Magnesium Chloride MgCl2

It has no centre but has four rather wide funnels, each containing three segments. Chlorine has a dumb-bell shape. The centre of a Chlorine atom is the group of five Anu in the central bar or rod. This body of five Anu is described as hard and positive. Positive bodies are hard, and negative softer and more spongy. When the Chlorine breaks up each body of five Anu takes one end of a Chlorine atom with it and floats over a negative funnel of Magnesium. The remaining...

Disintegration Of Zinc

On the E4 level the four funnels, the four spikes and the central globe are first set free. Figs. 71, 72. The funnels are identical with those of Sulphur and behave in the same way on disintegration. The spikes immediately release their contents, each spike giving eight bodies, the three pillars Znl8', the four globes Zn20 and the cone CtilO. The pillars Znl8' become globes. Each globe has six bodies revolving in it in a rather peculiar way. The quartets turn round each other in the middle the...

The Dumbbell Group

THE ten elements in this group are all of one type. What the type is will be seen from Fig. 30 the general shape was called a dumb-bell, as the best word to describe these elements. Each dumb-bell is composed of 2. An upper part, or head, composed of twelve funnels revolving round a central globe. The twelvd funnels, as they radiate outwards from the globe, point slightly upwards or downwards alternately. 3. An exactly similar lower part, composed of twelve funnels, radiating from a similar...

Model Of The Periodic

Occult Elements

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The Nature Of Matter

Occult Chemistry

AN article, bearing the title Occult Chemistry, appeared in Lucifer, November 1895. and was reprinted as a separate pamphlet in 1905. In that article three chemical elements. Hydrogen. Oxygen and Nitrogen, were clairvoyantly examined, and their analyses were presented tentatively to the public. The work was done by Mr. Leadbeater and myself. The pressing nature of our other labours prevented further investigation at the time, but we have, however, lately 1907 had the opportunity of pursuing...