MULTIPLES OF TWO, THREE, FIVE, SIXTEEN, EIGHTEEN FORM SOLID
CUBES.
Each cube represents a cluster of notes with cube roots in
either the numerator or the denominator.
The motion of three of the arms is considered to be clockwise, and three of
the arms counterclockwise. Since the spaces between these arms made out of
perfectly intersecting circles is devoid of any of the ratios used in music, we
can assume that the visible world occurs only at the cube roots of multiples of
2, 3, 5, 16 & 18. Since there is a large area representing 120 degrees,
we can also assume that there is a missing vibration, or two sections of void.
Each arm falls within a sixty degree section. The starfish form, the hand
and the man, all indicate the 60 and 120 degree spacing. The invisible,
immaterial world is the one fixed by immutable laws which the relative pitches
of music reveal... 
