Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Moon and the Periodic Table

The change from full moon to new moon in the body seems to be a change across the periodic table in terms of elements.

At the quarter moon the need for the p block acidic balance seems to be greatest. On full moon day we start back through the d block of ampheteric metal oxides.

I'm guessing that at the last quarter moon we'd be using the basic oxides and for new moon we'd be back among the amphoteric.

This seems to be how the elements are used. The more acidic the body at full moon, the more prone it is to occilate violently, creating sickness. The healthy probably use the amphoeteric d block and less extreme acidic and basic oxides.

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