Math and physics of Greatest Name: Retracing Marko Rodin's Bahai research

Oct 2013
697
Glenwood, Queensland, Australia
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I'm trying to find some of the core quotes in the Bahai Writings Marko Rodin discovered in Kitabi Iqan.
Easier just to read the Kitab-i-Iqan :)

https://www.miscellanie.com/allthetexts/bahaullah/iqan/index.html

or if you prefer it all on one single page

https://www.miscellanie.com/allthetexts/bahaullah/iqan/iqan.html

or

PDF: https://www.miscellanie.com/allthetexts/bahaullah/KitabiIqan.pdf

or

ePub: https://www.miscellanie.com/allthetexts/bahaullah/KitabiIqan.epub

With warmest greetings

Romane
 
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I mean the quotes that specifically inspired

I mean the quotes that specifically inspired him to know the "name of God" mathematically is 9.

Allah'u'abha or Ya'Baha'u'llah Abha instead of something like Abracadabra or something else?
 
Jun 2014
1,043
Wisconsin
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I mean the quotes that specifically inspired him to know the "name of God" mathematically is 9.

Allah'u'abha or Ya'Baha'u'llah Abha instead of something like Abracadabra or something else?
"9" is symbolic as the largest single-digit number, which is why the Abjad symbolism is related to "BAHA" = "9". God is the greatest, therefore the Abjad of his name is the greatest number.

This would be the qoute:

"First, regarding the significance of the number nine: Its importance as a symbol used so often in various connections by the believers lies in three facts: first, it symbolizes the nine great world religions of which we have any definite historical knowledge, including the Babi and Baha’i Revelations; second, it represents the number of perfection, being the highest single number; third, it is the numerical value of the word ‘Bahá’." (Letter written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi)
 

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