Every miracle comes for its time and place. For instance, when Moses and Aaron were given their miracles, it was a time when magic was highly regarded. When Saleh was provided the camel as a miracle, it was destined for a people who considered camels as prized possessions. When Jesus came with his miracles, famine and disease were prevalent, and when Muhammad came with the Quran, the Arabs of that day valued poetry.
Today we live in the computer age, but more specifically in the age of cryptography, and God provided us a cryptographic code based on the prime number 19. This code provides assurances that the Quran we have today is the unaltered message that was originally sent down 1400 years ago and that the original sender of this message was no other than God Himself.
In summary, the Quran contains 114 suras, of which 29 of these suras are prefixed with initials. In 1974, exactly 1406 lunar years since the revelation of the Quran, it was discovered that these initials occur in their respective suras in multiples of 19. Sometimes independently, and sometimes in collective sets, creating an interlocking mechanism between the initials and their suras. Below is a summary of the 29 initialed suras and the frequency of occurrences.