Table of chemical elements – NEON The 6th element

According to Chemistry the 5 prevalent elements of our human body – in terms of mass depending on the source are Oxygen (65%)-(61%), Carbon (18%)-(23%), Hydrogen (10%), Nitrogen (3%)-(2.5%) and Calcium) (1.5%)-(1.4%). However WREAL believes that Phosphorus which is the 6th most prevalent element with an estimated mass of (1%)-(1.2%) is fundamental to life and although it was discovered in the 17th century the name it was given means in Greek “the one that brings the light”.

WREAL has proposed a theory that specified the proportions of those 5 elements, been 64.8%, 18%, 9.72%, 2.7% and 0.972% correspondingly. However according to the universal energy hexagonal principle there must be a 6th element with a proportion of 0.27% which could neither be Calcium, nor Potassium , nor Sulfur which are the 3 next elements in the list of prevalence.
According to WREAL the 6th element in terms of importance is Neon, which is supposedly not present in the human body but is presumed so because its nature is so inert that would not be detected anyway. Neon has a full outer energy level and thus has little tendency to combine or interact with other elements – in contrast to Oxygen, which needs interaction with other elements in order to create stability. The description of these 2 elements is a great metaphor that describes the state of the erratic movement or the still presence in our human life.
Examining the ratio relationship between the 6 elements:
The ratios between the opposites O – C, H – N, P – Ne are 3.6

The ratios between C – N, O – H are 6.66 and The ratios between C – Ne, O – P are 66.6

The ratio between P – N is 2.7 and the ratio between H -N is 36

The ratio between O – N is 24, The ratio between N – Ne is 9, The ratio between O – Ne is 216. Also 24×9=216


The geometrical & mathematical equilibrium of the 6 elements has been impossible to ignore and simply dismiss and the theory has been debated for years having ripple effects not simply in chemistry but in a series of other sciences. The hexagonality of matter, space and time across the universe and its geometric equilibrium became the focus of reviewing several old dogmas and radically updating long presumed principles.


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