Plate 40, Fig. 76 is the result obtained for Gold chloride and Copper sulphate on Whit Sunday. Again we must describe this experiment as “unique” in its form and colours. There was no dark purple; instead a beautiful bluish green and light purple were the main colours. These shades were not present before Easter Sunday, not on Easter Sunday, and not afterwards. They appeared on this one day only. Does not the form in the middle remind us of the one obtained on Easter Sunday? Only there it was split into two, at Whit Sunday it is only one. It is a continuation of the metamorphosis we outlined for the seven experiments on Easter Sunday.