Metal is a material typically hard, opaque, shiny and usually conductive of electricity. It may be an element, compound or an alloy.
Some metals are needed nutritionally, such as calcium, magnesium and potassium, which are softer more alkaline metals, usually found in compounds in nature. Other denser nutrient metals include iron, zinc, chromium, copper, and manganese.
Several heavy metals are generally quite toxic for consumption, including aluminum, lead, cadmium, barium and mercury.
Metals have been used for various purposes from early on in human development. Copper and bronze as well as iron were key materials for making things, including tools, food utensils, weapons and buildings.
Precious metals gold, silver and platinum, have had special usage in jewelry, food service and as money, a means of exchange and storage of value.
From at least the middle ages on, the alchemists worked with metals in their experiments to transmute one into another, particularly into gold. These early scientists working under cover, used symbolic language to describe their work, gaining reflective insight and intellectual development in the process.
The later secret societies of Europe borrowed much knowledge from the alchemists.Today, the cabal of those seeking to control the world employ toxic metals in their attempt to reduce the intelligence and undermine the health of the rest of humanity.
Geoengineering sprays toxic substances in the sky multiple days a week. We breathe the fallout, which includes radioactive toxic metals and biological weapons. These are present in our air water, and soils, effecting our crops, trees, pets and us, and threatening all life on our planet.
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