The Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz)
By: Allameh Sayyed Abul Hasan Hafezian Razavi
In The Name Of God, the all Compassionate, the all Merciful (786)
The Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) is an exquisite work by Allameh Hafezian. This work has been created and composed in accordance with the special mystical knowledge of numbers and their potentially latent and secret laden relationships among numbers and words.
The work has also moved in line with complementary tables of 25x25 and by virtue of the Holy Quran verses and the narratives (Hadiths) with the focus on the Holy Prophet Mohammad (May Allah’s blessings be upon him and his Ahlul Bayt). The outstanding facade of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) has been beautified by the verses of the Holy Quran and some pieces of poetry by the renowned Iranian poet Saadi.
The poems present ovation, commendation, and administration for the holy status of Holy Prophet Muhammad (May Allah’s blessings be upon him and his Ahlul Bayt). It is worth mentioning that the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) ipso facto entails remarkably amazing content and tables.
Titles, names, and attributes of Holy Prophet Muhammad (May Allah’s blessings be upon him and his Ahlul Bayt) are in the overall holy Quranic verses and Hadiths. They would constitute the substantial component of tables 25 by 25. Surprisingly enough, the first line of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) focuses on special greetings and Salam and the remaining six hundred nets of the tables are composed of two compound words with the focus on Holy Prophet Mohammad (May Allah’s blessings be upon him and his Ahlul Bayt) more than half of these are directly created by the late author of the Sacred Slate(Lohe Mahfouz) and they have been discovered from Quranic verses and Hadiths.
The late Allameh Hafezian (the composer of the tablet) has come up with remarkably surprising results through the precise calculation of Abjad numbers and letters and establishing interrelated relationships. The mystical and rigorous exploration of the inter table relatedness unfold profound layers of sensibility and meaningfulness.
Among the subtleties of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) one can point out the descriptive mode of the treasure of blessings and grace in the first line at the peak of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) coupled with the Abjad calculation (786) and its resonance with the related tables and numbers and this number belongs to the name of God.
A careful look at the tables indicates that Abjad numbers for any calculated compound is highlighted in red with the presentation of the surprising and the sacred results of the slate. The calculation of numbers and their adding and their compatibility occurred in 1943 when the late author must have used very ordinary tools. This was at the time when computers and calculators did not exist. According to him, his success was a grace from Allah Almighty. The beautiful and exhilarating illustrations of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) unfold themselves in the following ways:
A: Ten verses from the Holy Quran, verses with the focus on Holy Prophet Muhammad (May Allah’s blessings be upon him and his Ahlul Bayt) and his mission with the calculation of the Abjad numbers are classified with two sections to the effect that two verses are embedded in the heart of the moon and stars on both sides and fine verses in the gilded rectangulars.
B: The title of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) is associated with the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful. This has been ornamented at the apex of the slate and in the midst of the design.
C: Fine verses from Saadi’s anthology of poetry in admiring the Holy Prophet Muhammad (May Allah’s blessings be upon him and his Ahlul Bayt) and his progeny has been selectively used in the forms of the similar rectangular shapes and gilded rectangular forms of the second row, with the computation of the Abjad numbers underneath them.
Be advised that the total numbers of the verses of the Holy Quran and verses of the poem are separate. The presence of number five in the designs, frames, subjects, and its connectedness to the five members of Holy Prophet Muhammad (May Allah’s blessings be upon him and his Ahlul Bayt) household (Panjtan) would be of great significance.
In the main text of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz), the frames of the tables 5x5 and 25x25 along with the names, attributes, and nick names of the holy prophet with the Abjad numbers for each of them, have given rise to a beautiful square.
The margin (four sides of the overall table) entails the everlasting word of the Imam of the monotheists, Imam Ali (A.S.) in connection with Holy Prophet Muhammad (May Allah’s blessings be upon him and his Ahlul Bayt).
E: The final sections below the tables present the précis and the epitome of the numerical features and the amazingly beautiful conclusions by Allameh Hafezian Razavi.
The word and the number oriented connections that ultimately boil down to number 11826 in every part of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) encompass the lofty name of Mustafa in accordance with principles of numbers and words and their implications including their locutionary, illocutionary and per locutionary. This substantiates and corroborates the demonstration and the evidence for all truth seekers and people of perspicacity and sagacity.
Both universes acquired their names became of his existence.
The celestial and heavenly realm embraced composure and tranquility because of him.
The beautiful design of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) is embedded within exquisitely impressive colors and the one of a kind hand writing of Hassan Zarin Khat, the calligrapher. They all indicate the savvy taste and the profoundly beautiful tactfulness, erudition, and enthusiasm of the author and the composer of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz).
The name Ahmad constitutes the name all of prophets. The number one hundred is already inclusive of the number ninety.
Indubitably understanding the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) needs rigorous and recondite contemplation in all multifaceted, obvious and latent layers of meaning.
Fortunately during his bountiful and gracious life span, Allameh Hafezian composed and compiled the exegesis and the elaborate elucidation of the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz).
The work has been published in Urdu, English, and Persian languages for everyone interested.
In order to obtain comprehensive information on the Guarded Tablet (Lohe Mahfouz) it is recommended that the interested readers study the book by Allameh Hafezian.
Tell the sheikh of claims, voices and promises observe the call to prayers since the very composition is indeed an admiring composition of Holy Prophet Muhammad (May Allah’s blessings be upon him and his Ahlul Bayt) (a verse of a poem by Allameh Hafezian).