The Cohesive Energies
The third member of each tetrad is composed of the cohesive or binding energies. These energies are the energies which cause separated bodies to come together as one. The cohesive energies cause individual things and entities to be connected.
On the lowest level, E10, cohesive energy manifests as the nuclear and binding energies responsible for the aggregation of fundamental particles into protons, neutrons, electrons, atoms and molecules. These are the energies of attraction which work upon the scale of the very small, i.e., the weak and strong forces of the nucleus and the forces for chemical bonding, i.e., Van der Waals forces, ionic, hydrogen and covalent bonding. In contrast to the large-scale field energies, these energies can be called the microcosmic or near-scale field or exchange energies.
The cohesive energy is responsible for the scaled distribution of all known (and yet to be known) chemical elements into what has been called the periodic table of the elements. It is interesting that the mystery schools continually claimed the the actual number of possible elements is 144, displayed into nine octaves of variable length. Modern science has observed approximately 109 to date.
Enclosed as Figures 19 and 20 are two versions of the modern periodic table of the elements. It is readily apparent upon inspection of these tables that they are based upon a 9 x 9 matrix of elements composed so to arrange elements of similar outer electron-shell valence together as an increasing function of atomic number (number of protons in the nucleus). The elements contained within each vertical column have similar chemical properties due, e.g., boron, aluminum, gallium, indium, thallium and so on. Notice that figure 20 groups the transition metals as dual subsets of any one group, e.g.. group IIIA contains scandium, yttrium, the lanthanide and actinide series and so on; while group IIIB contains a subset of elements (boron, aluminum, gallium, thallium and so on) with slightly different chemical properties (though less than a whole group).
Shown in both figures are the expected positions of all 144 elements predicted by the Institute based upon readings in the ancient sciences. It is interesting that the only way to place these elements so to form nine octaves of nine complete degrees is as demonstrated. The number of electrons in each thermodynamically-stable orbital of the known and predicted elements fits the expected pattern of filling orbitals so to minimize the free energy as shown in figure 21. Certain potential orbitals are not filled in neutral atoms (5g, 6f, 6g, 7f, 8d) since overlap orbitals can accommodate electrons with greater stability. You may want to check these results to make them your own.
While this presentation does not provide any reasonable explanation of why there are 144 elements, it does allow classification and prediction of the properties of future elements. For example, one would expect no additional elemental series formed of 6f-shell electrons similar to the lanthanide and actinide series. Additionally, one expects a total of nine inert gases, each one mono-atomic and displaying specific dispersion forces.
Traditional Periodic Table of Chemistry
Metaphysical Table of the Elements
Orbital Filling for All Elements Predicted by the Ancients
In order to gain a possible understanding for the structure of the complete periodic table and why less than 144 elements are observed in nature requires a discussion of nuclear and electronic binding forces.
The physical force binding the extranuclear electrons to a particular nucleus of protons and neutrons is electromagnetic. This force exhibits a dual polarity of a physically observable quantity called electric charge. Just what electric charge is, no one seems to know. It is likely that charge, like mass, is a property which occurs when symmetry is broken. This property of nature seems to be associated with all matter having a non-zero rest mass, not because mass-like, neutrally-charged particles exist lacking the property of electric charge, but because these particles contain balanced quantities of oppositely polarized charge as suggested by electron-scattering studies of the neutron. This concept is in congruence with the ancient teachings that the fundamental building blocks of nature are polarized quanta, where charge is determined by whether a vibration is odd or even as defined by the residuals theorem for base 10.
The gauge boson responsible for the attraction or repulsion of two electrically-charged particles is the change-less and massless (zero rest mass) quantum called the photon. This particle, like all entities, is always in motion and has an associated wavelength and frequency.
The dual nature of the electromagnetic force has been reasonably well-understood since Maxwell first developed his equations showing the wave-like properties of light and Einstein and Compton demonstrated the particle properties in the 1900s. The nature of the nuclear forces has become clear through the work of the quantum physicists.