Interesting CT Book on Music Theory

03292016, 04:20 AM
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What about cooking for your kids birthday parties? How about a family reunion?
Who makes the course? Who teaches it? How do they get "certified"? Just a few days? A week? Ever year?5 years? Where does it end? The answer is it never ends because regulations never stop. They are always there to tighten the noose a little tighter. If you teach the proper food handling course are you going to guarantee and insure that person against lawsuits from thereafter? Regulations are seeds of anti freedom. I Eat Grits 

03302016, 08:17 AM
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I never thought I'd see this thread again.
I haven't put in the time to reading this book yet. Still plan on it. 

08142017, 03:18 PM
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I punched out 50 pages of the book while I had no Internet this weekend. Really mindblowing stuff.
The book analyzes the history of Music Theory and the harmonics of standing waveforms (the properties of sinewaves) and shows how the musical ratios are all important in ancient numerology and sacred geometry. The Author is a very scientific, musician software engineer, but has knowledge of Masonic symbolism, Secret Societies, the Occult, Hebrew Gemmatria and Kaballah, Egyptian Magic and the like. He explains the harmonic relevance (think simple number ratios) to it all. It's outofprint ($300 on Amazon) so just PM me if you want the PDF. I'm going to screenshot a few pages and post them to garner interest. 

08142017, 03:37 PM
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Good thread


08142017, 03:42 PM
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On the Harmonic side, he demonstrates that the 12 Tone system of Western Music is not just an arbitrary product of cultural bias as taught in Modern Academia, but the ratios actually represent regions of the greatest harmonic resonance between pitches within an Octave.
Notice the Major 6th Interval (5:3 or 1.666~) has the greatest resonance followed by the Perfect Fifth (3:2 or 1.5). More importantly, the Golden Ratio (1.61... to infinity) is the area of greatest dampening, followed by the Tritone. The key premise of this book; Richard Merrik's "Interference Theory" is that these dampening ratios are not evil as thought by the Church, but rather create the boundaries (via energy loss) that give our natural world its shape. This is why the natural world follows the Fibbonaci Sequence, the Golden Ratio, Logarithmic Spiral; it's the ratio of greatest energy dampening that prevents outofcontrol growth and gives energy systems, and our natural world its order. He also think the Ancients (From Ancient Hebrews, Egypt's Magicians, Pythagoras' Geometry Students, to Chinese Gong Makers) and Occultists (Templar, Rosicrucians and Freemasons) believed these ratio's to represent Heaven and Earth in the Gnostic sense; Light vs. Matter. There's also some talk of how the study of Harmonics could become the Unifying Theory that pulls the sciences back together, but there appears to be a deliberate push to ignore the subject and write it off as New Age mysticism, despite how important waveform physics are to Plasma Science, Electrical Engineering, Optics, Molecular Biology and the like. 

08142017, 03:54 PM
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A few interesting tidbits:
The Apple is known as the 'Fruit of Knowledge'. Take a look at the Apples that were in the Levant at the time the Bible was written: The ratio between one of the outer edges and the inner lines of a Pentagram is always Phi; the Golden Ratio. Perhaps this is why the Pentagram was such an important Pagan symbol, and why it earlier represented the Earth, and later Satanic forces. 

08142017, 03:55 PM
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One of Aesop's Fables was "The Goose that Laid Golden Eggs". Was that a reference to the Golden Ratio?


08142017, 03:59 PM
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I had no idea 007 had Occult significance. It's a Rosicrucian code for Silence. From the book:


08142017, 04:22 PM
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the golden ratio pictogram also looks like a SIX


08142017, 04:28 PM
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i think you'll find this interesting:
Musical Actions of Dihedral Groups Alissa S. Crans, Thomas M. Fiore, and Ramon Satyendra 1. INTRODUCTION. Can you hear an action of a group? Or a centralizer? If knowledge of group structures can influence how we see a crystal, perhaps it can influence how we hear music as well. In this article we explore how music may be interpreted in terms of the group structure of the dihedral group of order 24 and its centralizer by explaining two musical actions.1 The dihedral group of order 24 is the group of symmetries of a regular 12gon, that is, of a 12gon with all sides of the same length and all angles of the same measure. Algebraically, the dihedral group of order 24 is the group generated by two elements, s and t, subject to the three relations https://www.maa.org/sites/default/files/...ns2011.pdf 

08142017, 04:28 PM
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08142017, 04:29 PM
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the canon in D possesses SACRED SYMMETRY


08142017, 04:29 PM
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(08142017 04:28 PM)kungfool Wrote:(08142017 04:22 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: the golden ratio pictogram also looks like a SIX according to the not always reliable Jordan Maxwell it stands for GENERATIVE force or the sex act it might be a six too, since SIX is prob related to the word SEX Those who know, know! 

08052018, 09:22 PM
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432 clearly sounds better to my ears


08062018, 01:21 AM
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Interesting CT Book on Music Theory
I don't think it matters much if at all.
I Eat Grits 

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