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THE SUN RISES IN THE WEST – PROGRAMMED COINCIDENCE


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             of  Medina  2  according  to  Shayba ,  whom  I  shall  indicate  in  a
             simplified way in this study as the "v.-count of Medina 2-S".

             Whenever  necessary  and/or  appropriate,  I  shall  specify  what
             happens in the other nine v.-counts: the two v.-counts of Medina 1
             (one according to Abû Ja far and the other according to Shayba),
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             the v.-count of Medina 2 according to Abû Ja far, both v.-counts of
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             Mecca, the two v.-counts of Basra, and at last that of Damascus and
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             that  of  Ḥoms .  This  presentation,  based  on  a  scientific
             methodology, will provide researchers with the data that will allow
             them to compare each of the eleven verse-counts.

             As  a  logical  consequence  of  the  variations  in  the  cutting  of  the
             chapters into verses, some of them are shorter or longer, while the
             total number of words in the chapter remains the same.

             Just as for the letter codes, the present test is to know wether the
             differences in the verse cutting, and thus of the numbering of the
             verses, also constitute a coding confirming the message unveiled in
             the Qurân about the Science of the Hour.

             Some of the mathematical observations I have presented up to now
             take  into  account  the  numbering  of  the  verses.  We  will  see  that
             their transposition from one verse-count to another often reinforces
             the  initial  observation,  or  gives  place  to  new  observations  as
             rigorous, or even complementary.

             Let us take the term "the Hour," cited only once in chapter 19:

             "Say:  ‘Whoever  was  astray,  then,  that  The  Origin  Extends  for
             him  an  extension’;  until,  when  they  saw  what  is  Promised  to
             them, either the torment and or the Hour (Deploying), then they
             will know who is worse, situation, and weaker militant"


             1  With one exception in chapter 67, which contains 30 verses. Indeed, according
             to the compilers, this chapter has 31 verses in the v.-count of Medina 2 according
             to Shayba. Cf. volume 1, chapter Introduction to the Qurân (Only one Qurân,
             several Readings and verse-counts).
             2   Cf.  volume  1,  chapter  Introduction  to  the  Qurân  (Only  one  Qurân,  several
             Readings and verse-counts).

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