In the name of GOD, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

                                  Proclaim, “He is the One and Only GOD.”

                                    “The Absolute GOD.”

                                       “Never did He beget. Nor was He begotten.”

                                          “None equals Him.”


 Universal Unity                                                                                       Editor: Keikhosrow Emami

March 1995 [No. 9]


لا إله إلا الله

There is no other god beside GOD!



[Footnote 3:18 - Authorized English Version of the Quran] "The proclamation of faith (Shahaadah) that is decreed by God is: "There is no other god beside God," in Arabic "La Elaaha Ella Allah." The corrupted Muslims insist upon adding a second "Shahaadah" proclaiming that Muhammad is God's messenger. This is by definition "Shirk" (idolatry) and a flagrant defiance of God and His messenger.  Additionally, it violates the major commandments in 2:136. 2:285, 3:84, and 4:150-152 prohibiting any distinction among God's messengers. By proclaiming that "Muhammad is a messenger of God," and failing to make the same proclamation for other messengers such as Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and ... a distinction is committed and a major commandment is violated."


[63:1] When the hypocrites come to you they say, "We bear witness that you are the messenger of God." God knows that you are His messenger, and God bears witness that the hypocrites are liars.


In accordance with God's words, saying that Muhammad is God's messenger as a part of the proclamation of faith is a sign of hypocrisy. The correct proclamation of faith is the one that God teaches us in 3:18. "God bears witness that there is no god except He, and so do the angles and those who possess knowledge. ..." Obviously God's messengers being guided by the Almighty possess knowledge. Therefore, their proclamation of faith (Shahaadah) is the same as that of their Creator; "There is no other god beside God." This proclamation, in Arabic "La Elaaha Ella Allah," is mentioned twice in the Quran. The first occurrence is in 37:35 and the second is in verse 19 of sura "Muhammad," Sura 47. All the praises are due to Almighty God. By adding 47 to 19, we get 66 and 66 is the gematrical value of the word "God" in Arabic.


God's Shahaadah is given in 3:18. Muhammad proclaims the same Shahaadah in


[37:35]. “When they were told, “La Elaha Ella Allah [There is no god beside God],” they turned arrogant.”


If we place the above sura and verse numbers side by side, we get:


3,18, 37,35

19 x 167565


When Muhammad proclaimed God's Shahaadah, they called him a crazy poet.


[37:36] They said, "Shall we leave our gods for the sake of a crazy poet?"


If we place 37, 36, and the gematric value of the name Muhammad, 92, side by side, we get:



19 x 19668



All the praises are due to Almighty God. We already know that if we place the gematrical value of the individual letters that form the statement "La Elaha Ella Allah," side by side, we get a number which is a multiple of nineteen.



19 x ...


If we add the gematrical value of the above letters, we get:


(30 + 1 + 1 + 30 + 5 + 1 + 30 + 1 + 1 + 30 + 30 + 5)



The Quran tells us (37:36) that Muhammad was called a crazy poet when he proclaimed, "There is no other god beside God."  If we add the sura and the verse number with the gematrical value of the name Muhammad, 92, we get:


(37 + 36 + 92)


There is no other Shahaadah beside God's Shahaadah (3:18). The proclamation of faith by God's messengers is the same as that of their Creator. All that was proclaimed by Muhammad (37:35) was La Elaha Ella Allah (165). If we add the above five numbers, we get:


(3 + 18 + 37 + 35 + 165)


Glory be to God; 258 is the gematrical value of the name Abraham (1+2+200+5+10+40). He was a monotheist submitter who never was an idol worshiper. His Shahaadah was La Elaha Ella Allah and nothing beside it! Those who follow the religion of Abraham, "Submission," strict monotheism, proclaim the same Shahaadah, "There is no god beside God."


Proclaiming the correct Shahaadah is one thing; living it is another. To uphold the correct proclamation of faith, we must uphold God's absolute authority. We must truly worship Him alone. We must, God willing, understand the awesome meaning of what we proclaim, and make it an integral part of our lives. We must never put anyone or anything next to God. And we must be aware of Satan's tricks. For, by far, the worst thing we can do is to come up with our own personal opinion and, God forbid, put it next to God's teachings.


Daily Contact Prayers



Our god is whatever occupies our mind most of the times. Salaat, our daily contact prayers, is God's gift to us to establish contact with Him. It also gives us the opportunity to remember Him frequently.


[20:14] “I am God; there is no other god beside Me. You shall worship Me alone, and observe the ContactPrayers to remember Me.”


[29:45] You shall recite what is revealed to you of the scripture, and observe the Contact Prayers, for the Contact Prayers prohibit evil and vice. But the remembrance of God (through Salat) is the most important objective. God knows everything you do.


Due to the significance of Salaat as a mean of remembering Him, the Almighty has provided us with an awesome mathematical proof. If we place 20:14 and 29:45, representing the above verses, side by side, we get:


20,14, 29,45

19 x 1060155


If we add 2014 and 2945, representing the verses mentioned above, we get:


2014 + 2945 = 4959

19 x 261



The daily Contact Prayers give us the opportunity to have God as our God. As we are in the anticipation of our next prayer, we think of Him, the One, the only Creator. We think of the One who is our only Lord and Master. The One that we worship with all our heart, with all our mind, with all our soul, and with all our strength. Remembrance of God is an act of worship. Therefore, we pray to the Almighty that it be in accordance with His will that we think of Him most of the times. The daily Contact Prayers (AI-Salaat) actually provide us with "the Key" with which we establish contact with our Creator. And our soul, the real person, receives nourishment from God and gets prepared, God willing, for the journey back to Him. All the praises are due to Almighty God.  Ehsan Ramadan had made some beautiful discoveries proving that the words of the sura AI-Fatehah, "The Key," actually are words with the same mathematical combination that was given to Adam. The "Words" with which the Almighty Redeemed him. When our biological parents, being duped by Satan, disobeyed the command of their Lord and ate from the forbidden tree, they realized that they had committed a gross offense.


[7:23] They said, “Our Lord, we have wronged our souls, and unless You forgive us and have mercy on us, we will be losers.”


The Merciful God gave them the words of "The Key" with its special mathematical combination in order to redeem them. If we place 7:23 and 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, the verse numbers of the sura AI-Fatehah (The Key) side by side, we get:


19 x ...


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


The words of AI-Fatehah "The Key," with its mathematical combination was a gift from the Almighty to Adam with which He redeemed him. If we place the verse numbers of the sura AI-Fatehah. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and 2:37, side by side, we get:


19 x ...


Adam and Eve asked their Lord for forgiveness (7:23). And their Lord gave them "words" with which He redeemed them (2:37). The words given to them were the same as the sura AI-Fatehah, "The Key," with the same mathematical combination. The sum of the verse numbers of the sura AI-Fatehah is 28. If we add the above three numbers, we get:


723 + 237 + 28 = 988

19 x 52



All the praises are due to Almighty God. We have been blessed with discoveries through brother AbolfazI Firouzi that further proves the words in the sura AI-Fatehah, "The Key," are the words prescribed by Almighty God to be uttered in our daily Contact Prayers. These are words with the same mathematical combination that was given to Adam in order for him to be redeemed. The Contact Prayers, in Arabic "Al-Salaat," is made of six letters. The gematrical value of the letters are 1,30,90,30,6, and 5. If we place the above six numbers side by side, we get: 


19 x ...


If we reverse the above number, the new number is still a multiple of nineteen.



19 x ...


The gematrical value of AI-Salaat is 162. The words given to Adam (2:37) were words with the same mathematical combination we utter in our daily Contact Prayers. If we add the above two numbers, we get:


162 + 237 = 399
19 x 21


The sum of the verse numbers of sura AI-Fatehah, "The Key," is 28. If we add this number with the gematrical value of AI-Salaat, 162, we get:


162 + 28 = 190
19 x 10


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


To establish contact with our Creator, our Contact Prayers must be devoted absolutely to Him alone. Our proclamation of faith, "Shahaadah," must be pure as God has taught us in the Quran (3:18). This first requirement is of an extreme importance. For a wrong Shahaadah nullifies everything else. "We learn from 2:37 that we can establish contact with God by uttering the specific Arabic words given to us by God. Sura 1, The Key, is a mathematically composed combination of sounds that unlocks the door between us and God." We must appreciate the gift of "The Key," truly understand its meaning and anxiously use it in order to be redeemed.


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


This very crucial verse is made of 19 letters and its gematrical value is 836, (19 x 44). It is the very heart of the key words in "The Key." We need God to strengthen our soul to a point that we be able to apply this awesome meaning to every aspect of our lives. For when we truly worship God alone, uphold His absolute authority, and know that He is the only One who can help us, we shall, God willing, earn our freedom. We shall, God willing, achieve happiness now, and forever.


[22:15] If anyone thinks that God cannot support him in this life and in the Hereafter, let him turn completely to (his Creator in) heaven, and sever (his dependence on anyone else).He will then see that this plan eliminates anything that bothers him.


[23:1,2] Successful indeed are the believers; who are reverent during their Contact Prayers.

[70:34] They consistently observe their Contact Prayers on time.

[23:9] And they observe their Contact Prayers regularly.


All the praises are due to Almighty God. We know what an awesome gift it is to have the "words" with which we can establish contact with our Creator. We know what a blessing it is to become a part of a system that constantly reminds us of our only true God. We must be appreciative of God's gift that leads us out of darkness and guides us to the Light.


[87:14,15] Successful indeed is the one who redeems his soul. By remembering the name of his Lord and observing the Contact Prayers.


All the praises are due to Almighty God. We have been introduced to the key to our redemption. We must. God willing, uphold its true meanings in order to be saved.



In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

Praise be to God, Lord of the universe.

Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

Master of the Day of Judgment.

You alone we worship. You alone we ask for help.

Guide us in the right path;

The path of those whom You blessed; not of those who have deserved wrath, nor the strayers.



In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful




During the last two centuries before the birth of Jesus Christ and the first Christian century, a number of presumably Jewish writings were documented but failed to gain acceptance at the Council of Jamnia. These books are now called "Apocrypha." The word is from a Greek term meaning "hidden" or "secret." Originally its use suggested that the books so designated contained esoteric truth to be communicated only to the initialed, being hidden from the outside world. Esoteric means intended for or understood by only a particular group. It means mysterious. Information that only a restricted number of people would understand. It means confined to a small group; not publicly disclosed; confidential. Is it the assumption of the church that the general public is ignorant? Or, do they fear the people?


"The Apocrypha were included in the Canon of the Septuagint, the translation of the Old Testament made for the Greek-speaking Jews of Alexandria, which became the Bible of the early Church; these books appear also in the Old Latin Bible, as well as in the Latin Vulgate, Jerome's revision. They were carried over into the early German translation of the Latin Bible made in the 14th century, as well as into the English translation made by Wyclif (Wycliffe) in the same century. The exclusion of these books from the Bible came as a result of the Reformation. Luther translated them and put them in a group by themselves, between the Testaments. There they remained in most Protestant Bibles until the 19th century, when publishers, led by the British and Foreign Bible Society, voluntarily began to omit them.


The length of the Apocrypha in comparison with the Old Testament and New Testament may be seen from these figures (based on the King James Version): Old Testament —chapters (929), verses (23,214), and words (592,439); New Testament -- chapters (260),verses (7,959), and words (181,253); and Apocrypha -- chapters (183), verses (6,081), and words (152,185)." It is interesting to note that if we place the number of the chapters, verses, and the words of Apocrypha side by side, we get a number which is a multiple of nineteen.


19 x ...


One of the books condemned by the church is "The Shepherd" written by Hermas between 88 and 97 A.D. at Patmos, near Ephesus. This book was removed from the New Testament for it created confusion in the minds of the people who were to believe in the doctrine of the Trinity. Hermas begins by telling of four visions he experienced, the last of which he calls a revelation since on this occasion an angel visited him dressed as a shepherd. The angel then ordered Hermas to write down all "the commands and the Parables." The commands he was told to write down were these: (I) "First of all believe that God is One and that He created all things and organized them, and out of what did not exist made all things to be, and He contains all things but Alone is Himself un-contained. Trust Him therefore and fear Him, and, fearing Him, be self-controlled. Keep this command and you will cast away from yourself all wickedness, put on every virtue of uprightness, and you will live to God if you keep this commandment. (II) Be sincere and simple-minded. Speak evil of nobody and do not enjoy hearing anyone do so. Do right, and give generously. (Ill) Love truth. (IV) Observe purity. Be pure not only in action but in thinking. (V) Be patient and understanding. The Lord dwells in patience, but the devil in ill-temper. (VI) Trust what is right, and do not trust what is wrong. Uprightness has a straight and level way, but wrongdoing a crooked one. (VII) Fear the Lord and keep God's commands. (VIII) Be self-controlled about what is wrong and do no wrong. But do not be self-controlled about what is right, but do what is right. Restrain yourself from all evil and follow the right path. (IX) Cast off doubt from yourself. Ask the Lord without doubting, and you will receive everything. God is not like men who hold grudges, but He is forgiving and feels pity for what He had made. So cleanse your heart of all vanities of this world. (X) Put sadness away from you, for it is the sister of doubt and bad temper. (XI) A man who consults a false prophet is an idolater and void of the truth. The man who has the spirit that is from above is gentle, quite, and humble. He abstains from all wickedness and the futile desires of the world. He does not speak by himself, but speaks when God wishes him to speak, but all power belongs to the Lord. A false prophet exalts himself and wants to have a front seat. He is bold, shameless, and talkative, lives in great luxury and accepts pay for his prophesying. Can a divine spirit accept pay for his prophesying? The false prophet avoids the upright men and attaches himself to those who are doubtful and vain; and he says everything to them falsely in line with their desires. An empty vessel put among empty ones does not break, but they harmonize with one another. Take a stone and throw it up to heaven; see if you can reach it. The earthly things are impotent and weak. On the other hand, the power that comes from above is mighty. (XII) Cast off from yourself every evil desire and clothe yourself in good and holy desires. God created the world for man's sake and made his whole creation subject to man, and gave him complete authority to have dominion over all things under heaven. A man who has the Lord in his heart is able to master all things. Behave as a slave of God. The devil cannot get control of the slaves of God. The devil can wrestle, but cannot throw them."


Why should the church be disturbed? First of all their invented god of trinity is not the same as the Almighty Creator with the absolute power over all things. Their invented god of trinity offers the likeness of the son to the father while the true God has no graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth (Exodus 20:4). Why should the church want to destroy information such as given above? For it is written, "A man who consults a false prophet is an idolater and void of the truth." The false prophet pictured above is the representation of the corrupted religionists who hold the scripture with one hand and pick people's pocket with another!