Geometry, music, math and time reveal the significance of certain numbers, which are connecting with each other through harmonic energy frequencies. They reveal the mysterious 432
The 5000-years old Sumerian culture of Mesopotamia is where our 1260-based math is coming from. We count the 12 knuckles of the four fingers of the left hand, ignoring the thumb, and multiply it with the five fingers of the right hand. This gives us the numbers 12 and 60. It is interesting to note, that the Sumerians claim to have been given this knowledge by the Annunaki.
|12||12 eggs in a dozen, 12 months in a year, 12 inches in a foot, 12 signs in the zodiac|
|60||60 seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour|
|180||Sum of the interior angles of a triangle|
|360||Sum of the interior angles of a square, degrees of a circle, days in the Mayan year Tun|
|432||Natural frequency that resonates with the Schumann Resonance of the Earth's v, 432² is an approximation of the speed of light|
|540||Sum of the interior angles of a pentagon|
|720||Sum of the interior angles of a hexagon, sum of the interior angles of a tetrahedron, degrees of two circles forming the Vesica Pisces in the Flower of Life; 7200 days in a Mayan Katun|
|1080||Sum of the interior angles of an octagon. Three circles of the Germ of Life in the Flower of Life|
|1440||Sum of the interior angles of an octahedron (eight triangles), four circles in the Germ of Life in the Flower of Life, 144,000 days in a Mayan Baktun|
|1800||Five circles in the Germ of Life in the Flower of Life|
|2160||Sum of the interior angles of a cube (six squares), Total of all six circles of the Germ of Life in the Flower of Life, Length in years of one Great Month or Astrological Age within the Precession of the Equinox, diamter of the moon in miles|
|3600||Sum of the interior angles of a icosahedron (twenty triangles)|
|25920||The Great Year of the Precession of the Equinox (12 x 2160), squaring the golden ratio 1.61 (1.61 x 1.61 = 2.592)|
These numbers are part of a language of frequency and geometry and form repeating patterns in music, astrology, math and geometry. Pythagoras from ancient Greece applied geometry in new ways, like the creation of the musical scale based on numerical ratios based on harmonic fifths.
He discovered that "by using fifths from note number one, he was eventually guided to note 27. And to find the same note twice as high in pitch, he simply kept doubling it to 54, 108, 216, 432 and so on." Particularly the 432, the fourth octave, is a key stone that many traditional instruments around the world are tuned to vibrate at.
Pythagoras saw a deeper connection of geometry and numbers with the universe. When we look closer at sums of the interior angles of basic shapes, we see that they all add up to 9 and so does 432. There are many more connections to the 432 in geometry and math.
Also, when expressing the numerical value of basic shapes in music, we get the most beautiful music, a perfect three-part major chord in the key of F sharp. You have to listen to it in the video at 8:40.
The same harmony can be found in three-dimensional objects, like the platonic solids. Applying their numerical values to music equally creates harmonics in F sharp.
Now, the international standard tuning is 440 Hz and not the perfect 432 Hz. There is an entire conspiracy rabbit hole about that, which I will not go in here. But it is certainly interesting to educate yourself about that topic.
The study of these numbers and frequencies connect also to the Taurus energy body and Buckminster Fuller's Vector Equilibrium. But the following videos explain it all in great beauty, so enjoy both parts of Sonic Geometry: