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Elemental Transmutation Circle

Seth-Ra

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I made this, its a bit rough, and i know the dimensions arent perfectly exact but if my chemistry knowledge is right, then the atomic structure of these elements make an interestingly alchemical pattern of themselves. :D

There has been a good deal of discussion of nitrogen and such so i thought you all might enjoy this, here is the key:

Spheres:

Dark Blue: Hydrogen

Dark Green: Carbon

Grey: Nitrogen

Red: Oxygen

Gold: Phosphorus

Lines:

The center circle has two colors making two 5 point stars: the orange connects 1 Phosphorus to 2 Nitrogen and 2 Oxygen, while the blue connects 1 Phosphorus to 2 Carbon and 2 Hydrogen.

The second line:

Light Green connects Carbon making a square.

Purple connects the Nitrogen making an inverted Pentagon.

Orange connects the Nitrogen making a sideways Seal of Solomon.

Gold connects the Phosphorus and makes an octagon.

Outer Line:

Gold connects the Phosphorus making a Pentagon.

also, there are only three rings (the very center black mass isnt much except a focal point), which is obviously the underlying 3 concepts. ;)

Also, if one were to add up the electrons in this it will come out to 38 (i added a 2nd hydrogen, it is water after all. ;)
3 and 8... ah completion. :D

Obviously one could change the way the were arranged to make it different, but thats my "interpretation" of it, assuming I got it right, but in any event i thought it was a neat concept to show the atomic structure in a more alchemical way. :D

Anyway, hope yall like it. :)

~Seth-Ra
 

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Akasha Daemon

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Thank you!

Thank you Seth-Ra. I think your work is correct and gives me alot to think about. Hope you don't mind if I bug you when I have questions as I work on my calculations.