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 triplets revolve round them in a slanting ellipse; the duads do the same on an ellipse slanting at an angle to the first, somewhat as in gold. The globes Zn20 behave as a cross on the E4 level.

The triangular arrangement at the top of the spike is the same as the cone in Copper, CulO.

The further disintegration of these bodies is shown in Fig. 72.

The central globe. Znl8 is set free on the E4 level and acts as a cross. The cross is a favorite design in these groups.

On the E3 level it forms four quartets and a duad.

On the E2 level it gives 9 duads.

OCCULT CHEMISTRY

SELENIUM

ONE SEGMENT OF FUNNEL

CENTRAL GLOBE Zn18

STAR Sel53 _

CENTRE POINT

FIG. 73. DISINTEGRATION OF SELENIUM

DISINTEGRATION OF SELENIUM

Funnels. Each funnel on being liberated sets free three segments on the E4 level. Each segment then liberates three spheres, so that we have nine spheres from each funnel. Fig. 73.

On the E3 level six decads are formed and one hexad. The body with six Anu is formed by combination of three duads.

On the E2 level the decads give twelve triplets and six quartets. The hexad give three duads.

The Star. The star is first liberated as a unit on the E4 level but it soon shoots off into seven bodies. The central portion keeps together and the six points become spheres, within which the two cones, base to base, whirl in the centre and the globes of five Anu circle round them.

On the E3 level all the thirty bodies contained in the star separate from one another, forming twelve quintets, six heptads, six sextets, three triplets and three duads.

The further disintegration is shown in Fig. 73.

The central globe is similar to that in Zinc, Znl8. This is liberated on the E4 level and is as shown in Fig. 73. On the E3 level it forms four quartets and a duad. On the E2 level it yields nine duads.

CADMIUM

Cadmium follows closely on the lines of Zinc. Fig. 74.

Funnels. The globes in the funnels, Zn20, arc those of Zinc, and the pillars are the Znl8' of the Zinc spike.

On the E4 level the ovoids SelO becomc spheres, the contained bodies revolving within them. The heptad whirls on a diameter of the sphere, cutting it in half as it were, and the triad whirls round it at right angles.

On the E3 level we have a decad. SelO, and on the E2 level two triads and a quartet.

Central globe. The cross becomes a sphere, but the cruciform type is maintained within it by the relative positions of the contained spheres in their revolution. The subsequent stages are shown in Fig. 74.

TELLURIUM

Tellurium very closely resembles Cadmium.

Funnels. The pillars arc the same as the rod of Chlorine. C1.19, with a duad added at the base. The ovoid SelO is the same as in Selenium and Cadmium, and follows the same course in breaking up. In the globes in the funnels a group of four is substituted for the group of two in Zinc.

Central globe. The cross in Tellurium is identical with that in Cadmium, except that the centre contains seven Anu instead of four. This disintegrates as in Fig. 74.

the r.!^ Fig\75 ShOWi ±e Tetrahedr°n GrouP B * condensed form from which the relations between the elements in the group may be studied.

TETRAHEDRON GROUP B

SULPHUR

ZINC

Cd 48

SELENIUM

CADMIUM

TELLURIUM

EUROPIUM

® HOLMIUM

Ho 220

Ho 220

MERCURY

Po 405

MERCURY

Po 405

POLONIUM

EUROPIUM

Po 282

Pe 282

FIG. 75. THE TETRAHEDRON GROUP B

Mi. 7it I N I'l i Ol- FHI. i Ulli ukllUI

THE CUBE GROUP A

ALL the members of this group, with the exception of Nitrogen, have the external form of a cube. Fig. 76. They occur on the left hand swing of the pendulum. Their characteristic valence is three, but higher valencies are developed. They all have six funnels opening on the six faces of a cube, and in two cases there are also spikes pointing to the eight corners of the cube. At first sight it would appear that Nitrogen should not be placed in this group but. as we shall see. the constituents of Nitrogen occur constantly in the components making up the funnels of the elements in this group.

ATOMIC NO.

ANU

ELEMENT

CENTRE

6 FUNNELS

5

200

Boron

(4 B5)

6 [4 (2H3) + Ad6]

7

261

Nitrogen

(N110+N63+

2N24+2N20)

21

792

Scandium

(4 B5 + Be4)

3 [N110+4 (2H3)+Ad6]

3 [N63+2N24+B5]

23

918

Vanadium

(4 B5+I.7)

3 [N110+N20+4 (2H3) + Ad6]

3 [N63 + 2N24+N20+N6]

39

1,606

Yttrium

(Ad24+Ytl6)

6 [N63 + N110+ Yt44+(4Yt8+ 2Ad6)]

41

1,719

Niobium

(2Ad24+N9)

6 [N63+N110+Yt44+Nb60]

57

2,482

Lanthanum

(Nel20+7)

3 [N63+N110+Mo46+Ca70+Yt44 +

Nb60]

Nb60]

Nb60]

Nb60]

59

2,527

Praeseodymium

(Ce27+ 30 Ce32) 6 [Pr33+N63+N110+Yt44+Nb60]

=Ce667

71

3,171

Lutecium

(Ce27+ 24Ba33)

6 [N63 + N110+Lu53+Ca70+ Lu36 +

=Lu819

Nb60]

73

3.279

Tantalum

Lu819

6 [N63+N110+Ta63+Ca70+Yt44 +

Nb60]

89

4,140

Actinium

Lu819

3 [N63+N110+Mo46+Cal60 +Yt44+

Nb60]

Nb60]

91 4,227 Proto-Actinium Lu819 3[N63+N110+Mo46+Cal60+Yt44 +

Nb60]

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BORON

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