The Elements and Furnaces of Yahweh

I have a special lesson to teach all of you. Do each of you think you’re only flesh and blood? Truth is, just like the spirit class of angels who went through a furnace at creation, you, me and all of us of human origin also were spawned forth from a furnace.

In fact, we are living on the very furnace that Michael spawned the earth’s first prototype life from; even the animals and virtually every living thing that exists here came forth from the effects of the furnace beneath our feet. The furnaces of Father will become self evident as we progress.

So besides flesh and blood, what else are we made up of?

“Elemental Composition of the Body Elemental Composition of the Human Body Ed Uthman, MD Diplomate, American Board of Pathology Posted St. Valentine’s Day, 2000

The table below gives the amount of each chemical element found in the human body, from most to least abundant. For each element, there is the amount in mass units in an average (70-kilogram) person, the volume of the element, and the length of the side of a cube that would contain that amount of the pure element. Volumes of solid and liquid elements are based on density at or near room temperature (where available). For the gaseous elements (oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, chlorine, and fluorine), I chose to use the density of each in the liquid state at the respective boiling point.

Raw data from which this table was made are from Emsley, John, The Elements, 3rd ed., Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1998. This is a great trove of information, which I highly recommend for anyone wishing to learn more about the elements. Element Mass of element in a 70-kg person Volume of purified element Element would comprise a cube this long on a side:

oxygen43 kg37 L33.5 cm

carbon16 kg7.08 L19.2 cm

hydrogen7 kg98.6 L46.2 cm

nitrogen1.8 kg2.05 L12.7 cm

calcium1.0 kg645 mL8.64 cm

phosphorus780 g429 mL7.54 cm

potassium140 g162 mL5.46 cm

sulfur140 g67.6 mL4.07 cm

sodium100 g103 mL4.69 cm

chlorine95 g63 mL3.98 cm

magnesium19 g10.9 mL2.22 cm

iron4.2 g0.53 mL8.1 mm

fluorine2.6 g1.72 mL1.20 cm

zinc2.3 g0.32 mL6.9 mm

silicon1.0 g0.43 mL7.5 mm

rubidium0.68 g0.44 mL7.6 mm

strontium0.32 g0.13 mL5.0 mm

bromine0.26 g64.2 μL4.0 mm

lead0.12 g10.6 μL2.2 mm

copper72 mg8.04 μL2.0 mm

aluminum60 mg22 μL2.8 mm

cadmium50 mg5.78 μL1.8 mm

cerium40 mg4.85 μL1.7 mm

barium22 mg6.12 μL1.8 mm

iodine20 mg4.06 μL1.6 mm

tin20 mg3.48 μL1.5 mm

titanium20 mg4.41 μL1.6 mm

boron18 mg7.69 μL2.0 mm

nickel15 mg1.69 μL1.2 mm

selenium15 mg3.13 μL1.5 mm

chromium14 mg1.95 μL1.3 mm

manganese12 mg1.61 μL1.2 mm

arsenic7 mg1.21 μL1.1 mm

lithium7 mg13.1 μL2.4 mm

cesium6 mg3.2 μL1.5 mm

mercury6 mg0.44 μL0.8 mm

germanium5 mg0.94 μL1.0 mm

molybdenum5 mg0.49 μL0.8 mm

cobalt3 mg0.34 μL0.7 mm

antimony2 mg0.30 μL0.7 mm

silver2 mg0.19 μL0.6 mm

niobium1.5 mg0.18 μL0.6 mm

zirconium1 mg0.15 μL0.54 mm

lanthanium0.8 mg0.13 μL0.51 mm

gallium0.7 mg0.12 μL0.49 mm

tellurium0.7 mg0.11 μL0.48 mm

yttrium0.6 mg0.13 μL0.51 mm

bismuth0.5 mg51 nL0.37 mm

thallium0.5 mg42 nL0.35 mm

indium0.4 mg55 nL0.38 mm

gold0.2 mg10 nL0.22 mm

scandium0.2 mg67 nL0.41 mm

tantalum0.2 mg12 nL0.23 mm

vanadium0.11 mg18 nL0.26 mm

thorium0.1 mg8.5 nL0.20 mm

uranium0.1 mg5.3 nL0.17 mm

samarium50 μg6.7 nL0.19 mm

beryllium36 μg20 nL0.27 mm

tungsten20 μg1.0 nL0.10 mm


Oxygen is the most abundant element in the earth’s crust and in the body. The body’s 43 kilograms of oxygen is found mostly as a component of water, which makes up 70% of total body weight. Oxygen is also an integral component of all proteins, nucleic acids (DNA and RNA), carbohydrates, and fats. Rubidium is the most abundant element in the body (0.68 g) that has no known biological role (silicon, which is slightly more abundant, may or may not have a metabolic function).

Vanadium is the body’s least abundant element (0.11 mg) that has a known biologic role, followed by cobalt (3 mg), the latter being a constituent of vitamin B12.

The last of the body’s elements to be discovered was fluorine, by Moissan in 1886.

[To Ed Uthman’s Home Page] “The above was borrowed from:

There, the chart is displayed.

Study it over and then consider that the angelic class contain a few other ingredients that make them more superior; however, we are all composed of Yahweh’s ingredients that are a part of the makeup of creation. This in itself is the binding agent that ties all of creation together as a whole. All a particle of many particles that are bound together as a mass of one single conglomerate. molecular genetics (the genetic properties or features of an organism – namely Yahweh’s body or internal makeup of the variation of inherited characteristics we received as creations; also, as creations, we are each energy expenditure like the stars, and individual body composition that makes creation one large pie that has been cut up into many pieces, but when reassembled – it is a whole pie of the same pie and the same baker.

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