INVISIBLE WORLD... MATERIAL WORLD

A circle was drawn and using the same radius was then made into six circles along the circumference of the original circle. The 60 degree angle is found to be one of the most useful in this study. Since 120 degrees has been the limit of arcs used, this angle was superimposed on an imaginary keyboard. Since on a keyboard five steps ascending is equivalent to four steps descending (GI to CI), we found that an octave and a half (G to D²) is comprised within this angle. Then by taking a circle of fifths from C to G to D (arrows), the field of A will correspond to the field of G# descending, etc. Descending fifths become C#, F#, B, E, A, D, G... Since we have assigned the 120 degree angle to the visible world, the rest of the circle is the invisible world...


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