# Perception of the Spiral vs. Circle

Is this a spiral or a circle? What causes us to perceive it as a spiral first? Read More...

# Diatonic Flow Around the Harmonic Center

This illustration shows the symmetry in the energy flow of a musical diatonic scale around the Harmonic Center D of the C harmonic series. The traditional nomenclature of the Roman Church for the scale steps has been replaced by my own proposed symmetrically balanced names. Read More...

# E8 Lie Group and Harmonic Geometry

Garrett Lisi's E8 Lie Group particle model can be rotated to reveal an orthogonal cube that corresponds to Nassim Haramein's cubeoctahedron model of space. Both correspond to Metatron's Cube which can be extracted from the ancient Egyptian Flower of Life. Read More...

# The Musical Structure of Life

# Diatonic Standing Wave Model

According to harmonic interference theory, the 7-tone diatonic scale of common practice music can be represented as a frequency doubling (first harmonic) of a 12-tone octave standing wave. Read More...

# Standing Wave Symmetry in Music

The major scale on a piano keyboard is only symmetric around one note, such as D in the key of C major. Read More...

# Cell Mitosis as Heterodyning Function

Cell geometry during mitosis (or cell division) takes the shape of a Polar Reflective Interference pattern. Read More...

# The Dream Theatre

# Harmonic Organization of the Periodic Elements

# Fish Archetype for the Cycle of 5ths

Through the study of harmonic science we can find connections between music and biology. For instance, music tradition suggests that the Cycle of Fifths is a natural harmonic chord progression. In fact, most music is based in some way on portions of this progression. Read More...

# Heterodyning

# Landau-Zener Damping Theory (1932)

A vortex known as a "Landau damping location" in quantum mechanics is where energy is exchanged in a standing wave to form harmonics. Read More...

# Dual Ring Harmonic Models

These are some of the harmonic ring models described in the fourth section of INTERFERENCE. Read More...

# The Octave Standing Wave Keyboard Model.

# Tone-Color Correspondence to a Double Octave

This Tone-Color Correspondence to the Double Octave is based on the three color cones of the human retina. When the dark blue or indigo cone distribution is folded over the point of symmetry between the red and green cone distribution, it forms the four points of a 12-step color wheel. Read More...

# The Fourier Series & Harmonics

After conquering Egypt in 1798 at the Battle of the Pyramids, the French fought and lost to the British a week later in a naval battle known as the Battle of the Nile. Stranded in Cairo, Napoleon set off on a three-year expedition across Egypt. With him was Joseph Fourier, a mathematician and trusted friend. It was during this journey that Fourier discovered that waves of any kind could be decomposed into a superposition of sine and cosine waves. Read More...

# Mineral Crystallization and the Golden Ratio

Ancient philosophers believed God slept in rocks. These golden spirals in a Bismuth crystal form little G's as if searching for God. Read More...

# Holonomic Theory of the Brain

One theory proposes the brain works much like a hologram by recreating the outside world using the Hypocampus as a beam splitter. Read More...

# Musica Universalis and the Science of Harmonics

We flicker on and off inside the projection screen of the Schwartzschild Space Lattice: Read More...

# Tuning in a Tosla Magnifica "Biscuit" Sea Star

Surface features, including shell and fur patterns, on sea and land animals is likely a cymatic visualization of cellular resonance within the body chamber. Read More...

# Relationship of Pi to Phi in a Standing Wave

Most people interested in the Golden Ratio know that it is derived from the square root of 5, as Φ = (1 + √5) / 2. However, it is a little known fact that PI (or π) can also be derived from the number 5 corresponding to the fifth harmonic in a standing wave precisely where a Golden Ratio amplitude occurs. Read More...

# A Trilobite Egg Cymatic

A trilobite fossil compared to a cymatic resonance pattern produced inside an egg container.

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# A Hexagonal Crystal

# The Fine-Structure Constant as Resonance

In physics, the fine-structure constant α is a fundamental physical constant characterizing the strength of electromagnetic coupling. This interaction is a function of resonance and harmonic physics.

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# Phi-damping Wells

When energy reflects into a resonating standing wave, Fibonacci vortices form around golden sections of the 2π period. Read More...

# Permittivity of Free Space

Isometric projection of an orthogonal harmonic lattice introduces a gap, enabling energy to articulate and travel through space. Without this little bit of slack, nothing could move or bond and the universe would be dead. Read More...

# Platonic Solids in Lattice QCD

An expansion of the previous illustrations showing other harmonic solids as an isometric cubic function. Read More...

# QCD Space Lattice as a Harmonic Medium

# The Harmonic Lattice

According to quantum theory, space is not empty as we are all taught, but instead structured in the form of a very fine cubic lattice of quantum perturbations. For convenience, this lattice can be defined as a 3D grid of mutually orthogonal standing waves. Read More...

# The Galaxy that Laid the Golden Egg

# The Annual Golden Ratio: August 13th

# How Nature counts

# Embryonic Geometry

Thought I would post a more direct illustration of the geometry of an embryo prior to it resonating into the characteristic geometry of a human body.

Read More...# The Human Nautilus

In my own quest for understanding, I continue to be drawn to the study of the human mind and how it relates to the geometry of the head and body. I have always felt that clues to consciousness must exist in every part of the body and that we have but to understand the entire body to understand consciousness.

Read More...# The Gibraltar Star

This is a follow-up to my blog post entitled 'The Twin Pillars of Hercules.'

Read More...# The Tetraktys

Here are a few words about the Tetraktys and its relationship to harmonic physics.

Read More...# The Twin PIllars of Hercules

After finishing my last article *Eleven* that described my experience (and apparent widespread phenomenon) of 'seeing elevens', I watched this excellent video about this same subject. Avia Venefica's comments about the symbolic meaning of the double ones of eleven and its duality are right on target, which prompted me to further connect this phenomena with the physics and mythology of harmonic resonance.

# Physics of Consciousness

# Earth-Moon proportions from the Vescia Piscis

# Gaussian geometry of the human head

# An Isometric View of Space

# Musica Universalis Model

# Bio-Harmonic Frequency Correspondence

# Fine-Structure Constant is harmonic

# Correspondence of Solar Cycles to Social Cycles

Sun radius / Mercury semi-major axis = 12 / 1000

695,000km / 57.91666Mkm = 12 / 1000

That is, the ratio of the Sun's sphere to Mercury's sphere measured from the center of the solar system is 12:1000.

In general, the Gaussian Interference function introduced in the book (which also balances at a resonance value of 12) can also be found to describe the cycle of sun spots. We are currently in a solar minimum with the fewest sunspots since at least 1913. Many of the intersection points of the sunspot cycle happen to correspond to recent events and may offer a broad predictor of future novelty events. This analysis uses the Reflective Interference function to compare the solar cycle to our social cycle, suggesting a causal link between the two. Read More...

# Experimental evidence of harmonics in human head geometry

# From Perception to Consciousness

# Water as a pentagonal damping structure for life

# Relationship between geometry and wave interference

# 5-fold temporal symmetry as an isometric projection of 12-fold space

# Tetrahedral recursion as a model for space resonance

But Einar pointed out that this proportion also represents the volume of a tetrahedron placed inside a larger tetrahedron such that its four points touch the incenter of each of the faces of the outer tetrahedron, assuming that the larger tetrahedron is inside a cube with volume equal to one... Read More...