[1] Write down the numbers of all the verses in the Quran, next to one another. The numbers for Sura 1 look like this: 1234567, since it consists of 7 verses.
[2] Now write down the total number of verses in Sura 1. Thus, the number representing Sura 1 will look like this: 12345677.
[3] Sura 2 consists of 286 verses. Write down the verse numbers of this sura, next to each other, followed by the total number of verses. The number representing Sura 2, therefore, will look like this: 1234.....286286.
[4] The number representing the first 2 suras will look like this: 123456771234……286286.
[5] The number representing the whole Quran looks like this: 123456771234…286286………1234566.
[6] Place the total number of verses in the Quran, 6234, at the end of the long number shown above. The final number will consist of 12696 digits and will look like this:
First No: 123456771234……2862861234.………..12345666234. 
This long number, which encompasses all the verses of the Quran and the totals of the verses in each sura, and the grand total of all verses in the Quran, is a multiple of 19.
[7] Instead of putting the total number of verses in each sura at the END of each sura, let us put it AHEAD of each sura. Thus, the number representing Sura 1 will look like this: 71234567, instead of 12345677.
[8] The number representing Sura 2 will look like this: 2861234….286, instead of 1234….286286.
[9] Follow this same system with all the suras of the Quran. The number representing the last sura will look like this: 6123456, instead of 1234566. The complete number consists of 12692 digits, 19x668, and looks like this:
Second No: 712345672861234...2861234......6123456. Multiple of 19.

[10] Look at the "First No." Add the number of each sura AHEAD of the total number of verses. Thus the number representing Sura 1 will now look like this:

123456717, instead of 12345677.
[11] Do this for all suras of the Quran. The final number looks like this:
Third No: 1234567171234......28622861234............1234561146

This very long number (12930 digits) now includes the sura numbers and is also a multiple of 19.
[12] Look at the "Second No." Place the number of each sura at the END of the sura's verse numbers. Thus, the number representing Sura 1 will look like this: 712345671.
[13] Do this for all the suras in the Quran, followed by the total number of verses in the Quran. The final complete number, consisting of 12930 digits, is also a multiple of 19 and looks like this:
Fourth No: 7123456712861234......2862..…......61234561146234. 
[14] Write the sum of verse numbers in the Quran (1+2+3+...n = 333410), then the total number of verses, 6234, then the number of suras, 114, followed by each sura number, followed by its number of verses:
Fifth No: 3334106234114172286.......1146. (A multiple of 19) 
[15] Take the Fifth No. & reverse the numbers of suras and verse numbers. Thus, instead of representing the first sura with 17, it will be represented by 71, while the last sura will be represented by 6114 instead of 1146. Do this for every sura.
Sixth No: 3334106234114712862.......6114. (A multiple of 19) 
[16] Write down the total number of verses in the Quran, 6234, followed by the number of verses in Sura 1, followed by the number of verses in Sura 2, and so on until the last sura in the Quran, the final complete number (235 digits) is a multiple of 19:
Seventh No: 62347286200176..........127............635456
(Total # of verses)(Suras 1, 2, 3, & 4) (Sura 9) (Last 6 suras)

