Cosmic Harmony of Music and Solarendocrinology

Harmonic Principles in Endocrinology Fabio Borziani solar endocrine planets glands

“The article discusses the concept of harmony in nature and how it has been studied throughout history. It focuses on Johannes Kepler‘s work on the “Harmony of the World,” which sought to find musical correlations between planets in our solar system. The article then explores how this idea can be applied to endocrinology, specifically by examining numerical ratios between molecular masses of hormones secreted by different glands and hormone receptors. The author suggests that this research methodology could be applied to other fields of scientific knowledge.” (summarized with Perplexity A.I.) via: Fabio Borziani “Since ancient times models have studied to describe the “Harmony of the World”. In the most diverse historical periods, research into the regularity between parameters of natural phenomena has undoubtedly been a key feature of doing science.

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Musical Geometry

Musical Geometry Joe Dubs

Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. …Geometry will draw the soul toward truth and create the spirit of philosophy.  ― Plato Music is the universal language of mankind.  ―Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Did you know you’re a mathe-magical musician with an inherent understanding of music theory?  All living organisms are. It’s no coincidence.  Just sing a note, any note. Laaaaaa Now, hum another note that’s higher than the last, but make it sound harmonic, the best you can. You just sung the opening two notes to Star Wars™, and learned the perfect fifth in the process.  Two notes with a frequency ratio of 2:3 are perfect fifths. Dunnn (2) DUNNNNN (3) …… Dun Dun dah Duhhn duhn…. The perfect octave can be found in the song “Some Where” (over the rainbow) Some…

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Quicksilver & Gaia

Mercury Earth Music of the SPheres

The orbits of Mercury and Earth and be described in this way. Draw a square around the orbit of Mercury. Surround this square with a circle. Do the same and draw another square around this circle. On the four corners of this larger square, draw four circles with radii that reach the last circle you drew. One more step. Draw a large circle around the four smaller circles. You just defined Earth’s orbit to 99.9% accuracy. The other planets in the solar system also show geometric relationships.  Geometry is number in space, and Music is number in time.  The solar system echoes these fundamentals of the Quadrivium through their orbital periods, sizes, and distance from the Sun.  Kepler discovered that the planets’ orbits neatly fit inside of nested platonic solids.  He called this Mysterium Cosmographicum.  Pythagoras and his buddies called it the Music of the…

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