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# The Chemical Elements

This page is organized according to the theories of Peter Plichta as set out in his book "God's Secret Formula". For a more conventional arrangement see the award winningWeb Elements website.

There are 81 stable Chemical Elements.

Potassium (19) |

Beryllium (4) |
Helium (2) |
Carbon (6) |
Lithium (3) |

Single Isotope(atomic numbers are odd) |
Double Isotopes(atomic numbers are odd) |
Multiple Isotopes(atomic number divisible by 4) |
Multiple Isotopes(atomic number divisible by 2) |

Fluorine (9) |
Hydrogen (1) |
Oxygen (8) |
Neon (10) |

Phosphorus (15) |
Boron (5) |
Magnesium (12) |
Silicon (14) |

Scandium (21) |
Nitrogen (7) |
Nickel (28) |
Argon (18) |

Manganese (25) |
Chlorine (17) |
Germanium (32) |
Titanium (22) |

Cobalt (27) |
Vanadium (23) |
Zirconium (40) |
Zinc (30) |

Arsenic (33) |
Copper (29) |
Ruthenium (44) |
Tungsten (74) |

Yttrium (39) |
Gallium (31) |
Barium (56) |
Molybdenum (42) |

Rhodium (45) |
Rubidium (37) |
Neodymium (60) |
Samarium (62) |

Caesium (55) |
Silver (47) |
Gadolinium (64) |
Dysprosium (66) |

Terbium (65) |
Lutetium (71) |
Osmium (76) |
Ytterbium (70) |

Thulium (69) |
Tantalum (73) |
Mercury (80) |
Xenon (54) |

Sodium (11) |
Bromine (35) |
Sulfur (16) |
Iron (26) |

Aluminum (13) |
Indium (49) |
Chromium (24) |
Strontium (38) |

Niobium (41) |
Antimony (51) |
Calcium (20) |
Cerium (58) |

Iodine (53) |
Lanthanum (57) |
Krypton (36) |
Lead (82) |

Praseodymium (59) |
Europium (63) |
Erbium (68) |
Selenium (34) |

Holmium (67) |
Rhenium (75) |
Hafnium (72) |
Palladium (46) |

Gold (79) |
Iridium (77) |
Cadmium (48) |
Platinum (78) |

Bismuth (83) |
Thallium (81) |
Tellurium (52) |
Tin (50) |

The table above shows an amazing mathematical order. It divides the building blocks of Nature into 4 x19 chemical elements, where four elements (Beryllium, Helium, Carbon and Lithium), are set above in a super-order. Over them all, sits outstanding, the key-number of this whole system, the number 19, which represents Potassium . The whole system is structured on the number 19.

Of the 81 stable elements:

The total number of pure isotopes is exactly 20.

The total number of double isotopes is exactly 20.

The total number of multiple isotopes divisible by 2 is 20.

The total number of multiple isotopes divisible by 4 is 20.

The largest Neutron number for any stable isotope=209=11x

**19**

From unstable element 43 to unstable element 61 inclusively we have

**19**elements.

The total neutron number for all the stable isotopes=30704=1616x

**19**

The total electron number for all the stable elements=1+2+3...83-(43+61)=3382=178x

**19**

Therefore the total proton number for all the stable elements also=1+2+3...83-(43+61)=3382=178x

**19**

The addition of the above 3 totals=37468=

**19**x1972

This external link also gives a description of the number 19 structure intergral to a deeper understanding of the Chemical Elements:

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