Question: What are the 12 elements of nature?

The twelve elements of nature are Earth, Water, Wind, Fire, Thunder, Ice, Force, Time, Flower, Shadow, Light and Moon. Each of these elements are simplified terms for higher and complex substances.

What are the 12 elements of the earth?

Twelve Elements- FIRE - The element of heat and flames. - THUNDER - The element of electricity. - ICE - The element of snow and the cold. - WATER - The element of water and the ocean. - EARTH - The element of soil and rocks. - WIND - The element of air and the sky. - FORCE - The element of combat and spirit. - FLOWER - •24 Aug 2010

What are the 9 elements of nature?

The Nine Elements are the vital components of the universe and is the output of magic used by its inhabitants. They are known as Null, Light, Dark, Luna, Space, Flame, Frost, Earth and Storm and are naturally affiliated with every being or object in the universe.

What are the 16 elements of nature?

It consists of the elements oxygen, sulfur, selenium, tellurium and polonium. These can be found in nature in both free and combined states. The oxygen family, also called the chalcogens, consists of the elements found in Group 16 of the periodic table and is considered among the main group elements.

What are the 7 Elementals?

The seven Elements are Nature, Water, Fire, Earth, Light, Darkness, and Spirit.

What are the 30 elements?

The Elements, sorted by Atomic NumberAtomic NumberSymbolName29CuCopper30ZnZinc31GaGallium32GeGermanium76 more rows

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