Cosmo-Chemistry / Aluminum

 

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

 

I might revise, update, and expand my out-of-print 1989 book, Cosmo-Chemistry, in the near or far future.

It’s an A to Z compendium of all the elements of the Periodic Table.

For example …

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ALUMINUM (chemical symbol Al) —> atomic element number 13 of the Periodic Table.

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Aluminum has 3 energy levels: 2 electrons in the first and inside level, 8 electrons in the second level, and 3 electrons in the third and outside level.

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According to Emanuel Revici, M.D., aluminum is an ANABOLIC element hierarchically associated with the connective tissue level of the body (pluricellular and pericellular level of interstitial metazoic formations).

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Aluminum is a THIRD PERIOD boron family metal that’s the most abundant element on both the Earth and the Moon.

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Hannah Holmes (The Secret Life of Dust: From the Cosmos to the Kitchen Counter, the Big Consequences of Little Things, 2001) wrote …

“Consider this the next time you pop the top off a beverage can. Hundreds of thousands or even millions of years ago the aluminum that makes up that container flew, one speck at a time, out of the Sahara and across the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean.”

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Purple gold, aka violet gold or amethyst gold, is an intermetallic compound of gold and aluminum.

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Corundum is crystallized aluminum oxide (alumina), and it’s one of the hardest of all substances.

It’s used in fire bricks and as an abrasive in sandpaper.

Emery, ruby, and sapphire are impure varieties of corundum crystals.

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Corundum is mixed with water to produce an aluminum oxide antacid.

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Duralumin and magnalium are important aluminum alloys.

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Concept cars and airplanes are now being built of shock-absorbing foamed aluminum with an isotropic cellular structure that makes it ten times stronger and one-tenth the weight of conventional aluminum.

“Nano-twinned” aluminum-iron alloy coatings are comparable to high-strength stainless steel.

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Aluminum is used in certain high-voltage transmission lines.

Copper is a better conductor, but it’s heavier and more expensive.

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A neodymium yttrium aluminum garnet (Nd:YAG) laser is used to treat eye disorders and bronchial cancer.

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Aluminum is used to filter low-energy radiation out of an X-ray beam.

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Aluminum is used in food additives and cosmetics, and is used as an astringent and to treat peptic ulcers.

Alum is the most well-known aluminum astringent that’s used in numerous cosmetics and foods, from deodorants as an antiperspirant to sweet and dill pickles as an astringent.

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Aluminum is used as a coloring agent in foods.

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Aluminum chlorohydrate is the most common antiperspirant used in the U.S., and the spray form can be fatal if inhaled.

The aluminum portion of antiperspirants such as aluminum chlorohydrate and aluminum zirconium is easily ionized, and selectively absorbed by bone marrow and cartilage as well as brain, kidney, and liver tissue.

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Aluminum is amphoretic — it reacts with both acids and alkalis.

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Aluminum and its compounds are also constipating.

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The tea plant is an aluminum accumulator.

Tea contains so much aluminum that it’s even been blamed for the decline of the British Empire (just as lead was blamed for the decline of the Roman Empire).

Bay leaves, celery, chaparral, corn, oregano, mint, pineapple, potatoes, senega, and thyme are also aluminum accumulators.

Many beans and roots contain aluminum.

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Fruit juices contain citric acid, which enhance aluminum absorption in the body.

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Alzheimer’s disease is associated with aluminum or fluoride accumulation in the brain (as well as with defects in manganese and iron metabolism, probably relating to an inappropriate binding with aluminum or fluoride, e.g., the combining of aluminum with ferritin).

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Aluminum or fluoride concentrate in the amyloid proteins involved with the senile plaques and neurofibrillary tangles appearing in the forebrain of those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

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Excess aluminum is also found in the brains of people having Parkinson’s disease.

Aluminum also binds to brain calmodulin, which interferes with calcium-activated enzymes.

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Using nonreactive cookware prevents the leeching of aluminum from aluminum cookware by the fluorine and chlorine in treated tap water.

The fluorine and chlorine added to tap water displaces iodine in the thyroid, which may be associated with increasing rates of hypothyroidism.

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Aluminum is a MORNING Growth Zone One element, and ORANGE is its single color spectral predominance.

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9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon is ALUMINUM TIME.

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According to Adano Ley …

“Aluminum is necessary for metabolism. It is a basic building block of clay chemistry [both clay and mica are hydrous silicates of aluminum], and it makes a matrix for the elements to attach.”

“Too much aluminum causes Alzheimer’s disease. Too little loses an erection. The penis can’t hold an erection without aluminum. The womb can’t function correctly either.”

“Take rue [contains lithium] to phase down aluminum. Lithium removes aluminum.”

“Aluminum oxide causes the problem, not aluminum, just as iron oxide is the problem, not iron.”

“Aluminum will bond with tin. Tin is found mostly in herbs. A person with Alzheimer’s disease does not like herb tea. Tin is also found in almonds and citrus food.”
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'Cosmo-Chemistry / Aluminum' have 3 comments

  1. November 28, 2018 @ 6:10 pm Atom

    Mainstream medicine is slowly catching up with Atom’s Body Dowsing (something he’s been doing for 42 revolutions around the Sun) …

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9T9imHHwD8

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    • November 30, 2018 @ 9:57 am John

      When you say “Aluminum will bond with tin” does that mean that to remove aluminum from the body you would eat tin foods (herb tea, almonds and citrus food) ?

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      • December 1, 2018 @ 9:02 pm Atom

        Thumbs Up !!!!! There’s nothing I can add to that !!!!!

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