THE BEGINNING OF THE PENTAGON
OR A SQUARING OF THE CIRCLE
This drawing indicates the possibility of a
side of a square equaling C, as 1, 2, & 2. In that case, the hypotenuse
would be w, the length of the side doubled, and would therefore represent F. If
the hypotenuse is divided equally into two sections, one section would equal G
or q the side, E would be the section, or fold, skipping a step, at 5. A or B
would be the final fold at 8. Note that the hypotenuse doubles as the side
triples. The configurations are portrayed of each tone in its relative pitch to
C. Multiples of 5 x 5 and 2 x 3 and 3 x 5 and 2 x 2 were then added to the
spiral arms. The ratio of 125/256 is shown as a horizontal bar which suggests an
increase of size of the original hexagon... or... a squaring of the circle... 
