Fission Fusion Link Between Iron and Lead is Strong

Fission Fusion Link

Fission Fusion Link with Iron and Lead is Strong. This is my 2nd blog about a mathematical and geometrical parallel between iron and lead. What’s so special about these two elements? The paragraph below is a copied paragraph¬† from the the 1st blog. Fission and fusion are tied to 2 ancient number squares. They are the 5 x 5 and the 9 x 9. If you care to see how, click on the internal link below. Ancient number squares are covered in the 1st blog.¬† Then, I will postulate another link between lead and iron in the present blog.

Neolithic Periodic Chart is Number Squares. Do number squares point to the existence of a super advanced civilization? Did Atlantis once exist? Was this knowledge destroyed when the library at Alexandria was burned down? Anyone with a mathematical frame of mind should say yes to all these questions. Study the two number squares of the internal link’s featured picture. Each of the number squares was connected to a metal and planet. Mars was iron. The Moon was lead. Of course, Earth’s Moon is now considered part of a dual planetary system with the Earth. Moon and Earth have a common center of gravity. Ancients thought the metal of the Moon was lead. The metal of Mars was thought to be iron.

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Neolithic Periodic Chart is Number Squares, Here’s How – DSO Works

Here’s Another Fission Fusion Link

We already know that iron is the ash of nuclear fusion. We also know that Lead is the ash of nuclear fission.  I believe no stone should be left unmoved. At one time the inhabitants of Earth harmonized with number squares. This knowledge maintained a Golden Age of Peace and Plenty. Please click on the next internal link for specifics.

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Today’s stone to turn over is this: Total the fundamental particles in iron. We have 30 neutrons, 26, protons and 26 electrons = 82 basic particles. Yes, I know there are many more smaller particles. These are the fundamental ones on the chart. The stability of the ash of fusion as iron(26) flanges out by totaling its basic particles to illuminate the ash of fission which is lead(82). Is this a hidden basic truth; or just playing with numbers?

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