The eternal / heavenly / well-guarded Tablet, mentioned e.g. in al-Buruj 85:21-22
bal huwa qur'aan(un) majeed(un) fee lawH(in) maHfooZ(in) Yes, this is a glorious qur'an on tablets well guarded
is thought of as containing the heavenly original of the Qur'an. Muslims in general believe that has 104 parts (reason/source?).
The Eternal Tablet: 104 Divisions - 100 taken back * 10 to Adam * 50 to Seth * 30 to Enoch * 10 to Abraham - 1 to Moses (Torah) - 1 to David (Zaboor) - 1 to Jesus (Injil) - Remaining one: Qur'an
According to the understanding of some Muslims, the Torah, Zaboor, and Injil are still left here (i.e. not taken back to heaven) because their purpose is to predict the coming of Muhammad (cf. as-Saff 61:6 al-A`raf 7:157
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