Why did Attar refer to the advent of Mubarak only in the ninth and nineteenth chapters, because he was also obsessed with occult inspirations, and nineteen is a strange and wonderful number.

- The number 19 is the sum of the digits 9 and 10 in the power of 1 (10 to the power of 1). The difference between the digits 9 and 10 to the power of 2 is still an order of 19. The sun, moon and earth, in all their positions, line up for 19 years.

Comet Holly passes through the solar system every 76 years. (4 * 19)

The position of the number 19 in the Pascal triangle - Pascal triangle is an arithmetic triangle that is used in algebra and in the calculation of probabilities, is the sum of the first 19 digits The most important and sacred number that forms the basis of the calendar and arrangement of divine decrees is the number nineteen, which includes the number of months of the year, days of the month, the amount of dowry for women, fines and fasting – for nineteen days from sunrise to sunset in the last month. Year – and even the number of chapters of the Bible Umm Al-Kitab, the mother of the books (Holy) are all based on the number nineteen. Even the number of congresses of the Freedom Tower in Tehran, designed by the Baha’is, is nineteen, and its geometric gap faces the Baha’i Qibla in Acre, indicating an architectural miracle of the masterpieces of Baha’i designers and engineers. But the reason for choosing the number nineteen is due to the mastery of the right to know the secrets of creation, because before the advent of the computer and obtaining the following figures in precise mathematical calculations, the first right was aware of it and informed about it. The Holy Quran contains 114 in the name of God, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate.

Among the 114 chapters of the Qur’an, 113 chapters begin with Bismillah. The only surah that does not have Bismillah is Surah Tawbah, and Surah An-Naml, which includes two Bismillahs, the first is Bismillah at the beginning of the surah and the second is verse 30. From Surah Tawbah onwards, which does not begin with Bismillah, Surah An-Naml is in the nineteenth Surah after it. There is a Bismillah at the beginning of Surah An-Naml (ie, the twenty-seventh surah), just as there is a Bismillah at the beginning of verse 30 of this surah. Therefore, there are two in the name of God in this surah. And this Bismillah, which is also in verse 30, completes the list of 114 Bismillah that the Qur’an contains. When we add the number of this verse and this surah (ie 30 and 27) together, we reach the total of fifty-seven (57 * 3 = 19 *). Total Surahs from Surah At-Tawbah (Surah Ninth) to Surah An-Naml (Surah 27) (27 + 26 + 25 + 24 + 23 + 22 + 21 + 20 + 19 + 18 + 17 + 16 + 15 + 14 + 13 + 12 + 11 + 10 + 9 = 342). This number is obtained by multiplying two numbers nineteen and eighteen.

The total number of times the name “Allah” is mentioned in verses whose number is a multiple of 19 (76,57,38,19 …) is 133, in other words (7 * 19 = 133) - The abjad value of the word “unit”, which means one, is 19