Terbium

FIG. 133. TERBIUM CENTRE, Nel20
FIG. 134. TERBIUM, FUNNEL AND SPIKE

atomic no. 82. LEAD

Central globe. The central globe in Lead is similar to that of Thallium and Bismuth. It is made up of the group Ce27 at the centre, surrounded by 20 segments each of Ba33, making the total T1.687. Fig. 135.

Funnels. Lead has no spikes but has eight funnels of two types. Some of the constituents of the spikes have been used in the funnels. Fig. 136.

Type A contains Cal60, one Mo46, four pillars from the Tin spike. Sn35, and finally, at the mouth of the funnel, there is a sphere Pb31. The total makes up 377 Anu.

Type B contains Cal60 and Mo46. It adds 4 Ge39 groups and an ovoid Pb21 at the mouth of the funnel The total makes up 383 Anu.

Lead = TL687-H(Cal604-Mo46+4Sn35+Pb31) +4(Cal60+Mo46+4Ge39+Pb21) Central globe = 687 Anu

4 funnels each 377 Anu = 1508 4 funnels each 383 Anu = 1532

Total = 3727 Anu

FIG. 135. LEAD CENTRE, TL687

LEAD

LEAD

FIG. 136. LEAD FUNNELS

E2 E3

E4

SILICON

GERMANIUM

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4 12

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12

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4

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1

slip

4

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FUNNEL

FUNNEL Ge 39

CENTRAL GLOBE

FIG. 137. DISINTEGRATION OF SILICON AND GERMANIUM

FIG. 137. DISINTEGRATION OF SILICON AND GERMANIUM

DISINTEGRATION OF OCTAHEDRON GROUP B DISINTEGRATION OF SILICON

On the E4 level the four ovoids Sil5 and the B5 are first liberated from the funnels. The four Ad6 then escape from their ovoids, leaving the quintet and quartet together in a sphere, as shown in Fig. 137.

On the E3 level the quintet and quartet join together to form a group of nine Anu. The Ad6 gives its usual sextet and the B5 a quintet.

On the E2 level the group of nine Anu divides into a sextet and a triplet, the Ad6 sextet gives two triplets and the quintet a triplet and a duad.

DISINTEGRATION OF GERMANIUM

Funnels. The four large ovoids, Ge39, in the funnels are first set free on the E4 leveL Then the cigar Ad6 bursts its way through and goes along its accustomed path. The three groups, Gell, are left in the ovoids.

On the E3 level the Ad6 form sextets while the Gell are set free.

On the E2 level these form triplets and a quintet as shown.

The Central globe. The globe is first liberated and then the two tetrahedrons 2Ad24 separate and free the little sphere of four Anu, Be4. These four Anu give the Sodium cross also found in Titanium.

On the E3 level the Ad24 break up into sextets and the Be4 gives a quartet.

On the E2 level these give triplets and duads. Fig. 137.

CENTRAL GLOBE

IN SPIKE

CONE

FIG. 13a DISINTEGRATION OF TIN

DISINTEGRATION OF TIN

Funnels. The funnels are exactly like those of Germanium and disintegrate as shown under Germanium. Fig. 137.

Central globe. The central globe, Nel20. is first liberated on the E4 level. It then breaks up into its five tetrahedrons, 5Ad24. On the E3 level these tetrahedrons each give four sextets, and these sextets each give two triplets on the E2 IeveL Fig. 138.

Spikes. The three pillars, Sn35, are liberated on the E4 level and become spheres, the single septet being at the centre and the other six bodies circling round it on differing planes. On the E3 level these seven spheres are liberated and form groups as shown in Fig. 138. They disintegrate further on the E2 level giving a quartet, triplets, duads and units.

The cone in the spike, Ag21. is also set free on the E4 IeveL This is really a pyramid as in Silver. On the E3 level three septets are formed and on the E2 level six triplets and three units.

Fig. 139 shows the Octahedron Group B in a condensed form, from which the relationships in the group may be studied.

GERMANIUM

TERBIUM

LEAD

FIG. 139 THE OCTAHEDRON GROUP B

FIG. 140. TYPES OF THE BARS GROUP

THE BARS GROUP

THIS group comprises those elements sometimes known as the Interperiodics. They occur in the pendulum diagram on the central line, alternately with the inert gases ot the Star Group. They are all metals and have a maximum valence of eight.

When examined these elements were seen to have a striking configuration. Their general appearance is shown in Fig. 140. They consist of seven equal rods piercing a cube, three through the six middle points of its surfaces and four through its corners. There are therefore seven crossed bars whose directions in space are fixed by the cube. They may also be considered as consisting of fourteen half bars, all the half bars being identical. It should be clearly noted that there is no cube, nor outline of a cube to be seen in the element itself. The half-bars interlock in the centre of a sphere. The cube has been drawn simply to indicate the directions in space of the half-bars.

The elements in this group occur as closely associated sets of three. Three of these groups of three are known to science and a fourth group has been observed by clairvoyance and is here described. Within a group of three the difference between one member and its successor is 28 Anu, that is to say two extra Anu in each half-bar.

ATOMIC NO.

ELEMENT

14 BARS

26 1.008

27 1,036

28 1.064

Iron

Cobalt

Nickel

14 (2Fel4+ Fe 16+ Fe28) 14 (2Fel4+Fel6+2Coll + Co8) 14 (2Fel4+Fel6+ 2Coll + NilO)

44 1.848

45 1,876

46 1.904

Ruthenium

Rhodium

Palladium

14 (2Fel6+2Fel4+2Rul7+2Rul9) 14 (2Fel6+2Fel4+2Rh20+2Rhl7) 14 (2Rhl7+2Pdl5+2Pdl7+2Pdl9)

2,646 2,674 2,702

14 (3X30+ 3X28 +X15) 14 (3X30+2Y29+X28+ X15) 14 (3X30+3Z31 + CulO)

76 3,430

77 3,458

78 3,486

Osmium

Iridium

Platinum

14 (4X30+3Z31+Os32) 14 (4X30+2Ir26+2Ir27+ Ag21) 14 (4X30+2Ir26+ 2X28+Ag21)

FIG. 141. IRON. COBALT. NICKEL

atomic nos 26. 27. 28 IRON. COBALT NICKEL

Owing to their similarity and mutual relationships it will be simplest to consider the groups of three elements together. Fig. 141.

It will be noticed that each bar has two sections, and that the three lower sections in Iron, Cobalt and Nickel are identical (2Fel4+ Fel6). In the upper sections Iron has a cone of twenty-eight Anu, Fe28, while Cobalt and Nickel have each three ovoids, and of these the middle ones alone differ, and that only in their upper globes, this globe having four Anu in Cobalt and six in Nickel.

As explained previously, the groups of Anu are in three dimensional space. The ovoids within each bar revolve round the central axis of the bar, remaining parallel with it. while each spins on its own axis; the Iron cone spins round as though impaled on the axis.

Iron = 14(2Fel4+Fel6+Fe28)

14 bars of 72 Anu - 1008 Anu

Total -- 1008 Anu

Number weight 56.00

14 bars of 74 Anu ^ 1036 Anu

Total - 1036 Anu

Number weight = 57.55

Nickel = 14<2Fel4+Fel6+2Coll+NilO)

Total = 1064 Anu

Number weight = 59.11

RUTHENIUM

RHODIUM

PALLADIUM

RUTHENIUM

RHODIUM

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