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Nickel and Oxygen and the Shelf of Instability.

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I’m going to try to explain the nature of oxygen, why it is important in Alchemy, it’s potency, behavior and importance in cold fusion and how it fits into Alchemy in comparison to cold fusion.

Then I’m going to try to explain how oxygen, iron and nickel especially the latter in its various isotopes is so important in what you are all doing.
It starts with the George Ohsawa experiment many years ago in which Ohsawa steel was produced from carbon and oxygen in a cold fusion experiment.

I built the apparatus in 2017 and produced the same steel in the exact same experiment on two separate occasions. The conditions needed to recreate that experiment are not important at the moment but the reaction that takes place is.
During the reaction using my 80amp generator, according to Ohsawa my own reaction was :-
2 6C12 + 2 8Ol6 >> (2 14Si28 28Ni56) >> 26Fe56

What interested me was the brief half life of both silicone and nickel for 1/1000th of a second before the transmutation into Ohsawa steel.
Having read a lot of Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann’s work on the nickel, palladium and platinum group, I was intrigued that the very first metal produced by my experiment wasn’t iron but nickel.

Having then taken two years looking at the mathematics of my experiment, density, electron, proton and neutron distribution from the start materials to the end product, no laws of thermodynamics are broken and solid patterns emerge concerning how nature cleaves materials around through instability.

To understand this you must understand that oxygen and nickel are like no other elements in the universe, they are both unstable but in two different ways.

What do we know about oxygen?

Oxygen’s instability lies in its unstable electron configuration. In singular form at room temperature, its electron valance and charge will only allow it to become stable when attached to another oxygen atom. Once it is stable it then becomes reactive with almost every other element in the universe.
The question of course in not that it does this but more why it does this?
Why does oxygen want to interact with everything it touches and why did mother nature make it so?

The answer lies in the experiment I did, oxygen is a willing donor particle in the formation of silicone, nickel and iron but in order for that to happen, it cannot be stable in single atom form. As a radical singular atom it will freely give up its status but in o2 form it will not.

During this experiment, a plasma ark passes between the two rods of carbon before the Ohsawa steel sinks to the bottom of the glass jar, plasma arks create o3 which is well known, within that o3, there will be created o2 plus one free oxygen radical in a very short time period.

The o2 has nothing to do with any of it but the single oxygen does, it is over a thousand times more unstable and reactive than o2 and as a consequence is open to other suggestions shall we say. In this unstable ‘open’ state it will happily donate.

We now move onto nickel. Not long after the formation of earth, two atoms were in existence that are no longer in existence today in abundance like ni58. Those are iron60 and nickel60 which have half lives of 2.6 million years respectively. I don’t know how, but the early philosophers knew about them for sure, they knew of their existence in the past.

Those two isotopes were incredibly unstable, they weren’t radio active but they were incredibly unstable none the less. Without going in to too much detail, without those two isotopes the world would not have evolved into the mineral world we see today and when married with radical oxygen the two isotopes become priceless in development of the periodic table.
Leaving those aside we move onto nickel and its isotopes available in the world today and their properties. Because of my own experiments I know that nickel is the very first metal that nature ever produces on earth and so did Pons and Fleischmann and the alchemists.

I also know that during its brief appearance in experimentation of Ohsawa steel not only do you see ultraviolet in the water, you also see other colours.

I therefore know without any shadow of doubt that nickel is what the alchemists have been hiding all along and that it is the star regulus of nickel you are all looking for and not the star regulus of antimony. No where on earth will you find iron without nickel or nickel without iron, they are for all intents and purposes the same element when open.

Nickel is the seed within all metals and all the distillation processes done by alchemists over the centuries have always been to purify nickel until the star regulus is formed.
Nickel58 has two stable electron configurations; one is more stable than the other, in this art we do not seek stability, we seek instability, openness just like singular oxygen, open to change, atomic structures designed by the universe for the sole purpose of creating more elements, to become a donor in the evolution of elements without too much fuss.

So the alchemists were a kind of early cold fusion scientist who knew things without fully understanding what they knew.

Now, there is a mathematical rule I found in another experiment done in 1973 where magnesium was transmuted into calcium, that mathematic rule applies to all transmutations of all elements including Pon’s and Fleischmann’s Palladium experiment and the carbon-oxygen experiment. What does it state?

The rule states you cannot turn lead to gold, you cannot turn copper to gold, iron to gold or the like. The rules states that you can only transmute in the case of metals, the next metal in the group. For example, copper to silver, silver to gold, so on and so forth.

The mathematic rule cannot break the laws of thermodynamics either.
So for example if we wish to transmute silver to gold, you must include the total number of subatomic particles in silver added to the total number of subatomic particles in nickel and the donor oxygen, the density of all the materials cannot increase or decease or you break the laws of thermodynamics.

In the case of this transmutation, you cannot exceed 275 subatomic particles of gold (not 276) so silver 155 plus nickel 96 and 3 oxygen (trioxide) 24 = 275.
Density silver 10.49g/cm3 plus nickel 8.9g/cm3 plus oxygen 0.00018 = 19.3g/cm3

This applies to all calculations where nickel and oxygen are involved.
Transmutation into the first base metal nickel from carbon and oxygen are the same.

Application:
The alchemists had terrible difficulties in synthesizing both radical singular oxygen and indeed trioxides. Today we find it easy but they didn’t.
Some were pinning blankets out in spring and allowing starlight to impregnate the dew with o3 via the ultraviolet spectrum, it works but its slow and o3 decomposes in minutes back to o2 at room temperature which is no use. They had various methods of slowing down the decomposition by keeping the dew cool.

The basic process initially is to take the star regulas of nickel and to oxidize it with o3 then by careful use of roasting and reapplication of trioxide at various stages, to change the stability shelf of both the oxygen and nickel to a near critical state.

The melted silver will push it over the edge on application.
Only nickel and oxygen have the ability to reach a near critical state, no other elements even come close. Playing with mercury is the biggest red herring you’ve all had to swallow, it keeps people away from the art.
Playing with antimony is the second biggest red herring you’ve all had to swallow, again sending you on a wild goose chase.

Research the nickel group, research Pons and Fleischmann’s work on the nickel group, do the carbon-oxygen transmutation yourself, it only takes a welder, two 99.99% pure carbon rods and a glass beaker. Run a magnet across the base of the beaker and watch the steel move, fish out the steel. Personally I don’t think its steel, I think its an hybrid somewhere between iron and nickel, something I’ve never seen before for sure because it takes weeks to go rusty. Don’t take my word for it, discover it all yourself because until you do, all of my words mean nothing.
 
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It is also advisable to study nickel60 and why it doesn't react with oxygen, in fact why a lot of isotopes don't react with oxygen from many elements. It is also advisable to study nickel trioxide, it's properties and uses. How to change the behaviour of nickle trioxide through the use of slow heat.
It is also advisable to study Australian geology of their iron/nickel laden soils. The soils are less than 2.5 million years old, vast deserts of iron/nickel rich soils. Soils in which 12oz gold nuggets are regularly found less than six inches below the surface, in soils that are 20 feet deep before you reach bed rock or subsoil and not a mountain range for 500 miles. 2.5 million years of rain and gold nuggets sat at the top when technically it should have sunk to 20 feet deep layers below the surface millions of years ago. Why?
Study the lightening patterns in the western desert, study why metal detecting prospectors cover areas and find nothing then other prospecters cover the same ground and find 6oz gold nuggets a few years later? What is nature telling you? Do you think lightening strikes can produce the same cold fusion of which I speak? It's all there if you just take the time to look.
 

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But the most important calculation you will ever make is this: Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann’s calculated their Palladium experiment in terms of energy expelled during the reaction (one single atomic reaction). Steven Jones shut them down because of it. I can't remember exactly but 32ev rings a bell.
You will find that Pon's and Fleischmann’s calculation is exactly the same as George Ohsawa's calculation when nickel briefly passes through it's half life into Ohsawa steel. That very same calculation and result happens when nickel60 is transmuted through silver and oxygen into gold. The same rule of thermodynamics apply, you cannot create or destroy energy. In the case of Ohsawa's maths, it was the expelled energy from nickel 58 to iron 56 which is visible in the water, I've seen it. in gold transmutation nickel60 briefly transmutes back to nickel58 with again 32ev expelled (per single nuclear reaction) or thereabouts. I know alchemists have seen what 32ev looks like in a chain reaction because the transmutation colours they describe are the same I've seen. I know for a fact they are not lying.
 

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Why doesn't oxygen attack nickel 60 and gold? We all know it doesn't but what is the scientific reason? Cmon I'm looking for feedback here. What is the reason?
 

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What element in the universe besides Nobel metals does oxygen not attack? That should make it easier, it's obvious.
 

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Even easier, once oxygen attacks nickel 58, a thin molecule coats the surface. Oxygen will not attack the molecule because..........?
 

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OK times up, oxygen will not attack itself, molecules containing itself and allotropes containing the image of itself. Nickel 58 has no allotrope of oxygen while nickel 60 does. That's why oxygen attacks 58 and not 60. Silver gets attacked yet gold doesn't, why? Same reason, silver has no allotropes of oxygen in its atomic structure but gold does. This means that gold at some point in its life picked up the allotrope signature of oxygen so that when oxygen comes into contact with it, it see's only a partial image of itself from the past. We know it didn't acquire it from silver and we know it didn't acquire it from nickel 58 but we do know it acquired it from nickel 60 and I'm going to show you how nickel 58 acquires it. I already have but there's a little more.
 

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Roast nickel trioxide until it turns green. You have now created nickel 59, roast it again till it turns red, now you have nickel 60 but with a twist. You've destabilised it completely to the brink. It is now open and it contains the image of oxygen in its allotrope. You have 2.5 million years to complete your journey, what do you have to loose? I've either got shares in nickel trioxide sales or I know what I'm talking about, its either one or the other. Choose wisely and let your gut feeling decide.
 

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nav2010, first of all, congrats on your research.

It's an enormous amount of information, and most of it is not understandable (yet) to me. But I believe I got the main idea.
I also see Oxygen as an arcanum in our art. The fishing in our sea (using the proper bait or magnet) it's an image that makes sense to me. It discriminates the operation: we do not want the air but something that the air contains.
I see your process as a Via Brevissima. A Kind of "Solazarev operation". And I can understand it in the Dry Path.

How do you see it in the Humid Path? How can the nickel 60 be workable? Through a salt?

Thank you
 
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This is all well and good but this is still just opening metals to reveal their (red/white) Sulphur at best, which is neat but not close to fully baked.
You are projecting mainstream understanding onto a fundamentally different thing.

The ancients surely didn't turn Nickel 58 to Nickel 60 and all this stuff.
Overcomplicating alchemy is the biggest pitfall imo.
Because nature is simple.

I do like this though clearly you're having fun.
See you in 3 years.
 

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nav2010, first of all, congrats on your research.

It's an enormous amount of information, and most of it is not understandable (yet) to me. But I believe I got the main idea.
I also see Oxygen as an arcanum in our art. The fishing in our sea (using the proper bait or magnet) it's an image that makes sense to me. It discriminates the operation: we do not want the air but something that the air contains.
I see your process as a Via Brevissima. A Kind of "Solazarev operation". And I can understand it in the Dry Path.

How do you see it in the Humid Path? How can the nickel 60 be workable? Through a salt?

Thank you

There are many ways to create isotopes and allotropes within them, most of which rely entirely on donor particles along the way. The most difficult part of alchemy has always been destabilizing donor particles to the brink and suspending them there indefinitely. The alchemists of old had tremendous difficulty in creating singular oxygen and trioxides which is the only way oxygen will become a donor particle in transmutation. There are both wet ways and dry ways, transmutation of magnesium to calcium for example has been done both ways firstly in 1964 and then 1973 and only oxygen as the donor was used. In that particular transmutation, a vacuum tube was used to stop nitrogen from purging the experiment. Nickel 60 can only be produced by the application of heat to normal nickel trioxide over lengthy periods of time. This is because the trioxide molecule and the incredibly reactive singular oxygen within it has to be slowly released over time. If the temperature goes too high, all of the oxygen will be purged instantaneously into the vessel and all is lost. Read all of the alchemical texts again, the ones you regard the most important to you then read this thread again. I promise you that things will become clearer.
 
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This is all well and good but this is still just opening metals to reveal their (red/white) Sulphur at best, which is neat but not close to fully baked.
You are projecting mainstream understanding onto a fundamentally different thing.

The ancients surely didn't turn Nickel 58 to Nickel 60 and all this stuff.
Overcomplicating alchemy is the biggest pitfall imo.
Because nature is simple.

I do like this though clearly you're having fun.
See you in 3 years.

On the contrary, i'm actually simplfying it so to make it understandable to all. Surely you didn't believe alchemy was just a magical process that is not understandable by man? Opening metals and particularly oxygen IS the entire art, there is no other means from which you can operate. It's about conditioning and always has been. All of the distilling, sublination, concocting, roasting and the like is all aimed towards an end goal of conditioning. You are conditioning elements to take their next step in the universal ladder of creation. Without conditioning the elements will carry on in their normal state and nothing can be achieved.
Alchemists only had raw materials to work with, most of their work was taken up purifying base metals for experimentation, the rest of their time was taken up creating oxides and marrying oxides to metals. Everything you read concerning alchemy is either purifying metal, distilling and subliming raw materials into oxides then combining metals with oxides. There is no other work to be done.
Forget the alchemists for a while, read the philosophers, look deep into what they are telling you. Nothing happens in a labratory that doesn't happen in the bowels of the earth.
The art of observation has been lost. Take for example yesterday in which I asked the question why oxygen is not reactive with either nickel60 or gold? No science book it the world will tell you why, they'll tell you that it is but never why. Has anyone on here asked themselves why? Probably not. That's what makes you different from the philosophers, because as soon as you stop asking the question why then you become lost in the art, you'll never progress.
The philosophers also told you that in the beginning only two metals came from the bowels of the earth, the seeds from which all other metals were born and that those two metals are no longer to be found. Iron60 and Nickel60, its a well known geological fact yet men knew about it 5000 years ago. Why? As soon as you stop asking why then you become lost again and the philosophers have been waisting their time.
Observation comes first, questions about your observations come second, experiment comes third followed by questions about your experiments. The fifth step is knowledge but you cannot attain knowledge without the four previous steps.
Iron60 and nickel60 are both found in fossil bacteria, in Antarctica and in sediment layers all over the world. Its natural decay is cobalt which sits between iron and nickel. Iron60 can decay into nickel60 and vice versa, neither are attacked by oxygen as most isotopes aren't. We know that oxygen will not attack itself, metalic molecules containing it and allotropes containg the signature of oxygen. Therefore we know that both Iron60 and nickel60 both contain the allotrope signatures of oxygen.
Gold, also has isotopes and they will decay to both platinum and mercury which normally are not attacked by oxygen. However, if you heat mercury to boiling point it becomes reactive with oxygen. Why?
Unless you know why then the art will be lost. The reason is because mercury above 346c causes the oxygen allotrope signature within it to temporarily disengage which allows mercury trioxide to form.
So just think about that for a minute, we started off with gold 198 which cannot tarnish, which then beta decays to mercury198 and produces mercury trioxide at 346c.
The same number of atoms, a change in colour and it will tarnish at 346c? This is transmutation through beta decay and the wonder of nature at its finest. The opposite of what you've all been trying to achieve for centuries.
Just remember the rules, observe nature, question nature, copy nature, question your copy, gain knowledge.
 
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Elements/compounds are just wrappers for the Alchemical Agency (Spiritus or "HIM").

The entire art is quite literally everything around you at varying concentrations and envelopes/elements.

There are much simpler and probably more potent ways to achieve further evolution.

The true alchemical seeds are not specified to a metal at all, but they can come out of metal or pretty much anything at varying ratios.
 

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I don't live in Australia but I'll tell you a very interesting story I read 20 years ago. A person was out walking on the edge of a desert one day and came across an unusual find. Three gold nuggets worth a lot of money sat on top of the desert sand. I think there were more than 20oz of gold between the three.
The person dare not keep them because of their apparant value and handed them in to a local police station. The police firstly went to local gold prospectors but came up with nothing. For months they asked in newspaper adverts for the owners to come forward but again nothing.
Then they started knocking on doors of homesteads and farms within the vacinity and came across a male farmer who told them the only thing he'd seen at the time in that region was a huge bolt of lightening.
The case was forgotten about for years until a local reporter stumbled upon it and started to investigate. To cut a long story short the investigator was convinced that lightening caused it.
He went to a geologist and took a sample of the sand where the nuggets were found and waited for the geologist report. I cannot find this story, I did have it saved on an hard drive but I cannot locate it. Anyway, in the sand were the usual candidates, silicone,carbon, iron, nickel, copper, calcium and a few other trace elements including a few silicone oxides.
This kind of had me comparing those findings with my own carbon-oxygen transmutation into iron56 recently. I can see how lightning could create iron but because of the lack of silver I was baffled how it could create gold. Then it occured to me that its millions of volts and amps more that I used and nature converted all of it. What we are doing is transmuting one element to another or two elements into another using low energy. When nature does it, the transmutation goes through ALL of the steps in one foul swoop. So even though silver wasn't present, it took each step of the periodic table which was present in the sand and converted it to the next step simultaneously because of the amount of energy involved. All of which ended in gold.
That process happens in the Australian desert every year, massive gold nuggets just under the surface found by gold prospecters with metal detectors. The soil is 20 feet deep, it should have been washed to the bottom millions of years ago due to rain, gold sinks in mud. It's geologically impossible but it's there.
Observe, ask questions then step three.
 

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Elements/compounds are just wrappers for the Alchemical Agency (Spiritus or "HIM").

The entire art is quite literally everything around you at varying concentrations and envelopes/elements.

There are much simpler and probably more potent ways to achieve further evolution.

The true alchemical seeds are not specified to a metal at all, but they can come out of metal or pretty much anything at varying ratios.

Elements are states of being, a group of subatomic particles within an atom governed by rules of conservation and rules of thermodynamics. They are no more mysterious than a block of cheese. It doesn't matter whether you believe elements are created in supernova explosions or you believe they are created through slow meaningful progression from one element to another like I do. The fact is we started off with hydrogen then helium, then lithium right to the end of the periodic table. It is progression what ever you believe and the conditions needed for that progression to take place are more important than the elements themselves. If you regard those conditions has been mysterious and not understandable then you will yourself become mysterious and not understandable.

Every single day the sun converts hydrogen to helium in relatively cold fusion yet science teaches us that helium cannot convert to lithium in the same circumstances and it takes supernova explosions. Hog wash. There are many scientists around the world who know for a fact that the calcium content of a human body exceeds its lifetime input yet it gets forgotten about conveniently. Your own body is converting magnesium to calcium on a daily basis only by the use of a singular oxygen, it's been repeated in labs time and time again but again forgotten about.

The condition your body creates for that transmutation to take place is no more mysterious than a block of cheese. Your body is quite clearly capable of manipulating magnesium and oxygen into a condition for it to take place. Does it need a Bunsen burner, 12lb of magnesium ore, 200 hours of sublimation, distillation and roasting? Of course not, it does it because nature is coercive, your body knows how to prepare a reactive single oxygen atom to jump the gap between magnesium to calcium because that's all the gap is, just one oxygen atom.

The universe has order, it's not chaotic, i don't want my cup of tea in my hand to transmute into something else and kill me after I drank it. There are simple rules, spin states which affect allotropes and isotope behavior within an atom. Conditions which must be met before nature can progress to its next little perfection. Electricity plays a part because all atoms are charged, if you ignore that fact then you are a fool to yourself. You've got electrons negatively charged, protons positively charged. Heat atoms up and they become exited, cool them down and they become dormant, electrocute them with more than their natural charge and they become unhinged, confused as to what they should be doing, vulnerable if you like.

It's not rocket science, observe nature, copy nature.
 

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Elements/compounds are just wrappers for the Alchemical Agency (Spiritus or "HIM").

The entire art is quite literally everything around you at varying concentrations and envelopes/elements.

There are much simpler and probably more potent ways to achieve further evolution.

The true alchemical seeds are not specified to a metal at all, but they can come out of metal or pretty much anything at varying ratios.

You've got this imaginary mana idea in your head, not through your own reckoning but through other people's reckoning just like a religion and not because you observed it yourself. You've imagined that all matter contains an extractable agent that is the seed of all other matter and that you can go into a lab and extract it then pour it onto melted lead and it will turn to gold because it has magical properties. No matter what anyone tells you, you won't shift because it's engrained like a religion.

I've told you of an experiment by George Ohsawa in which Ohsawa steel is produced, repeated by myself twice and by others I know, also by the French many times, there's an whole history of it. Basically turning carbon and oxygen to firstly nickel then iron. You can repeat it yourself but you won't because it steps away from the agent idea, for no other reason.

No secret agent was used in the creation of my iron yet I see the colours others have talked about in transmutation in alchemical texts.

Nature doesn't work with mana or agents which science can't see, it works through progression. It starts off with one atom then creates two, then it creates three. It then takes two of those and makes another. Then when the conditions are right it creates an element that becomes a game changer such as oxygen. All across the periodic table are game changers at different stages of progression. Study the periodic table, do you think its some kind of strange coincidence that sulfer is exactly one oxygen atom away from being oxygen itself and selenium is exactly three carbon atoms from being sulfur itself? The periodic table is a mathematic table of absolute perfection in every way, there's no chaos in there, nothing is out of place.

Once oxygen enters the table, the game changes, the table changes because we now have the ability to produce none alkaline stable metals, iron, cobalt, nickel and copper. You know what happens from there. Oxygen can get involved again and then we have four new game changers to go with it taking us to the next level and noble groups.

The conditions for the game to change are more important than the elements involved like I've already said. Prepare elements in the exact same way as nature does for their next natural progression then you will succeed just like your body does when it transmutes alkaline metals to calcium every single day. Your body does not get above 98f, neither does it use a mercury amalgam to find an imaginary agent to do so, neither does it need 42 weeks to do it.

Observe nature, copy nature.
 

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You've got this imaginary mana idea in your head, not through your own reckoning but through other people's reckoning just like a religion and not because you observed it yourself. You've imagined that all matter contains an extractable agent that is the seed of all other matter and that you can go into a lab and extract it then pour it onto melted lead and it will turn to gold because it has magical properties. No matter what anyone tells you, you won't shift because it's ingrained like a religion.