How Understanding Space Is A Tafsir To The Quran

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Voila_Capture 2016-06-06_03-47-39_PMAssalamu Alaikum

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Why The Subatomic World Is Important To Everything In The Quran

Understanding Space, is a Tafsir to the Quran because Allah promised that “In time We shall make them fully understand Our messages [through what they perceive] in the utmost horizons [of the universe] and within themselves [the microscopic world], so that it will become clear unto them that this [revelation] is indeed the truth.” [Qur’an 41:53]

This work answers one of the most important questions in Islam, where does our spirituality come from…what is it and what causes it.

Allah taught this to mankind 1400 years ago in a vocabulary the world could understand but the world witnessed great change in a very short span of time and we lost our link to the past, our language.

The Quran is for all generations of muslims right to the Hour, it is also a guide to the none muslims because the promise above was made to them in the time of the prophet (saws), hence mankind’s understanding of the universe is fulfilling that promise. Allah purposefully spoke about the science behind the universe in the Quran. Otherwise how can man see this revelation is the truth, if what He establishes with science is irrelevant to the Quran, while the aim of it’s discovery is to prove; “That this [revelation] is the truth”.

He assured the Ummah of this when He said “We have explained in detail in this Qur’an, for the benefit of mankind, every kind of similitude”(18:54)

This work will show that when Allah talks about spirituality He is talking about the subatomic world, in a language Arabs could understand, it surrounds the entire body and it’s effects we feel through our senses influencing our mind and consciousness.

Allah taught us this in surah al Shams (91) “By the sun and it’s radiant brightness…And inspired it (the self with conscience of) what is wrong for it and (what is) right for it. He is indeed successful who causeth it to grow,” He taught about the universe in the verse of light (24:35) and in Surah al Takwir how the “ecosystem” of space is connected to the ecosystem of the earth through subatomic fields like the sun’s rays and how man is connected to both through his physiology, which was the lesson He taught to the Angels when He first showed them Man (2:31-33), that the subatomic and its forces’s is man’s spirituality and how he will come to know Allah in a place that would other wise corrupt him.

This work is comprised of three chapters then a supplementary section that briefly elaborates on various points in the work. The work was originally three separate articles which i wrote on this subject, so some repetition in quotes occurs but they are few.

Table Of Contents;

  1. Islam’s Major Scholars On How The Universe Was Created From Subatomic Space
  2. What The Subatomic World Looks Like And Why It Is Important To Everything In The Quran.
  3. The Depth Of The Heart Is The Depth Of The Subatomic Universe and It Ends With The Arsh Of Allah.
  4. Related Subjects Explained.



3 thoughts on “How Understanding Space Is A Tafsir To The Quran

  1. Pingback: What is the Unseen World and Where is It: Explaining the Technical Terminology of the Scholars | Sunnah Muakada

  2. assalamu alaikum,
    “who was al khidr” is a wonderful book to read for those who wish to know more about the ways of sufi. Since you are focused on explaining things with scientific quoting i found a mistake in page 35 “nm stands for nanometer not newton meter”
    since you are discussing about wavelength and waves do not posses torque.
    for your information newton meter is depicted as “Nm”
    hopes you correct it in next edition.
    jazakallah khair


  3. Wa alaikum assalam,

    Alhamdulillah you enjoyed the book and found it beneficial. When i started the book it was a study of sufi thought and the evidence behind it, but i think it has greatly moved on from that and cant accurately be called by that title anymore because it is about the science of the self and establishing with scientific evidence how the human body receives inspiration or even revelation. Not to make this reply lengthy, but once we understand that ghayb is the subatomic or quantum part of the universe then everything that the sufi scholars have ever said is just really the science of how man’s physiology and consciousness connect with it.

    The scholars identified ghayb as the world we look into when we dream, or the images we see in our mind when we imagine something, this gives us something tangible to study and learn about it because today science has established that our consciousness and imagination is made from subatomic particles and subject to the laws of physics. So we can look at what physics says to understand what the sufi scholars said about ghayb, the self, the soul and everything else because it is all made from subatomic particles which behave in a defined manner, one law in particular establishes everything a prophet or saint ever described experiencing spiritually, and that is quantum entanglement.

    Once you unravel this picture and complete it you no longer look at our deen as Sufi or salafi or hanafi or hanbali, but rather which scholars understood the connection between the physical world and the quantum world (ghayb) and how well did they apply that knowledge to what Allah said, because He spoke about it extensively and it is the reason behind every halal and haram thing in Islam, the unseen harmful effects of our acts that made them haram are the reality of the subatomic particles which harm us spiritually, and Allah talks about the quantum universe at length in the Quran.

    All these groups even become irrelevant and the only thing which remains of worth is the group which acts on this knowledge to help man, throughout history that has always been the sufi’s who studied ghayb (the quantum universe) and tried to help man in his life with this knowledge, while the salafi’s and everyone else hid away from it and ignored it. The prophet (saws) lived his life understanding ghayb and acting on that knowledge, Allah said about him in the Quran ‘he wasn’t miserly with his knowledge of the unseen’ which He (saws) taught to others, meaning true Islam is the one that understands the unseen.

    Insha Allah look out for my next post, it is a tafsir to the opening verses of surah al Rahman in which Allah talks about all this.

    Jazak Allah khair for the correction and everything else you said, assalamu alaikum.


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