Vast Ancient Temple Plan is Based on Music. The outer hexagon is greater than the inner by the ratio of 3/2. That is the ratio of the higher note of a perfect fifth to the lower in terms of vibrations per second. First, what is the Ancient Temple Plan?
- It is a master blueprint used since prehistoric times for measuring temples by musical ratios. It is based on musical tones and geometry. Numbers used in the plan are those enumerating vibrations per second of the various tones of the ancient diatonic scale. The geometry used is based on the central circle of the seven as in the featured picture. It is crossed by three equidistant diameters through central point “D”. In the ancient temple plan, any one of these three diameters ( FE, RG or LK) equals 352.
- Why 352 by number only with no attached measures? The answer in a word is gematria. So what is gematria? /ɡəˈmeɪ.tri.ə/ originated as an Assyro-Babylonian-Greek system of alphanumeric code/cipher later adopted into Jewish culture that assigns numerical value to a word/name/phrase in the belief that words or phrases with identical numerical values bear some relation to each other or bear some relation to the number itself as it may apply to Nature, a person’s age, the calendar year, or the like.
- In Judaism word appear together in the Torah. They are milk and honey. They have a combined gematria of 352. These key words appear in a prime place: Deuteronomy 6:3. With the very next line, being, Deuteronomy 6:4, we find the opening 6 words of the most sacred prayer in Judaism- the “Shema Yisroel”.
milk חָלָ֖ב cha·lav 2461 milk and honey. וּדְבָֽשׁ׃ u·de·vash. 1706 honey
So where is the music? The tone “F” above what we would call middle “C” vibrates in the diatonic scale at the rate of 352 times per second. This equals the 352 Hebrew gematria by letters of “milk and honey. The old diatonic “Middle “C” vibrated 264 times per second. “C”. The next higher octave, 528 “C”, is one octave higher than middle “C”. This higher “C” is also in the ancient temple plan. Each side of the larger hexagon measures 528 by number. Ancient unearthed instruments prove the vibrations per second of the notes or tones of this diatonic scale.
Vast Ancient Temple Plan Holds the 3/2 Musical Fifth Ratio
Let’s look at the following for a model. Refer to the featured picture to read the lines by letters.
- Triangle MPD forms an equilateral triangle. Each side is 352.
- Extend DP to point “O”
- Or extend DM to point “N”
In a view of the vast ancient temple plan, an inclusive new triangle is defined by DNO. It includes DMP. Thus DNO than DPM by the ratio of 3/2. We see that 352 x 3/2 = 528. We now have a second tone in terms of vibrations per second. The “C” 528 vibrations per second is one octave higher than the diatonic middle “C” of 264 vibrations per second. This is significant because in ancient and modern systems, all tuning is based on fifths. Music by numbers applied to vibrations per second of music tones fill the ancient temple plan. Its inclusion of the ratios of perfect harmony calls for the following: Rebuilding the sites all over the world that were once conceived by this plan. Future blogs as well as some already on the website will cover or have already covered this topic.
The goal of building by the math of sound pleasing ratios of musical tones was to have the same ratios please the visual sense in architecture. These qualities need to find their way into our collective culture.