Water & the Third Period
The “internal sea of the body” is confined to the Third Period of the Elements.
That’s the “real estate” location of the Big Four of seawater — sodium, chlorine, magnesium, and sulfur.
Life was created on land in potassium-rich, sodium-poor mud.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“Algae puts out tendrils.
“Tendrils move upward and downward, forming tree, bush, root.
“Tree throws out resin, which is an oil, or a lipid.
“Resin flows to salt water, where sodium and chlorine cause lipids to put out tendrils, creating tissue as amoeba, sperm, and sea life.
“The dolphin and the whale decide to use lungs — respiration.
“Then came legs to cause ambulation, and reptilian life jumps up to become birds.
“Then come mammals.
“Neanderthal man was a mammal too, till intellect made him human, but not man yet, who has intuition.
“There is no Superman, only intellectual man evolving from five-sense operative man.
“Flying like a bird, walking on water, walking through walls to be at two places at the same time are not impossible to the intuitive man.
“The intuitive man doesn’t have attachments or fixations.
“Animan has five senses that are photographic.
“Human has intellect that is analytic, diagnostic, and computing.
“Man has intuition — timing.
“Jesus was the Son of Man.
“Intuition is WHEN to function.
“I may know what’s ahead, but I can’t experience ‘ahead.’
“It’s the moment of acting that validates intuition, that IS intuition.”
The Periodic Table is not only “real estate.”
It’s also a biological and geological clock
A period is “a length or portion of time.”
The earliest times begin at the bottom of the chart — 7th Period.
The latest times (until Midnight Eternity) are at the top of the chart — 1st Period.
The nucleus and other organelles of the cell were formed in near-volcano environments a long time ago.
Water was scarce, and is still scarce in the cell’s organelles (5th Period).
The cell was formed more recently out of the earth’s crust.
Water was less scarce, and remains so as “structured water” in the cytoplasm (4th Period).
Animal tissue was formed still more recently in the sea.
Water was abundant, and remains so in the interstitial formations and extracellular fluids (3rd Period).
We’re growing upward and outward into the atmosphere (2nd Period) and beyond (1st Period).
That’s why there are air sacs in the bones of birds for flying and levitation.
Dinosaurs were levitation pioneers; some combining these air sacs into pneumatic skeletons.