Syncopation Examples Through Exotic Metals; Tin, Uranium, and Noble Gases

Today while experimenting with elemental combinations, I came across some interesting information. See for yourself:

When you combine the elements:


Carbon, Helium, Argon (Noble Gas), Iodine, Sulfer, Titanium

You result in an atomic or electron balance equal to that of two Argon compounds, plus one Xenon, plus one Titanium compound, in that the bonds would follow one another to reach the equivalent to a noble gas state, hence 2 Ar + Xe + Ti. Note that Argon is used to create Titanium, as it ensures no Oxygen pollution.

Now, moving down the table, we can use the same rule (Christ)

And we get:


Carbon, Helium, Radon (Noble Gas), Iodine, Tin, Tellurium

What’s the link? Well to start, the same format is used; and we get the exact same result, at a completely different point on the table, with much heavier elements. Now we have a Tin based syncopation (note the link between Uranium and Titanium, to Tin), using elements that combine to complete a typical Noble Gas format by matter of electrons. This is so in that you now have one Xenon syncopation through Helium and Iodine, plus one for Tellurium and Carbon. That’s two Xenon now.

What is syncopation? It is when electrons push or fill against one another to literally sync up in their timings inside of an allowed space. In other words, they move in line with each other.

Why is that? It is because things push and pull against another because we aren’t in open space. Atoms don’t behave the same way in open space as they do inside of a planetary atmosphere. When there are other vibrations around, they are forced to work into non-competing orbits in all cases, or disperse. This is a sound rule, used in music. As stated before, a huge amount of the terms I use are music oriented; because these are wave instructions we are dealing with.

  • So with that out of the way, we have two Noble Gases now. What next? We have Tin; and Radon. Radon is already a Noble Gas, so this leaves us with only Tin. The exact same pattern was used for the first half of the table and CHArISTi – Only with that one, we resulted with Titanium remaining. Who would have thought we would find science references in the bible? I wonder where they got that from?

Ok then, what’s the link now? We have Titanium, and Tin. Titanium has a direct link to Uranium, as does Tin. Tin (Cassiterite) will release Radon when broken down, and Radon is the result of wave space and compression equalizing to a potential balance (Noble Gas). In other words, as pressure builds naturally, and items like Tin start to form, there is also an offshoot, or excess wave count created (extra electrons). This happens while elements are pressed into each other.

That excess is generated from change and waves being forced against each other until they become compatible. You also result in the excess elements becoming balancers for the less balanced wave types. That would be Ionic vs Covalent bonds. Each group of these has potential to house other types. (Syncopation). This is how we get Noble Gasses which are stored/contained inside of the deposit. Over time and with enough pressure the process can continue over and over again creating heavier and heavier elements.

There is also Uranium contained in these types of deposits. This matters, because we have an exact balance of an additional 6 electrons from Xenon to Uranium; as Carbon between its Noble Gas; Ne, and S; following to Titanium; or the real link being its balance between base structures and their intermediates; Sn Te Xe U. With U, you can cut out Te Xe. Now we have the same rule at two points in the periodic table; which link to each other across the table through Noble Gas balance types and their metallic or alloy counterparts. Showing that syncopations equalize across ratios; due to allowed wave variants.

Here’s a reference sheet:

I have yet to discover what further uses this will have, but this tells me we’re going to be able to take things much further with experiment through non conventional atomic combinations and methods.

Here’s something that showed up on my counter today by means of light seeping through the window:


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