CHAPTER VIII
THE CUBE GROUP B
THE
members of this group are all cubes. They occur on the right hand swing
of the pendulum. Their characteristic valence is three but they often show
higher valencies. They all have six funnels, as in Cube Group A, but they
show quite a different design in the arrangement of the Anu.
ATOMIC 
No.  ANU  ELEMENT  CENTRE  6 FUNNELS

13  486  Aluminium    6 [Al.9' + 8 Al.9]

15  558  Phosphorus    6 [(B5 + 3N6 + 3P9) + (Li4 + 3Be4 + 3P9)]

31  1260  Gallium    6 [(Ga7 + 3Ga15 + 3Ga20) + (B5 + 3Ga13 + 3Ga18)]

33  1350  Arsenic    6 [Al.9' + 8 (2N9 + Al.9)]

49  2052  Indium    3 [2 (In16 + 3Ga15 + 3Ga20) + (In14 + 3Ga13 + 3Ga18)] + 3 [(In16 + 3Ga15 + 3Ga20) + 2(In14 + 3Ga13 + 3Ga18)]

51  2169  Antimony    3 [2Sb128 + Sb113] + 3 [Sb128 + 2Sb113]

64  2880  Gadolinium  Ne120  3 [2Sb128 + Sb113 + (Ca45 + 2N24)] + 3 [Sb128 + 2Sb113 + (Ca45 + Mo11 + 2N24)]

66  2979  Dysprosium  Ne120  3 [2Sb128 + Sb113 + (Ca45 + 2Mo11 + 2N24)] 3 [Sb128 + 2Sb113 + (Ca45 + 2Mo11 + 2N24)]

81  3678  Thallium  Tl.687  3 [2Sb128 + Sb113 + (Ca45 + Ti.44 + 2N24)] + 3 [Sb128 + 2Sb113 + (Ca45 + Ti.44 + 2N24)]

83  3753  Bismuth  Tl.687  3 [2Sb128 + Sb113 + (Ca45 + Mo46 + 2N24)] + 3 [Sb128 + 2Sb113 + {Ti88 + (Ga20 + 4Zr13)}]

FIG. 98. ALUMINIUM. PHOSPHORUS
 ATOMIC No. 13
 ALUMINIUM
 As the head of the group this element is, as usual, simple. There is no central
globe. Fig. 98.
 Funnels.
The
six funnels each contain eight similar ovoids, Al.9, of three spheres of
three Anu. Below these is an ovoid Al.9', again of three spheres, these
being two duads and a pentad.
 Aluminium = 6 (Al.9' + 8 Al.9)
 6 funnels of 81 Anu = 486 Anu
 Total = 486 Anu
 Number weight 486 / 18 = 27.00tk
 ATOMIC No. 15
 PHOSPHORUS
 Like Aluminium, Phosphorus has no central globe. Fig. 98.
 Funnels. Each of the six funnels contains two segments.
 Segment
A contains at the bottom a group 135, then three N6, and then three spheres,
P9, of nine Anu, making 50 Anu in all. Segment B also contains seven spheres,
first a tetrad Li4, with its Anu at the corners of a tetrahedron, then
three spheres of four Anu, Be4, and then the three spheres, P9, of nine
Anu found in segment A. Segment B contains 43 Anu.
 Phosphorus = 6 [(B5 + 3N6 + 3P9) + (Li4 + 3Be4 + 3P9)]
 6 funnels of 93 Anu = 558 Anu
 Total = 558 Anu
 Number weight 558 / 18 = 31.00tk
FIG. 99. GALLIUM. ARSENIC
 ATOMIC No. 31
 GALLIUM
 There
is no central globe in this element. Fig. 99.
 Funnels.
Gallium
has six similar funnels, each with two segments.
Segment
A. There is first a cone of 7 Anu, then three rather curiously formed groups
of fifteen Anu, containing a P9 group and an N6. The three upper spheres,
Ga20, in segment A are made up of two Be4 and two H3 in the form of a cross
with an Ad6 in the centre.
The total number of Anu in segment A is 112 Anu.
Segment
B is somewhat similar to segment A. It contains first a B5 instead of the
cone, then three groups Ga13, made up of P9 and Be4, and then a row of
three spheres Ga18, each with four H3 in the form of a cross with N6 in
the centre. Segment B contains 98 Anu.
 Gallium = 6 [(Ga7 + 3Ga15 + 3Ga20) + (B5 + 3Ga13 + 3Ga18)]
 6 funnels of 210 Anu = 1260 Anu
 Total = 1260 Anu
 Number weight 1260 / 18 = 70.00tk
 ATOMIC No. 33
 ARSENIC
 Once more there is no central globe. Fig. 99.
 Funnels.
All
six funnels are alike, and there are not two separate segments. Arsenic
resembles Aluminium in having eight internal subdivisions in the funnels.
and the ovoids which form the top ring are identical with those in Aluminium
save for the minute difference that in Aluminium the ovoids stand the reverse
way from those in Arsenic. In Arsenic the top and bottom triplets in the
top ovoids point downwards and the middle one upwards, in Aluminium the
opposite is true. Arsenic inserts sixteen spheres, in two rows of eight,
between the ovoids and the bottom globe Al.9', which is similar to that
in Aluminium. Each of these 16 spheres contain nine Anu, N9, so that Arsenic
adds no less than 144 Anu to each funnel of Aluminium. The total in one
Arsenic funnel is 225 Anu.
 Arsenic = 6 [Al.9' + 8 (2N9 + Al.9)]
 6 funnels of 225 Anu = 1350 Anu
 Total = 1350 Anu
 Number weight 1350 / 18 = 75.00tk
FIG. 100. INDIUM, ANTIMONY
 ATOMIC No. 49
 INDIUM
 This
element also has no central globe. Fig. 100.
 Funnels.
Each
of the six funnels has three segments instead of two, and the segments
are of two types. Three funnels contain two segments of type A and one
of type B; the other three funnels contain two segments of type B and
one of type A. Segment A is similar to segment A of Gallium, save in the
substitution of a body of 16 Anu for the cone of 7 Anu, making a total
of 121 Anu. Segment B is similar to the B segment of Gallium save that
a body of 14 Anu. In14, is substituted for the B5 group, making a total
of 107 Anu.
 Type
A funnels contain 2A + B. Type B funnels contain A + 2B.
 Indium = 3 [2 (In16 + 3Ga15 + 3Ga20) + (In14 + 3Ga13 + 3Ga18)] + 3 [(In16 + 3Ga15 + 3Ga20) + 2 (In14 + 3Ga13 + 3Ga18)]
 Three funnels 2A + B = 1047 Anu
 Three funnels A + 2B = 1005 Anu
 Total = 2052 Anu
 Number weight 2052 / 18 = 114.00tk
 ATOMIC No. 51
 ANTIMONY
 This element is very similar to Indium. There is no central globe. Fig. 100.
 Funnels.
As
in Indium there are two types of funnels and each funnel contains three
segments, of types A and B.
 Segment
A consists of seven bodies. Nearest the centre we find a group containing
two quintets and a septet I.7. This group may be identified as Sb17. Then
comes a ring of three spheres containing 17 Anu, Sb17. In this sphere we
find that the unit in the centre of the P9 group has been replaced by a
triplet. Finally there is another ring of three globes each containing
two triplets, two quartets and an Ad6. This is Ga20. This whole segment
is Sb128. Segment B also contains seven bodies, first a group of three
small spheres which is identical with In14, then a ring of three Sb15,
and finally three Ga18, the whole making Sb113.
 So
in Antimony we find three funnels of Type A containing 2A + B segments
and three funnels of Type B containing A + 2B.
 Antimony = 3 (2Sb128 + Sb113) + 3 (Sb128 + 2Sb113)
 3 funnels 2A + B = 1107 Anu
 3 funnels A + 2B = 1062 Anu
 Total = 2169 Anu
 Number weight 2169 / 18 = 120.50tk
FIG. 101. Gadolinium, Funnel A
FIG. 102. Gadolinium, Funnel B
 ATOMIC No. 64
 GADOLINIUM
 This
element somewhat resembles Antimony.
 Central globe. In this case there is a central globe. Fig. 103.
 This
globe is made up of five interpenetrating tetrahedrons, each with an Ad6
at its apices. This group occurs first in Neon and is identified as Ne120.
 Funnels.
Gadolinium
has two types of funnels, each of which contains four segments. Figs. 101,
102.
 In
three of the funnels we find that segments A, Sb128, and B, Sb113, are
identical with those of Antimony. Segment C contains one Ca45 and two N24
spheres making up 93 Anu, Gd93. In this first set of funnels there are
2A + B + C segments.
 In
the other set of three funnels we find one A segment, 213, and a D segment
 containing
Ca45, 2N24 and an additional group Mo11, making up Gd104. Thus these
 tunnels
are made up of A + 2B + D.
 Gadolinium = Ne120 + 3 [2Sb128 + Sb113 + Gd93] + 3[Sb128 + 2Sb113 + Gd104]
 Central globe = 120 Anu
 Three funnels (2A + B + C) = 1386
 Three funnels (A + 2B + D) = 1374
 Total = 2880 Anu
 Number weight 2880 / 18 = 160.00tk
FIG. 103. GADOLINIUM CENTRE, Ne120
 ATOMIC No. 66
 DYSPROSIUM
 This element much resembles Gadolinium.
 Central
globe. The central globe is formed of the five interpenetrating tetrahedrons
as in Gadolinium, Ne120. Fig. 104.
 Funnels.
The
six funnels each contain four segments and these are of three types. Segment
A is Sb128, Segment B is Sb113, Segment C is Gd93 with the addition of
two Mo11 groups, making Ds115. Figs. 105, 106.
 Three
funnels are composed of 2A + B + C and the other three of A + 2B + C.
 Dysprosium = Ne120 + 3[2Sb128 + Sb113 + Ds115] + 3[Sb128 + 2Sb113 + Ds115]
 Central globe = 120 Anu
 3 funnels each 2A + B + C = 1452
 3 funnels each A + 2B + C = 1407
 Total = 2979 Anu
 Number weight 2979 / 18 = 165.50tk
FIG. 104. DYSPROSIUM CENTRE. Ne120
FIG. 105. DYSPROSIUM, Funnel A
FIG. 106. DYSPROSIUM, Funnel B
FIG. 107. Thalluum, Funnel A
FIG. 108. Thalluum, Funnel B
 ATOMIC No. 81
 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 Sb128, segment B is Sb113, and
Segment C contains Ca45, plus a sphere containing four Mo11, Ti.44, and
then two N24, making Ti.137. Figs. 107, 108.
Three funnels consist of 2A + B + C and three of A + 2B + C.
 Thallium = Tl.687 + 3 [2Sb128 + Sb113 + Ti.137] + 3 [Sb128 + 2Sb113 + Ti.137]
 Central globe = 687 Anu
 3 funnels of 2A + B + C = 1518 Anu
 3 funnels of A + 2B + C = 1473 Anu
 Total = 3678 Anu
 Number weight 3678 / 18 = 204.33tk
 ATOMIC No. 83
 BISMUTH
 Central globe. The central globe is similar to that
of Thallium, Tl.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 Sb128,
 Segment B is Sb113.
 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 [2Sb128 + Sb113 + (Ca45 + Mo46 + 2N24)]
+ 3 [Sb128 + 2Sb113 + {Ti88 + (Ga20 + 4Zr13)}]
 Central globe = 687 Anu
 3 funnels 2A + B + C = 1524
 3 funnels A + 2B + D = 1542
 Total = 3753 Anu
 Number weight 3753 / 18 = 208.50tk
FIG. 109. THALLIUM AND BISMUTH CENTRE, Tl.687
FIG. 110. Bismuth, Funnel A
FIG. 111. Bismuth, Funnel B
FIG. 112. DISINTEGRATION OF ALUMINIUMD and PHOSPHORUS
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.
 DISINTEGRATION OF PHOSPHORUS
 On the E4 level segment A sets free three P9 groups, three sestets, 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 squarebased 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.
FIG. 113. Disintegration of Gallium and Arsenic
Fig. 116 shows the Cube Group B in a condensed form, from which the relationships
in the group can be studied.
FIG. 116. Cube Group B
[ERRATA Fig. 116. The Indium funnel B should contain two In 14
and one In 16.]
FIG. 117. TYPES OF OCTAHEDRA
FIG. 118. TWO FUNNELS OF CARBON WITH LINKING ANU.
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