The Elements of Air and Water, Breath, The Atom, Ether, and Solar Plexus
Question: Does water, and wind, that is breath, air or Earth have intelligence?
103. As for water, where there is moya “water”, there is life, where there is life, there is intelligence.
Question: And what of the wind.
104. There to, the principle remains. Where there is wind there is moistness and the movement of particles in motion. There is life where there is wind. In ancient Tama-Re, Shu son of Atum, was the wind. The breath of life is wind. Where there is wind there is life. Note: the phonetical similarity between Atum and atom.
Question: So Atum, the Tamare deity and atom the atomic energy are linked?
105. Both depend on wind or air as energy to exist, and this in ancient time was called the breath, some called it “prana”, others called it hayah, it was simply wind or Rawuh as in Ruakh or Ruh which in time becomes inscribed by theologians and philosophers as spirits from spiritos, which is wind or breeze, air is wind and breath and that is life.
Question: What is breath?
106. Simply breathing. You must inhale and exhale, and the word Hale means “free from infirmity or illness; sound”, from Middle English, from Old English hal, meaning “health”.
Question: Can you explain this further?
107. Yes. To inhale means to take in health, to exhale means to release your health. You breath in oxygen a form of gas, Symbol O a nonmetallic element constituting 21 percent of the atmosphere by volume that occurs as a diatomic gas, O2, and you breathe out carbon dioxide, a colorless, odorless, incombustible gas CO2, a form of gas.
Question: What is a gas?
108. Gas is the state of matter distinguished from the solid and liquid states by relatively low density and viscosity. Note: that it’s the density level that is separating gas from liquid and solid, which both must have gas to exist. Density level is the key.
Question: What is density?
109. Density is the quality or condition of being dense.
Question: What is to be dense?
110. Latin “denses”, to be a combination of solids or liquids, brought together to appoint where they are impenetrable.
111. In our atmosphere we have various degrees of matter and various degrees of liquid from water, to steam, to ice. On the opposite of cold ice, there is hot ice. The same applies to gas, on the opposite of atomic gas, there as etheric gas.
Question: What is ether?
112. Ether is any of a class of organic compounds in which two hydrocarbon groups are linked by an oxygen atom, from the Middle English, upper air, from Latin aether, from Greek aither. Note that ether is identified with oxygen, one of the principles in breathing.
Question: What is the other principle in breathing?
113. There are two forms of gas necessary for breathing which is wind or air, one is oxygen, necessary for the combustion, and the other is carbon dioxide, incapable of burning.
Question: What does breathing and burning have to do with this?
114. As on breaths in oxygen, it fuses with gases in the body, and it lights the inner sun, pilot of the solar plex. It’s controlled by the carbon dioxide which is incapable of burning, thus you don’t breath out fire. Yet, the gases in your body is flammable.
115. But, your body maintains a temperature of 98.6° and if you receive what’s called a temperature, they will tell you, your body is over heating and could go into convulsions, or even spontaneous combustion, simply burst into flames. So there must be a heating system in the body. Where there is heat, there is fire.
Question: What does the solar plexus have to do with fire?
116. The Sun has always been thought of a ball of fire, burning and giving off heat and light. Thus it’s called the solar plex.
117. The word solar simply means Sun. The word plex from plexus means to braid or interwine. Speaking about a complex system of nerves interwining throughout the human body and leading to several glands of which the major is in the center of your system called a solar plexus. This is simply a sun in the center of your chest, that fuses and gives off heat to warm the body, or overheat the body.
118. The sun has always had the atomic number 8, which is oxygen had a symbol of a circle.
Question: Is this why it’s called a circulatory system?
119. Yes, that is correct. And this circular motion of inhaling and exhaling health is what keeps you alive. This is an intelligent action. Once the solar plexus’ sun or flame, goes out, the body called Khat becomes cold, lifeless, declared dead.
Question: So the elements are alive?
120. Yes, where there is water, wind, breath, air there is life.
Question: Even all flesh?
121. Yes. The physical composition, the flesh is composed of the elements of the earth. In ancient Tama-Re it’s called Geb son of Shu, the wind and Tefnut, the moisture. Needed to culture cells and bacteria growth, necessary elements in life.
Excerpt taken from The Sacred Records of Neter Atum-Ra by Master Teacher Dr Malachi Zodok York El aka Paa Nabab Yaanuwn