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
1. A connecting rod
2. An upper part, or head, composed of twelve funnels revolving round a central
globe. The twelve 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 globe.
element is surrounded by a sphere wall.
elements occur to the right of the central line in the pendulum diagram.
Their characteristic valence is one.
the diagrams we give the connecting rod, the globe and one funnel. It will
be seen that here, as in the spike group, we find certain characteristic
groups which are built into many of the elements.
The connecting rod in five elements is the same, and to this
group we have given the distinguishing name of Cl.19. The rod in
the last four elements steadily increases in size. The constituents
of the Occultum atom appear frequently in Samarium, Erbium, Gold
and 85. In the connecting rod, whenever there are two columns, as
in Samarium they revolve perpendicularly round a common centre.
When there are three columns, as in Erbium, they revolve round a
centre which is the connecting rod Cl.19, the three columns being at
the corners of a triangle. When there are four columns, as in 85,
they revolve round a common centre, being at the corners of a
square. The connecting rod of Gold is exceptional as it does not
globes increase steadily in size as the weight increases. The analysis
shows how these are built up.
funnels also increase in size. One very important group, Cl.25, occurs
in all the elements of this group from chlorine onwards.
One isotope, that of chlorine was observed.
2 (Na10 + 2)
2 (2Be4 + 2Ad6)
24 (Cl.25 + 2B5 + Cu10)
2 (Be4 + 2H3 + 2N2)
24 (Cl.25 + 3 Ge.11)
2 (mNe5 + 2H3 + 2N2)
24 (Cl.25 + 3 Ge.11 + Ag21)
2 (3Be4 + 2H3)
24 (Cl.25 + 3 Ge.11 + 5.I.7)
(2Sm84 + 4Sm66)
24 (Cl.25 + 4 Ge.11 + Ag21)
(Cl.19 + 3Sm84 + 6Sm66)
24 (Cl.25 + 4 Ge.11 + Ag21)
(4Sm84 + 16Au33)
2 (Sm101 + 2 Au38)
24 (Cl.25 + 4 Ge.11 + Fe28)
2 (Sm101 + 2 Au38)
24 (Cl.25 + 2 + 4(85.15) + Fe28)
ATOMIC No. 11
is the simplest of the Dumb-bell group. It consists of a central rod, the
bar of the dumb-bell, at each end of which is a globe from which radiate
Rod. The rod consists of fourteen Anu arranged in
three spheres of four, six and four Anu
from which the funnels radiate consists of two concentric spheres.
In the inner one are four Anu, while six Anu are found in the outer circle.
Each funnel shows four enclosed bodies, chiefly made up
of duads, as shown in Fig. 31.
Chlorine contains some of the fundamental patterns used
in this group. Fig. 31.
the rod we find an arrangement of five small spheres, containing three,
four, five, four and three Anu respectively. This makes up the characteristic
group Cl.19 which occurs again in a number of elements in the group.
Globe. The globes are the same as those in Sodium.
Funnel. The funnel, shown flat as an isosceles triangle, is a somewhat complicated
structure, of the same type as that in Sodium, the difference consisting
in the addition of one more sphere containing nine Anu. The whole funnel
forms the characteristic group Cl.25, which occurs in all the succeeding
elements in the group.
close similarities point to some real relation between these elements.
Chlorine = Cl.19 + 2Na10 + 24O25.
Connecting rod = 19 Anu
Upper part, 12 funnels of 25 Anu = 300
Central globe = 10
Lower part, 12 funnels of 25 Anu = 300
Central globe = 10
Total = 639 Anu
Number weight 639 / 18 = 35.50tk
ATOMIC No. 17
ISOTOPE OF CHLORINE
was specially looked for in sea water and found. The difference consists
in the addition of one Anu to each of the 24 funnels, and of two Anu to
each of the two globes round which the funnels revolve. A funnel of Chlorine
consists of five spheres containing respectively 2, 2, 4, 8, and
9 Anu. In the isotope, the arrangement is 2, 3, 4, 8, and 9. Each central
globe of Chlorine
Anu, an inner sphere of four Anu
surrounded by an outer of six. In the isotope the central globe contains
twelve Anu, an inner sphere of six Anu at the points of an octahedron,
and an outer sphere of six. Fig. 31.
isotope is less common than the normal variety of Chlorine. Though a thorough
investigation was not made of the difference between Chlorine and its isotope,
nevertheless the impression gained was that the isotope was more positive
Chlorine a = Cl.19 + 2 (Na10 + 2) + 24 Cl.26
Connecting rod = 19 Anu
Upper part, 12 funnels of 26 Anu = 312
Central globe = 12
Lower part, 12 funnels of 26 Anu = 312
Central globe = ' 12
Total = 667 Anu
Number weight 667 / 18 = 37.055tk
ATOMIC No. 29
connecting rod in Copper is exactly the same as that in Chlorine, Cl.19.
central globe contains two spheres of four Anu and a prism-shaped group
containing six Anu. This is the Ad6 group, which is one of the most common
of the constituent groups.
main portion of the funnel is that of Chlorine, Cl.25. The funnel also
contains additional bodies, notably a triangular cone containing ten Anu.
Such a cone, built of varying numbers of Anu, occurs in other elements,
such as Gold. Iron and Platinum. There are also two quintets, 2B5. Fig. 31.
Bromine the connecting rod remains unchanged, Cl.19.
globe seems to be formed from that of Chlorine. Two pairs of Anu are added
and a rearrangement is effected by drawing together and lessening the swing
of the pairs of triplets, thus making room for the newcomers.
funnel consists of the Cl.25 and three additional groups, Ge.11, ovoid in
shape, and each containing eleven Anu. Thus thirty-three Anu are added
without any disturbance of form. The total number of Anu is here raised
to 1,439. Fig. 31.
and over again, in these investigations, were we reminded of Tyndall's
fascinating description of crystal building, and his fancy of the tiny.
ingenious builders busied therein. Truly are there such builders, and the
ingenuity and effectiveness of their devices are delightful to see. Theosophists
call them Nature-spirits, and often use the mediaeval term elementals.
Beings concerned with the elements truly are they, even with chemical elements.
element seems to be an intermediate stage between Silver and Gold. Fig. 32.
Rod. The connecting rod is yet in embryo, for it has not the wonderful
solar system which makes so splendid an appearance in Gold. It has evolved
already the curious form, Sm84, with its four rope-like rings, Oc15,
borrowed from Occultum. Two of these Sm84 groups appear in Samarium and
four in Gold. The Au33 groups, also derived from Occultum, which rotate
round the central sphere in the rod of Gold, appear in this element but
are curiously doubled.
rod contains, in all, six bodies, forming two columns which revolve round
a common centre. The rod will be found on close examination to be constructed
from the constituents of eight atoms of Occultum.
The globes at the top and bottom of the dumb-bell have now become a complex
body which may be distinguished as Sm101. Each globe consists of a central
small sphere of five Anu, surrounded by a ring of six duads. These are
again surrounded by a ring of twelve I.7 groups.
funnels are identical with those of Silver, except that the Cl.25 is slightly
rearranged and there are four Ge.11 instead of three. It contains the triangular shaped
body containing 21 Anu, Ag21.
is some reason to believe that this element is the Aurichalcum
of the Atlanteans, as described by Plato. If so, it probably exists in much
greater quantity than is yet known.
is considered to be one of the Rare Earths and chemists are undecided how
best to assign places in the Periodic Table to these elements. It will
seen that the arrangement suggested in this book, and confirmed by the
sequence of characteristic shapes, gives a scheme whereby all these elements
fall naturally into the groups.
connecting rod follows the pattern of Samarium, but it contains three columns
instead of two and these columns contain the constituents of twelve Occultum
atoms. In addition there is the group Cl.19 which appears as the connecting
rod in the earlier elements. The three columns are placed at the corners
of a triangle and revolve round the Cl.19.
The globe is the
Sm101 group which forms the globe of Samarium.
are identical with those of Samarium. Fig. 32.
is so complicated that it is difficult to recognise the familiar dumb-bell
in this elongated egg, but when we come to examine it the characteristic
groupings appear. The egg is the enormously swollen connecting rod, and
the upper and lower funnels with their central globes are the almond-like
projections radiating from an ovoid. Round each almond is a shadowy funnel
(not drawn in the diagram) and within the almond is the collection of bodies
shown in the diagram of the funnel. Figs. 30 and 33.
rod contains four groups, Sm84, in the centre, and sixteen Au33 group circling
round them. These sixteen groups are arranged in two planes inclined to
one another. The whole rod is made from the constituents of sixteen atoms
Globe. The central globe here becomes an ovoid and is made up of one sphere, as
in Samarium, Sm101, and two new spheres, Au38.
funnels are exactly like those of Samarium and Erbium except that the triangular
body has twenty-eight Anu, as in Iron.
This element follows the pattern of Samarium and Erbium. Figs. 32 and 34.
Rod. The rod is very large and, like that of
gold, contains the constituents of sixteen Occultum atoms. In No.
85, however, these groups are arranged in columns as in Samarium,
though here we have four columns instead of two. The four columns
are arranged at the corners of a square and rotate round a centre.
Globe. The globe is as in gold and contains one Sm101 and
two Au38 spheres.
Funnel. The funnel is like that of Gold but there
are 18 extra Anu packed in. This is done, first by adding two Anu
to the Cl.25 unit, two of the upper duads becoming triplets. Then
instead of the four Ge.11 groups we have four groups made up of two
spheres of four Anu and one sphere of seven Anu. So we have four
groups of fifteen Anu instead of four of eleven. The Fe28 cone
comes at the mouth of the funnel.
gives the basic pattern of disintegration for the whole group. Fig. 35.
When Sodium is set free from its gaseous condition it divides up into 31
bodies; twenty-four separate funnels, four bodies derived from the two globes
and three from the connecting rod, each with more or less complex contents.
the E4 level each funnel becomes a sphere containing four bodies, 2a, 1b
the E3 level the two duads a become entirely independent and on the E2
level the four Anu break off from each other and gyrate in independent
contents of the b group unite into a quartet which, on the E2 level,
yields two duads.
contents of the group c are re-arranged on the E3 level, giving two groups
of four within a common sphere. On the E2 level the sphere yields four
globe yields a sextet and a quartet on the E4 level. On the E3 level the
sextet, with its six Anu whirling round a common centre, becomes grouped
into two triplets, preparing for the complete separation of these on the
quartet, a whirling cross with an Anu at each point, becomes a quartet
on the E3 level, in which three Anu revolve round a fourth. In the E2 state
the central Anu is set free, resulting in a triplet and a unit.
On the E4 level the rod sets free two quartets and a peculiarly formed
sextet. Each of the quartets liberated from the Rod shows four Anu whirling
round a common centre, exactly resembling in appearance the quartet from
the globe. But there must be some difference of inner relation for, in
the E3 state, they act differently. Those from the Rod re-arrange themselves
as two pairs and divide into two duads on the E2 level.
sextet is a four-sided pyramid with two closely joined Anu at its apex.
These still cling to each other in mutual revolution as an E3 body, encircled
by a ring of four. On further disintegration to the E2 level this leads
to three duads.
FIG. 36. [The connecting rod. Cl.19]
DISINTEGRATION OF CHLORINE
the E4 level the 24 funnels. Cl.25, form spheres as do those of Sodium.
The small additional sphere, N9, containing three groups of three Anu,
remains within this funnel-sphere. Figs. 35 and 36.
The globes are identical with those of Sodium and disintegrate in the same
way. Fig. 35.
The connecting rod. Cl.19, is common to a number of elements. Fig. 36.
On the E4 level it sets free 5 bodies, two triplets, two tetrads and
a quintet, the latter in the form of a four-sided pyramid. On the E3 level
we find the two triplets and the two quartets. The quintet has become a
ring of 4 Anu whirling round a central unit. On the E2 level these further
disintegrate yielding 8 duads and 3 units.
DISINTEGRATION OF COPPER
funnel in Copper contains a lower part which is identical with the funnel
of Chlorine, Cl.25. This lower part disintegrates as shown in Figs. 35 and
36. The upper part of the funnel provides us with new types, the two spheres
of ten Anu. The Anu in these spheres are curiously arranged. One sphere,
a, consists of two square-based pyramids, 2135, turned so as to meet at
their apices. It breaks up into two quartet-ring: and a duad on the E3
level. On the E2 level it forms 4 duads and 2 units. The sphere, b, also
contains two four-sided pyramids but their bases are in contact and set
at right angles to each other, the second apex is not seen in the diagram
as it is directly below the first. The pyramids separate as E3 bodies and
the Anu assume the peculiar arrangement indicated. On the E2 level, they
break up into four pairs and two units.
Fig. 37. Each globe contains two spheres of 4 Anu and two Ad6 groups. The
globe is set free on the E4 level but does not break up. On the E3 level
it forms two quartets and two sextets.
the E2 level we find 8 smaller bodies, four triads and 4 duads.
Rod. Cl.19 disintegrates as in Chlorine. Fig. 36.
FIG. 37. Disintegration of Globes of Copper
bronube silver iodine
DISINTEGRATION OF BROMINE
funnels of Bromine act similarly to those of Chlorine. Fig. 36. There are,
however, three extra ovoids, Ge.11 each containing two triplets and a quintet.
This ovoid, which is shown in Fig. 36, give, on the E3 level, two triplets
and a ring of four Anu with another in the centre. On the E2 level we
find four duads and two units.
The globes are set free on the E4 level. Fig. 37. The quartets and the
two triplets whirl in a plane vertical to the paper and the two duads on
a plane at right angles to this.
the E3 level the two duads together form a linear quartet. The central
quartet gives a whirling cross and the two triplets a single sextet.
the E2 level these dissociate into four duads and two triplets.
disintegrates as does that of Chlorine. Fig. 36.
DISINTEGRATION OF SILVER
funnels of Silver are very similar to those of Bromine. On the E4 level
we find the sphere-funnel of Chlorine. Figs. 36 and 37. Then we come to
the three ovoids, Ge.11, each containing two triplets and a quintet. Their
disintegrations are shown under Bromine. Fig. 36. Finally we find the triangular-shaped
body, Ag21, at the apex of the funnel. On the E4 level this forms three
triangles joined at their apices, in fact a tetrahedron in which no Anu
are distributed on the fourth face. On the E3 level these three faces separate
and give three septets. On the E2 level each of the septets gives two triplets
and a unit.
are set free at the E4 level. Fig. 37. Each contains two triplets and two
duads revolving round a central group of five. The pentad and the two triplets
whirl in a plane vertical to the paper and the two duads in a plane at
right angles to this. The pentad is a four-sided pyramid on a square base.
disintegration to the E3 level they form a linear quartet, a sextet and
a body of five Anu. On the E2 level they disintegrate as shown in Fig. 37,
giving two triplets, four duads and a unit.
Rod. The rod behaves as in Chlorine.
DISINTEGRATION OF IODINE
funnels are like those of Bromine, with the addition of 5 ovoid bodies,
517, at the top of each. The disintegration of the funnels is shown in
Figs. 36, 37. The lower part of the funnel acts as in Chlorine and the
3 ovoids, Ge.11, as in Bromine. On the E4 level the ovoids, I.7, become
spheres when the funnels are thrown off, and a crystalline form is indicated
within the sphere. The Anu are arranged in two tetrahedrons with a common
apex, and the relationship is maintained in the E3 body, a septet. This
latter breaks up into two triplets and a unit on the E2 level. Fig. 36.
globes resemble those of Bromine save that they each contain two quartets
instead of two duads on the E4 level. These disintegrate as usual on the
E3 level, giving three quartets and also one sextet as in Bromine. On the
E2 level we get two triplets and six duads.
rod is similar to that in Chlorine and dissociates in the same way.
FIG. 38. Disintegration of the Funnels of Gold
DISINTEGRATION OF GOLD
Fig. 38. On the E4 level the 24 funnels first separate as complete
funnels, but this condition does not last. The motion ti of the
funnels changes and they finally cease to exist, setting free their
stage two on the E4 level, therefore, we have each funnel liberating nine
independent bodies. The whole arrangement is very similar to that of Silver,
and we find here also a four-sided pyramid, but it contains 28 Anu instead
of 21 and is similar to that in Iron.
On the E3 and E2 levels all these break up into the simple bodies
with which we are already familiar in Chlorine, Bromine and Silver.
Globes. Fig. 39.
The globes each contain three bodies, Sm101 and 2 Au38, and these are
first liberated on the E4 level.
The Sm101 gives 13 bodies at the second stage of the E4 level.
12 septets form prisms as in Iodine and pursue the same course on the E3
and E2 levels. The central body, a four-sided pyramid with six attendants,
remains as a single unit on the E4 level. On the E3 level we find these
as six duads revolving round a ring of four with a central Anu, while on
the E2 level these duads go off independently and the ring breaks up.
In the Au38 the tetrahedron, Ad24, follows its course as shown, breaking up
into positive and negative groups of six at the E3 level and into triplets
at the E2 level.
The other tetrahedron in Au38 sets free two quartets and two triplets on the
E3 level, yielding six duads and two units as E2 compounds.
Rod. Fig. 40.
At the first stage the 16 bodies, Au33, on the central inclined planes
break away, the central globe with its four contained globes, Sm84, remaining
unchanged. This is not permanent however.
At the second stage of E4 the sixteen Au33 separate into two groups and disintegrate
on the E3 level as in Adyarium and Occultum. The cigars, Ad6, form four
sextets, two negative and two positive. On the E2 level they give 8 triplets.
The balloon, Oc9, gives on E4 a body with re-arranged Anu and on the E3 level
two triplets, a duad and a single Anu. On the E2 level we find five single
Anu and two duads.
The sphere, Sm84, forms four rings of 15 Anu at the second stage of E4, and
an ovoid containing 24 Anu.
On the E3 level each ring forms two bodies of 7 and 8 Anu respectively. On
the E2 level these form a quintet, two quartets, and a dead.
The central ovoid with its two contained bodies breaks up into eight triangles
on the E3 level and each of these on the E2 level into a duad and a unit.
FIG. 39. Disintegration of the Globes of Gold
FIG. 40. DISINTEGRATION OF THE ROD OF GOLD
Fig. 41 shows the Dumb-bell group in a condensed form, from which
the relationships in this group may be studied