tonal octave

"The lower diagram, marked C--C, represents their place in the tonal octave of the musical scale. The inert gas is the keynote of the electrical octave just as the note of C in the musical scale is the keynote for that octave. The keynote is omnipresent in all of the elements of matter as well as being omnipresent in the musical scale. By omnipresent we mean that it is in each note as well as its own tone. In music, for example, one is always conscious of

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the presence of the keynote, no matter which one is being sounded, nor how many of them. [Atomic Suicide, page 162-164]

See Also

Law of Octave
octave of integration
octave pairs of rings
Octave periodicity
Octave Relationships
octave tonal scale
Overtone Series
tonal nature of octave waves
2.11 - Beginning as Undifferentiated One
2.18 - One Becomes Two

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