CREATION and EVOLUTION
In Creator’s Image (
CEDOMIL VUGRINCIC, M.D., Ph.D.
It was noted in 1985 that Hydrogen, the lightest known chemical atom (atomic wt.=1), was not
a undivisible unit itself but that is composed of eighteen (18) smaller units. Hydrogen sub-units
were named “Physical UltiMate
The Theosophical investigators knew no way of measuring the
found that they existed in two varieties, positive and negative, where, in their formation, the spirals
wound themselves in the ClockWise or opposite Counter-ClockWise directions.
Thus, each observed negative or CCW (Omega)
enantiomorph) of the positive or CW (Alpha)
at that time as to the nature of their positive and negative rotational or spin characteristics.
Two ultimate types of the physical energy units (PUMAs) were described by the clairvoyant Theosophists, and they
have named them as Male and Female. They have further concluded that all physical chemical elements in nature
were constituted of these two types of
Picture 1. Male (Positive; Clockwise) and Female (Negative, Counter-clockwise) PUMAs
As previously stated all Male and Female Physical UltiMate Atoms (PUMAs) manifested
energy patterns in the organic and in-organic planetary matter are always thriving to maintain
their organizational overall +/- polarity energy stability within the organized energy unit and,
for instance, in case of Hydrogen (H) it was observed at gaseous level that positive and negative PUMAs/ANUs
arrange themselves within six H-subatomic bodies each containing three PUMAs/ANUs with overall maintained
neutral H atomic charge. (Picture 2)
Picture 2. Hydrogen chemical atom with 18 PUMAs/ANUs
THEOSOPHICAL PERIODIC SYSTEM OF CHEMICAL ELEMENTS
Physical atoms, as the end product of the various physical
generally classified into the periodic system of chemical elements according to their atomic
weights. Physical chemical elements as such are the principal factors in the formation of the
inorganic and organic matter, and are the prerequisite forms of matter necessary for the
formation of the mechanical (non-teachable) mind, pre-life mind, and the teachable
(non-mechanical) mind in the evolution of the planetary life.
In the below table the Theosophical authors have listed the chemical elements examined;
- The First column gives the names, the asterisk affixed to some indicating that they have not
yet been discovered by orthodox chemistry.
- The Second column gives the number of ultimate physical atoms (PUMAs) contained in one
chemical atom of the element concerned.
- The Third column gives the weight as compared with hydrogen, taken as 18, and this is
obtained by dividing the calculated number of ultimate atoms (PUMAs) by 18.
- The Fourth column gives the recognized “weight-number”, mostly according to the latest list
of atomic weights, the “International List” of 1905, given in Erdmann’s “Lehrbuch der
Unorganischen Chemie”. These weights differ from those hitherto accepted, and are generally
lighter than those given in earlier text-books.
It is interesting to note that authors accounting endorses the earlier numbers, for the most part,
and time will prove if the later observations will endorse the last results of orthodox chemistry,
or confirm those of the theosophical authors. (Picture 3)
Picture 3. Theosophical list of examined physical chemical elements
“FIVE PLATONIC SOLIDS”
(PLATO- Greek Philosopher 427?-347 B.C., maxim of the Platonic School is: “GOD geometrizes”)
The basis of “Occult Chemistry” platform is that the five basic Platonic geometrical structures
are the root sources of all chemical elements, substances and all organisms known on this planet
built of those substances.
Five Platonic solids geometry involved in building up of periodic system of chemical elements
are: TetraHedron, Cube, OctaHedron, DodecaHedron and IcosaHedron.
1. TETRAHEDRON is the fundamental geometrical form, the three-sided pyramid on a
triangular base, the solid figure formed from four equal triangles, i.e. four surfaces.
2. Two interlaced tetrahedrons generate the CUBE with six (6) surfaces,
3. and four the OCTAHEDRON with eight (8) surfaces.
4. Five interlaced tetrahedrons generate DODECAHEDRON with twelve (12) surfaces
such as in Benzene (1922). /The rhombic dodecahedron is not regular, for though its lines and
surfaces are equal, the angles are not/,
5. and six (6, tetrahedron + dodecahedron) generate ICOSAHEDRON /twenty (20) surfaces/.
In each Platonic solid geometry lines, angles and surfaces are equal.
Geometrical lines and angles represent the intent of energy force direction, and the surfaces- the unit
vibrational or rotational frequency “Walling Off” from its qualified or non-qualified surrounding space
potential ( i.e. its “environment or nature”). (Picture 4 and 5)
Picture 4. 3D shapes of five Platonic Solids
Picture 5 . Lines, angles and surfaces of five Platonic Solids
Various atoms grouped according to their five Platonic Solids geometry is presented below in the Periodic System
of Chemical Elements (Picture 6).
Picture 6. Periodic System of Chemical Elements grouped according to their Platonic
Physical elements, as the end product of the various
the occult periodic system of chemical
elements according to their “
The “Occult Chemistry” periodic system is also based on the five Platonic geometrical structures being the
root geometric structures of all chemical elements, substances and all organisms built of those chemical
matter, and are the prerequisite forms of matter necessary for the formation of all mechanical (non-teachable)
mind, pre-life mind, and all teachable (non-mechanical) mind in the evolution of the planetary life.
1. Occult chemistry, A. Besant and C. W. Leadbeater, The Theosophical Publishing House