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Sonic Geometry by Liliana Usvat It has been said that if there is ever to be such a thing as a true universal language it will most l ikely be expressed in the realms of mathematics , geometry , energy patterns , and frequency . Could it be that this language , or at least the foundation of it , already exists here on earth? Though it defies all logical explanation, it appears that our ancient ancestors living in Sumeria 6,000 years ago were “gifted” by “skyvisitors” with certain information that could only be verified by presentday technology. All over the world and for thousands of years, humanity has revered certain number sequences: 108, 144, 360, 432, 1080, 2160. But why? In the sixth century BC on the Greek island of Samos t he famed mathematician Pythagoras led a school of thought that married philosophy , mathematics , music and of course geometry. A nd w hile Pythagoras did not discover advanced geometry he did apply it in new ways , espe cially to music . For instance , he noticed that when a taut string was plucked it would create a tone and when that string was divided in half it would make the same tone only twice as high in pitch. Pythagoras then came up with numerical ratios based on harmonic fifths and this led to the creation of the musical scale found at the root of most modern music . I t is important to note that according to Pythagoras all musical notes were found by using mathematics and as such were given number values according to their placement in a kind of master grid . For instance , by using fifths beginning from note number one he was eventually guided to note 27 . And to find the s ame note twice as high in pitch he simply kept doubling it to 54 , 108 , 216 , 432 and so on up the scale. Pythagoras was educated in Egypt so the information come from the Mistical School of Egyptian or Kemeth ( that is how they called themselves at that time) school. So what happens when you divide today’s music standard of A=440Hz by 12? Why 432 Hz? “If one should desire to know whether a kingdom is well governed, if its morals are good or bad, the quality of its music will furnish the answer.” – Confucius The Moon Did you know that the diameter of our Moon when measured in miles also happens to total you guessed it 2160 ? Lastly watch what happens when we apply simple division to this highly synchronous number 2160 divided by two is 1080, the angle some of the octagon . By three 720, the total of the hexagon . By four 540 , the pentagon . By five, are you ready , it's the key tone of 432 . And by six 360 , the number of both the square and circle . All F sh arps and C sharps with our 432 A thrown into the mix as if it were some kind of clue to solving a cosmic riddle . India Who else knew about 432? T he answer is surprising . In India, large cycles of time are called Kali Yugas ' and each one is 432,000 years long . Sumer For example , let's take the Sumerian 12 and square it for a total of 144 . Right off we see that it is indeed a number and tone contained within our factor 9 grid. Egypt Expanding outward we find 1440 then 144,000 which is a number that appears all over the world in the most compelling of ways . Take for instance the Great Pyramid of Giza. It happens to have been covered with a 144,000 smooth white casing stones . Maya To ancient Mayans 144,000 days was the length of their 394 year Baktun, a time cycle which has just begun again . Star Forts or Bastions Here are few applicaitons of Sacred Geometry and Sonic Geometry that are in existence now and few people are aware of them. Star Forts are megalitic structures around the world that are using Sacred Geormetry and Sonic Geometry. They are actively destroyed in some parts of the globe and in other are preserved in some form. Most of them are attributed to other generations that those that actually built them.
Dr Hans Yenny did a large amount of experiements with sound called Cymatics this is where he added sand to water drops and then applied different sound frequencies to that medium and the resulting geometric shapes are astonishing and here you can see what each note looks like at the bottom of the graph.Note that the geometry from the flat note to the higher octave sharp note increases in complexity but has very similar geometric shapes. Here is a displays the sound using different speed/frequencies changing into Secret geometry.....Using Sand. Water sound Image at 432 Hz versus 440 Hz
Links https://www.sonicgeometry.com/ https://youtu.be/D2zB0Zy978s https://youtu.be/AS67HA4YMCs https://youtu.be/yGGTmF6xjKI

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