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Polarity is really the law of the finer relationship of beings and of things. It is the principle of attraction and repulsion, in every field of life. Not only is it the foundation of chemistry, but the chemistry of life, everywhere.” - Randolph Stone


see also:

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screenshot of the Elements app (with the midtones hidden)


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periodic table: the nine octave harp of the universe - Walter Russell

note: the (currently missing) yellow lines indicate compression into Carbon on the left-side octaves (macro dominantly generative), and decompression out of Carbon on the right-side octaves (macro dominantly degenerative)
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note: Each octave also has a micro dominantly generative side (top half) and a micro dominantly degenerative side (bottom half).
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periodic table - Walter Russell
rythmic light tone pairs
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rythmic light-tone pairs - Walter Russell
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mass crystallization phases, from plane to sphere: gas, liquid, liquid-crystal and solid-crystal
- Walter Russell
mass rotation
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generation and degeneration of mass - Walter Russell
atomic suicide -111 29b
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The beginning (+1) and zenith (±4) wave-ring patterns of the compression of light into matter - Walter Russell
atomic ring structure 1
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structure of matter - Walter Russell
atomic ring structure 2
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structure of matter - Walter Russell
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crystallization-phase structures of the atom - Walter Russell
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crystallization-phase dimensions of the atom - Walter Russell
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elemental gyroscopic equators - Walter Russell
element volume and pressure
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element volume and pressure ratios
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area and volume ratios
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universal mathematics for periods and ratios - Walter Russell
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electro-chemical working chart - Walter Russell
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ecliptic planes of the elements in the Helium octave - Walter Russell
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elemental integration & desintegration - Walter Russell
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elemental ionization-increase & ionization-decrease - Walter Russell
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elemental ordering of softness and hardness - Walter Russell
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examples of strong elemental mates - Walter Russell
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examples of elemental (mis)mating with Hydrogen - Walter Russell
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crystallization-phase valencies: mono, bi, tri and tetra
- Walter Russell
crystallization chart
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Crystallization chart - Walter Russell
todo: describe cubical, irregular and higher-regular-count crystal forms
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first 4 octaves - Walter Russell
ph scale
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Corrected Ph-scale
The traditional Ph-scale wrongly starts with acidity (which is not possible!) and ends with alkalinity. Additionally, the traditional scale numbering from 0 to 14 is arbitrary and linear, as opposed to logical, periodic and balanced between two absolute points of rest. The maximum intensity of acidity is dependent on the maximum intensity of alkalinity. Once all the alkalinity charge is spend, the acidity discharge ceases to be and rest follows.
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The alkaline and acidic elements within the Helium octave - Walter Russell
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The divided spectrum of alkaline and acidic elements - Walter Russell
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“relation of the tones of the elements to tones of the spectrum” - Walter Russell


anabolic and catabolic elements

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Anabolic & Catabolic elements - E. Revici, S. Fowkes
  • Anabolic (constructing pathways) and Catabolic (deconstructing pathways) related elements