By Ijaz Chaudry

 Only the disbelievers will be resurrected on the Day of Judgement;


When righteous die they go straight to Heaven, the same Heaven where Adam and Eve were evicted from, and the same Heaven where they are now.


     Where Do We Go From Here?


[2:154]  Do not say of those who are killed in the cause of GOD, "They are dead." They are alive at their Lord, but you do not perceive.


     The Righteous Do Not Really Die


[3:169]  Do not think that those who are killed in the cause of GOD are dead; they are alive at their Lord, enjoying His provisions.


     The Righteous Go Straight to Paradise


[36:26]  (At the time of his death) he was told, "Enter Paradise." He said, "Oh, I wish my people knew.


[36:27]  "That my Lord has forgiven me, and made me honourable."


So how do we know (36:26) is talking about the time of his death?  This is confirmed by the miracle of 19 as follows;


Missing words “At the time of his death” or Fi Zumin Wafataho their respective gv’s are 90, 97 & 492. 492 + 97 + 90 + 36 + 26 = 741 = 39 x 19. Position is 9 “Provision”, indeed God has provided paradise for the believers. Level is 3 “Include missing information”, indeed this code includes the missing phrase.


     The Righteous Do Not Really Die


[44:56]  They do not taste death therein - beyond the first death - and He has spared them the retribution of Hell.


All the above verses confirm the fact that when a believer dies he/she will go straight to paradise.  (44:56) confirms that the believers do not die the second death i.e. the death of the soul.  The first death is when our souls were put to death before God brought us to life on this world.


Confirmation of the fact that only disbelievers will be resurrected on the Day of Judgement;

Below the day of Judgement is described.  The word “they” is used to describe the people who would be resurrected.


So who are they?  We know that believers are alive and they will not incur another death beyond the first death.  Thus it is understandable if we assume that “they” in verses below are the disbelievers.


We can confirm this fact by adding (36:51-52) with (40:11) where the disbelievers profess to their sins and where two deaths are mentioned.


[36:51]  The horn will be blown, whereupon they will rise from the grave and go to their Lord.


[36:52]  They will say, "Woe to us. Who resurrected us from our death? This is what the Most Gracious has promised. The messengers were right."


The Disbelievers Suffer Two Deaths


[40:11]  They will say, "Our Lord, you have put us to death twice, and You gave us two lives; now we have confessed our sins. Is there any way out?"


36 + 51 + 52 + 40 + 11 = 190 which is 10 x 19 or 190 / 190 = 1 no Position


There is no Position in the above code just the Level, thus it is a wild card, meaning, it confirms what is obvious in these verses, i.e. only disbelievers will be resurrected on the day of Judgement.  Also where the code is the sum of the numbers involved in the code as in this example the trend is that this code would be application of the context of the verses involved.  Thus the above code and the context of the verses show that the disbelievers are resurrected on the Day of Judgement. The coding with those verses is a physical process and a tangible fact.


The Level is 2 which is Theme “Related to righteousness” indeed here the emphasis is on the messengers who were righteous (36:52) thus the code is related to righteousness.