Witness
a miracle
The following is a verifiable fact, not an
opinion and presents the very first scientific proof for the existence of a
Supreme Being that we call God. The purpose of this article is not to convince
anybody, but rather present tangible evidence that can be scrutinized. I do not
believe I can convince anyone because it has to come from within the sincere
heart.
The following will prove:
1. that a
mathematically coded document exists
2. that it does satisfy
the 6 conditions mentioned in ‘Does God Really Exist?’
3. Does not use purely arbitrary numbers
4. Is simple to
understand but impossible to imitate considering its layers of complexity.
5. Contains a signature of its author based
around HIS identity
The best way to realize that something cannot be
duplicated is to try and duplicate even a small part of it and we are going to
try it because it is a necessary step. The mathematically coded document that
we are analyzing says:
“Do not accept any information without first
verifying it. You have been give the hearing, the eyesight and the mind and you
are responsible for using them”
How do we know what we have said so far is true?
Establishing it’s
authenticity is imperative so that we can know if we are on the right track
towards our goal of perfect happiness
The mathematical code 
irrefutable evidence
A little exercise
Before we
look at the overwhelming evidence of a mathematically coded, superhuman
document let us look at a little example that will illustrate its ‘simple to
understand, impossible to imitate’ properties.
Every
sentence has a mathematical structure. The statement ‘How are you?’ has 9
letters and 3 words. If we try and change the structure slightly, say to 10
letters but want to convey the same, exact meaning, we find that we have to do
some work. It might not even be possible to make a slight change to the
structure and keep the same meaning.
Now what
about changing more complex properties of the structure? Take the following
sentence: Jack and Jill went up the hill. This has 2 ‘A’s and 4 ‘L’s. If
we want to change the sentence to have 3 ‘A’s and 3 ‘L’s the task becomes
increasingly difficult. The words ‘Jack’ and ‘Jill’ are proper nouns and cannot
be changed. The word ‘up’ cannot be changed to ‘over’, and ‘the’ cannot be
changed to ‘a’ because this would change the meaning.
Conclusion
of this exercise:
It is
obvious that as more restrictions are placed on the mathematical structure of a
sentence it becomes harder to construct the sentence, and the quality of the literature
deteriorates rapidly.
What would be the attributes of a document from the
Creator?
Imagine a
document from our Creator, a document that would prove the very existence of
such a Creator. What would it be like? How would it start? If you wrote a book
would you not put your name on it? And who you are?
So how
about this document starting by identifying its author.
In the
name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
Suppose
this mathematical code used as its foundation, this opening statement in the
following unique way that:
Each word
of this opening statement appeared in the document in a precise pattern.
At the very outset, a unique document
Imagine a
library with a million volumes. How many books would you find where the opening
statement consisted of X letters, and each word of the opening statement
appeared in the book in multiples of X? You would probably find none. At the
very outset you would know this was something quite unique.
WORD* 
FREQUENCY 
Name 
19 = 19 x 1 
GOD 
2698= 19 x 142 
Most Gracious 
57 = 19 x3 
Most Merciful 
114 = 19 x 6 
* see
note at end of article
The
higher the number X, the more difficult this would be to do. If X were 2, it
would be easier to make a pattern. But if X were a higher number, like 17 or
19, it would be much more difficult.
Is this a
coincidence? Let us take a closer look.
Note the
multipliers 1, 142, 3 and 6 add up to 152 or 19 x 8, 8 being the index of prime
19.
Complexity
Moreover,
if this were the case, we could see that our Jack and Jill example above has
now been presented in a different way and to a much greater degree. Let us
build a little more complexity on this. If each of the letters of the opening
statement was taken, and placed in front of a chapter, so that the frequency of
that letter in that chapter was a multiple of X then we can see a very
intricate pattern developing.
Please
refer back to the article ‘Does God really exist?’ to the paragraph that
details the kind of perfect proof  one that is not limited by location, time,
language or education  one that is physical and verifiable.
Another layer of complexity
What if,
instead of one letter taken from the opening statement, a set of letters
ranging from 1 to 5 is used at the beginning of each chapter, and the sum of
the letters that appear before a chapter adds up to a total, in that chapter,
to a multiple of X ? We have added a layer of complexity.
Is this a
coincidence? Who would go to this trouble and why?
Let’s add
another layer of complexity.
In
addition to multiple letters being arranged to fit the mathematical pattern,
remember we said that the words of the opening statement appeared in the
document in multiples of this number X  and that the same letters also
appeared at the beginning of the chapters. Well if we increased the count of
one of the words from the opening statement in one of the chapters prefixed
with these letters, two sets of equations would be out  the count of
words and the frequency of the prefixed letters. We are now dealing with
interlocking relations across chapters.
Chapter 
Prefix with initial 
Total Occurrence 
Pattern 
2 
A.L.M 
9899 
19 x 521 
3 
A.L.M 
5662 
19 x 298 
7 
A.L.M.SS 
5320 
19 X 280 
10 
A.L.R 
2489 
19 X 131 
11 
A.L.R 
2489 
19 X 131 
12 
A.L.R 
2375 
19 X 125 
13 
A.L.M.R 
1482 
19 X 78 
14 
A.L.R 
1197 
19 X 63 
15 
A.L.R 
912 
19 X 48 
19 
K.H.Y.’A.SS 
798 
19 X 42 
20 
TT.H 
See below 

26 
TT.S.M 
See below 

27 
TT.S 
See below 

28 
TT.S.M 
See below 

29 
A.L.M 
1672 
19 x 88 
30 
A.L.M 
1254 
19 x 66 
31 
A.L.M 
817 
19 x 43 
32 
A.L.M 
570 
19 x 30 
36 
Y.S 
285 
19 x 15 
38 
SS 
See below 

40 
HH.M 
See below 

41 
HH.M 
See below 

42 
HH.M. A.S.Q 
209 
19 x 11 
43 
HH.M 
See below 

44 
HH.M 
See below 

45 
HH.M 
See below 

46 
HH.M 
See below 

50 
Q 
57 
19 X 3 
68 
N 
133 
19 X 7 
There are
14 sets of initials in the document
[15:87] We have given you the
seven pairs, …
The gematrical value of these seven pairs (14) is equal to 1709
Intricacy
Single
interlocking across chapters
Chapter 
Prefix 
Respective 
frequency 
of 
prefix 
initials 
Total 
7 
A.L.M.SS 
2529 
1530 
1164 
97 

97 
19 
K.H.Y.’A.SS 
137 
175 
343 
117 
26 
26 
38 
SS 
29 




29 
The
frequencies of SS across chapters prefixed with SS is 152 (19 x 8) 152
More Intricacy
Multiple
interlocking across chapters
Chapter 
Prefix 
Respective 
Frequency 
Of 
Prefix 
Initials 
Total 
19 
K.H.Y.’A.SS 
137 
175 
343 
117 
26 
175 
20 
TT.H 
28 
251 



279 
26 
TT.S.M 
33 
94 
484 


611 
27 
TT.S 
27 
94 



121 
28 
TT.S.M 
19 
102 
460 


581 
Total
occurrence of the TT,H,S and M is 1767 or 19 x 93 1767
Still more intricacy
Another Layer  the frequencies themselves form
complex relationships
Chapter 
Prefix 
Freq. of H 
Freq. of M 
Total 

=19X 
Digit sum 
=19X 
40 
HH.M 
64 
380 
444 


21 

41 
HH.M 
48 
276 
324 


27 

42 
HH.M 
53 
300 
353 
1121 
59 
11 
59 
43 
HH.M 
44 
324 
368 


17 

44 
HH.M 
16 
150 
166 


13 

45 
HH.M 
31 
200 
231 


6 

46 
HH.M 
36 
225 
261 
1026 
54 
18 
54 
Total
occurrence of the HH M is 19 x 113 2147
Chapter 
Prefix 
Freq. of H 
Freq. of M 
Total 

=19X 
Digit sum 
=19X 
40 
HH.M 
64 
380 
444 


21 

41 
HH.M 
48 
276 
324 


27 

42 
HH.M 
53 
300 
353 


11 

43 
HH.M 
44 
324 
368 
1045 
55 
17 
55 
44 
HH.M 
16 
150 
166 


13 

45 
HH.M 
31 
200 
231 


6 

46 
HH.M 
36 
225 
261 
1102 
58 
18 
58 
Total
occurrence of the HH M is 19 x 113 2147
For the
first chart:
1)
Numbers
in BOLD add to 19 x 59 and the sum
of the digits for these numbers is also 59.
2)
Numbers
in RED
add to 19 x 54 and the sum of the digits for these numbers is also 54.
For the
second chart:
3)
Numbers
in BOLD add to 19 x 55 and the sum
of the digits for these numbers is also 55.
4)
Numbers
in RED
add to 19 x 58 and the sum of the digits for these numbers is also 58.
Imagine
trying to solve a 7 x 2 matrix with numbers that fit these equations. When you
roll two dice you get 6 x 6 possible numbers or 6^2 (6 to the power of 2).
Assuming the solution lies with 3 digit numbers, we are trying to find 14 such
numbers, each between 1 and 1000. It is like rolling 14 dice, each with one
thousand possible numbers, or 1000^14.= 10^42
We would
have to do,
Total 42
digits and 14 numbers (for # 1 and #2)=56
Total 42
digits and 14 numbers (for # 3 and #4)=56
Total
calculations = 112 for each unique 14 number combination
=112
X 10^42 calculations
Number of
calculations that can be done in one year is,
› Calculations / second x # of
seconds in year
› for the fastest supercomputer 43
trillion calculations/sec
› = 43 trillion x 60 (sec) x 60
(min) x 24 (hrs) x 365.25 (days)
› = 43 x 10^12 x 31557600
› = 4.3 x 10^13 x 3.15567 x 10^7
› = 13.569381 x 10^(20) = 1.3569381 x 10^21
Divide the two numbers in RED to find the total
number of years at 43 trillion calculations per second,
› 1.12 x 10^44 / 1.3569381 x 10^21
› = (1.12/1.36) x 10^(4421)
= 8.25 x 10^22 years
Or 82.5 billion
trillion years
If we
tried the above calculation assuming a two digit solution for each of the 14
slots (or dice), we would find that we do not get a solution.
Actually,
even with a 3 digit solution assumed, the computer would not know when it
reached the correct solution for any one slot (e.g. 64, 380 … 225) from the
above 7 x 2 matrix – that it was the correct solution and would simply press
ahead. Consequently it would never find the right solution, even after 82.5 billion
years.
So far we
have seen layer upon layer of complexity. Imagine a literary work of art, with
stunning scientific statements and rules for living, with an intricate,
interlocking mathematical structure of letters, the frequencies of these
letters themselves being very complex. Could there be more?