By Ijaz Chaudry 

Introduction To Salat Derived From The Quran;

This document consists of self, verification at every stage.  The Quran does some times describe in analogies, hence the, self verification comes handy.  The analogous, nature of the verses requires 19 based codes to verify the meaning of those verses.  Each code has three stages of verification;

A)         Code is multiple of 19.

B)         Code has a Position, which describes the nature of the verses involved, there are 9 Positions with each position having common description the Positions and its descriptions are at the end of this document.

C)         Temporal connection, when the chapter and verses are concatenated (put next to each other) the order left to right of these are in historical order, the most recent on the left most and the oldest right most in this order.

D)         Code has a Level or a Theme; there are 9 Themes with each Theme having common description.

 You will see that all codes are restrained by the above criteria.  This is also way of verifying any 19, based code. 

Salat from the Quran

(74:31 point 4) Tells, us that we can remove any trace of doubt by using the miracle of 19. Since the Salat is encrypted in the Quran, and is not straightforward to follow, we will use the miracle of 19 to decrypt it.

 Before Muhammad’s time, Salat existed exactly like it is today except that it was not devoted to God alone when it should have been 20:14, 72:18. Therefore not much is changed within the physical attributes of the Salat.

 Times of 5 daily Salats

1)         Dawn and Night prayer (24:58).

2)         Noon, Sunset and Night Prayers (11:114).

3)         Afternoon Prayer 2:238

4)         70:34 Salat must be read ON TIME

 Salat should be read in Arabic

So how do we know this? All the religious duties help us redeem!! The first example of one religious duty performed by a Prophet is in the Quran. (2:37) Then Adam received from his Lord words, whereby He redeemed him… Hence Adam received specific words for his redemption similar to the words written in the Quran for our Salat.. What Adam received was the Chapter 1 the Key of the Quran.  Adam received words and words are language specific. This verse 2:37 does not say Adam received the revelation, it says he received the words, and words are language specific, if it had said revelation then language would have not mattered, thus Salat should be recited in Arabic because Muhammad received the Quran in Arabic.

Details of Salat

All the detail of Salat is in chapter 17 (Bani Israel or Children of Israel) This might be due to the fact that the Children of Israel were grand children of Abraham, and that Abraham brought the rights of Islam and that Muhammad was also descendent of Abraham.

(17:106-107) Explains that only Quran should be recited in the Salat. Since only Quran is recited in the Salat, one must read (23:97-98) in every Salat before reading the first chapter the Key in the Salat. This is due to the fact that (16:98) asks believers to take refuge in God before reading the Quran and (23:97-98) is taking that refuge and Salat is from the Quran Alone.  (17:107) is mentioning the prostration while reciting the Quran, it could be argued that this prostration is not of Salat, however the miracle of 19 proves that the prostration mentioned in (17:107) is indeed of the Salat.  Therefore since Salat is recitation of the Quran we need to recite (23:97-98) at the start of any Salat but only once.

 Up till now fragments of research in Salat has revealed that chapter 1 should be recited in Salat in the standing position and that Salat should be devoted to God alone. It has been found that Salat is coded in the Quran as follows;

(17:110-111) is complete description of Salat.

 “Magnify Him constantly”

When we bow down we say (56:74) “Glory, be to Lord the Great”, and when we prostrate we say (87:1) “Glory be to Lord the Most High”. And when ever we move between these two positions we say “Allah Hu Akbar” or “Allah O Kabeer” which ever one might prefer. So how do we know that 56:74 and 87:1 are valid verses to say in Salat, observe following:

 When you take 17:110-111 the complete description of Salat add the verses and chapter number we get 238. We take 56:74 and 87:1 and add chapter numbers and the verses with 238 we get 456 which is 24 * 19 or 456 / 190 = 2.4, a complete multiple of 19.  Position 4 describes act of righteousness and Salat is indeed act of righteousness. This proves direct connection of Salat with these two verses .i.e. 56:74 and 87:1. 456 is Level 3 the Theme which describes “Include missing information” indeed this code has revealed the missing information regarding (17:111) and “Magnify Him constantly” and what it means.  Not only that the multiple we get is 24 for this number, which also mean that there are 24 hours in a day, hence confirming in a mysterious way once again that in 17:111 the phrase “Magnify Him constantly” means for specific times in the 24hrs that is the five Salat’s.

 Now where does it say in the Quran that 17:111 should be read during the sitting position in the Salat?  This fact is coded in the Quran by using subtle verses (52:48-49).

 (52:48-49) … And glorify and praise your Lord when you get up. Also during the night glorify Him, and at dawn as the stars fade away.

 The phrase “when you get up” above is unusual and it could not mean getting up from bed in the morning, because in (52:49) we are glorifying again in the night and in the morning. Therefore if we had got up in 52:48 already in the morning and glorified why would we then in (52:49) glorify again in the morning. Because there is no nonsense in the Quran, we can safely assume that the “when you get up” phrase in (52:48) is specific to some other, rising i.e. in Salat. The miracle of 19 once again proves this point.

 52 + 48 + 17 + 111 = 228 or 12 * 19 or 228 / 190 = 1.2

 Position 2 describes command indeed it is commanded of us to read (17:111) in the sitting position in the Salat.  Thus (52:48) informs us that this getting up is after prostration when we recite (17;111).   (17:111) is where we praise and glorify God, when the verses and chapter numbers are added for these two instances we get number completely multiple of nineteen proving the fact that when we get up from prostration we should either glorify God by saying Allahu Akbar and go back to do another prostration or sit and read (17:111) which says “Praise be to God” i.e. glorification of God. The code 228 is Level 2 because it sits in between 38 and 361 19 x 19 i.e. 2 which describes Related to righteousness indeed reading (17:111) in the sitting position in the Salat can be understood as righteous move.

 Now if you take (17:110-111) and only the verses of the Key which are 7 (because that is what we are asked to recite in (17:110) of the Key and not the title no of the Key) and add the digits we get;

 17+110+111+1+2+3+4+5+6+7=266 = 14 * 19 or 266 / 190 = 1.4

 Here is complete, Salat in a code. Position 4 describes act of righteousness which Salat is. There are only two suras in the Quran with 7 verses in it. (17:110) is clear of the fact which chapter we need to recite in our Salats, the one which has God’s name in it (17:110)...”Call Him God, or call Him Most Gracious, whichever name you use, to Him belongs the best names.” The one with God’s name mentioned is the Key the other chapter 107 which also has 7 verses in it does not have God’s name in it at all what so ever, therefore the code above is specific to chapter 1 the Key.  Again the Level is 2 which have a Theme Related to righteousness and indeed the code portrays complete Salat which is an act of righteousness.

 Little note on Night Prayer

There is little extra we have to read at night prayer in the sitting position. (17:79) during the night, you shall meditate for extra credit that your Lord may raise you to an honourable rank. 17:80 tells us what to read;

 The crucial words here are “extra credit” in this verse. One can only obtain extra credit if one is already gaining credit.  Therefore it would be a valid assumption that the extra credit is the credit obtained on top of the credit already obtained in the Salats one reads.  So we have made an assumption now let’s prove this assumption with the Miracle of 19;

 (50:40) During the night you shall meditate on His name, and after prostrating.

 This verse is again talking about Night Salat, because “prostration” in the Quran is specific to Salat.  This verse also talks about “after prostration” which is exactly when we should read (17:79-81 and 17:111). 17:79-81 and 17:111 are all the verses used for extra meditation in the night Salat mentioned in 17:79.  Add 79+80+81+111=351 and concatenate chapter numbers with sum of the verses 351 and (50:40) we get complete multiple of 19.

 50 40 17 351 = 26527229 * 19 or 50 40 17 351 / 190 = 2652722.9 

 The Temporal Connection is that (50:40) comes first because it gives us the action “after prostration” and (17:79-81 & 111) comes after telling us what to read after prostration.

 Position 9 describes Provision of extra credit mentioned in (17:79). The above code confirms that in the Night Salat one has to read 17:111 first and then 17:80-81 is read.

Read “Final confirmation of Salat” for this confirmation.

 Level is 7 which describes, Disbelievers, the obvious thing which comes in my mind is that the Sunni’s have kept this tradition of extra bit to the Salat at night.  However what they read is totally false.  Thus, the emphasis on Disbelievers. 

Little note about Al-Jummah

We read only Furz in our salat’s i.e. 2 4 4 3 4 = 1286 x 19 or 2 4 4 3 4 / 190 = 128.6.  Temporal connection is self explanatory Salats in order, morning, noon, afternoon, sun set, and Night. Position 6 describes Caution i.e. only read Furz.  2 Raka for Fajr, 4 for Zuhr, 4 for Asr, 3 for Mughrib and 4 for Isha. The Level is 4 which describes verses which can be extrapolated in this case there are no verses however in same essence the Raka (units) constitute verses therefore the Units have been reversed back to its origin thus the extrapolation.

 The above code does not fit for Al-Jummah because Al-Jummah has 2 Raka’s. Therefore we need to incorporate Al-Jummah in a similar code;

 However, in Al-Jummah we have Al-Khutbah, take the geometric value of Al-Khutbah (using non-classic Arabic) which is 647; Alif 1 + Laam 30 + Kha' 600 + TTa' 9 + Ba' 2 +  Ha' 5 = 647; when we concatenate this geometric value with all daily Salat rakah's including 2 rakah for Al-Jummah we get multiple of 19; 2 raka for Fajr, geometric value for Al-Khutbah 2 raka for Al-Jummah 4 for Asr, 3 raka for Mughrib and 4 raka for Isha we get 2 647 2 4 3 4 = 1393286 X 19; so the Temporal connection is correct it is telling us do Al-Khutbah first and then read 2 rakah for Al-Jummah; Position is 4 "Act of Righteousness" indeed doing Al-Jummah is indeed act of righteousness.

Statistical Analysis of the Code:

Positions 1 to 9 and there descriptions;



Position 1

Scenario Described

Position 2

Command used in various situations

Position 3

Principle or Rule Clarified

Position 4

Act of Righteousness

Position 5

Gift from God

Position 6


Position 7


Position 8


Position 9


 The verses from the Quran used in this article;

 [1:1]  In the name of GOD, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

[1:2]  Praise be to GOD, Lord of the worlds.

[1:3]  Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

[1:4]  Master of the Day of Judgment.

[1:5]  You alone we worship; You alone we ask for help.

[1:6]  Guide us in the right path;

[1:7]  the path of those whom You blessed; not of those who have deserved wrath, nor of the strayers.

      Specific Words

 [2:37]  Then, Adam received from his Lord words, whereby He redeemed him. He is the Redeemer, Most Merciful.

      You Shall Observe the Contact Prayers

 [2:238]  You shall consistently observe the Contact Prayers, especially the middle prayer, and devote yourselves totally to GOD.

 [11:114]  You shall observe the Contact Prayers (Salat) at both ends of the day, and during the night. The righteous works wipe out the evil works. This is a reminder for those who would take heed.

 [17:12]  We rendered the night and the day two signs. We made the night dark, and the day lighted, that you may seek provisions from your Lord therein. This also establishes for you a timing system, and the means of calculation. We thus explain everything in detail.

 [17:78]  You shall observe the Contact Prayer (Salat) when the sun declines from its highest point at noon, as it moves towards sunset. You shall also observe (the recitation of) the Quran at dawn. (Reciting) the Quran at dawn is witnessed.

[17:79]  During the night, you shall meditate for extra credit, that your Lord may raise you to an honorable rank.

[17:80]  And say, "My Lord, admit me an honorable admittance, and let me depart an honorable departure, and grant me from You a powerful support."

[17:81]  Proclaim, "The truth has prevailed, and falsehood has vanished; falsehood will inevitably vanish."

 [17:106]  A Quran that we have released slowly, in order for you to read it to the people over a long period, although we sent it down all at once.

 [17:107]  Proclaim, "Believe in it, or do not believe in it." Those who possess knowledge from the previous scriptures, when it is recited to them, they fall down to their chins, prostrating.

 [17:110]  Say, "Call Him GOD, or call Him the Most Gracious; whichever name you use, to Him belongs the best names." You shall not utter your Contact Prayers (Salat) too loudly, nor secretly; use a moderate tone.

 [17:111]  And say: "Praise be to GOD, who has never begotten a son, nor does He have a partner in His kingship, nor does He need any ally out of weakness," and magnify Him constantly.

 [20:14]  "I am GOD; there is no other god beside Me. You shall worship Me alone, and observe the Contact Prayers (Salat) to remember Me.

 [24:58]  O you who believe, permission must be requested by your servants and the children who have not attained puberty (before entering your rooms). This is to be done in three instances - before the Dawn Prayer, at noon when you change your clothes to rest, and after the Night Prayer. These are three private times for you. At other times, it is not wrong for you or them to mingle with one another. GOD thus clarifies the revelations for you. GOD is Omniscient, Most Wise.

 [50:39]  Therefore, be patient in the face of their utterances, and praise and glorify your Lord before sunrise, and before sunset.

[50:40]  During the night you shall meditate on His name, and after prostrating.

 [52:48]  You shall steadfastly persevere in carrying out your Lord's command - you are in our eyes - and glorify and praise your Lord when you get up.

 [52:49]  Also during the night glorify Him, and at dawn as the stars fade away.

 [56:74]  You shall glorify the name of your Lord, the Great.

 [70:34]  They consistently observe their contact prayers (Salat) on time.

 [72:18]  The places of worship belong to GOD; do not call on anyone else beside GOD.

 [74:31]  We appointed angels to be guardians of Hell, and we assigned their number (19) (1) to disturb the disbelievers, (2) to convince the Christians and Jews (that this is a divine scripture), (3) to strengthen the faith of the faithful, (4) to remove all traces of doubt from the hearts of Christians, Jews, as well as the believers, and (5) to expose those who harbor doubt in their hearts, and the disbelievers; they will say, "What did GOD mean by this allegory?" GOD thus sends astray whomever He wills, and guides whomever He wills. None knows the soldiers of your Lord except He. This is a reminder for the people.

 [87:1]  Glorify the name of your Lord, the Most High.