I explained that 19 is the gematrical value of “one” and “guidance”. 19 is the symbol of the Oneness of God, the most important message in Holy scriptures.

The words “one” and “guidance” seem important because it supports

the idea of God that the Qu’ran promotes. But would you, Pierre,

see it as equally important if the gematrical values of some

negative words were multiples of 19? These words should have

equal import, if they exist in the Qu’ran. What if “two”, “none”,

“lie”, “false”, “abandon”, “murderer”, “infidel”, “Christian”,

“monster” or some word that disagrees with the Qu’ran has an

Arabic gematrical multiple of 19?

I think that you show favoritism for ideas that support the

Qu’ran and have a gematrical multiple of 19. While making your

assertions, Pierre, you never mention counter-points that you

divised and then disprove. That bias is the biggest obstacle that

the people here have to being convinced of your points, Pierre.

Keep in mind Pierre that the data you post is not yours, you didn’t

verify that it is accurate, you could verify it by writing a modern

program that analyzes the Unicode Arabic text of the Qu’ran in

the various ways that you claim. Once made, it can analyze any

electronic text, and the results of “Peter Pan” and such can be

compared to the Qu’ran to see if the Qu’ran is special somehow.

Here is an example of what a biased attitude can produce, we ALL

are susceptible to bias. A protest against Intelligent Design

started a few years ago by drawing a sloppy silly arbitrary clump

of pasta, the web site Venganza is part of that protest.

Many people now see that image occurring in nature. They post the

images to the web site (and its forum under General Discussion)

to prove that people can use their bias to see, even such an

arbitrary shape, in nature. Every child knows that it is fun

to see recognizable shapes in the clouds, and to see scorpions,

crabs, dippers, and hunters in the patterns of stars of the sky.

Many of your points about multiples of 19, Pierre, seem to be

examples of this sort of bias.

In addition the creation is also coded with 19: A german scientist, Dr. plichta, discovered that the periodic table of elements is coded with 19: http://www.submission.org/miracle/19-chemistry.html The earth-moon-sun align perfectly every 19 years, but who cares on this forum? Just another coincidence and baseless numerology!

I am no chemist, but my periodic table has 103 elements (it is old)

marking 90 of them as stable (1-92 excluding elements 43 and 61)

and your web site doesn’t account for the difference between 90

and the (multiple of 9) 81 elements that it claims are connected

to the number 19.

90

⎲ k / 19 = 215.52631, then subtracting 43 and 61 from the sum

⎳ of k’s and dividing by 19 equals 210.05263.

k=1 Neither result is a multiple of 19.

“That would be without importance in the number theory , if

the second element did not possess two protons, the third three

protons, the fourth four protons etc… In this way all elements

are consecutively represented from 1 to 83 nicely . This proves,

that the nature is very orderly.” (from that last URL)

That does not prove that nature is orderly. Whenever you have a

discrete unit of measurement (an electron, a proton, a kilometer,

a kilogram, a television channel, an audio CD (which might

hold 8, 9, 10, 11 ... songs), ... you will wind up with simple

integer arithmetic! That is what integer arithmetic was invented

to represent, discrete units of 1, the number 1 is the unit, unity.

We humans find integers easier, so we invented them, but real numbers

are more realistic and natural.

The Origin of the Periodic Table is a nice tutorial on the

structure of electron valances. It has a nice java applet that

shows that the pattern of electrons valances is not as simple

as atomic number plus one electron/proton pair equals the

atomic number plus one.