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By Ijaz Chaudry

An important note to the reader:

Please note a very important idiom which pertains to the root of this Article;

 “Devil is in the Detail”;

This idiom refers to mysterious element which could be hidden in the detail. Things which look simple at first will take more time to resolve.

 But taking religious point of view and the word Jinn (Satan) comes to mind. The origin of this word is to do with the characteristic of Jinn’s which is “to hide”.

 Therefore as a Submitters we interpret this idiom as Satan is hiding important detail in what seems like a simple explanation but in fact Satan is making you believe that, so that he can recruit one more into his kingdom of hell..

 So brothers and sisters please read this article fully and scrutinise it as best as you can for your own safety!

 Indeed an immense effort is put into this article to include as much detail as we could come up with.

That He is the Lord of Sirius:

It is a fact that Quran describes heavenly bodies in two categories; one all heavenly bodies directly which interact with earth such as Sun and the Moon (10:5) and secondly all the heavenly bodies which do not directly interact with earth, all these bodies are grouped together such as Stars, Planets, Constellations, and Galaxies.


However, there is an exception to this rule where in two instances Stars are not mentioned in a plural form. The first incidence is where “star” is allegorically referenced in (24:35) and second incidence is where a single star is mentioned as in (86:3). In this particular document we are interested in the second occurrence.

The following verses describe this episode;

(86:1) By the sky and Al-Taareq (the comer by night).

(86:2) Do you know what Al-Taareq (comer by night) is?

(86:3) The bright star.

A link between Al-Taareq and Sirius;

However, there is another verse in the Quran which directly correlate with (86:1-3). This verse actually gives a name to the star Al-Taareq which is mentioned in (86:1-2). It calls it “Sirius”.

However, translation by of (53:49) says something else. Please read the short synopsis of this translation;

 (53:49) He is the Lord of the galaxies.

وَأَنَّهُ هُوَ رَبُّ الشِّعْرَىٰ

 The Arabic word used in this verse is “alshshiAAra this word does not describe “galaxies” the word for “galaxies” in Arabic is “almajarrat”;


 But this is not all, there is further evidence that the interpretation of (53:49) by is not quite there because of the following verse;

(5:28) "If you extend your hand to kill me I am not extending my hand to kill you. For I reverence GOD Lord of the worlds.

 Some translators have translated the word “worlds” in (5:28) to be Universe. Indeed the “Universe” holds “galaxies”, so why would the Quran specifically mention “galaxies” once again, without any rhyme or reason, therefore it is important for the sincere believer to take a moment and consider this question carefully? You will see later that the word “Sirius” plays an important part in this verse (53:49) unlike the word “galaxies”.

 So taking consensus of majority of the translators of the Quran we conclude the correct translation of (53:49) is;

 He is the Lord of the Sirius!

 There is further mathematical evidence of the fact that indeed (53:49) is referring to a star rather than galaxies. Please read the following proof;

 So when you take singular form of star which is mentioned in (86:1-3) Al-Taareq add the verse numbers which becomes 1+2+3 = 6, and concatenate this with the chapter and verse where Sirius is mentioned (53:49) we get complete multiple of 19. This code consolidates the fact that (53:49) is describing the star “Sirius”.

* 86 6 53 49 = 456071 x 19; Position is 1 which implies that the code pertains to “Scenario described”, indeed the two sets of verses describe two different views of the same Star! The Level is 6 "Messenger related" indeed this revelation has been revealed by Al-Muzzammil who is a messenger. Another fact which becomes apparent from this code is that the code transforms “Al-Tareeq” into “Sirius”. Both sets of verses are talking about the same star! **Al-Muzzammil


(53:49) And that HE is the Lord of Sirius

Al-Tareeq is an Arabic word meaning “the comer by night”. Sirius is a star which appears in the sky just before dawn. When we interpret these two sets of verses correctly we see a clear pattern. The word “comer” means “a person or thing likely to succeed” and the word “succeed” means “come after”. We know that the star “Sirius” appears in the sky at dawn and dawn arrives after the darkness of the night so the word “Al-Tareeq” clearly defines the star “Sirius” all with its characteristics which is that it is bright star which appears at dawn.

Several attempts were made where (86:1-3) was combined with the first occurrence of sun mentioned in the Quran with all combinations, but none of the codes were divisible by 19, confirming the fact that “Al-Tareeq” is not sun.

So the question which comes in mind is for what reason God specifically say that He is the Lord of Sirius?

Why Sirius;

To answer this question we have to step into history of ancient Egyptians and Greeks. Sirius was deemed as god by ancient Egyptians; Sothis (Egyptian name for Sirius) was identified with the great goddess Isis who formed a part of a triad with her husband Osiris and their son Horus. The ancient Greeks observed that the appearance of Sirius heralded the hot and dry summer, and feared that it caused plants to wilt, men to weaken, and women to become aroused. Due to its brightness, Sirius would have been noted to twinkle more in the unsettled weather conditions of early summer. To Greek observers, this signified certain emanations which caused its malignant influence. Anyone suffering its effects was said to be astroboletos (ἀστροβόλητος) or "star-struck". It was described as "burning" or "flaming" in literature. The season following the star's heliacal rising (i.e. rising with the Sun) came to be known as the Dog Days of summer. The inhabitants of the island of Ceos in the Aegean Sea would offer sacrifices to Sirius and Zeus to bring cooling breezes, and would await the reappearance of the star in summer. If it rose clear, it would portend good fortune; if it was misty or faint then it foretold (or emanated) pestilence. Coins retrieved from the island from the 3rd century BC feature dogs or stars with emanating rays, highlighting Sirius' importance. The Romans celebrated the heliacal setting of Sirius around April 25, sacrificing a dog, along with incense, wine, and a sheep, to the goddess Robigo so that the star's emanations would not cause wheat rust on wheat crops that year.

Therefore it makes complete sense that God would claim His authority over Sirius for the future generations to stop idolizing the star and instead idolize the creator of Sirius and of all the Universes the Al-Mighty God.


The brightness of Sirius confirmed

Quran proves the scientific fact “Sirius” is 25 times brighter than the Sun:

“Sirius, for instance, lies on our cosmic doorstep at just 8.6 light years away, and is about 25 times more luminous than the sun” quote from 50 ideas you really need to know Astronomy by Giles Sparrow page 57.

The words “twenty five times brighter than sun” in Arabic is are “khms weshryn maratan akthr 'iishraqaan min alshams” which have the geometric values;

700, 6, 580, 645, 722, 604, 90, 31, and 430 respectively!

When we concatenate the geometric values of these words with (86:1-3) where the “Bright Star” is mentioned we get complete multiple of 19;

700 6 580 645 722 604 31 430 86 123 = 3687674024 0645285864 78217.00 x 19;

 This code confirms first that Quran is in step with today’s science second that science is accurate in calculating luminosity of stars in general.

Following is the breakdown of Arabic for khms weshryn maratan akthr 'iishraqaan min alshams” used in the code above;

خمس وعشري مرة أكثر إشراقا الشممن









700 6 580 645 722 604 31 430 86 123 = 3687674024 0645285864 78217.00 x 19;


I would like to point to the following verse as a starter to our conclusion;

(3:7) He sent down to you this scripture containing straightforward verses - which constitute the essence of the scripture - as well as multiple-meaning or allegorical verses. Those who harbour doubts in their hearts will pursue the multiple-meaning verses to create confusion and to extricate a certain meaning. None knows the true meaning thereof except GOD and those well founded in knowledge. They say "We believe in this - all of it comes from our Lord." Only those who possess intelligence will take heed.

 There are times when we cannot totally rely on the pure words of the Quran and hence a requirement of a messenger comes about and the need of the knowledgeable!

 Indeed to clear issues which are unclear in the Quran we have tools provided by the Most Merciful. We have the text of the Quran, we have various interpreted versions of translations of the Quran, we have our daily experiences of life and then we have the miracle of 19.

 Those who are the knowledgeable would use all resources to resolve Quran’s issues; those who have certain hidden agenda will extricate certain meaning for their own betterment. It is very important to know that the message of the Quran is from God to all and that it should not be compartmentalised. The following verse puts this fact into its perspective;

 (39:18) They are the ones who examine all words then follow the best. These are the ones whom GOD has guided; these are the ones who possess intelligence.

 *39 18 351 = 206229 x 19; this verse is addressing the interpreted Quran and how to obtain religious information from it. Therefore it is suggesting that the best words are found in these interpretations and that these interpretations are based on examining all words and picking the correct ones by using the miracle of 19. **Al-Muzzammil

 Please observe breakdown and geometric values of the two names used above;



 Al muzzammil


100 + 200 + 1 + 50 = 351

 I must clarify that I have taken the Arabic word Quran from the following link;

I know has different Arabic for the word “Quran” which includes Hamza with the geometric value of 1. This does not!.

 Please be aware that Dr Rashad Khalifa did not include Hamza in his calculations, this matter came about recently when recalculated some of his work using Hamza. Similarly my work goes back 30 years and in my previous calculations I did not use geometric value of Hamza at all. Since then I have started to use Hamza with the value of 1 in my work. But this particular word “Quran” uses the old system which I could not change because of the time it would have taken to undo the other work.

But as you can see has this word without Hamza and on top of that I have done thousands of codes with this geometric value which are fully workable codes. That justifies for me the use of the Arabic word for Quran as mentioned above. And maybe it is a slight change of direction from the norm for the believers and a test for them either to follow the new messenger Al-Muzzammil or Not?

 quran  (Quran)

  So in brief; we have to look at all information regarding any Quran or religious issues pick the best information and confirm that information to be divine by the miracle of 19.

You have seen interpretation of (53:49) by and you have seen the interpretation of (53:49) by Al-Muzzammil. Now you have to be honest with yourselves and ask which, the most sensible explanation is?

 Thank you and God bless you!