A physicist friend on July 1st., 1977, made an interesting observation relative to the magnetic properties of some of the specific elements that I had found attracted each other. Using the periodic tables he calculated that several of the dual elements' atomic numbers,when combined,added up to the atomic number of a magnetic element.
Taking a tip from my physicist friend, I later used the periodic table to calculate the atomic total of other dual elements. It was through this mode of research that I was guided to the discovery of the all important iron-magnetic groups and the solunar-gravitational groups, as shown in diagrams 3, 4, and 5.
The element arrangement in the iron-magnetic group appears to be common to most people, whereas in the solunar-gravitational group, variations are encountered among individuals.
Subsequently, we will refer to one group as the magnetic group and the other as the gravitational group.
Fe = iron
P = phosphorus
C = carbon
Ca = calcium
Na = sodium
Dia. 3. MAGNETIC GROUP DURING MAJOR AND MINOR PERIODS.
Note how the iron atoms are tho fooal point of the magnetic group. Note especially3 the dual elements surrounding them have electrons and protons in their atomic structure that add up to the same as those in the iron atom - 26.
During major and minor periods the wave exchange between elements is not recorded^ but it is recorded during solunar flow periods; refer to Diagram 4.
The two arrows pointing into the iron represent the wave attraction of a gravitational group towards the iron group.
The two arrows leading away from the iron represent the wave attraction from the magnetic group to a gravitational group.
The discovery of the energy wave interplay between a magnetic group and a gravitational group has opened many new doors towards a deeper understanding of life's energy design, and the design of energies responsible for memory.
Recorded during the solunar flow period.
The arrows indicate the wave train exchange between strategically positioned gravitational groups.
Dia. 4. A MAGNETIC GROUP DURING A SOLUNAR FLOW PERIOD.
Note the horizontal wave attraction between dual elements. This phenomenon is observed in the magnetic group, only during solunar flow periods.
Symbols -I = iodine Ni = nickel Cu = copper Pb = lead Mn = manganese
Arrows = the wave trains exchange between strategically positioned magnetic groups.
Dia.5 A GRAVITATIONAL GROUP DURING SOLUNAR FLOW PERIODS AND MAJOR AND MINOR PERIODS.
The element arrangement shown in the diagram is characteristic of the author's numerous gravitational groups but not necessarily the same as those of the next person. A limited number of variations in the selected elements for the gravitational groups can be expected. Note how the nickel and manganese atomic numbers add up to the atomic number of iodine. Copper and iodine atomically add up to the atomic number of lead.
The telltale stimulating responses of the lead's atoms give us a picture of lead in the group as the atomic focal point. Lead is the only element in the group that responds to the horizontal wave frequencies of all the other four elements in the unit. Lead atoms also have a stimulating response when the tester mentally concentrates on the moon. We are all well aware that lead is regarded as a toxic element, but is it a toxicant in very small amounts? My colleagues and I have observed its role of absorbing solunar flow energies in conjunction with copper as part of our apparently normal energy package.
The veoent identification of nickel, silicon, tin, and vanadium as essential trace elements for mammals, including humans, added them to a list already containing copper, chromium, fluorine, iodine, iron, magnesium, manganese, selenium, and zinc. Cadmium and lead were being explored as possible additions to the list. (6)
A continuous wave train, characteristic of the magnetic groups, is recorded slightly left of the body centreline, travelling up the front of the body and up the spine, from the navel to the thymus gland. During the solunar flow period this wave train attracts the sun and moon's gravitational force flows into only one section of the spine at a time. The angle of the incoming flows gradually change during the solunar flow period. The closer the time approaches to that of a major period the nearer the sun or moon's stimulus is recorded to the thymus gland. During the entire major period both the thymus and the navel remain stimulated. The thymus records a gravitational group and the navel records a magnetic group. After the major period, the influences of the sun and moon's gravitational force flows are recorded moving gradually down the spine. Approximately five and one half hours later they terminate at the navel when a minor period occurs and again the thymus and navel become stimulated. During the major and minor periods the incoming flow is in a vertical plane.
The foregoing phenomena are now used to determine the times to expect major^or minor periods and replace all previous techniques. Jet}
It is highly significant that a magnetic group is located at the centre of the navel and a gravitational group is located at the centre of the thymus. Within the gravitational group are four elements of the Fourth Life Force that absorb energy from the various wave frequencies of the sun and moon's gravitational force flows and in the centre of the group is an element of the Fifth Life Force, iodine; refer to Diagram 5.
The author speculates that both the Fourth and Fifth Life Force flows are of gravitational origin. The elements that orient to them have vertical clockwise spins, while the elements oriented to the First and Third Life Forces, have vertical counterclockwise spins. The author further speculates that the Fifth Life Force flows are gravitational, but from influences other than the sun and moon.
It is a fascinating topic but one that should be the job of physicists to eventually solve.
Magnetic and gravitational groups are strategically located throughout the bone structure of the body, notably at important energy centres. An experienced recorder should be able to locate them readily through the ability to follow wave trains leading from a magnetic group to a gravitational group and vice versa.
The magnetic and gravitational groups play specialized parts in the memory mechanism, as illustrated in Diagram 6 in the next chapter.