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The piano keyboard layout is more than just a convenient model of the octave qualities of the elements. Some of the five minor key positions in each octave are occupied by active gases,shown as pink, and some of the less probable but stable elements. The unoccupied minor probabilities may also represent isotopes of the stable elements. The noble gases are shown as purple.

Some of the common alchemical transformations occurring naturally are better understood with this as a model. For instance, the calcium present in hatched chick and the empty shell has been found to be much more than in a fertile chicken egg with a corresponding decrease in the potassium present in the chick and shell compared to the fertile egg. This Alchemy of potassium to calcium is well documented but ignored by conventional science. The change is not possible according to conventional chemistry, but when you look at the octave chart it becomes quite conceivable that the metabolic process contains an ion exchange that adds energy to the potassium and quantom leaps it the minor jump to stable calcium. This is only my theory, of course, but it answers more questions than it asks.

Each of the elements resonates with exact electromagnetic frequencies and with sound waves and other, more subtle vibrations. This natural phenomena may be used to induce changes not possible with chemistry alone. These changes also work both ways. You cannot separate the experimenter from the experiment. The decision to perform a given experiment is made with some expected result in the mind of the experimenter. This perhaps unconscious intention shapes probability waves and influences the result.

Elements beyond Plutonium don't exist naturally and are not shown.

The sub-atomic waves of the Baryon octave, the Baryon decouplet, and the Meson octave are the "swarm" in the first octave.

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