THE CUBE GROUP A BORON
In Boron we have the simplest form of the cube. Fig. 77. It is as simple in relation to the other members of its group as is Beryllium.
The Central globe has four spheres of five Anu, 4B5.
The funnels contain five bodies also, four ovoids each of 2H3, and one Ad6. All six funnels are alike.
Central globe = 20 Anu
Total = 200 Anu
Number weight jg = 11.11
atomic no 7 NITROGEN
Nitrogen does not assume the cubic form of its relatives, but is shaped like a sphere. Fig. 77. The balloon-shaped body, N110, floats in the middle of the sphere. This N110 contains six smaller spheres in two horizontal rows, and a long ovoid in the middle. The balloon-shaped body is positive and is drawn down towards the negative body, N63, below it. N63 contains seven spheres, each of which has nine Anu within it, arranged as three triads. In addition to N110 and N63 there are four more spheres in Nitrogen. Two of these, N20, containing five smaller globes of four Anu. are positive and two, N24, containing four globes of six Anu, are negative.
What is there in Nitrogen which renders it so inert as conveniently to dilute the fiery Oxygen and make it breatheable, while it is so extraordinarily active in some of its compounds that it enters into the most powerful explosives ? Some chemist of the future perhaps will find the secret in the arrangement of its constituent parts which we are able only to describe.
Nitrogen = N110+N63+2N24+2N20
Balloon = 110 Anu
atomic no. 21. SCANDIUM
In Scandium for the first time we meet funnels of two different types in the same atom. The three funnels of type A appear to be positive and those of type B negative, but this must be stated with reserve. Fig. 78.
Central globe. The central globe repeats that of Boron, with an additional sphere of four Anu in the centre.
Funnels. In the A type the Boron funnel is reproduced, the Ad6 having risen above its companion ovoids; but the most important matter to note in respect to this funnel is the introduction of the body N110. This body was observed by us first in Nitrogen, in 1895, and we gave it the name of the " nitrogen balloon," for in Nitrogen it takes the balloon form, which it also often assumes in other gaseous elements. Here it appears as a sphere, the form it always assumes on the E4 level. It will be observed that this N110 appears in every member of this group except Boron.
The B type of funnel runs largely to triads. It contains N63, which has not only a triadic arrangement of spheres within its contained globes, but each sphere has also a triplet of Anu. The funnel also contains two N24 and is completed by a sphere of five Anu at the top of the funnel.
Scandium - -- (4B5+Be4) +3 [N110+4 (2H3) +Ad6] +3 [N63+2N24+B5] Central globe —- 24 Anu
3 funnels A of 140 Anu - 420 3 funnels B of 116 Anu 348
atomic no 23 VANADIUM
Vanadium closely follows Scandium. Fig. 78.
The central globe has seven Anu, 1.7, in its central body, instead of four as in Scandium.
Funnels. The funnels of type A only differ from those of Scandium by having a globe, N20, inserted in the ring of four ovoids.
The B type funnels have a globe containing six Anu instead of five at the top, and slip in a third globe containing twenty Anu, N20. between the two N24 of Scandium.
In this way Vanadium succeeds in overtopping Scandium by 126 Anu. Vanadium = (I.7 + 4B5)+3 [N110+N20-H (2H3)+Ad6] +3 [N63+2N24+N20+N6] Central globe -- 27 Anu
3 funnels A of 160 Anu =480 3 funnels B of 137 Anu = 411
Number weig = 51.00
FIG. 79 YTTRIUM
atomic no 39
The central globe presents us with two tetrahedrons, recalling one of the combinations in Adyarium and in Gold, and differing from that in Gold only by the substitution of two quartets for the two triplets. Fig. 79.
Funnels. The funnels are of one type only, and we have here quite a new arrangement of bodies within the funnel. At the bottom comes N63, followed by N110. The N63 is slightly lengthened.
Two Ad6 whirl on their own axes in the centre near the top, while four globes of eight Anu chase each other in a circle round them, spinning madly on their own axes. This axial spinning seems constant in all contained bodies. Lower down in the funnel a similar arrangement is seen, with a globe, N20, replacing the two Ad6, and four ovoids of six Anu replacing the globes of eight Anu. This group is identified as Yb44.
One funnel of Yttrium contains exactly the same number of Anu as is contained in a gaseous atom of Nitrogen. Further, N110, N63 and N20 are all constituents of Nitrogen. We put on record these facts, without trying to draw any conclusions from them. Some day we. or others, may find out their significance, and trace through them obscure relationships.
Yttrium --=• (Ad24+Ytl6)+6 [N63+N110+Yt44+ (4Yt8+2Ad6]) Central globe ~ 40 Anu
6 funnels of 261 Anu = 1566
Total = 1606 Anu
atomic no. 41. NIOBIUM
This element is as closely related to Yttrium as is Vanadium to Scandium. Fig. 80. Central globe. In the central globe we find two interlaced tetrahedrons each of four Ad6, 2Ad24, and a central sphere of nine Anu, N9, spinning round in the centre, seventeen Anu being thus added in each globe.
Funnels. Niobium contains only one type of funnel, and these are exactly like those of Yttrium, save that the little globes which scamper round the two Ad6 contain twelve Anu instead of eight. Thus each funnel contains N63, N110, Yt44 and the new group which is identified as Nb60.
Central globe — 57 Anu
6 funnels of 277 Anu = 1662
Total = 1719 Anu
Number weight = 95.50
atomic no 57 LANTHANUM
This element is closely related to Vanadium and Niobium. It also uses two of the forms belonging to the Calcium group, which have apparently been brought over from its predecessor in atomic weight. Barium, by the evolutionary force. Figs. 81, 82.
Central globe. The central globe is formed from a very striking group which occurs very often. It is made of five interpenetrating tetrahedrons, each tetrahedron being formed of four Ad6. making the group Ad24. The group of five of these tetrahedrons occurs first in Neon and has been called Nel20. In Lanthanum there is a small sphere of seven Anu. 1.7, at the centre of the Nel20.
Funnels. As in Vanadium we find here two types of funnels.
Type A. These three funnels contain six groups, that nearest the centre being N63. Next we find N110, and then two groups from the Calcium type. Mo46 and Ca70. Then comes the group Yt44, and finally the large group Nb60.
Type B. These three funnels differ from those of the A type onlv in having a group Ca45 instead of the Mo46.
Lanthanum = (Nel20 +1.7) + 3 [N63+N110+Mo46 + Ca70+Yt44+Nb60]
+ 3 [N63+NUO + Ca45 + Ca70+Yt44+Nb60J Central globe = 127 Anu
Total = 2482 Anu
FIG. 81. LANTHANUM CENTRE AND FUNNEL A
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atomic no. 59.
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