Devoted to research into the network of harmonic relationships between synodic astronomical time periods seen from Earth in preparation for the publication of The Harmonic Origins of the World in March 2018. The work requires an understanding of ancient tuning theory as reconstructed by Ernest G. McClain where harmony emanates from the earliest prime numbers 2, 3 and 5.
Explores how musical intervals come into existence through limiting number made up of prime numbers two, three, five and occasionally seven, populating the octave boundary provided by doubling with tones in which the higher primes can divide the pitch continuum within the octave. The methodology used here, proposed as ancient and recently reconstructed by Ernest G. McClain, is the perfect framework for studying the harmonic time periods of planets.
Planets seen from Earth form a synodic period that differs from their orbital period around the Sun. Synodic cycles are delineated by the earth passing by other planets during its orbit, the solar year. The lunar year, of twelve lunar months, has come into harmony with the synodic periods of planets; a fact this section explores - further detailed in the book Harmonic Origins of the World.
Cosmology reflects the means available for studying the Cosmos and, in the past these included aspects of the cosmos requiring of human action. A knowledge of tuning theory was used to form harmonic cosmologies, which allied intermediary gods to necessary processes of human development within the cosmos.
Systematics is a discipline based on the numbers one to twelve, in which each of those numbers defines a different kind of system with a known systemic attribute. It was developed by J. G. Bennett out of Gurdjieff's presentation of the laws of three (attribute: Dynamism) and of seven (attribute: Transformation), deepening the idea into what appears to be a new number science for which the primary point of reference is https://www.systematics.org.