The number of repetitions of the words “Allah” in the verses of the Quran, which are multiple of 9, is 133.

**7 x 19 = 133**

**133 ≡ 0 (mod 7) and ≡ 0 (mod 19)**

There are no other integer divisors of the number 133 except number 7 and 19. The prime factors of the number 133 are 7 and 19. Therefore, the number 133 leads us mathematically to the number 7 and 19, we have no alternative. This result allows us to see immediately that numbers 7 and 19 are critical numbers for the numerical coding system.

In the following tables, the verses of the Qur’an, which are the multiples of 19, repetition of the words “Allah” in the verses are given.

Table-1: The number of repetitions of the different forms of the word “Allah” in these verses.

Table-2: The number of repeats of the letter “Allah” in surahs and verses.

*The numbers 7 and 19 appear in the Sura numbers, which are multiples of 19 and 19, and in the verse numbers of these Suras.*

**The Surahs which are the multiples of 19 and 19, verses inside them: **

**266 = 7 x 19 x 2 ** **399 = 7 x 19 x …**

In the Qur’an, the Surahs which are the multiples of 19 and 19, verses inside with un-numbered Basmalahs confirm coding numbers 7 and 19.

**266 = 7 **x** 19 **x** 2**

**266 ≡ 0 (mod 7) and ≡ 0 (mod 19)**

399 = 7 x 19 x …

**399 ≡ 0 (mod 7) and ≡ 0 (mod 19)**

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