107, 2015

On the concert pitch A=432 and c=128

In the first part of this article the structure of modern and ancient musical scales was described in detail. Scales were compared, and we reported some aural or qualitative differences in the sound […]

3006, 2015

Sacred Solids in the Atomic Nucleus

“Our picture of the nucleus is so far different from the accepted picture (actually, there is no accepted picture) as to make any comparison impossible. The trained specialist recognizes immediately that if we […]

3006, 2015

Golden Ratio 101

1.- Introduction
Simply stated, the Golden Ratio establishes that the small is to the large as the large is to the whole. This is usually applied to proportions between segments. This ratio has been […]

406, 2015

A Discussion on Harmonics, Music, Pythagoras and the Universe

The following is text has been produced with permission of the participants from conversations that took place in the group Alexandria City in August 1996. The discussion group is based on the city […]

2105, 2015

Alternating between Complementary Conditions

for sustainable dialogue, vision, conference, policy,
network, community and lifestyle

Commentary B on an
exercise in metaphorical interpretation of the Chinese Book of Changes
Original version (on networking with references) published in Transnational Associations, 1983, 5, pp […]

2504, 2015

The Philosophers Stone and Squaring the Circle by Bert Janssen

For years I have on and off been interested in the so called Philosopher’s Stone. The Philosopher’s Stone is the central symbol of the mystical terminology of alchemy, symbolizing perfection at its finest, […]

2104, 2015

Epic Pythagoras by Mark Rossi

The first person in the western world accredited with the discovery of the harmonic series was a Greek mathematician from the 6th century B.C named Pythagoras, well known for the “Pythagorean Theorem”. Pythagoras […]

1704, 2015

Planetary Harmonics & Neurobiological Resonances

Converting Audio Tones to the Visible Spectrum of Light – Color

Before getting into Planetary Harmonics and Bio-harmonic resonances, let us first explore the octave of visible light, that which the human eye sees, […]

1604, 2015

Musical Ratios and Geometry Behind The Miraculous Catch of the 153 Fish in the Unbroken Net

Gematria explains the Geometry behind the literal Bible story of the Miraculous Catch of 153 Fishes in the Unbroken Net and the diagram was earlier associated with the symbolism of Apollo at Delphi.

Apollo […]

2203, 2015

Cymatics–the trigger for life?

Spiritual traditions from many cultures speak of sound as having been responsible for the creation of life. The words of St John’s gospel are a good example:

 

In the beginning the Word already existed. […]

103, 2015

Blood and Honey: Man and the 3 Forces of the Bee Hive

Excerpts from Rudolf Steiner’s 9 lectures on bees:

Man has a head, and this head works upon his great body which is actually a “bee-hive” and contains in its relationship between the albuminous cells […]

2702, 2015

MC Escher’s Art of Mathematical Adventure

Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) is one of the world’s most famous graphic artists. His art is enjoyed by millions of people all over the world, as can be seen on the many web […]

2002, 2015

Introducing the HyperCube – Tesseract

In geometry, the tesseract is the four-dimensional analog of the cube; the tesseract is to the cube as the cube is to the square. Just as the surface of the cube consists of […]

1302, 2015

Fireside Chat with Caleb Thomas and Joe Dubbs

Two brilliant researchers that have been working together for some time and only realized by accident that they lived right next door.

Caleb and Joe tackle the stars, geometry, physics, the religion of modern […]

2801, 2015

Geometry of the Matrix we live in by Caleb Thomas

The math and geometry of the Universe, Galaxy, Planets, Stars, The Great Pyrimid, And the Human Body. As Above So Below.

New Perspectives on the Great Pyramid

http://sonic.net/bernard/pyramid.html

Extracts:

The purity of the […]

2301, 2015

The Nature and Dynamics of Vibration, Oscillation and Toroids

“What would it mean to your research and inventions if you could switch polarities between poles and regulate their power levels?”

Pond Science Institute releases a video series overview of Dale Ponds latest book Keely’s […]

1501, 2015

Fibonacci Magik by Donald E. Simanek

Fossil molluscs. None of these are Golden spirals. © 2008 by John Holden

Fibonacci. There’s no known
authentic portrait of him.

Leonardo of Pisa (~1170-1250), also known as Fibonacci, wrote books of problems in mathematics, but […]

1201, 2015

THE IDEA OF COUNTERSPACE by Olive Whicher

The Significance of Counter-Euclidean Geometry For an Understanding of Living Nature

At a time in history when contemporary social and economic thinking has been dominated by the idea of an expanding economy, scientific thinking […]

1101, 2015

Introduction to Path Curve Geometry by Nick Thomas

George Adams suggested in 1950 that one variety of the path curves discovered by Felix Klein could apply to natural forms, particularly the spirals found on the egg-shaped surfaces of plant buds and […]

1101, 2015

Projective Geometry and Amnesia By George Adams

One of the minor pleasures of studying homeopathy is its sense of his­tory, which contrasts so sharply with the ahistoricity of mainstream medicine. Most doctors feel that there was no real medicine before […]

701, 2015

Ones and Zeros: The Digital Age and the Death of Analog

by Michael Theroux

INTRODUCTION

While the debate over whether analog or digital technology is superior has been mostly rooted in the domain of audio recording and playback (see “Meanings, Messages & Signals – Comprehending the […]

2012, 2014

Biogeometry, Psychotronics and Christmas Eve

As you may know this dates are very special energetically, and can be used to save a lot of energy and time from the psychotronics point of view, since this 12 holy nights […]

1712, 2014

Tri-Tone Duality of Music

As seen in the Basics of the Music System article, there is a primary relationship in music (and therefore all sonic phenomena) called the tri-tone, wherein two notes are opposite each other within […]

1612, 2014

Visual Bach

12-Tone and 7-Tone Scales

The 12-tone musical scale consists of — you guessed it — 12 tones, or notes, labeled alphabetically as:

This is called the “chromatic” scale — 12 equal-interval steps up the scale […]

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