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The Harmonic Origins of the World
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Table of Contents

Preface

Introduction: The Significance of Planetary Harmony

PART 1
RECOVERING LOST KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORLD SOUL

1 Climbing the Harmonic Mountain

2 Heroic Gods of the Tritone

3 YHWH Rejects the Gods

4 Plato's Dilemma

PART 2
A COSMICALLY CREATIVE HARMONY

5 The Quest for Apollo's Lyre

6 Life on the Mountain

PART 3
THE WAR IN HEAVEN

7 Gilgamesh Kills the Stone Men

8 Quetzalcoatl's Brave New World

9 YHWH's Matrix of Creation

10 The Abrahamic Incarnation Postscript: Intelligent Star Systems

APPENDIX 1

Astronomical Periods and Their Matrix Equivalents

APPENDIX 2

Ancient Use of Tone Circles
Reunification of Tuning by Number with Tuning by Ear through Reason and Visual Symmetry

Notes

Bibliography

Index

About the Author

Richard Heath is a development engineer with degrees in systems science and computer-aided design. His interest in megalithic astronomy and metrology has resulted in 4 books, including Sacred Number and the Origins of Civilization. He lives near Cardigan, Wales.

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"We have long known, thanks to Ernest McClain, that the ancients were obsessed with harmonic numbers and that the Bible encodes these from beginning to end. Now new evidence appears, as these numbers correlate with the planetary periods, and their discovery is pushed far back into the prehistoric era. Richard Heath's work, based not on speculation but on objective data, challenges all accepted notions of cultural evolution and religious origins." * JOSCELYN GODWIN, author of Harmonies of Heaven and Earth *
"In this book the author reveals himself as the natural successor to Ernest McClain. As McClain before him, Heath has realized the extent to which the natural harmony of music binds into one the 'within' and 'without' of man's world. He introduces us first to the observable recurrence of numbers underlying ancient astronomical sightings and then skilfully reveals the connection with the harmonic numbers of the sexagesimal system discovered by the Sumerians and Babylonians. Underpinning ideas with superb graphics and skilful numerical tables, he shows the ancient scribes, priests and 'gentlemen of leisure' in the Aristotelian sense, to be most subtle--in many cases far more so than we who work so hard to understand them. The progression by which he reveals his thesis is impressive." * Pete Dello, singer-songwriter, composer, and musicologist *

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