Years ago I came across a very interesting document on atomic transmutations which are unknown to modern science. If you look into the regular table of the elements, taught in schools It appears to be very rigid, boring and uninteresting. Our study of the elements, on the other hand, is thrilling, exciting and full of life. Do enjoy and here you go!
TRANSMUTATION OF THE ELEMENTS
This chart is arranged in a seven-orbit spiral; towards the center, atomic weight becomes heavier and heavier, and atomic number goes higher and higher. Furthermore, the elements in the lower half of each orbit have generally longer spectroscopic wavelengths (measured in Angstrom units-the elements in the upper half have shorter wavelengths.
Yin: is governed by centrifugal force (from the center to the periphery)
Yang: is governed by centripetal force (from the periphery towards the center)
You can discover some very interesting things from this chart. For example: find oxygen (O) and carbon (C); oxygen is in a more Yin category, carbon is more yang. Yang carbon and yin oxygen are something like male and female; they have nearly opposite tendencies, and can therefore combine very easily. Hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O) are very far from each other in this chart, they can also combine very easily, as in H2O (water). This is one reason water can naturally occur in abundance.
* This spirallic arrangement of major elements is made according to the spectroscopic examination of color waves. Approximately 8,000 A to 5,000 A is the area of yang elements, and approximately, 5000 A to 3,500 A of yin elements. According to this chart, elements occupying the positions in opposite orbits-e.g,, hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O)- can combine easily due to the principle of attraction between yang and yin; and elements occupying a similar position-e.g., hydrogen (H) and helium (He)- have difficulty combining with each other unless technical changes of temperature, pressure, or nature are applied.
* Elements occupying peripheral areas are more yin and lighter-e.g., hydrogen (H) and helium (He) -while elements located at more central areas are more yang and heavier-e.g., zinc (Zn) and iron (Fe). Elements belonging in the most central orbits-e.g. uranium (U) – are radioactive, tending to return to the outer orbits in the same way the sun is radiating its energy outwards in the solar system. Most balanced elements are found in the fourth orbit, and some are magnetic, such as iron (Fe), cobalt (Co), and nickel (Ni)
* The chart reveals that lighter elements are gradually transmuting toward heavier elements and heavier elements are in turn transmuting back into lighter elements, though it may take some thousands to millions of years to do so naturally. The transmuting speed of peripheral elements is much slower than that of central elements.
* The precise chart of classification of the elements by yin and yang should be considered together with this spectroscopic examination, including other factors such as the nature of chemical reactions and freezing, melting, and boiling temperatures. Knowing the yin and yang nature of the elements, we are able to discover the laws and phenomena-chemical and biochemical, geological and biological-as well as the order of change.
The same applies to the earth whereby relative heavier elements, molecules and compounds gradually gravitated towards the center, eventually forming the solid core of the earth, while others of lighter weight gradually formed the periphery of the Earth, eventually becoming the atmosphere, water (as compound of more yin oxygen and more yang hydrogen) started to combine easily, and covering the surface of the solid Earth.
The Mystery of Water
Let’s use this understanding to solve some scientific mysteries.
Water (H2O) has a very strange property. If we take some water and apply heat, as the water heats up towards boiling, its volume expands. However, if we apply cold, at a certain point the volume also expands. The borderline is about 4° C. – below this, water expands and above this water expands. Why? These are simple facts which science knows, but nobody has any good explanation for why. So we must use our magic spectacles – yin and yang.
We know hydrogen is more yang and oxygen is more yin. A water molecule has two hydrogen and one oxygen atom,
We can see that (H) hydrogen is more yang so it naturally goes down; yin (O) oxygen goes up. The two hydrogen atoms can’t come too close, though, because they repel each other, so this structure results. Now if we apply heat (yang), what happens? Which atoms can attract this high temperature? Oxygen (yin). Hydrogen does not react so fast, as it is already more yang; but the oxygen atom quickly absorbs the heat and becomes more yang (compact. The attraction begins to deteriorate as the oxygen atom begins to repel the hydrogen atoms; the molecule becomes larger and the water’s total volume expands. Now, if we apply cold, the yin oxygen does not react so quickly; but the hydrogen atoms becomes more yin (expanded) quickly. Again, the molecule’s attraction deteriorated, and the water begins to expand.
If we carefully examine all our modern scientific “laws,” discoveries, technologies, and so forth, one by one, you find something very interesting. Most of them are superstitious, baseless assumptions, and will all naturally be changed or discarded, ten, fifty, or one hundred years from now. Let us further study the transmutations of elements.
EVOLUTION OF THE ELEMENTS
—H1/1 ——He 2/4 –Li 3/7– Be 4/9– B 5/11–—-C 6/12– N 7/14 –O 8/16
Common ———–Less common———————More common
These first eight elements are nature’s basic elements, something like the basic octave of the musical scale. As you can see, some are more yin and some are more yang. Among them, helium, lithium, beryllium, and boron are not found so much on the Earth’s surface; but hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen are found in abundance. Within these four, hydrogen and carbon form a more yang group, nitrogen and oxygen for a more yin group. As you can imagine, these four can very easily combine chemically.
When hydrogen, carbon and oxygen combine chemically, what is the result? Carbohydrate. When these three combine chemically with nitrogen. What results? Protein. Vitamins and enzymes belong to which group? Also protein. Now, how did all these different elements arise? By our common sense, we can see that nature’s more than one hundred different elements could not have suddenly appeared, one by one – one day oxygen, one day nitrogen, one day platinum, etc. No, they must be linked together by some continual process. This is like an evolutionary continuum
In the same way, one process must be linking between hydrogen and iron, between nitrogen and gold, or silicon and sodium. That evolution of elements, science has not yet explained, because they believe one element cannot change into another within natural conditions.
In scientific terms, this changing process is totally different from chemical combination – as in carbohydrates – when two or more atoms mix together but each retains its own nature as hydrogen, carbon, etc. – or from transformation of state, such as solid to liquid to gas, etc. In this evolutionary process we are here speaking about, two elements overlap, merge their electrons into a single set of orbits and become a totally different element. This is called transmutation. According to modern physics, transmutation can only occur in conditions of very high temperature, very high pressure and intensive energy, such as the conditions created artificially in a cyclotron or atomic reactor. But common sense tells us this must have been going on naturally when this Earth or this solar system were being created. Let’s look at these first basic elements, and trace their evolution.
Hydrogen is the number one basic element; one proton plus one electron. This is the original form energy takes when it evolves from a more vibrational state towards more condensed energetic “particles” ( which in reality are simply very compact “clouds” or spiral of energy) Hydrogen’s atomic number (number of electrons or peripheral “particles” ) is 1; it’s atomic weight (generally corresponding to the numbers of “particles” in the nucleus or central region, including protons and neutrons) is also 1; one proton.
The hydrogen H 1/1 combines with “heavy” hydrogen, an isotope which contains two neutrons as well as one proton, or H 1/3, to create helium H 1/1 + H 1/3= He 2/4.
Then how does lithium arise? One helium plus one heavy hydrogen He 2/4 + H 1/3 = Li 3/7. Then lithium combines with one semi-heavy hydrogen (having one neutron) to make beryllium; Li 3/7+ H 1/2 = Be 4/9. Then further processes go: He 2/4 + Li 3/7 = B 5/11, or boron, or alternatively, Be 4/9 + H 1/2 = B 5/11. Then carbon; B 5/11 + H 1/1 = C 6/12; then nitrogen; C 6/12 + H 1/2 = N 7/14. Oxygen; N 7/14 + H 1/2 = O 8/16, or C 6/12 + He 2/4 = O 8/16.
As you can see, as the elements get heavier and more complex there are several possible roots or originating processes possible; each of these different ways creates a slightly different quality of oxygen, or boron, etc. Then this type of evolution continues after these initial eight, in “higher octaves” so to speak, until we arrive at very heavy elements like lead, gold and so forth.
Meanwhile as we go towards the more central part of this spiral, we can imagine that the reverse should also be taken place. So we reach the very heavy elements with atomic weights like 200, 230 and so on, such as radium and uranium, what kind of character arises? Radioactivity: heavier elements changing back into lighter elements. So although present day physics has a very rigid, fixed view, saying that elements cannot change into other elements without very violent circumstances, we can see that all elements are constantly changing back and forth, not only in different chemical combinations and different states of matter, but also in different positions along the spiral of atomic evolution.
Now, under what circumstances does this transmutation naturally occur? The two elements should be complementary; one more yin and one more yang. Furthermore, in order to do fusion, the central nucleus part should become in a more plastic state. In this state they are more flexible adaptable; then if one is more yin and the other more yang, fusion can occur. The one is spiraling clockwise, the other spiraling counterclockwise, they come closer and closer, and heat up more intensely creating like a very energetic plasmic state and then….fusion occurs. So transmutation of elements is creating new elements out of the two existing ones. Same thing like the attraction between opposite poles of a man and a woman by making love, one person’s energy spiraling clockwise and one spiraling counter-clockwise; they become closer and closer, and heat up more intensely and …again, ….fusion!…., which creates new human life, new DNA, out of two existing ones.
APPLYING TRANSMUTATION TO HEALTH ISSUES
Anemia is a deficiency of red blood cells, hemoglobin, or total blood volume. The symptoms of anemia include (1) gray or white lips (the lips should be pink); 2) pale or white cheeks; 3) white rather than pink fingernails; 4) lack of vitality; and 5) a decrease in sexual activity. Nutritional anemia results from a deficiency of various substances which are necessary in the production of red blood cells, such as iron, cobalt, copper, various proteins, and vitamins such as
B12 and folic acid. Persons with this condition are usually advised by doctors to take iron or vitamin supplements or to eat large quantities of meat.
This approach may temporarily relieve symptoms, but it IGNORES the underlying cause of anemia. If we have a good balance in our daily food and activity, we synthesize our own iron without having to rely on artificial measures. This synthesis occurs in the body through the natural process of transmutation.
Iron is the core of hemoglobin, which is the basis of animal life. The basis of plant life is chlorophyll. Since the peripheral elements are the same of both, magnesium changes into iron within the body of animals, including man. This transmutation occurs with the addition of two atoms of oxygen, and is symbolized in the following formula:
MG 12/24 + O16/32 = Fe 26/56 (Co, Ni)
The same applies to the production of Calcium
MG 12/24 + O 8/16 = Ca 20/40 (Magnesium + Oxygen produces Calcium)
Have you ever wondered where the cow gets its strong bones, milk and calcium from?
It does it through transmutation, by eating green grass and taking in oxygen!
Do we need to depend on the dairy food industry for calcium?
We can also produce our own calcium by eating green vegetables and taking in oxygen
through the same process of transmutation.
This is something the dairy food $industry will never tell you!
As you already know it is important to maintain a balance between Na and K (sodium and potassium) in the body, and studying the table you can see that the element O (oxygen) with its atomic number 8 and weight 16 is the balancing element between Na and K. This means that the fusion between Na + O produces K, and the other way around by reducing O we get Na. The same fusion happens between Mgand Ca with O as the balancing element. Between Na and Mg with H as the balancing factor and between K and Ca the same. There is a continual interchange of elements in the body according to its needs.
Other basic elements are phosphorus (P) and sulfate (S) for balancing the acid and alkaline in the body.
The scientists believe that food which is rich in sulfate (S) is too acid for the body. This understanding is DUE TO an analytical laboratory approach. In the body, however, it acts like a balancing and neutralizing element between acid and alkaline. Its atomic weight is 32 and atomic number 16, exactly in between Mg and Ca. The opposite of sulfate, the element phosphor plays a similar role: its weight is 15 and number 31, exactly in between NA and K.
“If you need Iron take organic Manganese. If you need Calcium take organic Silica. The movement of life proceeds from the constant changing of one element into another”
Organic silica and its use in the treatment of arthritis and joint pain
Transmutation is different than transformation.
We recommend you to study more about Transmutation by reading
Professor Louis C. Kervran’s;
A New Science Practiced by M.D.’s Chemists,
Biologists, and Nutritionists.
Categories: Elements and Compounds