# ATOMIC NUMEROLOGY:Carbon 6.6.6, Nitrogen 7.7.7 and Oxygen 8.8.8

- Posted by Jain 108
- Categories Numerology
- Date May 23, 2024
- Comments 2 comments

Scientists and metaphysicians for the last several millennium and centuries are still trying to make visible the invisible, still trying to establish if the fundamental sub-atomic units are either Particles or Wavicles. Whatever the truth is, rustic diagrams have been made in the flat 2-dim plane to give a clue to the true geometric structures of the Elements of the Periodic Table in 3-dim.

We can see that Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, has 1 proton and 1 electron, so in our 2-dim sketch we title it or give it the signature of: 1.1.

Carbon, of which humans are: Carbon Based Beings, has 6 Neutrons, 6 Protons at its core and 6 electrons in its outer shell. Naively, we title it as 6.6.6.

Nitrogen has 7 Neutrons, 7 Protons at its core and 7 electrons in its outer shell. Naively, we title it as 7.7.7.

Oxygen has 8 Neutrons, 8 Protons at its core and 8 electrons in its outer shell. Naively, we title it as 8.8.8.

According to the research of great minds like Buckminster Fuller, his student Chris Illert, and Dr Robert Moon (who invented the first cyclotron) they believe that atomic structure is actually based on the nesting of the 5 Platonic Solids. Let’s take Carbon, having an Atomic Number of 12, and is expressed in the Periodic Table as _{12}C. What this means is that the core of Carbon 6.6.6. is 6.6. and this sum of 6 protons and 6 neutrons or 12 particles is really the geometric sum of 2 Platonic Solids: the Tetrahedron inside the Cube and thus its geometric signature is “TC”. The Tetrahedron having 4 vertices and the Cube having 8 corners or vertices have a combined sum of 4+8 = 12 where 12 is the Atomic Number.

Similarly, the 8.8.8. of Oxygen has a core of 8 protons and 8 neutrons which is why Oxygen is expressed as _{16}O in the Periodic Table. Again, according to Buckminster Fuller et al the geometric structure of Oxygen’s 8+8 particles is the Tetrahedron (T) having 4 vertices nested within the Icosahedron (I) having 12 vertices,and thus 4+12 = 16 giving its geometric signature is “TI”.

Jain 108

## 2 Comments

Brilliant! Thank you Jain!

Thank you for the knowledge. Are you referring to Dr Robert James Moon?