By Ijaz Chaudry

Commemoration during Hajj and Umrah:


Summary of Points under discussion on this page

·       Introduction

·       Brief explanation how the refined Miracle of 19 works

·       Link to full explanation of the refined Miracle of 19 methodology

·       Misrepresentation of the Sacred Months

·       How to commemorate God during Hajj and Umrah

·       Conclusion



The main aim of this page is to verify and confirm how to commemorate God during Hajj and Umrah. The actual Arabic wordings of the commemoration have been taken from Hadith and validated by the Quran. In order to do this, some background knowledge is required. This page will very briefly introduce the reader to this knowledge base first.


So where does Islam stand in this modern world? Is it advisable to rely on 7th Century religious laws, or are there better laws of the modern world which could safely coalesce with Islam.


The latter is true! A very important work done by a Chemist in America late last Century, revealed an amazing pattern in the Quran. This amazing pattern was allegorically described in the Chapter called “The Hidden Secret” or “Al-Mudhatir” Chapter (74:30-31). For over 1400 years this hidden secret was hidden from the Muslims, until it was revealed in the computer age of 1900’s.


Cutting the long story short, this revelation has changed the whole dynamics of Islam. Where the Muslims had to rely on Hadith for their religious guidance in the past, now all the religious guidance is found in one book the Quran. The reader will hear about this pattern on this page.


Brief explanation how the refined Miracle of 19 works:

This pattern found in the Quran, is affectionately known as the “The Miracle of 19”. Since the last Century some refinements have been made to the application of this miracle and a methodology has developed whereby each finding from the Quran by this method is able to be scrutinised and confirmed to be true. 


Fundamentally, it has been proven beyond doubt that the whole Quran has a common denominator which is number 19. Verses from the Quran can be coded in order to reveal, old and new information. When the code is divisible by 19 and passes the scrutiny of refined miracle of 19, that code becomes part of the Quran.


Using this method, external entities are included with the verses of the Quran which become part of the Quran. Like in this example “the commemoration” during Hajj and Umrah have been taken from Hadith (external entity) and coded with the verses of the Quran to be part of the Quran! This entails the virtue that the Quran can be our only source for our religious guidance.


Link to the full explanation of the refined Miracle of 19 Methodology:


Misrepresentation of the Sacred Months:

At this juncture, I want the reader to be aware that what they read about Islam and what it actually is could sometimes be two different things.


Quran only addresses four Sacred Months, but please read the following translations. The intention here is to point out the intended discrepancy by a translator of the Quran named “Shakir”, his translation for the following two verses contradict each other. Both verses are talking about “Sacred Months”. However, in (9:5) he rightly translates “Sacred months”, however, in  (5:97), he translate it as “Sacred Month”, knowing that Saudi’s only do Hajj in one month, and he would rather not displease Saudi’s, however, he is happy to lie to God and those who believe. This is pure matter of hiding God’s revelations behind their back for cheap material gain! This type of distortion of the Quran is not unique, but happens all the time, by the translators in every country!


(5:97) Allah has made the Kaaba, the sacred house, a maintenance for the people, and the sacred month and the offerings and the sacrificial animals with garlands; this is that you may know that Allah knows whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth, and that Allah is the Knower of all things. Shakir


(9:5); So when the sacred months have passed away, then slay the idolaters wherever you find them, and take them captives and besiege them and lie in wait for them in every ambush, then if they repent and keep up prayer and pay the poor-rate, leave their way free to them; surely Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. Shakir


How to commemorate God during Hajj and Umrah:

This is where the coding takes place and the “commemoration” recitation at Hajj and Umrah becomes the part of the Quran.


Hajj and Umrah can be performed in any day of the four sacred months. Umrah on its own on the other hand can be performed throughout the year. The four sacred months and stipulation that Hajj could be performed in these months is as described in the following verses;


2           197 Hajj shall be observed in the specified months (12, 1, 2, and 3). Whoever sets out to observe Hajj shall refrain from sexual intercourse misconduct and arguments throughout Hajj. Whatever good you do GOD is fully aware thereof. As you prepare your provisions for the journey the best provision is righteousness. You shall observe Me O you who possess intelligence.


*(2:197); The specified sacred months in the Islamic calendar are; 12, 1, 2, 3; Zul-hijjah, Muharram, Safar, and Rabi I; 12 1 2 3 197 = 638063 x 19; this code confirms that Hajj could be done in these 4 Islamic sacred months.  The Temporal connection points out that these 4 sacred months, apply today and in the future. The code consists of month numbers in order of time, latest to the oldest. Level 6 Messenger related; Dr Rashad Khalifa the messenger of the Covenant initially confirmed these 4 sacred months. It was Al-Muzzammil who verified this information with the help of the refined miracle of 19, and removed any doubts concerning this matter. Position is 3 "Principle or Rule clarified; this code puts forward a proposition that serves as a foundation for the very fundamental part of Islam, the act of Hajj, and the months when it should be accomplished. Saudi Arabia, for their convenience only allow certain days for Hajj each year. And because of this constrained time limit, and a major demand, many people get crushed and die. God, with His grace has allowed 4 months to do Hajj!!  **Al-Muzzammil


For those who want the detailed account of how this miracle works, please go to the link provided on this page. For those who don’t, the brief explanation of how it works is as follows;


In order for code to work, it is required to produce an equation. It is universally accepted fact that math’s is the language of truth and the equations are part of maths. What more is required to reveal the truth, then using the language of truth?  The equations used in this particular field consist of numbers only. In order to achieve this, one has to be familiar with the term “geometric values”. The following paragraph briefly explains what the “geometric values” mean;


Briefly speaking at the time of the revelation of the Quran there were no numerals. The Arabic letters had numerical values attached to them. So to obtain geometric values of the Arabic words, it is required to add the numerical values of each letter of the word. This provides the geometric value of the word. It is called geometric value because, each Arabic letter with the associated numeral value is based on the position of that letter in the alphabetic sequence, for example “Alef” has a value of 1 and “Ba’” has a value of 2. These are the first and second letters of Arabic alphabets. This sequence continues until the last Arabic alphabet “Ghayn” which has numerical value of 1000 associated with it. Since geometry in maths is to do with structure, this structure is called geometric values. The implementation of this phenomenon can be witnessed on this page.


The following three verses are referring to Hajj with one common factor in these verses, which is that all these three verses are instructing the Muslims who are performing Hajj to “commemorate”. But at this stage it is not clear what to commemorate. That is where the miracle of 19 comes handy.


2           198  You commit no error by seeking provisions from your Lord (through commerce). When you file from Arafaat you shall commemorate GOD at the Sacred Location (of Muzdalifah). You shall commemorate Him for guiding you; before this you had gone astray.

2           200 Once you complete your rites you shall continue to commemorate GOD as you commemorate your own parents or even better. Some people would say "Our Lord give us of this world" and he will have no share in the Hereafter.                                                        

2           203 You shall commemorate GOD for a number of days (in Mena); whoever hastens to do this in two days commits no sin and whoever stays longer commits no sin so long as righteousness is maintained. You shall observe GOD and know that before Him you will be gathered.


The following first line of numbers is the code exhibit A which consists of the highlighted italics which are the verses (2:198, 200 and 203) and the rest is the geometric values of the Arabic phrase recited during Hajj and the second line of numbers exhibit B is the multiple of 19, i.e. the number obtained by dividing the first line of numbers exhibit A by 19. And as you can see it is a perfect division without decimal answer i.e. the code is complete multiple of 19.


Exhibit A

198 200 203 83 66 6 224 66 224 66 6 66 33 37 31 224 66 224 66 =

Exhibit B

1043158967 5613802453 8140350701 9638024538 14.00 X 19;


Scrutinising the code; the Temporal connection (to do with time from left to right in the code); verses are in time sequence most recent to less recent, verse 198 came before 200 and so on. The context of these verses portrays instruction. Instructions always come first in the sequence of events like in this code. Within the code, exhibit A the geometric values are read from right to left. This is because Arabic is written from right to left.


In order to confirm that the geometric values are in the correct sequence in the code the reader has to compare exhibit C with exhibit A. Compare exhibit A right most geometric value with exhibit C top most geometric value and then keep on moving forward exhibit A next item towards left and exhibit C next item towards bottom. It will be seen that there is definite match, confirming the fact that the geometric values in the code exhibit A has not been put at random, but that they are in the same sequence as the Arabic words in the commemoration. The Level is 9 “Misconceptions clarified; indeed these misconceptions are covered in the conclusion. Position is 4 which is the last digit in the multiple of 19 exhibit B highlighted above. This Position describes “Act of Righteousness”, indeed this code and the confirmation of the “commemoration” has been validated as a righteous act.


The following is the commemoration recited during Hajj and Umrah confirmed by the miracle of 19;

Each Arabic word in the following phrase from right to left had its geometric value calculated as illustrated in the following table;


اللَّهُ أَكْبَرُ اللَّهُ أَكْبَرُ لَا إلَهَ إلَّا اللَّهُ وَاَللَّهُ أَكْبَرُ اللَّهُ أَكْبَرُ وَلِلَّهِ الْحَمْد

 Exhibit C


































Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, La Ilaha Ilallahu Wallahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Wa Lillahil Hamd.


Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest. There is no deity besides Allah and Allah is the greatest. Allah is the greatest and all praises are for Allah only.



It is lot to take in; the reader is advised to read this article few times in order to assimilate what is on this page!


This code has confirmed that the Arabic commemoration as put forward by Hadith is correct. This commemoration is now part of the Quran and the truth!


The coding mechanism described here is a very powerful tool to have, where good can be sifted from bad! Hadith might have some useful information in it but the only way to confirm this information to be totally true is by using this tool.


As you can see the verses (2:198, 200 and 203) are only referring to Hajj and Umrah. So because of this fact it is advised not to extend this information to our daily Salat. The Arabic commemoration proven by this code is only specific to Hajj and Umrah. It is not part of Salat! This fact is confirmed by the context of the verses (2:198, 200 & 203) where it is clear that this commemoration should be recited all the time during Hajj and Umrah, but nowhere does it suggest that it is part of Salat. The tone of recitation is moderate for both men and women. This fact is known to us by the following verse;


(17:110) Say, "Call Him GOD, or call Him Most Gracious; whichever name you use, to Him belongs the best names." You shall not utter your Contact Prayers (Salat) too loudly, nor secretly; use a moderate tone.


This verse also confirms that the daily Salats should also be recited in moderate tone and not silently!


I hope the reader recognises the benefits of this miracle, after reading the conclusion which has pointed out many discrepancies which todays Muslims adhered to by following Hadith!