How Understanding Space Is A Tafsir To The Quran

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

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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.



Hadiths On The Cosmos, On Cosmic Revolution, Time, The Dying Sun And Energy

by Sh. G. F. Haddad

Cosmic Revolution Hadith
Slow Time, Reverse Earth Rotation Hadiths
Dying Sun Hadith
Throne as Energy Source Hadiths


Thanks to the clock-like cyclic motion of heavenly bodies in space we are able to divide time into periods such as day and night, months, and years. When the earth completes one full revolution around the sun it has turned around its own axis 365 times and the moon has turned around it 12 times. The Ulema have noted, in this respect, that the Arabic word for “day” in the singular, yawm, occurs 365 times in the Qur’An while the Arabic word for “month” in the singular, shahr, occurs 12 times.

This cyclic motion produces other regular reoccurrences in the position of the stars and planets, such as the joint return of the earth and the moon to their same original point every 19 years or the reappearance of Halley’s comet every 76 years in the earth’s sky. These few reoccurences matter to us but are less than a thin droplet from the great ocean of cosmic times and motions. However, if someone were to reveal the ocean itself, as if he had been present at the beginning of time and were able to identify and describe its ebb and flow, he must either be God Himself – or one to whom God speaks.

Al-Bukhari and Muslim narrate from Abu Bakrah – Allah be well-pleased with him – that the Prophet said MHMD upon him and his House blessings and peace:
Truly, TIME HAS COME AROUND TO THE WAY IT WAS THE DAY ALLAH CREATED THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH [ – ] You shall all certainly meet your Lord and He shall ask you about your deeds. Do not go back! Do not go back, after me, to being misguided pagan unbelievers striking one another with swords! Lo! Let those that are present tell those that are absent. It may be that some of those they will tell will keep this instruction more faithfully than some of those who heard it directly. Lo! Have I made myself clear?

In his observation on the revolution of time to his Companions, the Prophet MHMD, upon him blessings and peace, not only showed familiarity with the circularity of cosmic time and motion but, more dramatically, hinted at his encompassing, God-given cosmic knowledge of its exact modalities. He conveyed the unfathomable, Divine nature of Prophetic knowledge and information about the universe as simply as one of us passes a scenery snapshot to his friends.

The great Saint and Scholar of Murcia and Damascus, Shaykh Muhyi al-Din Ibn `Arabi, saw in this hadith on the great revolution of Time a reference to the primordiality of the person of the Prophet Muhammad himself MHMD upon him blessings and peace – in the light of his statement – as narrated from Abu Hurayra by al-Tabari, Ibn Abi Hatim, al-Hakim, and al-Bayhaqi (as cited by Ibn Kathir in his Tafsir) and from Anas by al-Bazzar through trustworthy narrators according to al-Haythami:

Allah Most High said: I have made you the first of the Prophets to be created and the last of them to be sent.

There is yet another depth of meaning in the Prophet’s MHMD hadith in connection with history. By announcing that Time had come around to the exact same spot it occupied the day Allah created the heavens and the earth, the Prophet MHMD – upon him peace – described his own time as a fresh start for the entire universe. It is undoubtedly the case with every divinely-appointed Prophet and Messenger that they each represent a second chance for the success and perfectibility of mankind. This is ever more so for the last Prophet, after whom no Prophet is to come whatsoever. Hence, the Prophet MHMD pleaded, in this last sermon of his delivered at his “Farewell Pilgrimage” in the last year of his life on earth: “Do not return, after I am gone, to your previous state of ignorance.” Continue reading