elements occur at the extreme left-hand swing of the pendulum. Their characteristic
valence is four. They all have eight funnels opening on the faces of an
octahedron and two of them add spikes pointing to the six corners.
8 (B5 + 4Si15)
Be4 + 2Ad24
8 (4Ge39 + 2Mo46 + I.7)
4 (Ca160 + Mo46 + 4Sn35 + Pb31)
4 (Ca160 + 4Ge39 + Mo46 + Pb21)
FIG. 131. Silicon and Germanium
ATOMIC No. 14
This element is at the head of the group and corresponds to Carbon on the opposite extremity
of the swing of the pendulum. It has eight funnels containing a group of
five Anu, B5, and four ovoids in a circle, Si15, but no central sphere
of any kind. All the funnels are alike and open on the faces of an octahedron.
Silicon = 8 (B5 + 4Si15)
8 funnels of 65 Anu = 520 Anu
Total = 520 Anu
Number weight 520 / 18 = 28.888tk
ATOMIC No. 32
Central globe In this case the funnels radiate from a central globe formed
of two intersecting tetrahedrons, 2Ad24. These tetrahedrons enclose a tiny
globe of four Anu. Fig. 131.
are eight similar funnels each consisting of four segments. The segments
are similar and contain three ovoids Ge.11 and an Ad6. Thus the segments
each contain 39 Anu. This group, Ge39, occurs frequently.
Germanium = (Be4 + 2Ad24) + 8(4Ge39)
Central globe = 52 Anu
8 funnels each 156 Anu = 1248
Total = 1300 Anu
Number weight 1300 / 18 = 72.22tk
FIG. 132. TIN
ATOMIC No. 50
globe. The central globe consists of the five interpenetrating tetrahedrons.
Ne120. Tin omits the eight Anu at the centre found in Titanium. Fig. 132.
funnels of Tin are similar to those of Germanium and contain four segments
of Ge39, making a total of 156 Anu.
make room for the necessary increase in the number of Anu, Tin adopts the
system of spikes met with in Zinc and other elements. These spikes radiate
from the central globe but are only six in number. They point to the corners
of the octahedron. In each spike there are three pillars and a cone. The
pillars, Sn35, are new in detail though not in principle. They consist
of small globes containing 3, 5, 6, 7, 6, 5, 3. Anu respectively. The cone
at the top of the spike has 21 Anu and is identical with the cone in Silver,
Ag21. The total number of Anu in the spike is 126.
Tin = Ne120 + 8 (4Ge39) + 6Sn126
Central globe = 120 Anu
8 funnels each 156 Anu = 1248
6 spikes each 126 Anu = 756
Total = 2124 Anu
Number weight 2124 / 18 = 118.00tk
ATOMIC No. 65
element resembles Tin and Lead. It was found in solder. Central globe.
This is similar to that of Tin, being composed of Ne120. Fig. 133.
eight similar funnels each contain four Ge39, two Mo46 and one I.7, making
a total of 255 Anu. Fig. 134. Spikes. There are six spikes similar to those
of Tin, each composed of Sn126. Fig. 134.
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 Tl.687. Fig. 135.
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.
A contains Ca160, one Mo46, four pillars from the Tin spike, Sn35, and
finally, at the mouth of the funnel, there is a sphere P631. The total
makes up 377 Anu.
B contains Ca160 and Mo46. It adds 4 Ge39 groups and an ovoid Pb21 at the
mouth of the funnel The total makes up 383 Anu.
the E4 level the four ovoids Si15 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.
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.
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
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, Ge.11, are left in the ovoids.
On the E3 level the Ad6 form sextets while the Ge.11 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.
FIG. 138. DISINTEGRATION OF TIN
DISINTEGRATION OF TIN
funnels are exactly like those of Germanium and disintegrate as shown under
Germanium. Fig. 137.
globe. The central globe, Ne120, 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 sestets, and these sextets each give two triplets
on the E2 level. Fig. 138.
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.
cone in the spike, Ag21, is also set free on the E4 level. 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.