Why does nature use a division and multiples of 18? A hemisphere of a planet or a molecule is not constructed in numerical sequence because to do so would create a weak structure. Maximum strength of a dome or molecule is attained when the links are spread out over the hemisphere or molecule. The most efficient manner of creating strong links in a dome or molecule is to use the number 18 because the special number of seven provides a means of distributing the links.
Figure 4 [left] has a circle with 18 lines with 20 degrees between each line. A line is drawn from the starting point to a point seven lines or 140 degrees away. As the multiple seven lines or 140 degree sequence is continued around the circle, the line drawn from the 18th or last point connects with the starting point. The alpha (beginning) and omega (end) points of an 18 point circle or a multiple of an 18 point circle using a multiple seven sequence are the same (Figure 5).
When applied to harmonics, the points on the circle represent the phase of the frequency and the circle itself represents the amplitude of the frequency. Obviously, a planet or molecule utilizes more than just one amplitude but for consistency in construction, again, the number seven provides the most strength. Seven circles of 144 lines with a space of 2.5 degrees between each line have the same alpha and omega point when using the multiple seven sequences. Again the seven circles represent seven redundant amplitudes that a planet like Earth uses to construct a harmonic grid.
A line is drawn for the starting point to the next circle and seven lines or every 17.5 degrees (7x2.5 degrees). Figure 6 does not include all 144 lines but only depicts every seventh line where the working line crosses the intersection point of the circle and the structure line. The line from the 144th point to the next point is the starting point and the alpha and omega points are the same and provide strength yet flexibility (Figure 7). On the Earth the distance between the circles is thousands of miles. When instruments are made that can detect the phases of the Schumann Resonance, the author predicts the grid pattern will be similar to a three dimensional version of Figure 7 that is top view of the grid.
Where the starting or Alpha point is located and if the lines or amplitudes are to the left or the right of the Alpha point, are the two determining factors to the spin orientation of the hemisphere. Therefore planets with two hemispheric harmonic grids can have numerous kinds of spin orientations that manifest in countless characteristics and functions. However, the number of spin orientations for the planets are finite. Is the harmonic spin orientation of Uranus so unique that Uranus is the only planet that shifts the north and south poles directly towards the Sun during the full revolution around the Sun?
We invite readers to join the author and other researchers to observe nature and the cosmos. The discussions will be related to how other common occurrences or phenomenon are results of manipulating or harnessing Earth's Fundamental Resonant Frequency of 7.5 Hertz with 144 phases and amplitudes and the various resonant frequencies, phases and amplitudes of the chemical elements, planets and suns in our galaxy.
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The author acknowledges and thanks Susan Kelly, Bruce Rawles, Iona Miller, Peter Vogel and James Golik for their valuable input and contributions to this article. Special thanks to Sue Golik.
Manipulating and Harnessing the Schumann Resonance