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Thursday, September 23, 2010

The Octave of Creation


Sorry I have been gone for so long. I am exhausted but no excuse and game on!

God created in an orchestrated symphony! what the heck am I talking about? Leonardo DaVinci was trying to to tell us in "Vitruvian Man". All creation is an octave, the same as a piano keyboard. From the Embylical cord of man to the top of his head, divided by the Embylical to the heel of Man is known as the "Divine Proportion" the same proportion in all creation and the same as the proportion of "C" note to "C" note on a piano keyboard. It appears that all creation is a musical canotation of harmonious notes throughout all creation. Palm Sunday to Resurrection is an octave of eight days, notes C,D,E,F,G,A,B,C . Palm Sunday thru Holy Thursday= 5 days x 24 hours = 120 hours. This corresponds to the notes C,D,E,F,G, and Holy Friday thru Resurrection Sunday is A,B,C, notes of the octave; 3 days x 24 hours = 72 hours, the same as the octave of a human body the Risen Christ. This is "Gregorian Chant", the music of the "Paschal Mystery" and the manifestation of creation according to Pope Benedict XVI in "The Spirit of the Liturgy". This proportional ratio is 1.6... exists in all creation from the bottom of the ocean to the top of the Galaxies! When we chant the sacred scriptures, we sing the creation of God in his mystical body of the Eucharist! This is the same proportion as sacred scripture; i.e. 46 books of the Old testament and 27 books of the New testament, the same proprtional ratio of 1.6...Sacred scripture is the exact same proportional ratio as the risen body of Jesus Christ! 66 books of the Protestant bible miss this important ratio of the risen body of Jesus, why? because the written Word of God is not a book restricted in sacred scripture but a person living and breathing in all of those baptized in the Holy Trinity and his name is Jesus Christ, the author of all creation. The Bible is the sacred proportion to the living body of Jesus, the Church who by Sacred Tradition gave the world the Bible.

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