A SYNTHESIS OF SERIES INTHE FIRST OCTAVE COMBINING THE GRID AND WAVE
The notes of the first octave up to 15/16 fall in familiar
patterns. The orbits were formed by using two center points, one at C, one at E.
The one at E was formed to conform to the curve already established by the wave
form (dividing by halves).
At G and a missing note (6/7 doesn't exist in a
musical proportion) a circle is evident. Since G stands for earth in our system,
within its orbit are found Mercury, Jupiter, Mars and the asteroid zone.
Arrows pointing outwards represent an expanding force, while arrows pointing
inward signify contracting forces. The number on the circular forms indicate an
attempt to work out a number system on a curve....
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