PATTERNS OF MULTIPLES OF 2 3 5 7
2 equals (C F)
3 equals (G)
5 equals (A E B)
7 equals (D)
A numbered square is set up with 10 points vertical... 10 points
horizontal... It is numbered 1 through 100 going from right to left...
Whenever there is a multiple of 3 for example ... a line is drawn through 3, 12
and 21 forming a vertical line...
The other multiples form vertical lines
at different angles... The green line Fa is the only one which slants in the
opposite direction... (Fa or 4:3 is an inversion)... GALAXIES... Perhaps the
pattern of notes on either side of the diagonal have a relationship to the
pattern of galaxies... The movement of the notes could be inward to the zero
point or outward...
TRACE PATHS... The octave patterns and triads (thirds)
could move inward if the octave represents the microcosmos...
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