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By Ijaz Chaudry

A little note regarding (17:110-111):

Verses from the Quran;

     Tone of the Contact Prayers (Salat)

[17:110]  Say, "Call Him GOD, or call Him the 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.

[17:111]  And say: "Praise be to GOD, who has never begotten a son, nor does He have a partner in His kingship, nor does He need any ally out of weakness," and magnify Him constantly.

(17:110-111) and their relationship with Salat;

In essence (17:110-111) is a symbolic representation of the whole Salat.  It defines the tone of the Salat and the content summary of the Salat in a nutshell.  When one reads Salat one reads the Key chapter 1 which starts with … In the name of God Most Gracious Most Merciful, like (17:110) suggest and then in the sitting position one reads (17:111) and the rest of the Salat constitutes of magnifying God (17:111) for example when we bow down we magnify God by saying Allah Huakbar (God is Great) and also when we are moving from sitting to prostration position and so on.  So how do we know that (17:110-111) in essence is describing Salat?


*GV of  Al-Salat or Alif=1, Laam=30, Saad=90, Laam=30, Vaoe=6, Hae=5, Tae=400= 562;


Add 110 and 111 we get 221 concatenate 221 with chapter 17 and gv of Salat which is 562 we get;


 17 221 562 = 906398 x 19 and 17 221 562 / 190 = 90639.8;


 The Temporal connection is that the verses (17:110-111) are left most in the code, which means these verses are more recent in the evolution of Salat.  This is true because Quran was revealed in Arabic more recently then the actual Salat.  The actual Salat was revealed in Abraham’s life time (gv of Salat right most, earlier in history) in Hebrew.


Position 8 describes issues; today’s disbelievers have issues with Salat being from the Quran alone.  For example followers of Dr Rashad Khalifa may have majority of Salat from the Quran, but the final details are missing. For example his followers read Shahada in the kneeling position in the Salat, without any proof that it should be so. There is further confirmation in the following url that the Shahada should not be read in the kneeling position in the Salat;


Also the followers of Muhammad read Salat from the Hadith when it should be from the Quran (17:106-107);


17             106  A Quran that we have released slowly in order for you to read it to the people over a long period and we have sent it down in stages.

17              107  Proclaim "Believe in it or do not believe in it." Those who possess knowledge beforehand when it is recited to them they fall down to their chins prostrating.


The prostration mentioned in (17:107) has only one explanation which is that this prostration is the prostration in the Salat. Dr Rashad Khalifa and Muhammed are the two examples where Salat is not read in line with the Quran. There is an alternative to this which is to read the Salat prescribed by Al-Muzzammil from the Quran, don’t let other influences affect your judgement. Do the Salat proven by the Miracle of 19 as in the following link;


The Level is 6 the Theme of which is “Messenger related”.  This, code convey the context of Salat to be from the Quran by Al-Muzzammil.  While at the same time exposing the way the Salat’s are done by two other groups. Both these groups are changing the Salat according to their beliefs. Both these groups have the messengers as their idols, if only they could follow the Quran they would do Salat correctly. Therefore level 6 “Messenger related” is correct in pointing out that messengers are involved in this code, in both good and bad way. Following Quran is good, idolising messengers is bad, make your choice.


Magnify Him constantly;

GV of Salat, Al-Salat or Alif=1, Laam=30, Saad=90, Laam=30, Vaoe=6, Hae=5, Tae=400= 562I would like to clarify this point why the phrase “magnify Him constantly” mentioned in (17:111) is applied to Salat. If this was not specific to Salat then can you tell me how are we supposed to magnify God constantly, which in effect means magnifying God day and night without stopping (continually)? This of course is impossible, we are humans we need time to sleep rest and earn living. This phrase hence can only mean one thing to magnify God continually in a fixed number of times during the day (24 hrs), this we already do in our Salats. This fact is further confirmed when we look at it logically. We know that (17:111) is specific to Salat, therefore the word “constantly” used in (17:111) has to do with Salat.


And say: "Praise be to GOD, who has never begotten a son, nor does He have a partner in His kingship, nor does He need any ally out of weakness," and magnify Him constantly.