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Subject: The Quran and Cosmology: The Qur'aan Cosmological Model - a delineation of the origin, evolution and final fate of the Universe as it is contained in the Qur'aan.

It is a book that I am working on for over thirty years and I am making all the information freely available to all. I hope that if there is any matter that is not clear, it could be pointed out and discussed. Here are two articles I wrote for a local newspaper in 1991.I have expanded considerably upon them since that time. The detailed posts and discussions will follow inshaa ALLAAH. I have and am still discussing the subject on other forums ( non Muslim as well) and it has always attracted the most views from the forum members and guests.

Article One
The Qur’aan Cosmological Model is based upon two verses of The Qur’aan. The Qur’aan is composed of about 6300 verses. These two Qur’aanic verses contain within themselves the plan or cosmological structure and design of the entire universe from before T = 0 (Time was equal to zero) until again when T = 0 (Time will again be Zero) and after.
The two Qur’aanic cosmological verses state as follows;

Qur’aan Chapter 021:030
-that the entire universe i.e. the sun, moon, stars and all other extra-terrestrial phenomena as well as the earth became ‘a singular mass’ in higher dimensional time reversed.
-that ‘the singular mass’ underwent a splitting apart as observed at present time.

Qur’aan Chapter 021:104
-that the universe would continue in its splitting apart phase until it had reached a maximum splitting apart or maximum expansion.
-that the universe would one day again contract and become ‘a singular mass’.
-that ‘the singular mass’ would again undergo a splitting apart to form another universe.

The implications of the analyses of the data derived from the above two Qur’aanic cosmological verses are earthshaking.
Firstly, it took thousands of years, thousands of the most intelligent men and women who ever lived, studying many branches of knowledge to reach the same conclusion as chapter 021:030 of The Qur’aan, the first mentioned cosmological verse that states that the universe was ‘a singular mass’ which then split apart.
Secondly, this was contained in Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity which he published in 1916, soon afterwards explained by Alexander Friedman in 1922 and later verified by Edwin Hubble in 1929, when he was commissioned to search the depth of the universe through the most advanced scientific instrument at the time, the newly built one hundred inch diameter Mount Wilson Telescope.
Humanity’s knowledge about the universe was drastically changed at Hubble’s discovery and set her thinking on a completely different path. The world thought and to this date still thinks that it was a new discovery, but within the Qur’aan the statement laid dormant for thirteen hundred years. Up to that date not even the greatest Muslim scholars of The Qur’aan fathomed its meaning. Even to this date [1991, the Era of The space Telescope] very few are aware of it.

Muslim News Newspaper June 1991


Article Two
Profoundly more thought provoking of the two Qur’aanic verses is the fathoming of verse 021:104.The analysis of this verse indicates that the universe in its vertical evolution, since the time of its primordial distention has not yet reached maximum expansion. It is also further adduced via inference and allusion that the universe in its horizontal evolution has not yet reached maximum expansion limitation.
It also categorically asserts that the universe would eventually start a phase of contraction. Thus having reached the singular mass stage again would it split apart as expressed in verse 021:030.
The above data derived from the Qur’aan are not only astounding but as has been said before also earthshaking. The analyses of the data answer many questions that have puzzled and are still puzzling the minds of the greatest scientists of the twentieth century.
For example, cosmologists would like to know what the deceleration parameter of the universe is. From the highest present level of knowledge is it;
q < ½
q = ½
q > ½
(q = deceleration parameter)
According to the models of Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and other cosmologists it is q = ½. According to Fred Hoyle and others who support the static universe concept it is q = -1.Yet others have described a universe that makes q = 0. According to another group it is q > ½. The Qur’aan Cosmological Model delineates it q > ½.
The preponderance of the evidence at present indicates that the universe is open (q < ½).The Hubble Space Telescope and other advanced scientific instruments being built will through much light upon these matters. We would probably in the next ten years know what the deceleration parameter of the universe is. Until then, we must all await the outcome of the evidence. As far as self-assertion is concerned, the Qur’aan is the only scientific document that categorically asserts the correctness of its delineation i.e. that the deceleration parameter of the universe is q > ½ .Others have not bound themselves in this way as yet in whichever way.

To back up its statement the Qur’aan challenges the five billion three hundred and fifty million people on earth to investigate more than one hundred branches of knowledge. After having done so, the Qur’aan continues, “then humanity will reach the same conclusion”. It then wants to know from humanity why they will not accept its being the Truth- that it is knowledge of ALLAAH (God), the Evolver of existence, that was revealed via the brain of an illiterate man whose lecturing and teaching thereof then revolutionized and overturned the religious, political, economical, sociological and military systems of the world within a few years about one thousand four hundred years ago.

Muslim News Newspaper July 1991




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That ends the two quoted articles I wrote about the Qur’aan Cosmological Model (QCM) just over twenty years ago. If I had written it today I would probably have written it a little different. Nevertheless it serves its purpose here as an introduction to what the Qur’aan Cosmological Model is.

So in more detail, what is the Qur’aan Cosmological Model (QCM)?
The Qur’aan Cosmological Model (QCM) is a mathematical and graphical presentation of the origin, evolution, and ultimate fate of the universe as it is contained in just two verses of the Qur’aan. These two verses provide us with the key words that describe the general evolution of the universe.
Kh alqan = Tayyan +Ratqan +Fatqan +2Tayyan +2Ratqan +2Fatqan.
C reation = Turn in +Rotate + Fire out +2Turn in +2Rotate +2Fire out.(an example)
The initial letters of these key words produce the following algorithmic compression;
Kh = T +R +F +2T +2R +2F
Arabic is a language based on what we call root letters. From these root letters the entire language is built up. They are all consonants which are formed into patterns of two, three, or four. The Arabic language has 28 consonants and a special letter we call laam ‘alif. There are also only three vowels and vowel signs in the language which can be either short or long and when used are written either above or below the consonants to produce the words and in this case the root letters which are all verbs in the third person past tense. Don’t worry about all the details at this stage because they will all be wonderfully and easily explained further on and then everything will be easily understood.
It will be seen that when we run the Qur’aanic Cosmological Model Algorithmic Compression (QCMAC)
Kh = T +R +F +2T +2R +2F
through the fundamental structure of the Arabic language then we witness a magnificent display of verbs, nouns, and adjectives that go back to describe each and every phase of the universe at its exact time and place in great detail. We are presented without exaggeration hundreds of beautiful drawings of the phases the universe undergoes from its cosmological origin, through its cosmological evolution, and until its eventual cosmological End. And upon that we also see the derivation of many simple and logical abbreviations that precisely describe each and every phase of the universe. And then further beyond that we realize and see how the actions of the universe drive life into the dead and empty of meaning fundamental building blocks of the language- which are all the fundamental verbal patterns (The Qur'aan Lexicographical Model (QLM)) from which are derived the words of the language.
That in a nutshell is the Qur’aan Cosmological Model (QCM). We shall go into great detail inshaa allaah.

Below is a graphical illustration of The Qur'aan Cosmological Model.
 In posts to follow I shall go into a detailed analysis of the Two Qur'aan Cosmological Verses associated with The Qur'aan Cosmological Model.




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« Reply #2 on: Jul 20, 2013 08:53 PM »

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 Before we can embark on this simple quest to see whether or not the Qur'aan contains a satisfactory and complete explanation for the existence of the universe, we need first have to present from the Qur'aan itself the relevant Qur'aanic verses for analysis.
For the sake of not wanting to be accused (especially by non Muslims) of not faithfully rendering the appropriate Qur'aanic verses I have decided to present, for now, the translations of mostly non-Muslim scholars to remove any such doubts. Over half of the presented translations go back prior to 1929 before it was discovered that the universe was undergoing expansion.Therefore it cannot be said that this knowledge of the 'big bang' is not contained in the Qur'aan.
Remember these are only translations and not the real Qur'aan which is in the perfect branch of the Arabic language which Arabs (overwhelmingly) in the world do not speak.
 The two Qur'aanic Cosmological verses go into very great detail about the entire structure of the universe from before its beginning until after its ultimate fate. The General Theory of Relativity is but a dot as compared to the details one find in these two Qur'aanic cosmological verses.I present to you here the first of the two Qur'aanic cosmological verses that when place together produces hundreds of geometric delineations of the various phases of the universe including details beyond plank time. After I have presented the second two Qur'aanic cosmological verses in posts to follow I shall begin with the detailed analysis

Translation of the first of the two Qur'aanic Cosmological Verses: The Qur'aan Chapter 21:30 The Prophets.
(01) - 1734 translation
---
Do not the unbelievers therefore know,
that the heavens and the earth were solid
and
We clave the same in sunder
And
made every living thing of water?
Will they not therefore believe?
-
George Sale pub.1734 Christian Scholar

- - -

(02) - 1861 translation
---
Do not the infidels see
that the heavens and the earth were both a solid mass,
and
that we clave them asunder,
and
that by means of water we give life to everything?
Will they not then believe?
-
Rev. John Medows Rodwell pub. 1861 Christian Scholar

- - -

(03) - 1880 translation
---
Do not those who misbelieve see
that the heavens and the earth were both solid,
and
we burst them asunder;
and
we made from water every living thing –
will they then not believe?
-
Edward Henry Palmer pub. 1880 Christian Scholar

- - -

(04) - 1917 translation
---
Do not those who disbelieve see
that the heavens and the earth were closed up,
so
We rent them.
And
We made from water everything living.
Will they not then believe?
-
Maulana Muhammad Ali pub. 1917 Ahmadi Muslim Scholar

- - -

(05) - 1930 translation
---
Have not those who disbelieve known
that the heavens and the earth were of one piece,
then We parted them,
and
we made every living thing of water?
Will they not then believe?
-
M. Marmaduke Pickthall pub. 1930 Christian turn Muslim Scholar

- - -

(06) - 1934 translation
---
Do not the Unbelievers see
that the heavens and the earth were joined together (as one unit of creation),
before we clove them asunder?
We made from water every living thing.
Will they not then believe?
-
Abdullah Yusuf Ali pub. 1934 Muslim Scholar

- - -

(07) - 1955 translation
---
Have not the unbelievers then beheld
that the heavens and the earth were a mass all sewn up,
and
then We unstitched them
and
of water fashioned every living thing?
Will they not believe?
-
Arthur John Arberry pub. 1955 Christian Scholar

- - -

(08) - 1956 translation
---
Are the disbelievers unaware
that the heavens and the earth were but one solid mass
which We tore asunder,
and
that We made every living thing from water?
Will they not have faith?
-
Nessim Joseph Dawood pub. 1956 Jewish Scholar

- - -

To be continued inshaa allaah.
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This is the second of the two Qur,aanic cosmological verses we have mentioned in the previous post. They are translations mostly by non-Muslim scholars and prior to the discovery of the expansion of the universe by Edwin Hubble in 1929. These translations are not perfect but they give the idea of what we are going to present here.

Translation of the second of the two Qur'aanic Cosmological Verses: The Qur'aan Chapter 21:104 The Prophets.
(01) - 1734 translation
---
On that day
We will roll up the heavens,
as the angel al Sijil rolleth up the book wherein every man's actions are recorded.
As We made the first creature out of nothing,
so We will also reproduce it at the resurrection.
This is a promise which it lieth on Us to fulfil:We will surely perform it.
-
George Sale pub. 1734 Christian Scholar
- - -

(02) - 1861 translation
---
On that day
we will roll up the heaven
as one rolleth up written scrolls.
As we made the first creation,
so will we bring it forth again.
This promise bindeth us; verily, we will perform it.
-
Rev. John Medows Rodwell pub. 1861 Christian Scholar
- - -

(03) - 1880translation
---
The day when
we will roll up the heavens
as es-Sigill rolls up the books;
as we produced it at its first creation
will we bring it back again –
a promise binding upon us; verily, we are going to do it.
-
Edward Henry Palmer pub. 1880 Christian Scholar
- - -

(04) - 1917translation
---
The day
when We roll up heaven
like the rolling up of the scroll of writings.
As We began the first creation,
We shall reproduce it.
A promise (binding) on Us.
We shall bring it about.
-
Maulana Muhammad Ali pub. 1917 Ahmadi Muslim Scholar
- - -

(05) - 1930translation
---
The Day
when We shall roll up the heavens
as a recorder rolleth up a written scroll.
As We began the first creation,
We shall repeat it.
(It is) a promise (binding) upon Us. Lo! We are to perform it.
-
M. Marmaduke Pickthall pub. 1930 Christian Scholar turned Muslim Scholar
- - -

(06) - 1934translation
---
The Day
that We roll up the heavens
like a scroll rolled up for books (completed),-
even as We produced the first creation,
so shall We produce a new one:
a promise We have undertaken: truly shall We fulfil it.
-
Abdullah Yusuf Ali pub. 1934 Muslim Scholar
- - -

(07) - 1955 translation
---
On the day
when We shall roll up heaven
as a scroll is rolled for the writings;
as We originated the first creation,
so We shall bring it back again –
a promise binding on Us; so We shall do.
-
Arthur John Arberry pub. 1955 Christian Scholar
- - -

(08) - 1956translation
---
On that day
We shall roll up the heaven
like a scroll of parchment.
Just as We brought the First Creation into being,
so will We restore it.
This is a promise We shall assuredly fulfil.
-
Nessim Joseph Dawood pub. 1956 Jewish Scholar
- - -

(9) - 1980translation
---
On that Day
We shall roll up the skies
as written scrolls are rolled up;
[and] as We brought into being the first creation,
so We shall bring it forth anew
a promise which We have willed upon Ourselves: for, behold, We are able to do [all things]!
-
Muhammad Asad pub. 1980 Jewish Scholar turned Muslim Scholar
- - -

All the translators quoted so far were men and now I will end off with a lady by the name of Aisha. She who is named after the beloved wife of the prophet (S+).

(10) - 1999translation
---
That Day
We will fold up heaven
like folding up the pages of a book.
As We originated the first creation
so We will regenerate it.
It is a promise binding on Us. That is what We will do.
-
Aisha Bewley pub. 1999 Muslim Scholar


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Continued from Post 01

Post 05



Let us now present the first of the two Qur’aan Cosmological Model (QCM) verses from the 'real' Qur'aan; meaning the one in Arabic as it has been presented by the Prophet (S+). Let us begin the exposition!

Here is the Arabic text of the first Qur’aan Cosmological Model verse with transliteration.Don't be dismayed if you cannot read the Arabic because it is the transliteration which we will be using here for our exposition.


Qur’aan 021:30

أَوَلَمْ يَرَ الَّذِينَ كَفَرُوا
أَنَّ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضَ كَانَتَا رَتْقًا
فَفَتَقْنَاهُمَا
وَجَعَلْنَا مِنَ الْمَاءِ كُلَّ شَيْءٍ حَيٍّ
أَفَلَا يُؤْمِنُونَ


transliteration

‘a-wa-lam yara lladhiyna kafaruw

‘anna as-samaawaati wa-l-‘arDa kaanataa Ratqan

fa-Fataq-naa humaa

wa-ja”al-naa min al-maa’i kulla shay’in hayyin

‘a-fa-laa yu’minuwna


Here I present the most accurate translation of the verse. Though by no means perfect. I have not translated the key words because they are technical terms in their own right and cannot be translated without grave loss of the original. I will select and explain each of them adequately with proofs from the Qur'aan itself as well as the authoritative Arabic dictionaries.

translation

Have those who have disbelieved now not seen:-

that the samaawaat and the ‘arD

(1)- were both Ratqan

(2)- and so We Fataq them both again.

And We made from water every living thing.

Will they now not believe?


This verse contains an encyclopedia of information of which I will touch upon only the cosmological aspects. To do that I will simply extract the parts of the verse that I have already colored in.

that the samaawaat and the ‘arD

(1)- were both Ratqan

(2)- and so We Fataq them both again.


What is the verse actually saying. When we read it at face value we see that it speaks about how ALLAAH (God) brought about the creation of the universe we happen to find ourselves living in. This earth upon which we live, the sun and the moon and the stars, and everything else that the universe contains.
Let us go over it again exactly as it is written.


ALLAAH says, "
that the samaawaat and the ‘arD

(1)- were both Ratqan

(2)- and so We Fataq them both again."


I would like you to repeat the verse (if you do not know it already) at least three times so that you can become familiar with those four untranslated technical terms of which I have already said cannot be translated without grave lost of the original. The problem is that when scholars think that they can translate these technical terms of the Qur'aan into English or for that matter into any other language and they go ahead and then begin to do so they effectively make the Qur'aan completely dysfunctional. Then people who have no understanding of what the original is saying begin to read and study it and start making all kinds of proclamations as to what the Qur'aan is really saying. So they have misled themselves and all others who follow them and that goes for all those who repeat their behavior.

To be continued ( the explanation of the four Qur'aanic Cosmological Model Verses) inshaa allaah.
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The four technical terms are:-
- the samaawaat
- the ‘arD
- Ratqan
- Fataq

The definite article ‘al’ ‘the’ I have translated as 'the samaawaat' and not 'al-samaawaat'; and 'the ‘arD' and not 'al-‘arD'. You would have noticed that I have written ‘arD' with a capital D instead of with a small d. The reason for this is that there are two d’s in the Arabic language; one pronounced at the tip of the tongue like the ‘d’ in the English word ‘did’ and the other pronounced with the tongue against the roof of the mouth and similar to the ‘D’ in the English word ‘Dark’ but even more emphatic. It is said that the Arabic language is the only language which contains this letter or sound. In fact almost all Muslims mispronounce this emphatic ‘D’ and thus destroy the Qur’aan with their tongues without realizing it because every letter of the Qur’aan is a multi-dimensional space-time configuration. The Jews have done the same thing with the letters of the Torah which are also all multi-dimensional space-time configurations. The Christians have no part in this science because they have completely discarded the alphabet of the Bible and opted to translate and read the Holy Book in other alphabets and languages. For Example the letter ‘M’ called ‘MiyM’ and ‘Mem’ in Hebrew are the symbols for the mathematical equation of a circle x^2 + y^2 = r^2. This is what is referred to as the knowledge contained in all the Divine Books. If this knowledge is lost then virtually everything becomes lost. The Divine Books would then become interpretations of infinite duration- like it is now.

Let us look at the technical term samaawaat
samaawaat is the plural of the Arabic word samaa’. If we were to open an Arabic dictionary like that of Edward William Lane which was published in 1865 and regarded as one of the greatest dictionaries of all time we will find the following definitions or explanations.[/font]

As a verb:
- he or it was, or became, high, lofty, raised, upraised, uplifted, upreared, exalted, or elevated. [/font]
- he or it rose, or rose high.
-he or it rose higher or above.

As a noun:

-the higher, or upper, or highest, or uppermost, part of anything.
-the sky, or heavens.

Let us look at the technical term‘arD.
As a verb:

- he or it became lowly or submissive.
- he or it became or rendered heavy, slow, sluggish, inclining, or propending, to the ground.
-it collected moisture, and became luxuriant with herbage
-it became soft to tread upon, pleasant to sit upon, productive, and good in its herbage or vegetation.
-the ulcer, or sore, became blistered, and wide, and corrupt, and dissundered.

As a noun:
With the definite article ‘the’

- the earth as opposed to heaven.
-the ground, as meaning the surface of the earth, on which we tread and sit and lie.
-the floor

Without the definite article ‘the’

- a land, or a country.
- a piece of land or ground.
- anything that is low.

Let us look at the technical term - Ratqan.
From the verb: Rataqa

- he closed up.
- he sewed up, or together.

Ratqan
- closed up.
- sewn up.

Let us look at the technical term - Fataq.
It is the verb: - Fataqa

- he slit it, rent it, rent it asunder or open, or divided it lengthwise.
- he disjoined it, or disunited it
- he undid the sewing of it, unsewed it, or unstitched it
(- became swollen, or inflated, in the flanks.
- appeared after concealment.)

As the noun: -Fatqan
- a rent, slit, or the like.
- an open, and a spacious, place.

There we have the meanings of the four technical terms; as verbs as well as nouns.
We are now getting close to the formation of the Qur’aan Cosmological Model. After that the QCM will start to come alive.
Have again another good look at the Qur’aan Cosmological Model below. Can you begin to recognize where we are in the Model.




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Again let us look at the first Qur'aan Cosmological Model (QCM) verse that I have already presented and which we are now going to analyze via the meaning and definitions of its four technical terms.

Be reminded that these four Qur'aan Cosmological Model (QCM) technical terms that have already been explained earlier are all found in the Arabic - English Lexicon by Edward William Lane. This Arabic - English Lexicon by Edward William Lane is the greatest, on every level, Arabic - English dictionary ever produced in the English language and virtually contains the entire Classical Arabic Language upon which the Qur'aan is based. Edward William Lane was called, in his lifetime, the master of the Arabic Language. It is a work of breathless achievement - one of the greatest heights a scholar could attain to maximum precise detail. I present to you the publishers note for further elaboration.

Edward William Lane's ARABIC - ENGLISH LEXICON Book 1 contains all the classical words, their derivatives, and their usages. It appears in eight separate volumes and took the author more than thirty years to compile.

Book II, which Dr. Lane contemplated and which was to contain rare words and explanations, was incomplete at the time of his death in 1876 and therefore never appeared.

In describing Lane’s Lexicon, Dr. G. P. Badger wrote, “This marvelous work in its fullness and richness, its deep research correctness and simplicity of arrangement far transcends the Lexicon of any language ever presented to the world.”

And as Dr. Lane sets it out on the face page,
“Containing all the classical words and significations commonly known to the learned among the Arabs.”

For this reason we shall use this great lexicon which was mostly completed by 1876 (and 53 years before the discovery of the expansion of the universe by Edwin Hubble in 1929 that mightily changed our perception of the universe) for the explanation of the Qur'aan Cosmological Model (QCM) technical terms. If we do this we can never be accused of 'wangling' the words of the Qur'aan to fit up with what scientists have discovered only later. And those Arabic words presented by Lane are non other than the very Arabic words he had selected from the great Arabic dictionaries that go back up to over a thousand years earlier and that ultimately get traced back to the tongue of the Messenger of ALLAAH (S+) to whom the Qur'aan was revealed.
In posts to follow we shall begin to analyze the QCM technical terms we have mentioned, present their geometrical mathematical delineations, extrapolate their mathematical equations and so forth.


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I hope that you have read my previous posts. If you did not then it will be difficult for you to follow and I will not be able to answer any of your questions which you may have.

We are now coming very close to seeing the visual presentation of the Qur'aan Cosmological Model extrapolated from the two Qur'aan Cosmological Model verses. Therefore let us now again here present the first Qur'aan Cosmological Model verse and then analyze it but this time via the meaning and definitions of its four technical terms as found in the great Arabic - English dictionary as compiled by Edward William Lane over 53 years prior to the discovery of the expansion of the universe by Edwin Hubble in 1929.



First QCM Verse 021:030

Have those who have disbelieved now not seen:-

that the samaawaat and the ‘arD

(1)- were both Ratq

(2)- and so We Fataq them both again.

And We made from water every living thing.

Will they now not believe?



The Qur'aan is a divine book that addresses humanity throughout time.Therefore certain passages are not always clear to those who do not understand this important principal. The first QCM verse is one of those time event verses that will only become fully understood and appreciated after the subject of its statement has become known. This is not because the Qur'aan is not clear on the matter but because the nature of man is that he will not accept that which he has physically seen or proven - one of the great qualities of man if one removes any type of belief from his personality. Another quality of man is that he likes to conform with 'what is' and dislikes to be disturbed from his perceived comfort zones even if they might turn out to be wrong - one of the bad qualities of man.

If we look at the first QCM verse we see that it is a definite statement made about something and framed into a question that demands reflection and an answer. A reflection and an answer that could never have made sense to anyone prior to 1929 when it was discovered that the universe was expanding and by implication had to originate from some point back in time. Therefore it is a verse that most appropriately applies to our generation and our generation only. What a great honour and a concern that must be. For if it is like that then we must ask why are we being addressed? What is the purpose of it all?

Let us look at and ponder over the question! We observe that ALLAAH (God) the Originator of the Heavens and the Earth (i.e. the Universe) addresses a group of people whom He calls 'those who have disbelieved'. He asks them via the believers the following question, " Have you now not seen?" And what is it that ALLAAH asks them what they have now not seen? He says,
that the samaawaat and the ‘arD

(1)- were both Ratq

(2)- and so We Fataq them both again.

And what is the samaawaat and what is the ‘arD that He describe were both once upon a time Ratq and that He then did Fataq them both again.
In the next post we shall analyze the two important Qur'aan Cosmological Model technical terms 'samaawaat' and 'arD' and as we have already said but this time via the meaning and definitions as found in the great Arabic - English dictionary compiled by Edward William Lane over 53 years prior to the discovery of the expansion of the universe by Edwin Hubble in 1929.
We will also have a look at who the exact people are whom are being addressed in the Qur'aan.


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Defining samaa’ (singular of samaawaat) the first important Qur'aan Cosmological Model technical term.

It is sometimes important just to repeat certain keywords or phrases in order to become familiar with the concepts involved. There must be understanding and not just casual reading. It is always good for you to revise or go over the previous posts. You will be amazed how much you have missed before and how much you would have gained from a second, a third and so forth repeated reading.

Let us now analyze the two important Qur'aan Cosmological Model technical terms 'samaawaat' and '‘arD' as found in the great Arabic - English dictionary compiled by Edward William Lane over 53 years prior to the discovery of the expansion of the universe by Edwin Hubble in 1929.


What is the samaawaat?


As it has been said before ‘samaawaat’ is the plural of the Arabic word ‘samaa’’ and is derived from the Arabic root verb meaning:

- he or it was, or became, high, lofty, raised, upraised, uplifted, upreared, exalted, or elevated.
- he or it rose, or rose high.
- he or it rose higher or above.


As a noun it has the following meanings:

- the higher, or upper, or highest, or uppermost, part of anything.
- the sky, or heavens.


Let us analyze the meaning of the word ‘samaa’’ which is the singular of 'samaawaat'.

When we study the Qur'aan we will see that the word ‘samaa’’ and its plural 'samaawaat' occurs about about 310 times in the Qur'aan. When these verses are studied it will be seen that the word ‘samaa’’ is not an object but refers to the open space that surrounds the objects of the universe or in other words it is the depiction of the vast space in which all the elements of the universe find itself including the Sun, the Moon, and the Stars. It refers to that part of the Universe in which motion and 'clumpiness' take place. Here is a verse of the Qur'aan that gives us that depiction:

The Qur'aan 22:18

"...that unto ALLAAH bow down whoever is in the samaawaat... and the Sun, and the Moon, and the Stars..."

The Qur'aan also gives other descriptions for various types of samaa' such as for example that part immediately above the earth where the birds fly.

The Qur'aan 16:79
"... the birds that are subjected to the jaww (the air or atmosphere) of the samaa’."

The Qur'aan 41:11
Another verse which we shall not go into here for now says that 'the samaa' was in a certain 'smoke' state and ALLAAH caused it to undergo a state of obedience and then He completed it as seven samaawaat (plural of samaa’). We are told that the seven samaawaat are like enormous spheres one beyond the other and that our position is in the lowest of the samaawaat and is callad the samaa’ of the dunyaa (world or lower world).

The Qur'aan contrasts samaa’ with ‘arD which are two opposing but complementary states of the universe: Space versus Matter. One inherently expansive and the other inherently contractive.

In the next post I shall define the Qur'aan Cosmological Model technical term '‘arD' as found in the great Arabic - English dictionary compiled by Edward William Lane over 53 years prior to the discovery of the expansion of the universe by Edwin Hubble in 1929. After that, we shall begin with the construction of the Qur'aan Cosmological Model.


Below is a graphical illustration for the Qur'aan Cosmological Model Technical Term samaa' (singular of samaawaat).



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Subject: The Quran and Cosmology:
The Qur'aan Cosmological Model - a delineation of the origin, evolution and final fate of the Universe as it is contained in the Qur'aan.



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Defining 'arD the second important Qur'aan Cosmological Model Technical Term (QCMTT).

Let us now analyze and define the second important Qur'aan Cosmological Model Technical Term ‘arD as it is found in the great Arabic - English dictionary compiled byDr Edward William Lane over 50 years prior to the discovery of the expansion of the universe by Edwin Hubble in 1929.


What is the ‘arD?

As it has been said before ‘arD is derived from the Arabic root verb meaning:

- he or it became lowly or submissive.
- he or it became or rendered heavy, slow, sluggish, inclining, or propending, to the ground.
- it collected moisture, and became luxuriant with herbage
- it became soft to tread upon, pleasant to sit upon, productive, and good in its herbage or vegetation.
- the ulcer, or sore, became blistered, and wide, and corrupt, and dissundered.


As a noun:

With the definite article ‘the’ it has the following meanings:

- the earth as opposed to heaven.
- the ground, as meaning the surface of the earth, on which we tread and sit and lie.
- the floor

without the definite article ‘the’ it has the following meanings:

- a land, or a country.
- a piece of land or ground.
- anything that is low.


Let us analyze the meaning of the word ‘arD from the given definitions and present some statements from the Qur'aan.
When we study the Qur'aan we will see that the word‘arD appears about 461 times in the Qur'aan. When these verses are studied it will be seen that the word ‘arD is representative of an object that is surrounded by space or embedded in space or occupying space. It will further also be seen that the word ‘arD has a number of meanings which adequately describe a range of phenomena:
- from the stuff of which one's body is composed of;
- from the soil one can keep in one's hand;
- the plot of ground one lives upon;
- the land one lives in; the continent one is associated with;
- the planet one lives on;
- and all other planets and objects that clump and occupy space throughout the entire universe as well as all the mass of the universe when brought back together again as one entity called Ratq .

From here it will be seen that the term ‘arD in addition to being an object occupying space is also the substance of which the physical object consists of. And above all it is the name of the unique planet called the 'arD (the Earth) where ALLAAH (GOD) let man (and woman) dwell to work the good work; then earn his (or her) reward; and then afterwards to be taken to the world of His Mercy and Promise before His Anger is unleashed over billions of years and the universe comes crushing down upon itself and upon all those who were left behind and denied the plea for the mercy to die. That is what is written in the Qur'aan.

The Qur'aan also says that the Earth has similarities to the seven samaawaat.There are the continents that are spreading apart like the expansion and there are the layers of the earth like the structure of the seven samaawaat. There are more similarities that can be discussed but they are not part of this presentation which is to prove our main point of the thread.

The Qur'aan 65:12
"It is ALLAAH (God) who created the seven samaawaat, and of the ‘arD their like, between them the Command descending, that you may know that ALLAAH (God) is powerful over everything and that ALLAAH (God) encompasses everything in knowledge."

As we said before the Qur'aan contrasts ‘arD with samaa’ which are two opposing but complementary states of the universe: Matter verses Space- one inherently contractive and the other inherently expansive.

Below is a display of graphical illustrations for the Qur'aan Cosmological Model Technical Term 'arD




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The Qur'aan Cosmological Model - a delineation of the origin, evolution and final fate of the Universe as it is contained in the Qur'aan.

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We have reached the point in this expatiation of The Qur'aan Cosmological Model that we can begin to penetrate into its depths. Up to this point I have attempted to make known that the Qur'aan does contain a comprehensive explanation for the existence of the universe.

As I said in a previous post:
The Qur’aan Cosmological Model is a mathematical and graphical presentation of the origin, evolution, and ultimate fate of the current universe as it is contained in just two verses of the Qur’aan. These two verses provide us with the key words that describe the general evolution of the universe.

Khalqan = Tayyan +Ratqan +Fatqan +2Tayyan +2Ratqan +2Fatqan.

A near example in English:
Creation = Turn in +Rotate + Fire out +2Turn in +2Rotate +2Fire out.

The initial letters of these key words produce the following algorithmic compression:

Kh = T +R +F +2T +2R +2F

Arabic [/color]is a language based on what we call root letters. From these root letters the entire language is built up. They are all consonants which are formed into patterns of two’s three’s or four’s. The Arabic language has 28 consonants and a special letter we call laam ‘alif. There are also only three vowels and vowel signs in the language which can be either short or long and when used are written either above or below the consonants to produce the words and in this case the root letters which are all verbs in the third person past tense. Don’t worry about all the details at this stage because they will all be wonderfully and easily explained further on and then everything will be easily understood.

It will be seen that when we run the Qur’aanic cosmological algorithmic compression:

Kh = T +R +F +2T +2R +2F

through the fundamental structure of the Arabic language, then we witness a magnificent display of verbs, nouns, and adjectives that go back to describe each and every phase of the universe at its exact time and place in great detail. We are presented without exaggeration hundreds of beautiful informative illustrations of the phases the universe undergoes from its cosmological origin, through its cosmological evolution, and until its eventual cosmological end. And upon that we also see the derivation of many simple and logical abbreviations that precisely describe each and every phase of the universe. And then further beyond that we realize and see how the actions of the universe drive life into the dead and empty of meaning fundamental building blocks of the language - which are all the fundamental verbal patterns from which are derived the words of the language.
That in a nutshell is the Qur’aan Cosmological Model.

Have a good look at the illustrations on the chart below: Fig.001 Ratq-Fa-Fatq.
Don't miss out at this point. I will from time to time refer to previous posts that I have prepared to make our journey easy as we arrive at the steps to enter The Greatest Cosmological Model of all time. Remember that this so far is still only the less than one percent of The Qur'aan Cosmological Model.



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