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It has been said that if there is ever to be such a thing as a true universal language it will most likely be expressed in the realms of mathematics geometry energy patterns and frequency could it be that this language or at least the foundation of it already exists here on earth is it possible that over the course of thousands of years we have been somehow guided in the process of creating this new form of communication and if so what type of information will be conveyed through it that could not be expressed any other way in the search for answers we must be prepared to trek through both time and space to open our eyes and minds wide enough to notice compelling coincidences and to stand back far enough to see if the building blocks of some kind of mathematical spatial frequency based language emerge but before we begin our journey we will pause here in the present day to notice some of the ways that we measure and tabulate the world around us this is an important step for how we count to measure things can be as revealing as why we count them first we will take a look at the way we measure time for all practical purposes the smallest unit is one second and we all know it takes 60 seconds to make a minute and then 60 of these minutes to make an hour this hour of course is the unit by which we divide our days and these days become months years decades centuries and so on speaking of 60 let's take a moment to notice that all geometry whether it is two or three dimensional is also derived from base 60 mathematics that provide the foundation for a 360 degree circle which in turn provides us with all the angles and formulas for creating virtually every shape known to humankind now let's look at how many cultures from all over the world have chosen to count and group things right away we see that we have been attracted to the number 12 12 eggs in a dozen 12 months and a year 12 inches in a foot 12 signs of the zodiac strangely whether it's tallying disciples or mythical God's the number 12 appears often in the telling of our greatest stories about ourselves and what about distance your local town might be measured in meters or other units but when we talk about measuring our planet the standards we all use revert back to base 60 units of miles minutes or geometrical degrees are you noticing the pattern here we seem to be encountering a lot of twelves and 60s are they related and if so how to answer that piece of the puzzle we must travel roughly 5,000 years back in time to visit the ancient Sumerian culture of Mesopotamia for here is where our 1260 based math comes from this counting system which was invented by the same people who produced the world's first written language involved counting the knuckles of the four long fingers on one hand and then multiplying them by all five digits on the other hand if you do this you will get a maximum number of twelve knuckles times five fingers which of course total 60 how these cosmic jumps in language and mathematics occurred so suddenly is open to debate but it is interesting to note that the ancient Sumerians themselves wrote about being given this information by sky-god visitors they called the Anunnaki who and what the Anunnaki were is a hotly contested subject but one thing that cannot be denied is the fact that over 5,000 years ago a mathematical system was born that incredibly still serves us today so now that we have our various units of measurement all based on the Sumerian 1260 counting system let's jump forward to a few pivotal moments in history and with other numbers patterns and synchronicities appear in the sixth century BC on the Greek island of Samos the famed mathematician Pythagoras led a school of thought that married philosophy mathematics music and of course geometry and while Pythagoras did not discover advanced geometry he did apply it in new ways especially to music for instance he noticed that when a taut and string was plucked it would create a tone and when that string was divided in half it would make the same tone only twice as high in pitch pythagoras then came up with numerical ratios based on harmonic fifths and this led to the creation of the musical scale found at the root of most modern music it is important to note that according to pythagoras all musical notes were found by using mathematics and as such were given number values according to their placement in a kind of master grid for instance by using fifths beginning from note number one he was eventually guided to note 27 and to find the same note twice as high in pitch he simply kept doubling it to 54 108 216 432 and so on up the scale if you've ever heard of Pythagorean tuning you know that the number 432 is quite important to Pythagoras himself it probably wouldn't have stood out more than any other in his numerical grid but in our quest to find a universal language based on mathematics and frequency this particular note represents a significant piece of coincidental evidence you see many ancient musical instruments from Tibetan bowls to Native American flutes happen to produce the same tone a tone that vibrates at 432 cycles per second that's compelling but even more intriguing is the fact that Pythagoras was not calculating vibration cycles to find tone 432 it just happens to be the same number what's more for decades most modern musical instruments were also tuned to this same fourth octave a with a value of 432 cycles how could this be who