Listen to this while you read, if your brain can do that.
Cesium is a naturally-occurring element found in rocks, soil and dust at low concentrations. The biological half life of Cesium in humans ranges from 15 days in infants to 100-150 days in adults. According to Lenntech, humans and animals are constantly exposed to trace amounts of cesium when eating, breathing and drinking. While it is unlikely that people will experience adverse health effects just due to the cesium, exposure to radioactive cesium or certain cesium compounds can lead to adverse health effects including nausea, vomiting, bleeding and cell damage.
Cesium is incredibly accurate at timekeeping and is used in atomic clocks. The official definition of a second is the time it takes for the cesium atom to vibrate 9,192,631,770 (9 billion) times between energy levels. Cesium-based atomic clocks lose one second per 100 million years. So Cesium controls our definition of time which is the length of a second. That same control of time is found in trace amounts in our bodies.
So…the same element that is found in low amounts in nature whose vibration controls our measurement of time is also found in our bodies. Hmm.
Cesium is a rare, silver-white, shiny metal with brilliant blue spectral lines; the element’s name comes from “caesius,” a Latin word meaning “sky blue.” It is the softest metal, with a consistency of wax at room temperature. It would melt in your hands — if it didn’t explode first, as it is highly reactive to moisture.
Cesium is a naturally occurring element, although almost never on its own, according to the Jefferson Lab, with a presence in several minerals. It has a density of nearly twice that of water, and is very ductile.
This just raises more questions for me. Obviously, everything alive in nature also has DNA and keeps track of time internally on its own then gives cues to the sun. We do as well. As the song says, “The seasons know exactly when to change.” Song by Stevie Wonder. He is synchronistically Blue 1 Magnetic Eagle.
“It is no great leap then to say that nature is time and feels and makes it internally via the sun. This is the basis of holistic medicine as well. It is nature that regulates the clocks. The clocks don’t regulate anything.”-Lisa T.