ten elements occur on the right hand swing of the pendulum, on the outgoing
and on the return swing. They are tetrahedrons in form, and their characteristic
valence is four, although some of them are found to develop a higher valence
of six. Fig. 59.
their fundamental form is the same as that of the Tetrahedron Group A,
yet we find a distinctly different type of arrangement of the Anu in the
same plan of four funnels opening on the faces of a tetrahedron is found
in all these elements, but Magnesium and Sulphur have no central globe,
and in Cadmium and Tellurium the globe becomes a cross.
4 [3 (3Mg12)]
4 [3 (3S16)]
4 [3 (3S16)] + Spikes: 4 [4Zn20 + 3Zn18' + Cu10]
4 [3 (3Se10 + 3Se10 + 3N2) + star Se153]
4 [3 (3Se10 + 3Zn18' + 4Zn20)]
(Cd48 + 3)
4 [3 (3Se10 + 3Te21 + 4Te22)]
4 [3 (3Se10 + 3Eu26 + 4Eu31)]
4 [3 (3Se10 + 3Eu26 + 4Eu31)]
4 [3 (3Se10 + 3Cl.19 + 4Te22) + Se153]
4 [3 (3Po17 + 3Po33 + 4Po33')]
ATOMIC No. 12
This element introduces us to a new arrangement of the internal structure of
the funnels. Fig. 59.
globe. Magnesium is exceptional in having no central globe at all.
Each funnel contains three segments of three ovoids. Each group of
three ovoids forms a ring. The ovoids are all similar and consist of three
small spheres of two, seven and three Anu respectively.
Magnesium = 4 [3 (3Mg12)]
Four funnels of 108 Anu = 432 Anu
Total = 432 Anu
Number weight 432 / 18 = 24.00tk
FIG. 60. SULPHUR, ZINC
ATOMIC No. 16
globe. Sulphur, like Magnesium, has no central globe.
The funnels of Sulphur are very similar to those of Magnesium, having
three segments of three ovoids. The ovoids consist of three small spheres,
a duad. N2, and two septets, I.7, making S16. Thus 36 extra Anu are slipped
into the funnels. Fig. 60.
Sulphur = 4 [3 (3S16)]
Four funnels of 144 Anu = 576 Anu
Total = 576 Anu
Number weight 576 / 18 = 32.00tk
ATOMIC No. 30
contains a globe and four spikes in addition to the four funnels. Funnels
and spikes alike radiate from a simple globe. Fig. 60.
globe. The globe is made up of one N2 and four Li4, making Zn18. These
five contained spheres are arranged cross-wise, preparing for the fully
developed cross of Cadmium. One end of the cross touches the bottom of
The funnels are identical with those of Sulphur, though they are more
The extra weight is mainly made up by the use of spikes, as was sometimes
done in the previous group, The spikes show the cone of ten Anu, met with
in other elements, and three very regular pillars, each with six spheres
containing two, three, four, four three and two Anu respectively. The four
supporting spheres, Zn20, are on the model of the central globe but contain
two more Anu.
is distinguished by the peculiarity of an exquisite quivering star floating
across the mouth of each funnel and dancing violently when a ray of light
falls upon it. It is known that the conductivity of Selenium varies with
the intensity of the light falling upon it, and it may be that the star
is in some way connected with its conductivity. Fig. 61.
globe. The central globe is the same as that of Zinc, Zn18.
The bodies in the funnels resemble those in Magnesium, but a reversed
image of the top one is interposed between this and the small duad, and
each pair has its own enclosure. There are three segments in the funnel
Star. It will be seen that the star is a very complicated body, having
six points radiating from a central sphere. In each point the spheres of
five Anu revolve around the cone of seven. Each star contains 153 Anu,
The central globe is anew form, though prefigured in the central globe
of Zinc. It consists of nine small spheres arranged so as to form a cross,
Cd48. Fig. 62.
In Cadmium there are no spikes, but the three segments of the funnels
are much more complex than in Zinc.
of the three segments contains four spheres Zn20 and three pillars Zn18'.
The pillars are similar to those in the zinc spikes. Below each of the
pillars is an ovoid with ten Anu. This is the Se10 group found in the funnel
of Selenium and which occurs frequently. Each segment of the funnel contains
164 Anu, hence the whole funnel contains 492 Anu.
Cadmium = Cd48 + 4 [3 (3Se10 + 3Zn18' + 4Zn20)]
Central globe = 48 Anu
4 funnels of 492 Anu = 1968
Total = 2016 Anu
Number weight 2016 / 18 = 112.00tk
FIG. 63. Tellurium (closely resembles Cadmium)
ATOMIC No. 52
The central cross which forms the globe differs from that of Cadmium
in having a group of seven Anu at the centre instead of one of four. Cd48 + 3
Tellurium has three cylindrical segments making up its funnel. The
contained bodies in the pillars run two, three, four, five, four and three,
making Te21. A quartet replaces a duad in the globes, making Te22. Below
each pillar is a Se10 group. Each segment has 181 Anu.
The number weight for Tellurium is lower than that usually accepted
by science. If there were another variety in which the pillars were symmetrical,
that is if another group of two Anu were added at the top of each pillar,
the total Anu in this variety would be 2295 giving a number weight of 127.50.
FIG. 64. EUROPIUM
ATOMIC No. 63
element resembles Tellurium in its arrangement. Fig. 64.
globe. The central globe of Europium is similar to that of Tellurium except
that a tiny sphere of two Anu is added to each arm of the cross. Thus eight
Anu are added to the globe of Tellurium, making Eu59.
The funnels each consist of three identical segments, each of 232 Anu.
Each segment contains, first the three Se10 as in previous elements, then
three pillars each of 26 Anu, Eu26, and above these, four spheres, each
Eu31. The total for one funnel is 696 Anu.
Europium = Eu59 + 4 [3 (3Se10 + 3Eu26 + 4Eu31) ]
Central globe = 59 Anu
Four funnels of 696 Anu = 2784
Total = 2843 Anu
Number weight 2843 / 18 = 157.94tk
FIG. 65. HOLMIUM
ATOMIC No. 67
This element is similar to Europium except that its central globe is much more
complex. Fig. 65.
globe. The grand centre of the globe is made up of a sphere of seven
Anu, surrounded by three groups of 15 Anu. The seven central Anu are arranged
at the six points of space with one in the centre.
groups of 15 Anu suggest the rings in Occultum, Oc15.
this sphere there radiate groups of bodies composed of two sets of four
similar groups. Each set of four points in a definite direction fixed by
the tetrahedron. One set of four points to the four faces and the other
set to the four corners. The set that points to the four faces is that
which occurs in the central globe of Europium.
the set which points to the four corners each contains N6, three Ad6 and
B5, some of which groups are found in Occultum. The B5 at the end comes
to a point as if it were a prong.
we take the three groups of 3B5 and the remaining groups which make the
four pointers to the four corners, it is possible to account for three
Occultum atoms except for one Anu. When the three groups and the four pointers
were taken out they promptly rearranged themselves as three Occultum atoms.
It was found that the missing Anu was that which acted as the grand centre
of the whole Holmium atom.
The four funnels are exactly as those in Europium. Each funnel has
three segments and each segment contains 232 Anu arranged as in Europium.
Holmium = Ho220 + 4 [3 (3Se10 + 3Eu26 + 4 Eu31)]
Central globe = 220 Anu
Four funnels of 696 Anu = 2784
Total = 3004 Anu
Number weight 3004 / 18 = 166.888tk
FIG. 66. THE FUNNEL OF MERCURY
ATOMIC No. 80
keeps to the tetrahedral form but adopts a much more complex central globe.
we have an element with a decided individuality of its own. True, its component
parts are all borrowed, but the combination of them is unique.
Mercury borrows its funnels from Tellurium, though dropping two Anu
from each column, and then captures the lovely Selenium star, but turns
it into a solid looking and vigorously rotating sphere. The star is no
longer flat but has its arms projecting towards the six directions. We
may credit what is borrowed from Tellurium and Selenium to the type to
which all three belong, but what is taken from Gold must represent the
influence of the evolutionary force, since Gold comes just before it on
the spiral, though on quite a different line.
funnels have three segments as in Cadmium. Each segment contains three
Se10, three pillars, Cl.19, and four globes Te22. Above the three segments
there floats a sphere made of the Selenium star. Each funnel contains three
segments + Se153, making 678 Anu.
FIG. 67. THE CENTRE OF MERCURY
FIG. 68. CENTRE OF THE STAR IN THE FUNNEL OF MERCURY B
Central globe. With splendid audacity, Mercury seizes upon the wonderful
system of 864 Anu which makes the connecting rod in Gold, and uses that
as its centrepiece. Fig. 67.
Mercury B is also a tetrahedron and closely resembles
Mercury, the difference being only the addition of six Anu to each of the
four funnels of Mercury. This produces a new element, a solid Mercury.
A specimen of this rare form of Mercury exists in an occult museum.
six extra Anu are added in the centre of the Selenium star in the
Mercury B. (missing analysis)
Central globe = 864 Anu
Four funnels of 684 Anu = 2736
Total = 3600 Anu
Number weight 3600 / 18 = 200.00tk
ATOMIC No. 84
though a tetrahedron, is still heavier and more complicated than the earlier
members of the group. It is rare and appears to be unstable. Figs. 69,
globe. The globe goes back to the pattern of Holmium. It contains
a grand centre of a sphere I.7 surrounded by six groups of (3B5) = Ho15.
This again is surrounded by eight groups as in Holmium. Four of these are
Po42 and four Po35, making a globe of 405 Anu as the centre-piece of Polonium.
Each of the funnels has three segments. Each segment contains at the bottom
three ovoids Po17, then three pillars Po33 and then four spheres Po33'.
These make up 282 Anu. Three segments of 282 make 846 Anu in each funnel.
Polonium = Po405 + 4 [3 (3Po17 + 3Po33 + 4Po33')]
Central globe = 405 Anu
Four funnels of 846 Anu = 3384
Total = 3789 Anu
Number weight 3789 / 18 = 210.50tk
FIG. 69. THE CENTRE OF POLONIUM
FIG. 70. The Funnel of Polonium
FIG. 71. DISINTEGRATION OF MAGNESIUM. SULPHUR AND ZINC
DISINTEGRATION OF THE TETRAHEDRON GROUP B
DISINTEGRATION OF MAGNESIUM
On the E4 level the four funnels are first set free; these then set
free the three segments, each segment forming a large sphere. These spheres,
however, are not permanent but the three ovoids break loose from the spheres
and themselves become spherical. Thus each funnel gives nine spheres. Fig. 71.
the E3 level the three bodies in the sphere are set free, yielding a triplet,
a septet and a duad.
the E2 level the triplets become a dead and a unit, the septet gives a
triplet and a quartet and the dead gives two units.
DISINTEGRATION OF SULPHUR
element has the same groups in the funnel as Magnesium, with the substitution
of a second septet for the triplet. At the final disintegration on the
E4 level we find, therefore, nine spheres from each funnel, each sphere
containing two septets and a dead.
the E3 and E2 levels these disintegrate as in Fig. 71.
FIG. 72. DISINTEGRATION OF ZINC
DISINTEGRATION OF ZINC
the E4 level the four funnels, the four spikes and the central globe are
first set free. Figs. 71, 72.
funnels are identical with those of Sulphur and behave in the same
way on disintegration.
spikes immediately release their contents, each spike giving eight
bodies, the three pillars Zn18', the four globes Zn20 and the cone Cu10.
The pillars Zn18' 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.
triangular arrangement at the top of the spike is the same as the cone
in Copper, Cu10.
further disintegration of these bodies is shown in Fig. 72.
central globe. Zn18 is set free on the E4 level and acts as a cross.
The cross is a favorite design in these groups.
the E3 level it forms four quartets and a dead.
the E2 level it gives 9 duads.
FIG. 73. DISINTEGRATION OF SELENIUM
DISINTEGRATION OF SELENIUM
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.
the E3 level six decads are formed and one hexad. The body with six Anu
is formed by combination of three duads.
the E2 level the decads give twelve triplets and six quartets. The hexad
give three duads.
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.
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.
further disintegration is shown in Fig. 73.
central globe is similar to that in Zinc, Zn18. This is liberated on
the E4 level and is as shown in Fig. 73. On the E3 level it forms tour
quartets and a duad. On the E2 level it yields nine duads.
DISINTEGRATION OF CADMIUM
follows closely on the lines of Zinc. Fig. 74.
The globes in the funnels, Zn20, arc those of Zinc, and the pillars
are the Zn18' of the Zinc spike.
the E4 level the ovoids Se10 become 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.
the E3 level we have a decad, Se10, and on the E2 level two triads and
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.
DISINTEGRATION OF TELLURIUM
Tellurium very closely resembles Cadmium.
The pillars are the same as the rod of Chlorine, Cl.19, with a duad
added at the base. The ovoid Se10 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.
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.
Fig. 75 shows the Tetrahedron Group B in a condensed form, from which the relations
between the elements in the group may be studied.