## Tuesday, June 12, 2007

The ideal proportion of potassium to sodium in the body, and/or diet is exactly 13/7 to one. Knowledge of the proportions of the composition the eutectic mixture of potassium and sodium surely reveals the ideal proportions of potassium and sodium of the human body. The range of composition for a eutectic alloy of potassium and sodium is exactly 40-90% potassium and 10-60% sodium. The absolute value of the average 65 percent potassium divided by the absolute value of the average 35 percent sodium yields the formula 1.857142 to one, with the 857142 repeating. Thus, the decimal 1.857143 to one is the best approximation of that eutectic alloy. The alloy mixture and the endogenous mixture are the same, for the reason for the conductivity of both substances is definitely the same: free ions of potassium and sodium mutually complementing one another. Since the eutectic alloy and the cytosol and blood plasma are strikingly similar, they thus have enough in common to be called the same thing, with the exception that the latter occurs in water. Thus, 1.857143 is likely the ideal decimal of the ideal proportion of potassium to sodium in the body and/or diet. Since the eutectic mixture or cytosol and blood plasma should be completely merciful, the number of sevenths, which is the number of parts of completion, should be exactly 13, which is according to the [[Zohar]], the number of mercy. 1.857143 times 7 is 13.000001, which reveals that the decimal 1.857143 is almost accurate enough. However, the ratio 13/7 is accurate enough because that number times seven is exactly 13. As of 10 June 2007, the current proportion of potassium to sodium in the human body is supposedly only about 75% of what it definitely should be.

An ideal proportion of calcium to magnesium in the field, body, and/or diet is exactly 41/9 to one. A eutectic alloy of calcium and magnesium is approximately 82% calcium and 18%. Please note that although those are approximate figures, they are exact. The absolute value of 82 percent calcium divided by the absolute value of 18 percent magnesium yields the formula 4.5 to one, with the 5 repeating. Thus, the decimal 4.6 to one is the best approximation of that eutectic alloy. However, 4.5 with the 5 repeating times 9 is exactly 40.5, which reveals that the decimal 4.5 is almost accurate enough. However, the ratio 41/9 is accurate enough because that number times nine is exactly 41.

Another ideal proportion of calcium to magnesium in the field, body, and/or diet is exactly 419/81. A eutectic alloy of calcium and magnesium is approximately 16.2% calcium and 83.8% magnesium. Please note that although those are approximate figures, they are exact. The absolute value of 16.2 percent calcium divided by the absolute value of 83.8 percent magnesium yields the formula 5.172839506 to one, with the 172839506 repeating. Thus, the decimal 5.1728395062 to one is the best approximation of that eutectic alloy. However, 4.5 with the 5 repeating times 9 is exactly 40.5, which reveals that the decimal 5.1728395062 is almost accurate enough. However, the ratio 419/81 is accurate enough because that number times 81 is exactly 419.

The combination of the two ideal proportions of calcium to magnesium in the field, body, and/or diet is exactly 1107/1257 to one. The former proportion is 41/9 calcium to magnesium. The latter proportion is 81/419 calcium to magnesium. Multiplying the numerators of the former and dividing by the denominators of the latter yields the formula 0.880668257756 with the 56 repeating. Thus, the decimal 0.880668257757 to one is the best approximation of the combination of the two eutectic alloys. However, 0.880668257756 with the 56 repeating times 419 is exactly 369, which reveals that the decimal 0.880668257757 is almost accurate enough. However, the ratio 1107/1257 is accurate enough because that number times 419 is exactly 369.

Michael Campbell, Mahalalel, is duly accredited with the suggested above three combined paragraphs.