[Quran 79.5] Execute orders (Mudaberat Amran in Arabic)
[Quran 32.5] Rules the cosmic affair (Yudaber Al-Amr in Arabic) from the heavens to the Earth. Then this affair travels to Him a distance in one day, at a measure of one thousand years of what you count.
"Mudaberat" in Arabic means execute and "Amr" means order. These exact two words are also used in describing the rate at which God's orders are executed:
Physicists know how a wormhole works but have never actually used one. Do you remember how a frictionless roller coaster works? That is, you start high and slow then you go down and fast but when you come back up again to the previous height you return to your previous slow speed? Well, the wormhole is the most efficient roller coaster you can imagine. Energy is not required to move through the wormhole, that is, you can simply switch off your rockets. Gravity accelerates you and pulls you through and then expels you the other side. You will feel like being swept by waves at the beach; nothing more.
God gave this method of transportation to his angels throughout the universe. The Quran calls them ‘Maarej’ and describes how angels use them for long distance travel. Today Moslems know that these ‘Maarej’ is what scientists call wormholes:
[Quran 70.1-4] Someone asked about the penalty that will befall 2 the unbelievers; (A penalty) that has none to ward off; 3 (a penalty) from Allah (who owns) wormholes [Maarej in Arabic] 4 The angels and the Spirit ascend to Him in a day, the measure of which is fifty thousand years.
Amen Brother, Amen!
All the revelations were revealed from above, up there somewhere. Which simply means from within the Universe but outside of Earth through a messenger, amazingly the messenger is created from light.
Originally posted by unexplainedtruth
But wormholes exist only in theory am i right? I don't doubt they can be used, but i think one would have to be created and don't occur naturally in nature
and is this based on the definition of the word? "Maarej"
"Today Moslems know that these ‘Maarej’ is what scientists call wormholes:"
All and all great post i am very interested in the ancient astronauts theory.
Thanks for the post
Originally posted by EarthWanderer
Does the Quran say anything about the ET presence?
(42:29) of the Quran,we are told, "Among His (God's) signs is the creation of the heavens and the earth,and the living creatures that He has scattered through them :and He has power to gather them together when He wills."
In Sura 55:33-34,we are addressed,"O ye assembly of Jinn and men!If it be you can pass beyond the regions of the heavens and the earth,pass ye!Not without authority will ye be able to pass!Then which of the favours of your Lord will ye deny?" (52)
Why does God ask us to go into space? There must be some purpose.Maybe it be for us to fulfil some grand destiny in store for our species- maybe to become a galactic race,a respectable part of the galactic community of civilizations.
Maybe,it is our travels in space that may lead to our encounter with aliens and fulfil the prophesy in 42:29.Only time will tell.In anticipation of the time when we become space-travellers,we are told in Sura 29:22, "Neither on earth nor in heaven shall you be beyond reach:nor have you any guardian or helper besides Allah." (53)
Could it be that the being, which we refer to as GOD, has the potential knowledge to send messages without a Fiber Optic? Yes it is, simply because we haven’t mastered the modus operandi does not in any way diminish its possibilities. This rigorously proves that we are not alone and the fact that an advance being does exist whom possibly did create us.
1. The Koran says that the sun and the moon go around in orbits, and in other places talks about the actual place on earth where the sun rises and sets (in a muddy spring, apparently). This, combined with its insistence that the earth is absolutely fixed and unmoving, and that the sky is a "firmament" with fixed stars "hanging" in it, shows that the Koran has no knowledge of heliocentricism whatsoever. Taken in context, the sun's orbit as described by the Koran can mean nothing other than an orbit around the earth, and indeed that was the way it was interpreted for centuries.
2. Your link takes me to a page that offers extremely tenuous links from passages IT SAYS are there in the Koran to the speed of light. Where is this verse? Please quote the actual verse for me.
But let's check it out.
According to your website, "... angels travel in one day the same distance that the moon travels in 1000 lunar years, that is, 12000 Lunar Orbits / Earth Day. "
Angels, according to your website, are supposed to be light - it's not even in the Koran! How can angels be said to BE light? This is a creative interpretation, to put it mildly.
But wait, where does this 12000 come from? 1 Lunar Year is 1 orbit of the moon around the earth, so 1000 Lunar Years is 1000 Lunar Orbits, not 12000.
Speed of light is approximately 300,000 km per second.
a. One lunar year is 27.3 earth days.
b. So 1000 lunar years is 27,300 earth days.
c. Speed of the moon is 1.023 km per second (Wikipedia), so the distance travelled by the moon in 1000 lunar years is 2.41 billion km.
d. Angels travel this distance in one earth day, according to your site.
e. The speed of angels is approximately 27,900 km per second, which is ONE THOUSAND times less than the speed of light in a vacuum.
If the Koran meant to tell us the speed of light, why didn't it say "HERE IS THE SPEED OF LIGHT"? That was my point in my previous answers - there is never a direct reference to anything that astronomy knows today in ancient texts. Only someone with today's knowledge, today's mathematics, today's science and today's instruments can manipulate the simple numbers mentioned in completely different contexts and make it into something resembling today's known facts.