The Neutron Count and Ancient Reckoning

Charles William Johnson

Are the properties of the elements by design?
Look at the proton (P), neutron (N) and electron (E) counts of the first twenty elements.

proton the frist twenty elements

Now, look at the numbers for the last natural element, 92-Uranium:

92 Uranium

Do the obvious with the neutrons. Divide the number of neutrons in 92-Uranium by the number of neutrons in some of the first representative elements:

divide the numbers of neutrons for first representative elements

What do you see? Now, eliminate the multiples:

fractal of sideral day-counts of Earth's

36.5 = fractal of sidereal day-count of Earthís orbital time, 365.256 days.

29.2 doubles to a 58.4 fractal of Venusí synodic orbital time by the Maya

24.333 fractal of Venusí rotational period -243.0187 days

20.85714286 doubles to 667.4285714 a fractal of the gravity constant of today 6.6742

8.1111111 doubles to fractal of Maya precession number 25956 years

6.6363636 produces many numbers and requires an essay by itself

The number seven, of Nitrogen, is a very significant computing number. Consider its relationship to 90-Thorium which has 142 neutrons.

90 thorium which has 142 neutrons

142 / 7 = 20.28571429

20.28571429 reflects fractal of Aztec four worlds period 2028 years

No need to compute element 91-Protactinium because it has 140 neutrons, a multiple of seven and needs no comment. Additional commentary on other numbers to follow.

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