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Its marvels will never cease

(Jami Tirmidhi)

Scientific and Archaeological Explanation of

the Ayaats of the Holy Quran

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Sura: Al-A'raaf
Ayat 179

And certainly We have created for hell many of the jinn and the men; they have hearts with which they
do not understand, and they have eyes with which they do not see, and they have ears with which
they do not hear; they are as cattle, nay, they are in worse errors; these are the heedless ones.

M Shakir's Quran Translation

Heart Mind Interaction

Traditionally, the study of communication pathways between the "head" and heart has been approached from a
rather one-sided perspective, with scientists focusing primarily on the heart's responses to the brain's commands.
However, we have now learned that communication between the heart and brain is actually a dynamic, ongoing,
two-way dialogue, with each organ continuously influencing the other's function. Research has shown that the heart
communicates to the brain in four major ways: neurologically (through the transmission of nerve impulses),
biochemically (via hormones and neurotransmitters), biophysically (through pressure waves) and energetically
(through electromagnetic field interactions). Communication along all these conduits significantly affects the brain's
activity. Moreover, our research shows that messages the heart sends the brain can also affect performance.

These newly discovered facts are already mentioned in the Holy Quran when it encourages us to think saying: “They
have heart with which they do not understand”; indicating that hearts have some dynamic relation with thinking.

The heart communicates with the brain and body in four ways:

Neurological communication (nervous system)

Biophysical communication (pulse wave)

Biochemical communication (hormones)

Energetic communication (electromagnetic fields)

Many interesting scientific researches are going on in this field. It is becoming a separate subject now. Those people
who had gone through heart transplants also experienced strange feelings and started adopting the habits of the
person from whom they got the heart. Yasha Kresh, PhD, Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery and Medicine,
Research Director of Cardiothoracic Surgery says:

"It turns out that the heart has its own 'brain' - an intrinsic nervous system. It's not clear what it does or if it's
subservient to the higher brain. But it's clear that it is there, and I believe it has a mission because evolution does
not allow things to remain without purpose. We think this internal nervous system helps to fine-tune and
integrate the heart's diverse activity."

I urge the readers to read the interesting material on the subject and be amazed with the fact that how is it possible
that something that accurate is mentioned in the Holy Quran many centuries back without any modern equipment.
This document is based on my under process book. I plan to collect all the Ayaats of the Holy Quran with deal with
scientific, historical and archaeological subjects. I am trying to provide explanation to those Ayaats in light of
Previous commentaries (Tafaseer), established science, archaeological discoveries and Arabic lexicons. Send in
your comments, queries and suggestion at

Please do not copy paste without permission, until my book is published, Insha’Allah.

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