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Old 16-12-2009, 03:09 PM   #43
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MythMath, with all due respect, there is a difference between an ancient society and an ancient secret society (where secrets like 963 were stripped from public knowledge).

And yes, you are correct. Although having a background in music is enviable, you do not need it to understand numerical patterns.

Yes, you are correct. The ancients did not have the concept of seconds. But when I intentionally wrote 852Hz, I added the Hz, so people could identify that it was a frequency of 852 cycles/something, instead of just a number, but forgot to point out that it does not have to be per second.

Lastly, by "phase shift", I mean "numerical" phase shift: 963 - 111 = 852, 963 - 222 = 741, as you pointed out.

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