Occult Chemistry eBook

Charles Webster Leadbeater
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 93 pages of information about Occult Chemistry.

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SILVER (Plate VI, 4 and Ag below).

Silver presents us with only two new bodies, and even these are only new by slight additions to old models.  The triangular shaped body at the apex of the funnel, containing 21 atoms, is intermediate between the similar bodies in copper and iron.  As a proto-element it becomes three triangles, joined at their apices, in fact a tetrahedron in which no atoms are distributed on the fourth face.  The faces separate on the meta level and give three seven-atomed figures, and each of these breaks up into two triplets and a unit.  The central globe only differs from that of bromine by the addition of one atom, which gives the familiar four-sided pyramid with a square base as in chlorine (see p. 46).

GOLD (Plate VII and Au below).


The disintegration of gold first yields forty-seven bodies on the proto-level; the twenty-four funnels separate, and the central globes which hold each twelve together set free their six contained globes (c, d), thirty bodies being thus liberated.  The sixteen bodies on the central inclined planes, marked b, break away, their central globe, with its four contained globes, remaining unchanged.  But this condition does not last.  The motion of the funnels changes and thus the funnels cease to exist and their contents are set free, each funnel thus liberating nine independent bodies; the sixteen b separate into two each; the four a liberate five each; the two c set free thirteen each; the four d finally liberate two each:  302 proto elements in all.

The funnel is almost that of iodine, re-arranged.  Four of the first ring in the iodine funnel are replaced by the triangular body, which becomes a four-sided pyramid with an occupied base.  The second ring of three ovoids in iodine becomes four in gold, but the internal arrangement of each ovoid is the same.  The next two spheres in the iodine funnel coalesce into one sphere, with similar contents, in the gold funnel.  The fifth in iodine is slightly rearranged to form the fourth in descent in gold, and the remaining two are the same. B has been broken up under occultum (p. 628) and can be followed there.  The sixteen rings set free from the four a, after gyrating round the central body, now become a sphere, break up, as in occultum (see p. 44) into a meta seven-atomed ring and an eight-atomed double cross, and so on to the hyper level.  The sphere with its two contained bodies breaks up into eight triangles on the meta level, and each of these, on the hyper, into a duad and a unit.  The twelve septets of c assume the form of prisms as in iodine (see p. 48) and pursue the same course, while its central body, a four-sided pyramid with its six attendants, divides on the meta level into six duads, revolving round a ring with a central atom as in chlorine

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