Nuclear transmutation

Nuclear transmutation is defined as the changing of one chemical element into another. Transmutation involves a change in the atomic nucleus through a “Cold” nuclear reaction. In the cell, the so called Na/K pump according to the new thinking of the transmutation is nothing but transformation of sodium into potassium in the presence of oxygen as this equation:

11Na23 + 8O16 :=: 19K39

Also, the potassium combines with hydrogen and exits as calcium according to the following equation:

19K39 + 1H1 :=: 20Ca40

However, nuclear transmutation does NOT happen except in certain environmental circumstances. For example, the most common important factor for nuclear transmutation to occur is the presence of “Good bacteria – Probiotics” in the gut; therefore, probiotics have to be taken daily for optimum health 

Mineral pairs serve as a switch (On & Off). Examples of mineral pairs are calcium/magnesium, zinc/copper, and sodium/potassium. Sodium/potassium minerals serve as a switch for neurological action potential generation, while Calcium/Magnesium mineral serve as a switch for “Neurotransmitters” release (GABA, Serotonin, Acetylcholine, Dopamine)

According to the “Tennant theory of cellular switch”, the cell enter sodium into the cell, which is transmutated in the presence of oxygen into potassium:

11Na23 + 8O16 :=: 19K39

Potassium stores energy. When energy is needed, the potassium is transmutated into calcium in the presence of hydrogen, releasing the calcium into the cells to generate energy work (e.g., release of glutamate in neuromuscular junction):  

19K39 + 1H1 :=: 20Ca40

When the action of neurotransmitter release is done, the calcium is transmutated into magnesium by removing oxygen atom, which sets the action off:

20Ca – 8O :=: 12Mg

The cellular system re-sets the minerals into proper concentration by transmutating magnesium into sodium again in by removing hydrogen atom; and the cycle goes on:

12Mg – 1H :=: 11Na


Selected references

1. Tennant J. Healing is voltage textbook. 2007; Senergy Medical Group Publishing - Binding; 1st edition