# Amazing Consecutive Numbers of 5,6,7 and 8.

Amazing Consecutive Numbers of 5,6,7 and 8. Our current civilization has developed an aversion for seeing anything deeper than quantity in numbers. Sometimes I’ve even seen out right hostility. Let’s see what these numbers have to offer as per the ancients.

### These Amazing Consecutive Numbers Point to Iron

• First, what are these consecutive numbers? 5,6,7 and 8.
• Second, how are they used? Also, how can they possibly define an atom of iron?
• What’s so important about iron, anyway?

Iron filings are very small pieces of iron that look like a light powder. They are very often used in science demonstrations to show the direction of a magnetic field. Since iron is a ferromagnetic material.  A magnetic field induces each particle to become a tiny bar magnet. The south pole of each particle then attracts the north poles of its neighbors. This happens over a wide area. It creates chains of filings. They are parallel to the direction of the magnetic field. Iron Filings are used in many places.  In schools they test the reaction of the filings to magnets. They are also used in some toys. <ost famously is the  Wooly Willy. There they serve to mimic hair on a cartoon face.

### So What Does the Sequence of 5,6,7 and 8 point to?

Answer: The element of Iron: It is atomic number 56 with 26 protons and 30 neutrons. How does this come from the above sequence?

• 5 x 6 = 30. Multiply the next  two numbers: 7 x 8 = 56. We now have the neutrons and the atomic weight.
• Next add the numbers successively: 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 = 26. We have the atomic number.
• Finally why the picture of Stonehenge? It once had 30 stones pillars in the inner circles and 56 pillars and ditches in the outer. Is this merely a co-incidence? My theory is it is not. The Great Pyramid also uses the atomic numbers of iron.

So why is this important? Of course, iron is magnetic. Even more so, iron is the ash of nuclear fusion. What does this mean? On any star, elements are fused up to the atomic weight of  iron. When enough iron is present at the star’s core, it explodes. This in turn creates the heavier elements that are necessary for life. All this from the above simple number sequence. Is it possible? Next question: Did an advanceD civilization, such as Atlantis, once exist? Also, enjoy the internal link below.