Dawood:Thus, Nataq was prophet’s explanation of what he saw, experienced, and perceived, including some quranic verses if any, about the beginning of the revelation and his ministry in chap 53.
53:2 Your honored companion is neither in error, nor is he misled.
53:3 Nor does he utter the Word out of his desire.
53:4 This (Qur’an) is but a revelation that is being revealed to him.
53:5 He has been taught by the One Mighty in Powers.
53:6 The Owner of authority and wisdom established him (the Prophet).
Answer: There is no evidence within the Quran that these verses relate to the first encounter; this is exaggerated speculation resulting from a need to ‘explain’ the time, where and why each verse was revealed based solely on the beliefs of the fairy tale authors of this topic.
When you add ‘first contact’ to these verses you are making up stories.
You claim that nataq are the words he used to explain his encounter, hence he spoke about what occurred, he expressed his feelings, hence these are his words out of his desire. The Quran says he is not repeating words out of his desire, and this can only be relating to reciting the words of the Quran. Any other words spoken by the Messenger are his words which he wishes to use to express his feelings, and these are excluded from the meaning of this verse.