RELATIVE PITCH ARRANGED ON A HELICAL STRUCTURE.

The numbers corresponding to the relative pitch of a tone, were measured along a helix, and lines were drawn connecting each multiple to its corresponding number. The general structure of the whole is not much changed when dealing with a helix rather than a straight line. The pattern appears characteristically the same. The dead ends of a multiple of 2 x 3 always linked to 5 and to 25 is apparent. We might have found a pathway to dealing with how patterns are formed, by dealing with sequence, not merely the result , an important difference not yet fully explored.
The third vibration would be at the orbit of Saturn, 1/4 of the distance one way, or 3/4 of the distance the other way.
The fourth vibration would be at Jupiter 7/8 or 1/ 8.
The fifth vibration would be at Earth at 15/16 or 1/16.
The sixth vibration would be at Mercury at 27/32.
Musically, this would read:

C', C", F', *, Eb+', F+ at 1/1, 1/2, 3/4, 7/8, 15/16 and 27/32.

*7/8 is an unpleasant flattened E... as is 27/32.
15/16 is an unpleasant flattened D.


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