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The Helium atom has electron-shell stability because the first and only shell is full, while the Hydrogen atom does not, allowing it to compensate with ג units. As shown below, Helium with neutrons, 2e + 2P+ + 2N0 is volumetrically symmetric and electron-shell stable, and is, therefore, the form of Helium most often found in nature. Valence is an expression of the atom’s relative electron-shell stability. An atom with no valence atoms is very stable.
HELIUM Valence = - 2 + 2 = 0 (Inert)
Particle
Charge
Mass/Energy
ג
Total TRUE
Units
Volume
2e
- 6
2
210
212*
9,528,128
      2P+   
+ 6
34
14
48
110,592
2N0
0
44
32
76
438,976
Totals
0
80
256
336
(2x108)3

The next natural element after Lithium is Beryllium. Since it is asymmetric and has two valence electrons, it is much less stable than Hydrogen (H1) and Helium.

Beryllium, Valence = – 2 + 4 = +2
Particle
Charge
Mass/Energy
ג
Total TRUE
Units
MREV
4e
- 12
4
420
424
76,225,024
      4P+    
+ 12
68
28
96
884,736
5N0
0
110
80
190
6,859,000
Totals
0
182
528
710
(437.8976…)3


BORON, Valence = – 2 + 5 = +3
Particle
Charge
Mass/Energy
ג
Total TRUE Units
MREV
5e
- 15
5
525
530
148,877,000
      5P+  
+ 15
85
35
120
1,728,000
6N0
0
132
96
228
11,852,352
Totals
0
222
656
878
162,457,352=(545.648…)3

We see that Boron is also asymmetric with valence electrons and is therefore semi-stable; but the next element, Carbon, is more stable, being volumetrically symmetric. Carbon and the next two atoms, Nitrogen and Oxygen are the most stable and abundant elements after Hydrogen and Helium, and since they are not electron-shell stable, they readily combine with Hydrogen to form natural organic compounds. This establishes Hydrogen, Carbon, Nitrogen and Oxygen as the primary building blocks of life, making up between 92% and 96% of living matter ref.

As we proceed with the TRUE unit analysis, we will see that the other elements and compounds necessary for life and the manifestation of consciousness in sentient beings are produced in abundance by the organizing action of the third form as ג units, and the conveyance equation.

CARBON, Valence =  – 2 + 6 = +4
Particle
Charge
Mass/Energy
ג
Total TRUE Units
MREV
6e
- 18
6
630
636
257,259,456
      6P+      
+ 18
102
42
144
2,985,984
6N0
0
132
96
228
11,852,352
Totals
0
140
768
1,008
272,097,792=6483

NITROGEN, Valence = – 2 + 7 = +5
Particle
Charge
Energy/Mass
ג
Total TRUE Units
MREV
7e
- 21
7
735
742
408,518,488
7P+
+ 21
119
49
168
4,741,632
7N0
0
154
112
266
18,821,096
Totals
0
280
896
1,176
432,081,216 =7563
OXYGEN, Valence = – 2 + 8 = +6
Particle
Charge
Mass/Energy
ג
Total TRUE Units
MREV
8e
- 24
8
840
848
609,800,192
      8P+    
+ 24
136
56
192
7,077,888
8N0
0
176
128
304
28,094,464
Totals
0
320
1,024
1,344
644,972,544=8643

Moving on to Fluorine, we find it to be volumetrically asymmetric and volatile.
FLUORINE, Valence = – 2 + 9 = +7
Particle
Charge
Mass/Energy
ג
Total TRUE Units
MREV
9e
- 27
9
945
954
868,250,664
      9P+    
+ 27
153
63
216
10,077,696
10N0
0
220
160
380
54,872,000
Totals
0
382
1,168
1,550
(977,218…)3
NEON, Valence = – 2 – 8 + 10 = 0 (Inert)
Particle
Charge
Mass/Energy
ג
Total TRUE Units
Volume
10e
- 30
10
1050
1060
1,191,016,000
     10P+  
+ 30
170
70
240
13,824,000
10N0
0
220
160
380
54,872,000
Totals
0
400
1,280
1,680
1,259,712,000=10803

Notice that Hydrogen, Carbon, Nitrogen, and Oxygen, the basic elements of organic life -thanks to the presence of ג in their atomic structure- are volumetrically symmetric and have available valence electrons. Helium and Neon are also symmetric, but are not among the basic elements of organic life because they are inert and therefore unable to readily combine with Hydrogen. All of the other elements analyzed so far, are asymmetric and less abundant in nature.

It is no accident that the reactive, volumetrically symmetric elements are important building blocks of natural organic compounds, and that complex combinations of them manifest life and consciousness.
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