CODE: 19

CODE 19 is a collection of physically observable and verifiable patterns discovered in the Quran with the help of computers. This multi-layered code divinely interlinks all 6,346 verses together - while pointing to one single common denominator: 19. This Code was prophecised in the Quran (74:16-37).


The discovery of this code marks a new era for our generation and onwards. Humanity is now able to examine and appreciate a living, perpetual mathematical miracle with varying levels of complexity derived out of a 14 century old text that claims to be God's "Final Testament". It is a miracle truly meant for this generation surrounded by confusion and doubt. Many experience a paradigm shift after witnessing this miracle, achieving extreme certainty - rather than mere 'faith' and 'belief' in God. This miracle proves both God's existence and, with physical evidence, every statement in the Quran as undeniably true and of divine source.

Simple Facts

FACT 1. The Quran contains 114 (19 x 6) chapters.

FACT 2. The Quran contains 6346 (19 x 334) verses in total.

FACT 3. The digits making up the total verse count equal 6+3+4+6 = 19.

FACT 4. The opening statement of the Quran consists of 19 letters ( ب س م ا ل ل ه ا ل رح م ن ا ل رح ي م)

FACT 5. The opening statement occurs 114 (19 x 6) times overall in the Quran, and this is despite its conspicuous absence from chapter 9 (it occurs twice in chapter 27).

FACT 6. The ‘missing’ Basmalah in chapter 9 is compensated for precisely 19 chapters later (27:30) where it occurs the second time.

FACT 7. Between the same two points, the sum of chapters (9+10…+27) equals 342 (19 x 18). Though this is a mathematical property; we learn that this is in parallel with the number of words between these two Basmalah’s, which also equals 342 (19 x 18).

FACT 8. The first-revealed words (96:1-5) consist of 19 words.

FACT 9. The first-revealed words (96:1-5) also consist of 76 (19 x 4) letters.

FACT 10. The first-revealed chapter (96) consists of 19 verses.

FACT 11. The first revealed chapter (96) also consists of 285 (19 x 15) letters.

FACT 12. The first-revealed chapter (96) also is positioned 19th atop from the Quran.

FACT 13. The last-revealed chapter (110), a very short one, consists of 19 words.

FACT 14. The last-revealed chapter (110) also contains 19 letters in its first verse (110:1).

FACT 15. The Quran mentions 30 different unique numbers (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 19, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 99, 100, 200, 300, 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, 50,000, 100,000). The sum of these numbers equals 19 x 8534 (162,146).

FACT 16. In addition to whole numbers, there are 8 fractions mentioned in the Quran (1/10, 1/8, 1/6, 1/5, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3). Therefore in total the Quran contains 30 + 8 = 38 (19x2) numbers.

First Look

It is already very assuring to learn that God ensured Code 19 is apparent in the Quran just from the outset of the book. These facts are verifiable without even opening the book:

114 chapters: 19 x 6

6,346 verses: = 19 x 334 (& 6 + 3 + 4 + 6 = 19)

The first statement in the Quran ( ب س م ا ل ل ه ا ل رح م ن ا ل رح ي م ) is made up of exactly 19 letters. English: "In the name of God, most Gracious, most Merciful"

This statement occurs 114 (19 x 6) times throughout the Quran. This is despite its conspicous absence from Chapter 9, which has historically been a mystery. This missing opening statement was compensated for 19 chapters after 9, in chapter 27. It occurs twice therein, in the beginning (27:0) and middle (27:30). Learn more: Appendix 29: Missing Basmalah

Additionally, we learn that all 4 words in this phrase ("Name", "God", "Most Gracious", "Most Merciful") also occur in their own right throughout the Quran in multiples of 19!

📖 19x1 total occurrences of "Name" (19) in Quran

📖 19x142 total occurrences of "God" (2,698) in Quran

📖 19x3 total occurrences of "Most Gracious" (57) in Quran

📖 19x6 total occurrences of "Most Merciful" (114) in Quran

Their multiplication factors above also add up to a multiple of 19: 1+142+6+3 = 19x8 (152).

For further prove of assurance, God has miraculously linked the frequency of each word (19, 2698, 57, 114) to a special unique name of God.

📖 Numerical value of "one" (واحد) is 19.

📖 Numerical value of "Possessor of Infinite Grace" (ذو الفضل العظيم) is 2,698.

📖 Numerical value of "Glorious" (مجيد) is 57.

📖 Numerical value of "Gatherer" (جامع) is 114.

Not only are these total occurrences (19, 2698, 57, 114) corresponding to a unique attribute of God, but they are the only 4 numbers (from hundreds of different attributes of God) that are even divisible by 19 to begin with!

Furthermore, the word "Allah" (الله) or "God" in English, occurs 2,698 (19 x 142) times throughout the entire Quran. This fact alone should seriously alert many to the intricacy of this miracle.

Shockingly, we also learn that if we add all the verse numbers with the word "Allah", we get another multiple of 19. The grand total we get is 118,123, which is 19 x 6,217.

To remove any suspicions or doubt, Dr. Rashad Khalifa in his book Quran: The Final Testament highlights the word "Allah" wherever it occurs in bold and caps, also summing up the verse numbers per page. Thus, any skeptical reader can randomly open any page and match both variables above with the total counts on the bottom.

Mysterious Initials

The Quran is characterized by a unique phenomenon never found in any other book; 29 suras are prefixed with 14 different sets of "Quranic Initials,” consisting of one to five letters per set. Fourteen letters, half the Arabic alphabet, participate in these initials. The significance of the Quranic initials remained a divinely guarded secret for 14 centuries.



In 1968, Rashad Khalifa realized that the existing English translations did not present the truthful message of God’s Final Testament, the Quran. For example, two of the most popular translators (Yusuf Ali and Marmaduke Pickthall), could not overcome their corrupted religious traditions when it came to the Quran’s great criterion dealing with the worship of God alone (39:45). This distortion of the truth prompted him to translate the Quran himself, at least for the sake of his children. (“Worship God alone” is the foundational theme of Islam.)

While working on his translation, Rashad Khalifa also began to explore the significance of the mysterious alphabets that precede 29 chapters (Suras) of the Quran which remained unexplained till date. He decided to enter the Quran into a computer and analyze its text to see if there were any mathematical correlations among these Quranic initials. What emerged is that the Quran is characterized by a unique phenomenon never found in any human authored book. Every element of the Quran is mathematically composed, from the frequency of letters and words, unique spellings, number of words from the same root etc.; consistently conforming to a common dominator—the number 19. This superhuman mathematical coding of the Quran, far beyond human ability to create or duplicate, incontrovertibly establishes its Divine authorship. By 1974, it was clearly evident that this was an actual ‘miracle of God,’ just like the previous miracles of God, providing proof of His existence and Kingship over the universe.