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Classical Arabic has been dead for centuries. People know its general form but not the true meaning. Many many many words of Al-quran remains ambiguous with countless interpretations of its meaning and form.

I do not deny the death of the universal history of numbers. So I'm inferring here that I still think that there is something spectacular about the code 19 phenomena.

However I feel as though the code 19 phenomena as propagated by Yuksel has raised MORE important questions. I see a level of inconsistency with ALL translations of the Quran, with regards what happened in 1974. I think, if there has been a diabolic conspiracy to stop the quran from being a pocket book, I find it plausible to infer the possibility of a language death of Fusha/classical arabic which has not been addressed by islamic reformists.

What does one do if can cannot rely on a language, in which there is a lot of potential evidences to indicate that alot of the semantics may have been completely lost or changed over the past 1400 years. If one is unable to access the original semantics of the quran, does one just continue to believe in the "generally accepted" translations among reformists? Do we continue to believe it because we believe that it is definitely authentically semantic, or do we believe in it so we can utilize the power of the placebo affect in order to manifest change in ones life?

Any ideas? I've been struggling with this for a while. I have this feeling that I cannot put my faith in the generally accepted reality of classical arabic, even you study the verses of the quran comparatively, logically speaking, this doesn't guarantee semantic authenticity, at least not for the whole text. What does one do in a situation like this?


Scientists at a US conference have said it is time to try actively to contact intelligent life on other worlds.

Researchers involved in the search for extra-terrestrial life are considering what the message from Earth should be.

The call was made by the Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence institute at a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in San Jose.

Researchers at the Seti institute have been listening for signals from outer space for more than 30 years using radio telescope facilities in the US. So far there has been no sign of ET.

Can I get some opinions as to whether SETI will ever consider the code 19 nuomena as a signal from outer space? Or will they merely dismiss it as some random coincidence without any statistical significance etc.

I use the word 'nuomena' because Kant labels the world we perceive as 'Phenomena'. And the world that exists independent of any mind he labels 'nuomena'.

Can somebody offer their opinions on why it will never be looked at by SETI? I'm assuming that Mr Yuksel has connections to SETI, but the reason we haven't heard anything must have something to do with some form of solipsistic convictions on behalf of the collective community at SETI et al?

Peace ya'll.

I was listening to JRE Episode 606 with Randall Carlson.

He is a master mason, architectural designer, geometrician, geomythologist, geological explorer and renegade explorer.

He doesn't dismiss the foreknowledge of global cataclysms as pseudoscience.

Could it be possible that these cyclical catastrophes are examples The day the earth is replaced with another earth? Graham Hancock is working in his sequel to Fingerprints of the Gods, which will be called "Magicians of the Gods". I look forward to reading this. I agree with a lot of Graham Hancocks ideas about the gnostics etc. He makes over-generalizations with regards to all world religions but there is definitely some truth to it. I just made this thread for fun, not sure what I'm asking.

Can you please implement a (Plus)+ sign at the end of each thread title, on the  which will bookmark the thread and add it to a section called "My bookmarks"?

I have included a screenshot just to illustrate. Apologies for the deplorable example.

Europe / God alone masjid in London?
« on: June 23, 2014, 12:30:30 PM »
I've been searching for a while now but I haven't found anything other than people talking about it, but never pointing out where any of these masjids are.

I read somewhere on the forum that there's one in south london, and london bridge, but no address has been mentioned.

I think it's finally time we get some solid info of this. Or if anybody knows of a place in East, South East/South, or Central London, please let me know because ramadhan is coming up and I would love to be able to go to perform jamaat salat at a place of worship for God ALONE.


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