Music Notes as Dynamic Time using Equidistant Lines.                                                                                                By Robert Rundle 13Feb’13

Firstly, a big thank you to Sergey for implementing this modification to Equidistant Lines model, and as promised here’s my class/write up on its properties.

Now we can measure dynamic proportion[s] between important points in the market. Such as the 7 Note Music Scale between any given cycle period.

In ‘Astro Based Charting Tools’ cid:image001.png@01CE0A30.9CB88750 select ‘Equidistant Lines’

cid:image004.jpg@01CE0A48.D0A8F5A0

Open existing model {see attachments}, or create your own model using format -

Value:Colour:[!]Comment

Value as a percentage %,

Colors – RED GREEN BLUE MAROON YELLOW PURPLE BLACK WHITE AQUA OLIVE SILVER DARKRED  DARKBLUE  DARKGREEN TEAL NAVY DARKOLIVE DARKGRAY DARKPURPLE FUCHSIA MAGENTA LIGHTGREEN LIGHTRED LIGHTBLUE LIGHTGRAY LIGHTPURPLE LIGHTYELLOW LIGHTOLIVE LIME and double light LightLight[color], and double dark DarkDark[color]. But NO Orange for SO?

“!” aligns comment Top of chart / “” blank aligns comment Bottom of chart, Comment as one word or connect with underscore to join words. 

Most of these example models I made on a spreadsheet i.e. “=(value/cycle total length)*100” and calculated as a summation series. And use something like this =""&MID(Value,1,4)&":"&MID(Colour,1,19)&":"&MID(Comment Alignment Top[!]/Bottom,,1,1)&""&MID(Comment,1,13)&"" to propagate the resulting line for the Equidistant Lines panel input.

Please note the attached “ .harmonics” files live in directory path C:/Timing Solutions/  {as default at the moment – that may change}

One of the most important ‘Dynamic Cycle Proportion’ is for the 7 Note Music Scale – although there are many better models, but I use this as my ‘Default’ ‘Equidistant Lines’ model.

Equal Distant Cycle inputs for 7 Notes - 12.5% 25% 33.33% 50% 66.66% 87.5%   and their middle points -  6.25% 18.75% 29% 41.5% 58% 76.75% 93.75% {NEVER forget the Mid Points of anything – you may think you’ve found a cycle, but if it doesn’t divide nicely by 2 it’s probably not a true cycle}

DO

1

RE

1.125

MI

1.25

FA

1.33

SO

1.5

LA

1.66

TI

1.875

DO

2

Pictured example starts 0Aries, cycle length 365.24 days for simplicity only, but as you can see the vibrations are significant – dividing the year into music.

Now what I do need to work out in Excel how to anchor 2 other points {especially midpoints of notes} of the octave to specified points as a % for Equidistant Lines panel inputs. I.e. anchor the 2 Retard Points to highs.

Another important point is to anchor start ‘DO’ to one swing and stretch out Right Hand Anchor until the ‘RE’ is on the next swing – this is one way to determine an Octave {DO to RE = 1/8th of an Octave, and from there you can mathematically determine all other notes within an octave}.

cid:image008.png@01CE0A3B.2DA04730

 

 

Also between Planetary Events – Pictured here between 2 Eclipses of 192 days {one of WDG’s favorite numbers}cid:image007.png@01CE0A3D.57106C60

 

 12 Pythagorean Notes { 2^n/12 } - 8.33% 16.67% 25.00% 33.33% 41.67% 50.00% 58.33% 66.67% 75.00% 83.33% 91.67%. Pictured the pythag [Ln(12thR)_Ln(2)] version which seems just a little tighter in results.cid:image010.png@01CE0A40.5D862460

 

cid:image009.jpg@01CE0A48.D0A8F5A0

For a TIME{=/1}, TIMES{*2} and HALF {*0.5}    The 7 Thunders, 1 Octave

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here we have the 12 Tribes of Israel aligned to their respective zodiac association and their number of tribesmen counts {as per Bible Numbers 26} i.e. (number of tribesman/total of tribesmen for all 12 Zodiacs)*100 and calculated as a summation series. There are many variations of ‘Who belongs to what Tribe’, but after many years of researching this problem, I like the following {although other variations being derived from the Bible have some merit}. In this example start is at 0Aries and cycle is 365.24days. Attached file ‘TribesYHVH.fund’ lives in directory path C:/Timing Solutions/Fundamentals.cid:image002.png@01CE0A30.9CB88750

 Gann’s Emblem {Far from WDG’s best works no matter how you manipulate the numbers} – High + 418 {TTTA pages}cid:image012.png@01CE0A43.D6CC1A70

 Solfeggio Frequencies/418   cid:image013.png@01CE0A45.273CCBC0cid:image014.png@01CE0A45.7A653F80

 

These are just a few examples of Mathematical occurrences that can be collated to form a summation series that can be used as a dynamic division of time. I hope you enjoy using these models, and please if you can keep this within the Timing Solutions group it would be appreciated. To make your own models look to examples of ‘Natural Law’ – i.e. the properties of The Table of Elements properties {Atomic Weights}, Light reflection through a prism, etc. Look to Books like The Bible, Gann, Bayer, Sepharial etc. for numerical sequences – they are full of them {and they don’t read so awkwardly due to bad writing, as every word placement counts}. The modern writers like Gann were great copiers of the Bible’s secrets and emulate these hidden throughout their works.

Robert Rundle    13 Feb 2013  Adelaide Australia