NOTICE: This article is a reproduction from Submitters Perspective No 62, January 1990 Special Bonus Issue.
The Arabic alphabet consists of 28 letters, and each letter has a universally established gematrical value. The 28 letters and their values are shown in the Table to the right. (now below) Brother Azhar Khan wrote down the 28 gematrical values, next to each other, to form one long number as shown below. He then asked his computer to divide this long number by 19, and sure enough, it is a multiple of 19. This proves that Almighty God has created and designed the Arabic language to conform with the Quran’s 19-based mathematical code (Please see 30:22).
Many people still ask this preliminary question. When we tell them that 19 is the gematrical value of “ONE” (WAHD = 6 + 1 + 8 + 4 = 19), they question the validity of these values. Now we have the ultimate confirmation:
The gematrical values of all the letters of the Arabic alphabet written next to each other: a multiple of 19.
(19 x 64977257422121265821425310579052789684474000368842579000)