You wrote: “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.”
Evidence is written in Large Fonts on the wall for those who can open their eyes/minds to see it and ponder over it. There are only two such encounters mentioned in Quran. Verses 53:13-17 are depicting a second encounter, it is thus certain absolutely that the first encounter is mentioned in 53:6-12. My brother, your belief about so called “fairy tales” has blocked your intellect to ponder over these verses. If authors of fairy tales have mentioned something related to these verses of the Quran, it cannot make these verses suspect.
You wrote: “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.”
Haha. Br. Jawaid, you bring in your feelings to bear upon Quranic words and phrases. Nataq is not repeating words. Please look up a good lexicon. Nataq is a human speech in which one himself is responsible selecting, and arranging words and phrases to express something, an idea, an experience, an argument, etc. One can recount an experience in two ways: (i) As it is without addition and subtraction, and (ii) with some or lot addition/subtraction based on one’s sentiments and mental condition/state. Verses 53:3,11-12 have comprehensively rejected the second kind. See my response to Br. Razi related to the verses under discussion.