“… Oh, Musa (Moses)! I – Allah, the Lord of the worlds “(Qur’an, 28:30).
“… Blessed be Allah, the Lord of the worlds!” (Qur’an, 7:54).
According to the statement companions of the Prophet sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa sallam, Abu Saeed al-Curls, Allah created forty thousand worlds, and this world with all of its creations – only one of them.
One of the greatest commentators of the Holy Quran Imam Razi wrote that existence is unknown to us spaces of our world can be proved rationally, since it is obvious that the Almighty Allah for him is not difficult to create millions of other worlds in infinite space.
He also pointed out that the inhabitants of other worlds do not have to be similar to the inhabitants of our earthly world and their living conditions are radically different from Earth.
The physical conditions of life in these worlds may be different from those that occur on Earth.
“Allah – He Who created the seven heavens and as many earths. The command descends among them so you may know that Allah has power over all things and that Allah encompasses all things in knowledge. ” (Qur’an; 65: 12)
Worth noting that if the word “Heaven” is equivalent to the universe, then there are at least seven universes, each of which has its own laws of physics.
This verse also makes it clear that Allah created other worlds and his commandments, and descend on them, as the worlds mentioned in the present tense, that is there.
It also points to the possible existence of several worlds.
Scientists say the existence of billions of galaxies in which there are billions of stars and planets.
In one of the verses of the surah “al-Shura,” it says: “Among His signs – creation of the heavens izemli, as well as those living beings, whom he settled on them. It is able to collect them, whenever he wants. ” (Qur’an; 42: 29)
In this regard, the author of the famous translation of the Koran into English by Abdullah Yusuf Ali writes in his commentary: “It can be assumed that life in some form or another for some scattered millions of heavenly bodies scattered throughout the cosmos.” (Ali, Abdullah Yusuf, The Holy Quran: Text, Transaltion and Commentary, Ad-Dar Al-`Arabiah, Beirut, 1938, 1314).