Lithium Atom Science Sacred Geometric Manifestation Meditation Cosmic order Symbol Pendant Necklace
This symbol for me is the start of everything. The atom, the beginning of a manifestation. I have been personally wearing this for a long time, its amazing when wearing to manifest or meditate, helps generate a calmness's. Try dowsing this pendant after cleansing it outside on grass or soil on a full or new moon. You will be amazed at the swing. This is a very nice pendant and one of my favourites. You can also put it in your pocket or bag for it to still hold a beneficial frequency.
This pendant would be ideal for a scientist, science teacher or anyone into The Big Bang Theory on TV.
Lithium is a solid chemical element that comes third on the periodic table. It is represented with the symbol Li in chemistry. It appears as a silvery white metal and possesses a characteristic metallic lustre which corrodes upon exposure to moist air. This corrosion has a darkening effect on the metal. It is one of lightest metals and one of the three metals that can float on water, the other two being potassium and sodium. Lithium is very reactive and consequently, is not commonly found freely in mature and is highly flammable. Lithium and its derivatives are used for several things in different industries, including heat-resistant glass and ceramics, lithium grease lubricants, steel and aluminum production, lithium batteries.
In Medicine, lithium salts has proved to be useful as a mood-stabilizing drug in the treatment of bipolar disorder, due to neurological effects of the ion in the human body and is hence used in the primary treatment of the disorder. It is highly potent in dissipating a manic episode and in calming the individual. Lithium can also be used in preventing manic episodes and depressive mood swings. It also reduces the psychotic features which sometimes characterizes bipolar disorders. The use of Lithium as a drug is limited by some side effects: Increased urination, drowsiness, diarrheas etc.
Lithium is quite a chemically unique element both in its group and generally. It is said to be one of the elements produced in the big bang. It is also found in the sun and in some stars, most especially younger stars. On earth, it is also found in in small quantities in rocks, more specifically igneous rocks and also in the earth crust. Lithium is found in very small amount in numerous plants, sea plants, and invertebrates. In vertebrate animals, the concentration is lower and nearly all vertebrate tissue and body fluids have been found to contain lithium. Marine organisms tend to contain more lithium more than terrestrial ones. However, it is not known whether it plays a vital role in these marine organisms, but nutritional studies in mammals have shown that, though in small quantities, it is quite important to their health therefore leading to its classification as an essential trace element. In 2011, observational studies carried out in Japan indicated that naturally occurring lithium in drinking water may increase human lifespan however, this has not been scientifically established.
Despite its universal presence, Lithium is still regarded as rare metal due to its low concentrations in most natural sources and high reactivity which consequently results in it being in a combined state almost all the time.