THE PUZZLE OF 125

Certain identifying patterns emerge when each tone is marked along an axis according to its multiple (5, 3 or 2). When the axes become curved with the same spin, clothing them with a webbed structure makes the patterns even more evident. In this case four arms are cube roots, and occur at different spacings within the group of circles.
A UNIT OF MEASUREMENT WAS A DIVISION OF ONE OF THE ARMS INTO TEN EQUAL UNITS.
125, A KEY POINT WHERE AN OCTAVE OF TONES RADIATES FROM ITS CENTER, IS FOUND AT THE RIM OF THE ORIGINAL CIRCLE.


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