Mineral - Lutetium

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 We are going to start with the mineral that is in the #64 position in the book called, Minerals for the Genetic Code. As we are using this book as the main text for our lecture series dealing with minerals and how they work with the Genetic codes and by extension the DNA and RNA (mRNA).  We will discuss 64 different ones in descending order from a numerical angle. I will be working with this from a genetic aspect. So if you don't quite get something, hang in there, it will all come together in short order.

Lutetium; Lutetium is one of the 3 rare earth minerals in the Lanthanide family of minerals. This mineral was discovered in 1907. Up to that time, the evidence of this mineral was thought to be part of the mineral Ytterbium.  However, it was discovered to be a separate and distinct mineral.  This mineral is not a mineral that a whole lot is known about it, but there is some documentation as to its role, and how it works and where it is found.  From an industrial perspective, there is only about 10 tons of this produced, worldwide in a given year. So not a lot of production. There is no known dietary supplementation for this mineral. So it has to be obtained from the food you eat. As a note, a human being will only use a few micro milligrams per year. Perhaps the best way to look at this is not in percentages but in parts per a given number, like parts per million or parts per billion. Perhaps this mineral should be expressed in parts per billion at the very least, and maybe even in parts per trillion as this mineral is in such a trace amount.

So to understand this mineral more, we must look at the friends that it associates with. But first, the amino acid, Proline, is the amino acid that controls this mineral. This amino acid is a major player in the biosynthesis of proteins. We know that a Protine deficiency is known as Prolidase Deficiency.  As we know this condition is associated with abnormal facial features.  Indeed, we see an application of Dr. Weston Price's theorem of the first place a nutritional deficiency will show it's face, is in the middle of, well the middle 1/3 of the face. This issue presents itself as pronounced eyes that are widespread, high forehead, compressed bridge of the nose and a weak or small jaw and chin.  It also will at times present itself with juvenile intellectual disabilities and slow mental development. Now that covers a wide area if I say so. But one must keep in mind that other factors can produce these physical and mental disabilities. In fact, to give you some more perspective, this mineral is used 12,362,927 times in the genetic sequencing, ie; the CCC Codon Sequence, as known at the present time.  The chemical formula for this mineral is as follows; C15H26LUO7. Proline carries a C5H9NO2 formula with a -4+ valence.  Lu is the symbol for this mineral. 
   Lutetium is a very stable mineral. It is only slightly radioactive with a very long 1/2 life decay. For this reason, it is used to date objects from extraterrestrial sources. It is used in some applications of cracking hydrocarbons in the petroleum industry. But the main use is in Nuclear Medicine, both in protocols and in experimental cancer treatments. The price of this mineral is associated with the price of gold. I saw many different price associations, but the most reliable one was that it is about 6 times the price of gold. So if a 1 gram price of gold is, say, $31.00 then the price of 1 gram of Lutetium is at $186.00. There is much more to say about this mineral, but that will just about cover it in this segment. 

Lutetium is a light mineral, it comes in at about 174.97 on molecular weight.  So it will be coming over in the Steam Distillation process. If the mineral is present in the charge material being used to extract the essential oil from, then if the Co2. SC02 and expressed processes are used then it very will likely be there. In addition to being in the steam distilled oil, it would be found in the distillate waters. Now, this is specifically for this mineral as a single mineral.  But it is never found as a stand-alone mineral. It is always found in Ytterbium. Then when you consider the associated minerals found in Ytterbium, then it begins to paint a different picture. Then looking at the plants that the Ytterbium mineral and the other minerals have and the plants these associated minerals are found in, well, a very positive picture begins to come into focus. I am avoiding these mineral sand plants because if I included them and the data that must come along with the discussion, it would then be way too long to really put into these formats. You will see those connections and associations as we move along and talk about each mineral, So by extension, since these fancy tests that many essential oil Grus and fancy experts use to test the quality of their oils and prove that they are of top quality only actually tests down to the 100 level. So anything below the 100th. level, it not being tested and therefore is unknown. So we have this mineral that shows up in the parts per billion or even parts per trillion, won't be showing. So you won't have any idea if they are there or not. With some of these minerals and more specifically amino acids have in their interactions with each other and how they fit in the genetic sequencing, they could have toxic aspects to them. That is shown in the valence number, as a starting point. This is why it is necessary to look at many other factors when determining the quality aspect.  Some suppliers actually do this. many, well most, do not. 

Lutetium is found in a number of soil types, the most notable are Monazite Sand, Bastnasite soils and as well as in Xenotime and Euxenite clays. As a general rule, you can find these soils and clays on every continent of the world. Asia and Australia are where most of the commercial production takes place with a limited amount in the US, notably in South Carolina. What I find interesting is that this mineral is found in soils that are essentially high in Phosphates.  So that would lead a person to conclude that one might find it in Phosphate formations. Phosphate is used as one of the big 3 fertilizers. Since Monazite Sand is a precursor of Thorium and Uranium, one might find Lutetium in its trace amount in those areas as well.  So many of these types of soils will likely contain the normal amounts of trace amounts of Lutetium as we are required to have in our systems. But how do we extract it from these inorganic sources and turn it into an organic form that we can utilize?  As we learn from Dr. Albercht, a premier soil scientist, that a plant will take up these various minerals, then arrange them in the correct order, in the correct ratios for us to utilize.  So either a soil that has it occurring naturally and in sufficient amounts or in soils where phosphate rock as fertilizer has been applied. will likely give us the amounts needed by us as humans consuming these plants. 

Earlier I mentioned that a certain disease arises when the associated amino acid is lacking in the guidance of this mineral, well, that can also include an off-balance of the ratios of the mineral and amino acid association. So both can be there, but if the ratios are not correct, then things go bonkers. Just how would it appear or manifest? Well since this mineral is used over 12 million times in the DNA sequencing, Well, we can see that we have 12 million possibilities to consider just right off of the starting line because each one can represent a different manifestation. Yes, some might be so minor, that it wouldn't be noticeable, yet in many, it would be noticeable.  Here is an idea for you to consider, in scripture we read about the sins being visited upon to the 3rd. and 4th. generation. Stay with me here, OK?  Say that a miscopy of the DNA takes place, say because of a mishit because of saying one of the ratios is off.. then a mutation takes place. Let's get away from the typical view of sin being a conscious choice to deviate from the path that a person knows they should follow. Let's call Sin, a deviation from the desired or created course for you. This Sin is done by a lack of one of these building blocks. A mutation takes place. But the old copy is still fresh, and it is not far enough away from the original for a complete memory loss. It may very well take 3 or 4 generations for this deviation to correct itself. So perhaps if you view this stuff in that kind of light, maybe a fresh, new perspective might come into play.  Another way to look at it is this way. Some people claim that God is a powerful being, created everything.  While others claim that there is no God, that Nature just evolved over time and that nature is the creator. I don't really care which way your boat floats, but this I know. to me, they are one and the same as it applies to our present condition.  You violate the laws of nature, you violate the laws of God. The price is the same, perfect justice, either way.  So when we deviate from the norma, we have these issues come into play, disease, parasites, etc. The purpose is to break down and return to natural element, the creation that has gone wrong. 

So how do we deal with this stuff?  By following natural law. This stuff is natural law, that we are talking about.  In this lecture, we are dealing with one mineral. Not a lot is known of this mineral, but we do know some material. As with all minerals, amino acids, etc., they are all important. Many of these cannot be supplemented they have to come from the intake of food.  In order for them to be in the food, they have to be in the soil.  Some are in the soil and have to be broken down before the plant can uptake the mineral.  While at times the mineral may be already broken down and is transported by the water serving the plant. There is no one standard application to each mineral.
 I hope you gain something from this print lecture, the next one will be posted as soon as I can get to it. Until next lecture, take care and thank you for your time.


Kent King