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David Hamel's Zero-Point UFO Technology�
and It's Connection to the Bible, the Great�

Pyramid and other Ancient Artifacts.�

Written by Robert�

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Using Hermetic Principle III, "As above, so below, as within, so without," the frequency division into

12 segments between any two adjacent pitches, would be the same proportional difference as the 12

pitches of the chromatic scale. As an example, the division between D4and D#4 would be as follows:

Table 11-8. Division Between D4 and D#4

D#4 - D
4

:::: 306 - 288 :::: 18

Frequency Difference
D4-o :::: 288

1.125
n 4-1 :::: 288 + (18)(.0625) :::: 289.125

1.125
n 4-2 :::: 288 + (18)(.125) :::: 290.25

1.125
D4-3 :::: 288 + (18)(.1875) :::: 291.375

2.25
D4-4 :::: 288 + (18)(.3125) :::: 293.625

1.125
D4-S :::: 288 + (18)(.375) :::: 294.75

1.125
D4-6 :::: 288 + (18)(.4375) :::: 295.875

1.125
D4-7 :::: 288 + (18)(.5) :::: 297

2.25
n 4 -8 :::: 288 + (18)(.625) :::: 299.25

1.125
n 4-9 :::: 288 + (18)(.6875) :::: 300.375

1.125
D4-1O :::: 288 + (18)(.75) :::: 301.5

1.125
n 4-11 :::: 288 + (18)(.8125) :::: 302.625

3.375
n#4 = n 4-12 :::: 288 + (18)(1) :::: 306

Notice that other than the perfect fifth, the additional divisions all end in 5. All of these frequencies and

the difference between the frequencies reduce numerically to 9 and are neutral. Each of these divisions

can divide into 12 again and so on to infinity within the microcosm.

Sound Circle and Prime Numbers

The prime numbers have a direct relationship with the three maximum spark points within each

octave located on the neutral axis. Figure 11-7, containing Sound Circle #1, shows that the frequency

difference between F and F# and A and A# is twice that of 9 of the 12 pitches in an octave. The difference

between C# and D is three times that of the lowest 9. These points will be called 2s and 3s, respectively.

These positions are at the end of each four-unit cycle shown in Table 11-5.

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Table 11-9 contains the numbers 1 through 441 in numerical order listed in nine columns. Each

number will reduce to the number labeled in the first row under that column.

Table 11~9. Number Progression Showing Multiples of 6 and the Prime Numbers

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