Quran miracle showed that the bible 72 demon of King Solomon is also in one of the Quran chapter.
The 72nd chapter of the Quran entitled AL-Jinn (The Jinn.
In the Bible King Solomon managed in God help to captured and put to his service 72 of those jinn / demons, along with their legions as each of those jinn have 600 to 6000 legion under their order. Each having multiple legions each legion is 6000 lesser demons.
The jinn are said to be creatures with free will, created from ‘smokeless fire’ by God According to the Quran, jinn have free choice, and Satan used this freedom in front of God by refusing to bow to Adam when God commanded him to do so.
By refusing to obey God’s order he was thrown out of the Paradise and called “Shaitan” (Satan). In the Quran, jinn are frequently mentioned and the Surah (chapter) number 72 of the Quran is called Al-Jinn (the Jinn). This chapter is entirely about the jinn (evil and demons)
Surah (Chapter) 27:17
God said that he; gathered to Solomon his army of jinn, humans and birds; gathered and dispersed.
In general, Jinn are mentioned 36 times in the Quran. And in the bible LUKE 8; 36 s a verse talking about a man who was possessed with a devil .and how that Jesus managed to cast the demon out in the name of God. So the number 36 is half of 72. Demon number 36 in the list of nabi Sulaiman is called Stoles (Stolas) he is one of demons prince.
Sorat Yā Sīn (also Yaseen; Arabic 🙂 is the 36th sūrah of the Quran. It has 83 verses (āyāt). It is used among other ayaat to get rid of bad jinn, cleansing demons.
Look the beauty of Quran using all chapters and verses and sometimes echo what the bible was saying in same mathematical order.
King Solomon true name was Jedidiah, the ‘friend of God’ but was
later made Shelomo, Solomon, and the ‘King of Peace,’ because of the peace that prevailed during the greater part of his reign.
And other names he had also: Ben,
It is written that at the time Solomon began the building of the Temple, Assaf, the Wazir of Solomon, complained that someone was stealing precious jewels from his rooms, and from other courtiers as well. Even the royal treasury was not immune. Now Assaf was also renowned for his wisdom and knew that no ordinary thief could have done these deeds. ‘Some evil spirit causes this mischief,’ he counseled the King.
Solomon then prayed fervently to God to deliver the wicked spirit into his hands for punishment. At once his prayer was answered. The archangel Michael appeared before the King, and put into his hand the mightiest power that ever was or shall be in this world a small, golden ring, inset with a seal of engraved stone. It has Iron and copper sides and Golden ring with the sacred name of God.
And Michael said: ‘Take this ring, O Solomon King, son of
David, the gift which the Lord God hath sent unto thee. Wear this ring, and all the demons of the earth, both male and female, thou wilt command.’
Now, many medieval sources claim that the pentalpha, or
pentacle, the ancient sign of sorcery, was engraved on the ring, because Solomon was said to have been a master of the magic arts. But the pentacle is older than Solomon,
first seen on pottery from Ur of the Chaldees, in ancient Babylon. Continue Reading →