Explaining my numbers.

I posted a spectrum with 22 numbers there. They cover 21 octaves, going from the macro rhythm of one beat per 24 hours to the micro idea of 24 beats per one second. You perceive the macro rhythm as the cycle of one day, and you perceive the micro rhythm as a pitch, a deep bass note. My numbers cover three diatonic comma cycles, as I would call it, three seven octave groups. I had to account for the difference between 24.00 hertz, which I believe is precisely in synch with the Earthâ€™s 24 hour day, and 24.27259â€¦ hertz, the theoretical 21st octave of the Earth day if octaves maintain precisely the two to one rhythm over a twenty one octave range.

So I had to account for something like a fifth of a fret shift in pitch over these 21 octaves. Looking at the numbers, what came to me was the jump rope idea, like two people each holding the ends of a rope, and the rope dancing in between. I considered the two ends of this spectrum to be very stable. The daily 24 hour cycle seems pretty stable. And looking at the theoretical octave numbers on each side of one second, they were so close to the intervals 1 1/3 seconds and 2/3 of a second, that it seemed obvious to me the Earth rhythm would have crystallized into these precise numbers by this point on the scale. So my numbers have perfect octaves going from each end of the spectrum toward the center. The one fifth fretâ€™s worth shift in pitch happens in the center area of this spectrum, on the bridge, as I would call it.

Points of interest about this spectrum: Going out seven octaves from the first number, 24 hours, to 675 seconds, all these numbers are whole numbers. This covers one third of the spectrum, one diatonic cycle. After this point, there are no more whole second numbers, at octave points at least.

Going out nine octaves from each end of the spectrum to the center, the octaves are perfect. So the bridge where the shift in pitch happens is between the octave points 168 Â¾ and 21 1/3 seconds. The numbers I used to bridge the two perfect octave groups were 84 Â½ and 42 Â½ seconds:

168 Â¾ seconds

84 Â½ seconds

42 Â½ seconds

21 1/3 seconds

I believe the normal range of human hearing is about ten octaves of sound, so ten octaves takes you from each end of this spectrum to the bridge.

All the whole numbers in the bridge are multiples of seven.

Sitting in the center area of this bridge, which is the center of the whole spectrum, would be the interval of 60 seconds. The power of a minute. Do you have a minute?

The octave points on each side of one minute, 84 Â½ and 42 Â½ , split numbers into halves, half seconds, ie 169/2 seconds and 85/2 seconds. The next octave point, going toward macro, has split numbers into fours, 168 Â¾ (675/4) seconds. So you could look at it like this huge processor has processed whole numbers into fourths of seconds, on one side of the bridge.

On the other side of the bridge you see it has divided seconds into thirds, 21 1/3 ....

So you have a pattern of division by two, in the center of the bridge, and division by four toward the macro side, and division by three toward the micro side, of the spectrum.

A most basic way we perceive things is in two, up and down.

When we look up, toward the macro, the skies, we see the four pattern, sunrise, midday, sunset, midnight. No moon, first quarter, full moon, last quarter. Four seasons from the skies. When we look the other way, down toward the Earth, we have the sphere idea, which relates to three. Circles fit around circles by the three pattern, six fit right around one. They align in lines in three directionsâ€¦

You could look at the micro three pattern as light condensing into matter, spinning in circles faster and faster, the inside of a sphere idea, the center of the Earth. And going the other way, the circles straightening out, going faster distance wise in straight lines, â€¦ out into the skiesâ€¦ the four pattern. And we live on the surface of the sphere, in between up and down, which divides things into two.

Most people perceive ten octaves of sound, which gets you to the bridge. What if you became more perceptive? What if your perceptions crossed the bridge? (Bridging the physical and spiritual?...)

I believe microtonal music offers us help in crossing the bridge, accessing our full potential. I knew that before finding this forum. Those subtle changes in pitch, I can feel really working things in my system, bridging different patterns maybeâ€¦ And now I think 24 hertz music, and its harmonics, such as 432 hertz music, offer yet more possibilities. And what about non octave scales to cross that bridge, I thought I heard something about them in this forum?

A complex Universe. I go by what feels good to me. I sing spontaneously, and try to play music as it comes to meâ€¦ Using like a machine or something thatâ€™s generating tones, or chanting some mantra or something over and over, I mean stuff like that makes me nervous. But we all have guidance to help us find our part in the symphony. Ok Iâ€™ll stop talking.

Ok one last idea. You could look at that ten octave range of perception as having a corresponding part when you are in your dream body, so ten and ten, like two dimes, and connecting them a bridge(s), where the shift happens. Like a pair of dimes, and a shift. A paradigm shift. And if you could extend your perceptions one octave each way, and bridge the two, physical spiritual, like a pair of 12 octaves, die have six sides, two make dice, 12 sides so a pair of dice, pair of 12, gets you across the bridge each way. Pair of dice, paradise. ok I'm done.