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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To the Moon!

NASA supposedly landed on the moon six times between 1969 and 1972. While that is debatable, there is a lot to learn by understanding that awesome bright nightlight in the sky. Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven Six is a number that pops up a lot when examining the moon: We landed on it six times. The moon supposedly has about 1/6th the gravity of Earth. Its diameter is 6! + 6! + 6! in miles. That is 720 + 720 + 720   (2160) 2160 is also 6 x 6 x 60 Remember this is according to NASA (not. a. scientist. around.) The number 27.3 is also a lunar phenomenon A square behind a circle has exactly 27.3% more area. 27.3 is the number that *squares the circle According to NASA, the Moon is 27.3% the size of Earth. The moon also takes 27.3 days to orbit…

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3D Sacred Geometry Set

Introducing 3-D printed Platonic Solids along with the cuboctahedron (vector equilibrium), chestahedron, rhombic-dodecahedron Each measures about 1.75-2 inches tall, printed in high quality PLA for your pleasure and enjoyment! (from left to right): chestahedron, rhombic-dodecahedron, cuboctahedron, and then the five platonic solids: the dodecahedron, icosahedron, cube, octahedron, tetrahedron.  They have been coined the ‘Platonic solids’, for his namesake, Plato. Before his time they called them the Pythagorean solids because Pythagoras taught them in his mystery school. There is no original ‘inventor’ of these solids because they were not an invention. They were discovered, and it is debatable who first took notice. Stone balls carved as these solids have been found in England and Scotland, dating back 5000 years.  These perfect solids are an intrinsic quality of our geometric reality. There is esoteric knowledge hidden in the way nature structures itself. This sacgeo set is…

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