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S y n o p s i s
As modern humans first walked the Earth roughly 70,000 years ago, the Moon's
orbit came into harmonic resonance with the outer planets of Jupiter, Saturn,
and Uranus. The common denominators underlying these harmonic relationships are
the earliest prime numbers of the Fibonacci serie "two, three, and five" the same
numbers that interact to give us the harmonic relationships of music.
Exploring the simple mathematical relationships that underlie the cycles of the
solar system and the music of Earth, Richard Heath reveals how Neolithic
astronomers discovered these ratios using megalithic monuments like Stonehenge
and the Carnac stones, discoveries that informed later myths and stories
including the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Resurrection of Osiris, the Rg Veda, the
Hebrew Bible, Homerís epic tales, and the Return of Quetzalcoatl. He explains
how this harmonic planetary knowledge formed the basis of the earliest religious
systems, in which planets were seen as gods, and shows how they spread through
Sumer, Egypt, and India into Babylon, Judea, Mexico, and archaic Greece. He
exposes how the secret knowledge encoded within the Bibleís god YHWH was lost as
Greek logic and reason steadily weakened mythological beliefs.
Revealing the mysteries of the octave and of our musical scales, Heath shows how
the orbits of the outer and inner planets gave a structure to time, which our
Moonís orbit could then turn into a harmonic matrix. He explains how planetary
time came to function as a finely tuned musical instrument, leading to the rise
of intelligent life on our planet. He demonstrates how this harmonic science of
numbers can be read in the secret symbolism and sacred geometry of ancient
cities such as Teotihuacan and in temples such as the Parthenon, connecting the
higher worlds of planetary time and harmonics with the spiritual and physical
life on Earth.
Recasting our understanding of the solar system, Heath seeks to reawaken
humanityís understanding of how sacred numbers structure reality, offering an
opportunity to recover this lost harmonic doctrine and reclaim our intended role
in the outer life of our planet.
B i o
Richard Heath is a development engineer with degrees in systems science and computer-aided design. His interest in megalithic astronomy and metrology has resulted in 4 books, including Sacred Number and the Origins of Civilization. He lives near Cardigan, Wales.