The origin of ultrasonic sounds in the holy books and relation to creation
- 1Department of Persian Language, Faculty of Literature, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran
Res. J. Language and Literature Sci., Volume 5, Issue (3), Pages 16-23, July,19 (2018)
In the realm of comparative literature, there are shared elements that prepare the ground for the integration of various branches of knowledge on the one hand and indicate the horizons of past eras, from which all ideas and receptions originated. Any attempt to explore these alignments not only helps eliminate inconsistencies and disparities between various specialties, but also lay the ground for the integration and convergence of these fields of knowledge. Comparative studies in modern age may help revive great scientists such as Avicenna, Razi and Khajeh Nasir, as well as prominent poets such as Ferdowsi, Khayam, Naser Khosro, Sanaei, Attar, etc., who were known as "sages" in their time due to their mastery of knowledge. In this context, there appears to be a significant relationship between "word" and "speech" in the sense implied in Quran, scriptures and mystical thoughts and ultrasonic waves in empirical sciences, especially medical sciences, which is worthy of further research. Words or speeches are vibrations of sound waves, which are spreading throughout the universe. At the beginning and end of Creation, word is the origin of divine will, and the most prominent feature of man, i.e. his speaking ability, distinguishes him from other creatures. In the realm of medical sciences, ultrasonic waves are used for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and "remembrance" in mystical texts - which are in fact the vibration of sound waves - are able to soothe and comfort humans. This paper intends to explore the importance of word, speech and the link between zikr (remembrance) and ultrasonic treatment.
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