Colloidal Thulium


The name Thulium comes from Thule, the ancient name for area currently known as Scandinavia. The Thule Society (German: Thule-Gesellschaft), was a German occultist and Völkisch group in Munich, notable chiefly as the organization that sponsored the Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, which was later transformed by Adolf Hitler into the Nazi Party. Hitler, however, was never a member of the Thule Society.

A primary focus of Thule-Gesellschaft was a claim concerning the origins of the Aryan race. The Thulists believed in the hollow earth theory. The Thule Society counted among its goals the desire to prove that the Aryan race came from a lost continent, perhaps Atlantis.

A race of giant supermen lived in Thule, linked into the Cosmos through magical powers. They had psychic and technological energies far exceeding the technical achievements of the 20th century. This knowledge was to be put to use to save the Fatherland and create a new race of Nordic Aryan Atlanteans. A new Messiah would come forward to lead the people to this goal.

Anthroposophical themes were common too, as the motto Der Weg ist in Dir - 'The Way is present in You', expresses. Self-realization and the supreme position of the human person were essential to the Thulists.


Thulium is a chemical element with symbol Tm and atomic number 69. It is the thirteenth and antepenultimate element in the lanthanide series. Like the other lanthanides, the most common oxidation state is +3, seen in its oxide, halides and other compounds. In aqueous solution, like compounds of other late lanthanides, soluble thulium compounds form complexes with nine water molecules.

In 1879, Swedish chemist Per Theodor Cleve separated in the rare earth erbia another two previously unknown components, which he called holmia and thulia: these were the oxides of holmium and thulium respectively. A relatively pure sample of thulium metal was only obtained in 1911.

Thulium is the second least abundant of the lanthanides after promethium, which is only found in trace quantities on Earth. It is an easily workable metal with a bright silvery-gray luster. It is fairly soft and slowly tarnishes in air. Despite its high price and rarity, thulium is used as the radiation source in portable X-ray devices and in solid-state lasers

According to Dr. Joel Wallach "Rare Earths: Forbidden Cures, " Thulium supplementation enhances the growth of normal cells and has doubled the life spans of laboratory species.


Thulium (15th). Sentimental about one’s past; clinging to memories of a time when circumstances might have allowed for one’s greater influence. In Thulium the theme of autonomy is an extreme clash. On the one hand they'll fight for their autonomy with all means at their disposal. On the other hand they can give up their freedom for a higher purpose. It's as if they give themselves away. They resign themselves.

Exploring Stage15: Yielding and Loss

Stage 15 is well on the way down-hill. The remedies in Col 15 fight back against the odds fiercely when put under pressure but there comes a point at which they give way and become very dark and very ill.

 According 'Homeopathy and the Elements', P.58 the elements in this column have a profound sense of loss.

This sense of loss is associated with the Tubercular Miasm, where there is a rush to savour lifes wonder, right down to the last drop. The lighter elments in this column, Nitrogen and Phosphorous types, when healthy, seem to mirror this stage, where there is a rush to travel and savour society (Phos), enjoyment and freedom (Nit).

But make no mistake, there is a dark side to the phosphorous extravert. The tubercualar miasm  is a precarious and dangerous place to be because, in the not too distant  past, the diagnois of T.B. implied the most awful and uncurable degeneration of the lungs imanginable.  You were just left to get on with it. So, this miasm has another side to it, a narrowing down of lifes enjoyments, leaving only the threat of darkness, despair, utter lonliness and ultimately defeat.  

One moment the Tubercular person is elated and happy to be alive, the next they feel very poorly, and frightend of feeling so close to death.  This can actually be the case in the lung complaints that call for Phos, Ars and Ant-c.  There is an air of death in all these.  

Once the pathology takes hold the battle is lost.  The patient yields.

Definition: yielding (adj) 

a verbal act of admitting defeat
(adj.) tending to give in or surrender or agree -> docile -> gentle;
(adj.) lacking stiffness and giving way to pressure ->soft;
(adj.) inclined to yield to argument or influence or control;
Similar to: compromising -> flexible, conciliatory -> appeasing.

Repertory Similars: Retaliate, cannot. No, cannot say. Mildness, etc.

A closer look at Yielding through Stage 15

They are very susciptible to bad news.   The delusion of being in a law suit shows the sense of threat and their agressive response.   They lack the power to fight of this level of threat alone.  When things go wrong there is a fatalistic atittude in nit-ac. the yielding attitude shows through in the rubric, 'DELUSIONS - will power; as if loss of'. 

Like Phos they can be agitated, ill humoured, hypochondriachal and afriad of death.  

Phos shares some of the agitation of Nit-ac.  Phos can become very agitated about work.  If they are too poorly to work it can really feel as if everything is shutting down; its not just loss of income, its also the loss of the social context in which they thrive that means so much to them. They become very worried and anxious, even driven to suicidal thoughts.

Ars has Alcoholism from weakness of character. Yielding is still a theme in Ars.(>Mildness) but she has lost so much that she has gone into a despair beyond merely yielding.

Likewise, a  yielding state in Antimony is expressed by a combination of rubrics such as "cannot bear to be looked at" (>Cowarice), 'carried, desires, to be' and the depth of fear is described by the rubric: fear - recover, he will not.  Loss is evident in the sense of nostalgia.

Bismuth kills herself - the suffering is almost unimaginable - constriction of chest, angina, palpiation and so on - desparately clinging to anything or anyone.   The Bismuth state is reminiscent of the ultimate yielding of Hara-kiri, where all the power and respect is lost.

And Thulium?

Jan says Thulium gives up autonomy for the sake of gaining Self. What could this mean? Well, he adds that giving up their personality is their Achilles heel. Its much more than backing down out of politeness like Phos. Is it yielding the ultimate... submission? What kind of submission?
Is submission the strategy that runs through Stage 15?

Jan gives: Loss, Surrender, Handing over, sacrificing and refusing.

Colloidal Thulium

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