modern Arabic)
ﺎﺻﻗﻷا The Aqsa: 1 + 30 + 1 + 100 + 90 + 1 = 223 (This is how Al-Aqsa is written in
Othmani Script in the Quran)
The difference in the numerical value is: 232 – 223 = 9
(c) Certain letters could be used as a substitute for other letters that sound similar. We encounter
this issue particularly in words/names, whose origin is not Arabic.
For example, the English/Latin letter T in foreign words could be written in Arabic using the
letter ت (Ta) whose numerical value is 400 or the letter ط (Ta) whose numerical value is 9. So,
the difference is: 400 - 9 = 391. Some examples of this include:
ﻦﺘﻨﺷاو Washington: 6 + 1 + 300 + 50 + 400 + 50 = 807
ﻦﻄﻨﺷاو Washington: 6 + 1 + 300 + 50 + 9 + 50 = 416
The difference in the numerical value of the word “Washington” is: 807 – 416 = 391
(d) It is possible to write foreign words in Arabic with full vowels or to delete some of the vowels.
The word “Washington” can also be written in Arabic with the letter و which can be
pronounced as “O” and corresponds to the vowel “O” in Washington. Let us see how this
affects the numerical value:
نﻮﺘﻨﺷاو Washington: 6 + 1 + 300 + 50 + 400 + 6 + 50 = 813
نﻮﻄﻨﺷاو Washington: 6 + 1 + 300 + 50 + 9 + 6 + 50 = 422
In this book, most often, we do not show you the numerical value of each letter of a word, but rather
we show the total numerical value of the word.
In some cases, especially in verses of the Quran, we sometimes only show the total numerical value of
a segment of the verse, not the numerical value of each word in that segment because we use a
software that automatically calculates the numerical value of any segment of the Quran.
In this book, we show that not only the Quran is numerically coded, but also most of the Hadith
narrations of Prophet Mohammad (s.a.w.) about the End Times seem to contain hidden numerical
messages.
This book shows how amazing is the system of numerical values of Arabic words. We have primarily
used the classical system of calculating the numerical value of words. There are other systems that
have been developed. However, it is important not to compare the numerical value of a word based on
the classical system with the numerical value of another word based on a different system.
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
st
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
th
Prime Number) (918 is the 761
st
Composite Number) (7801 is the 761
st
Prime Number)
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