Many of the earliest revealed chapters of the Quran cite various phenomena as evidence in support of the cardinal doctrines and teachings of the Quran. Some of these passages constitute prophecies, the fulfillment of which has been witnessed in the course of the centuries. Often the fulfillment is of the literal meaning, sometimes it is of the metaphorical connotation, or it may be of both. As already explained, the very name of the Book is a grand prophecy, the fulfillment of which has been witnessed through the ages. The very first revelation announced the advent of the age of learning through the extensive use of the pen (96:4-6).
55:20 He has made the two bodies of water flow. They will one day meet.
55:21 Between them is now a barrier; they encroach not one upon the other.
55:34 O company of Jinn and men! if you have power to go beyond the confines of the heavens and earth, then do go. But you cannot go save with authority.
55:35 Which, then, of the favours of your Lord will you twain deny?
55:36 There shall be sent against you a flame of fire, and smoke; and you shall not be able to help yourselves.
84:2 When the heaven bursts asunder,
84:3 And gives ear to her Lord – and this is incumbent upon her
84:4 And when the earth is spread out,
84:5 And casts out all that is in her, and becomes empty.
84:6 And gives ear to her Lord – and this is incumbent upon her.
81:5 And when the she-camels, ten month pregnant, are abandoned.
81:8 And when people are brought together,
81:11 And when books are spread abroad,
81:12 And when the heaven is laid bare,
99:2 When the earth is shaken with her violent shaking
99:3 And the earth brings forth her burdens,
99:4 And man says, ‘What is the matter with her?’
99:5 That day will she tell her news,
99:6 For thy Lord will have revealed about her.
99:7 On that day will men come forth in scattered groups that they may be shown the results of their works.
99:8 Then whoso does an atom’s weight of good will see it.
99:9 And whoso does an atom’s weight of evil will also see it.
20:106 And they ask thee concerning the mountains. Say: ‘my Lord will break them into pieces and scatter them as dust.
20:107 ‘And He will leave them as a barren, level plain.
20:108 ‘Wherein thou wilt see no depression, or elevation.’
27:83 And when the sentence is passed against them, We shall bring forth for them a germ out of the earth, which shall wound them because people did not believe in Our Signs.
75:8 When the eye is dazzled.
75:9 And the moon is eclipsed.