FUNNEL B

FIG. 108. THALLIUM, FUNNEL B

atomic no. si. THALLIUM

Central globe. There is here a central globe very similar to that in Cerium. It consists of a central group, Ce27, surrounded by 20 ovoids of 33 Anu, making 687 Anu in all. Fig. 109.

Funnels. Here again we find two types of funnels. Each funnel contains four segments made up of types A, B and C. Segment A is Sbl28, segment B is Sbll3, and Segment C contains Ca45, plus a sphere containing four Moll, T1.44, and then two N24, making T1.137. Figs. 107, 108.

Three funnels consist of 2A+B+C and three of A+2B+C.

Thallium - Tl.687+3 [2Sbl28+Sbll3+T1.137] +3 |Sb128 +2Sbl 13+T1.137] Central globe = 687 Anu

3 funnels of 2A+B+C = 1518 3 funnels of A+2B+C = 1473

Total = 3678 Anu

atomic no 83. BISMUTH

Central globe. The central globe is similar to that of Thallium, T1.687. Fig. 109. Funnels. Here again there are two types of funnels, each containing four segments, made up of types A, B, C and D. Segment A is Sbl28, segment B is Sbll3. Segment C is composed of Ca45, Mo46 and two N24 groups making 139 Anu. Segment D is part of the arm of Zirconium and contains 160 Anu. Three of the funnels contain 2A+B+C and three A+2B+D. Figs. 110, 111.

Bismuth = Tl.687+3 [2Sb 128+Sb 113+( Ca45+Mo46+2N24 ) ] +3[Sbl28+2Sbll3+ {Ti88+(Ga20+4Zrl3)} ]

Central globe = 687 Anu

Total = 3753 Anu

Number weight 3~ = 2085

BISMUTH

FUNNEL A

FUNNEL B

DISINTEGRATION OF CUBE GROUP B DISINTEGRATION OF ALUMINIUM

The funnels separate and the contents are liberated. The eight ovoids remain together in a sphere; so two bodies from each funnel are set free on the E4 level. Fig. 112.

On the E3 level the eight ovoids are set free and become spherical, forming bodies containing 9 Anu as shown in Fig. 112.

On the E2 level each of these breaks up into three triads.

The globe from the funnel becomes a cross at the E3 stage, with one Anu from the duads in each arm in addition to its own. On the E2 level these form four duads and a unit.

On the E4 level segment A sets free three P9 groups, three sextets, N6, and a quintet, B5. The P9 groups form a cube with one Anu at each corner and one in the centre attached to all the others. Fig. 112.

Similarly segment B, on the E4 level, liberates three P9, three quartets, Be4, and one quartet, Li4.

On the E3 level the P9 groups each form two bodies. Five of the nine Anu hold together and place themselves on the angles of a square-based pyramid ; the remaining four set themselves on the angles of a tetrahedron. The other groups form three sextets, and a quintet and three ring quartets and a pyramid as shown.

On the E2 level each P9 yields 4 duads and a unit while the other groups form triads and duads as shown.

GALLIUM

SEGMENT A

FUNNEL

SEGMENT B

ARSENIC

FUNNEL

FIG. 113. DISINTEGRATION OF GALLIUM AND ARSENIC

In Gallium the funnels are liberated and then set free their two containing segments, each of which forms a cylinder. Thus each funnel yields two bodies at the first stage of the E4 level. This is not shown in Fig. 113. At the second stage the segments liberate their contents, each giving seven groups. Fig. 113.

Segment A. On the E4 level this gives the three Ga20, three Gal5 and the small group of 7 Anu, Ga7.

On the E3 level each Ga20 forms a sextet and two septets, the quartet and triad uniting. Each Gal5 forms a sextet and a cross with nine Anu having a duad in each arm and one Anu in the centre. The Ga7 forms a ring of six Anu with one in the centre.

On the E2 level these all break up into triads, duads and units.

Segment B. On the E4 level we find three Gal8, three Gal3 and a B5. On the E3 level each Gal8 gives three sextets, each Gal3 gives the cross of nine Anu as before and a ring quartet, and the B5 gives a quintet.

On the E2 level these act as usual, giving triads, duads and units.

Arsenic resembles Aluminium in having eight ovoids in its funnel. These are set free as spheres on the E4 level, as is the globe of nine Anu, A1.9'. Thus we have nine spheres on this E4 level. Fig. 113.

On the E3 level the three groups of nine Anu from the ovoids are liberated and form groups having the same design as those in Aluminium. The globe AL91 gives a cross of nine Anu. On the E2 level triads, duads and units are formed as shown in Fig. 113.

DISINTEGRATION OF INDIUM

After the funnels of Indium separate they set free their segments and these in turn liberate their contents. Each segment gives seven bodies.

Each funnel contains three segments, these being of two types, A and B. Fig. 114.

Type A. On the E4 level type A gives three Ga20, three Gal5 and an Inl6.

On the E3 level each Ga20 gives a sextet and two septets as before. The Gal5 also acts as in Gallium giving a sextet and a cross of nine Anu. The Inl6 gives a sextet and two quintets formed of a ring of four Anu with one in the centre (a square-based pyramid).

On the E2 level these form triads, duads and units.

Type B. On the E4 level we have three Gal8, three Gal3 and an Inl4.

On the E3 level each Gal8 gives three sextets and the Gal3 gives the cross of nine Anu and a ring quartet as in Gallium. The Inl4 gives a tetrahedron quartet and two quintets (square-based pyramids).

On the E2 level they give triads, duads and units as before.

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FIG. 115. DISINTEGRATION OF ANTIMONY

This clement follows Gallium and Indium in its disintegration. There are three segments in each funnel and these segments are of two types. Each liberates seven bodies on the E4 level. Fig. 115.

Type A. On the E4 level we find three Ga20, three Sbl7 and one Sbl7*. On the E3 level each Ga20 gives a sextet and two septets. The Sbl7 is like the Gal5 except that a triplet is substituted for the unit in the centre of the P9 group. This apparently throws the cross out of gear for we have a new figure of eleven Anu containing two quartets and a triplet. In addition to the body of eleven Anu each Sbl7 liberates a sextet on the E3 level. The Sbl7' gives a septet and two quintets of the square-based pyramid type.

On the E2 level we find quartets, triplets, duads and units.

Type B. On the E4 level we find three Gal8, three Sbl5 and one Inl4.

On the E3 level each Gal8 gives three sextets, the Sbl5 is similar to Gal3 except for the substitution of a triplet for the unit in the centre. Each Sbl5 gives the group of eleven Anu as in the A type segment and a ring of four Anu. The Inl4 gives a tetrahedron and two quintets of the square-based pyramid form.

On the E2 level we find quartets, triplets, duads and units.

Fig. 116 shows the Cube Group B in a condensed form, from which the relationships in the group can be studied.

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FIG. 117. TYPES OF OCTAHEDRONS CHAPTER IX ## THE OCTAHEDRON GROUP ATHIS group is a very interesting one, containing as it does the element Carbon, so important in organic chemistry. The members of the group occur at the extreme limits of the left-hand swing of the pendulum. Their characteristic form is that of an octahedron, rounded at the angles and a little depressed between the faces in consequence of the rounding. In fact, it was not at first recognized as an octahedron, and was called the " corded bale ". All these elements are tetravalent and have eight funnels opening on the eight faces of the octahedron. Here, as usual, we find that the number of funnels is twice the valence. The conception of the four valencies of Carbon pointing to the four corners of a tetrahedron, so much used in organic chemistry, at once comes to the mind. It is obvious that if four of the eight funnels are used, these would give forces pointing in the required directions in space. This subject is further illustrated in the descriptions of the Carbon compounds in Chapter XQI
ATOMIC NO. 6. CARBON Carbon gives us the fundamental octahedron form, which becomes so marked in Titanium and Zirconium. Central globe. In the centre of the .octahedron is a globe containing four Anu, each within its own wall; these lie on the dividing lines of the faces and each holds a pair of funnels together. It seems as though this Anu had been economically taken from one Ad6 in the funnels, to form the link. Fig. 118. Funnels. The funnels are in pairs, one of each pair showing three " cigars " and having as its fellow a funnel in which the middle " cigar " is truncated, having lost one Anu. Each Ad6 has a leaf-like body at its base, the six together making up one Hydrogen atom. Carbon = 4+4C27+4C26 Centre = 4 Anu 4 funnels of 27 Anu = 108 4 funnels of 26 Anu = 104 Total = 216 Anu Number weight = 12.00 ATOMIC NO 22 TITANIUM Central globe. The central body is made up of the five interlaced tetrahedrons. Nel20, with a ring of seven Anu round an eighth, that forms the minute centre of the whole. Into this elaborate body one hundred and twenty-eight Anu are built. Round this centre comes a ring of twelve ovoids each holding within itself fourteen Anu, distributed among three contained spheres, two quartets and a sextet. This is a new device for crowding in material. Fig. 119. Funnels. Titanium has a complete Carbon atom distributed over the ends of its four arms, a pair of funnels with their linking Anu being seen in each. Then, in each arm, comes the elaborate body Ti88, with its eighty-eight Anu. The protrusion of the arms in Titanium and Zirconium suggests the old Rosicrucian symbol of the cross and rose, but since they show at their ends the eight carbon funnels with their characteristic contents they justify their relationship. Titanium = (Nel20+8) + 12Til4+4(Ti88+C27+C26+l) Central globe = 128 Anu Ring = 168 8 funnels = 216 Total = 864 Anu ZIRCONIUM ZIRCONIUM atomic no. 40 ZIRCONIUM Zirconium has a similar design to Titanium, the Carbon atom being similarly distributed and the central body identical in pattern. Fig. 120. Central globe. The central globe resembles that of Titanium, being Ne 120+8. but the 12 ovoids in the ring are more elaborate, each containing 36 Anu instead of 14. Funnels. The ovoid in the arm of Zirconium shows no less than thirteen secondary globes, four of which make Ti88. These in turn contain altogether 69 smaller spheres. So we have 212 Anu in each arm, Zr212. A whole Carbon atom is distributed over the ends of the four arms, as in Titanium. In this way the clever builders have piled up in Zirconium no less than 1,624 Anu. Zirconium = (Nel20+8)+12Zr36+4(Zr212+C27+C26+l) Central globe Ring 4 arms of 212 Anu 8 funnels
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