The Octave Law: LESSON 2 – Geometry Coding of the Collemaggio Labyrinth, the 3 Octaves and the True Graal

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The Octave Law: LESSON 2 – Geometry Coding of the Collemaggio Labyrinth, the 3 Octaves and the True Graal

Lesson Length: 1 h

The metric used to construct the Collemaggio Labyrinth is condensed into an Octave
Wanting to summarize the Collemaggio Labyrinth, it “measures” an Octave and contains Three Octaves.
This is the first example of the fractal “dynamics” used for the Collemaggio Octaves.

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The Octave Law: LESSON 2 – Geometry Coding of the Collemaggio Labyrinth, the 3 Octaves and the True Graal

Lesson Length: 1 h

The Collemaggio Labyrinth has the following measurements:
Shorter side = 5.65 meters, this measurement represents the square root of “32” (3\2)
Longer side = 8.24 metres, also in this case we are faced with the square root of “68” (6\8 which when divided is equal to 3\4)
Note that if you add the primary numbers from which the Square Roots were obtained, you obtain the following operation: 32+68+32+68 = 200.
The rectangle containing the Three Octaves is numerically equal to “200”.
In the musical field it is taught that an Octave (8) can also be indicated numerically with the number “2”, which means that, indirectly, the metric used to construct the Collemaggio Labyrinth is condensed into an Octave
Wanting to summarize the Collemaggio Labyrinth, it “measures” an Octave and contains Three Octaves.
This is the first example of the fractal “dynamics” used for the Collemaggio Octaves.

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