group comprises those elements sometimes known as the Interperiodics. They
occur in the pendulum diagram on the central line, alternately with the
inert gases of the Star Group. They are all metals and have a maximum valence
examined these elements were seen to have a striking configuration. Their
general appearance is shown in Fig. 140. They consist of seven equal rods
piercing a cube, three through the six middle points of its surfaces and
four through its corners. There are therefore seven crossed bars whose
directions in space are fixed by the cube. They may also be considered
as consisting of fourteen half bars, all the half bars being identical.
It should be clearly noted that there is no cube, nor outline of a cube
to be seen in the element itself. The half-bars interlock in the centre
of a sphere. The cube has been drawn simply to indicate the directions
in space of the half-bars.
elements in this group occur as closely associated sets of three. Three
of these groups of three are known to science and a fourth group has been
observed by clairvoyance and is here described. Within a group of three
the difference between one member and its successor is 28 Anu, that is
to say two extra Anu in each half-bar.
14 (2Fe14 + Fe16 + Fe28)
14 (2Fe14 + Fe16 + 2Co11 + Co8)
14 (2Fe14 + Fe16 + 2Co11 + Ni.10)
14 (2Fe16 + 2Fe14 + 2Ru17 + 2Ru19)
14 (2Fe16 + 2Fe14 + 2Rh20 + 2Rh17)
14 (2Rh17 + 2Pd15 + 2Pd17 + 2Pd19)
14 (3X30 + 3X28 + X15)
14 (3X30 + 2Y29 + X28 + X15)
14 (3X30 + 3Z31 + Cu10)
14 (4X30 + 3Z31 + Os32)
14 (4X30 + 2Ir26 + 2Ir27 + Ag21)
14 (4X30 + 2Ir26 + 2X28 + Ag21)
14 (4X30 + 2Ir27 + 2X28 + Ag21)
FIG. 141. IRON, COBALT. NICKEL
ATOMIC Nos. 26, 27, 28
IRON, COBALT, NICKEL
to their similarity and mutual relationships it will be simplest to consider
the groups of three elements together. Fig. 141.
will be noticed that each bar has two sections, and that the three lower
sections in Iron, Cobalt and Nickel are identical (2Fe14 + Fe16). In the
upper sections Iron has a cone of twenty-eight Anu, Fe28, while Cobalt
and Nickel have each three ovoids, and of these the middle ones alone differ,
and that only in their upper globes, this globe having four Anu in Cobalt
and six in Nickel.
explained previously, the groups of Anu are in three dimensional space.
The ovoids within each bar revolve round the central axis of the bar, remaining
parallel with it, while each spins on its own axis; the Iron cone spins
round as though impaled on the axis.
Iron = 14(2Fe14 + Fe16 + Fe28)
14 bars of 72 Anu = 1008 Anu
Total = 1008 Anu
Number weight 1008 / 18 = 56.00tk
Cobalt = 14(2Fe14 + Fe16 + 2Co11 + Co8)
14 bars of 74 Anu = 1036 Anu
Total = 1036 Anu
Number weight 1036 / 18 = 57.555tk
Nickel = 14(2Fe14 + Fe16 + 2Co11 + Ni.10)
14 bars of 76 Anu = 1064 Anu
Total = 1064 Anu
Number weight 1064 / 18 = 59.11tk
FIG. 142. RUTHENIUM, RHODIUM, PALLADIUM
ATOMIC Nos. 44, 45, 46
RUTHENIUM. RHODIUM AND PALLADIUM
next sub-group, Ruthenium, Rhodium and Palladium, is formed on the same
pattern. Fig. 142. It will be observed that each bar contains eight ovoids,
instead of the six of Cobalt and Nickel. Ruthenium and Palladium have the
same number of Anu in their upper ovoids, although in Ruthenium a triplet
and quartet replace the septet of Palladium. In Ruthenium and Rhodium the
lower ovoids are identical, though Ruthenium has the order: sixteen, fourteen,
sixteen, fourteen; and Rhodium: fourteen, sixteen,
sixteen. One constantly asks oneself: What is the significance of these
Ruthenium = 14 (2Fe16 + 2Fe14 + 2Ru17 + 2Ru19)
14 bars of 132 Anu = 1848 Anu
Total = 1848 Anu
Number weight 1848 / 18 = 102.666tk
Rhodium = 14 (2Fe16 + 2Fe14 + 2Rh20 + 2Rh17)
14 bars of 134 Anu = 1876 Anu
Total = 1876 Anu
Number weight 1876 / 18 = 104.22tk
Palladium = 14 (2Rh17 + 2Pd15 + 2Pd17 + 2Pd19)
14 bars of 136 Anu = 1904 Anu
Total = 1904 Anu
Number weight 1904 / 18 = 105.777tk
FIG. 143. X, Y, Z AND ISOTOPE OF Z
ATOMIC No. -
ELEMENTS X, Y, Z
Group fills in the gap in the periodic table. In each of the fourteen bars
there are two sections, each containing three ovoids, and a cone - Fig. 143.
lower sections in each of these elements are similar, each consisting of
three ovoids of thirty Anu, X30.
contains three groups X28 in its upper section and then a cone of fifteen
is similar, save that it contains only one X28 but adds two groups of twenty-nine
contains three groups of thirty Anu in its upper section. An isotope of
Z was observed, differing only by one Anu in each bar. The cone in Z has
X = 14(3X30 + 3X28 + X15)
14 bars of 189 Anu = 2646 Anu
Total = 2646 Anu
Number weight 2646 / 18 = 147.00tk
Y = 14(3X30 + 2Y29 + X28 + X15)
14 bars of 191 Anu = 2674 Anu
Total = 2674 Anu
Number weight 2674 / 18 = 148.555tk
Z = 14(3X30 + 3Z31 + Cu10)
14 bars of 193 Anu = 2702 Anu
Total = 2702 Anu
Number weight 2702 / 18 = 150.11tk
Z isotope = 14(3X30 + 2Y29 + Z31 + X15)
14 bars of 194 Anu = 2716 Anu
Total = 2716 Anu
Number weight 2716 / 18 = 150.888tk
FIG. 144. OSMIUM, IRIDIUM, PLATINUM A, PLATINUM B
ATOMIC Nos. 76, 77, 78
OSMIUM, IRIDIUM, PLATINUM
fourth group, Osmium, Iridium and Platinum is, of course, more complicated
in its composition, but its builders succeed in preserving the bar form,
gaining the necessary increase by additional contained spheres within the
ovoids. Osmium has one peculiarity: the ovoid Os32 takes the place of the
axis, in the upper half of the bar, and the three ovoids, Z31, revolve
round it. In the lower half, the four ovoids. X30, revolve round the central
axis. Fig. 144.
Each section contains four ovoids very similar to those already met with
in X, Y and Z the lower four being identical with X30.
Osmium = 14 (4X30 + 3Z31 + Os32)
14 bars of 245 Anu = 3430 Anu
Total = 3430 Anu
Number weight 3430 / 18 = 190.555tk
It will be noticed that the lower sections of the bars are identical in
all the members of this sub-group, each of the four ovoids containing thirty
Anu, X30. The upper ring of ovoids in Iridium and Platinum A are also identical
but for the substitution, in Platinum A, of a quartet for a triplet in
the second and third ovoids; their cones are identical, containing twenty-one
Anu, like those of Silver and Tin.
Iridium = 14 (4X30 + 2Ir26 + 2Ir27 + Ag21)
14 bars of 247 Anu = 3458 Anu
Total = 3458 Anu
Number weight 3458 / 18 = 192.11tk
In Platinum, we have observed two forms. Platinum A and Platinum B, the
latter having two spheres of four Anu in the place of the two triplets.
It may well be that what we have called Platinum B is not a variety of
Platinum, but a new element, the addition of two Anu in a bar being exactly
that which separates the other elements within each of the sub-groups.
Platinum A = 14 (4X30 + 2Ir26 + 2X28 + Ag21)
14 bars of 249 Anu = 3486 Anu
Total = 3486 Anu
Number weight 3486 / 18 = 193.666tk
Platinum B = 14 (4X30 + 2Ir27 + 2X28 + Ag21)
14 bars of 251 Anu = 3514 Anu
Total = 3514 Anu
Number weight 3514 / 18 = 195.22tk
FIG. 145. THE BARS GROUP
DISINTEGRATION OF THE BARS GROUP
DISINTEGRATION OF IRON. COBALT, NICKEL
The 14 bars of iron break asunder on the E4 level and each sets free its
contents, a cone and three ovoids. Fig. 145.
cone of twenty-eight Anu becomes a four-sided figure with seven Anu in
each face. On the E3 level this cone gives four septets and these are reduced
to triplets and units on the E2 level.
ovoids Fe 14 and Fe16 show crystalline contents on the E4 level and become
spherical in shape. On the E3 level these three spheres give four sestets
and two quartets of one type and three of another. They reduce to duads
of various types on the E2 level.
The three lower ovoids in Cobalt are identical with those in Iron. The
cone is replaced by three upper ovoids, two being Co.11 and one Co8. These
all become spheres on the E4 level. On the E3 level the three lower ovoids
behave as in Iron, while the Co.11 gives a sextet and a quintet and the
Co8 two quartets. On the E3 level triplets and duads are formed as shown
in Fig. 145.
The three lower ovoids are identical with those of Iron and Cobalt and disintegrate
in the same way.
the three upper ovoids, two are Co.11. The third, Ni.10, contain a sextet
and a quartet and forms a sphere on the E4 level. On the E3 level these
give a sextet and a quartet and on the E2 level triplets and duads.
All these can be followed in Fig. 145.
Fig. 146 shows the Bars Group in a condensed form, from which the relationships
can be studied.