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          RESOURCE
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          TRAINING
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           WESTERN
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A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

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          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATION
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      G. SOCIAL MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

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A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
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D. EASTERN
        
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A. ADMIRATION
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         D. DIATONIC
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         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
        J. MELODY
        K. PRIMARY RAGAM
        L. PUSHTU
        M. SCOTTISH          
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   P. VIEWER'S VIEWS

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A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS    
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
          MATERIALS
          RESOURCE
          R & D
          TRAINING
      B. BOOKS
      C. REPEC
      D. SSRN  
 08. QUOTATIONS
       A. WORDS
       B. PICTURES  
           ANIMALS
           BIOLOGY
           BIRDS
           BOTANICAL
           BUILDINGS
           FLOWERS
           FRUITS
           HISTORICAL
           INSTITUTIONS
           LANDSCAPES
           MONUMENTS 
           NATURE
           PLANTS
           TRANSPORT
           TREES
            SPORTS
            STARS 
      
C. VIEWER'S VIEWS 
 09. SMART-THOUGHTS  
      
A. ALEXANDER
       B. ACHIEVEMENT
       C. ECONOMICS
       D. LION
       E. PHILOSOPHY
       F. SCIENCE
       G. TSUMANI
       H. UNIVERSE

       I. VIEWER'S VIEWS
 10. SOCIO-ECONOMIC
       A. ARTILECT        
       B. BUSH

      
C. CONCEPTS
       D DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
       
I. SUMMARY          
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEW   
 11. SOFTWARE (SW)
       A. APPLICATION
      
B. ARTILECT 
       C. BOOTING       
    
  D. CORPORATE
       E. DESIGNS
       F. HARDARE
       G. JOB SW
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       I. ORGANISATION SW
      J. SW QUALITY
      K. SW UTILITY
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. VIEWER'S VIEW      
 12.  STARS & SKY     
      
A. ASTRONOMY
       B. CONSTELLATIONS
           INDIAN
           WESTERN
       C. ENMALISP
       D. GREEK ALFA
       E. MID NORTH
       F. NORTH NORTH
       G. STARS
            INDIAN
            WESTERN 
       H. SUN
       I. VIEWER'S VIEW
      J. ZODIAC
 13. VIEWR'S VIEWS
       ABOUT DRVSRS     
       DEVELOPMENT   
       COUNTRY
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       INNOVATION
       MANAGEMENT
       MOTIVATION
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       NAMES
       PRODUCTIVITY
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       QUOTATIONS
       SOFTWARE
       STARS
       TOPICS 
       VIEWER'S VIEWS
       WEB CLASSES
 14. KEY-WORDS
        FAQ   A TO Z
       ANIMATIONS
       FLAGS
       HAPPY
       JOKES
       MELODIES
       QUOTATIONS
 15. DR.VSRS
       A. ABOUT 
       B. ACADEMIC
       C. ACHIEVEMENT
       D. ASSIGNMENTS
       E. ASSISTANCE
       F.
BOOKS
       G. CDB, BARBADOS
       H. CFTC, LONDON
       I CONTACT          
      J.  FAMILY TREE
       K.  HOME  
       L. INNOVATIONS
       M. ISO 90001:2000
       N. NOBEL 
       O. PRIME PAPERS
       P. QUALITY AUDITOR
       Q. SITE MAP
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      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY

 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATION
          EXAMPLES
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      G. SOCIAL MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
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7 Diatonic Forward  & 5 Tempered Backward Steps - on Karnatak 17 Key Board
( 0 to 16 - Hexoctal.  Designed by the Author)
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Thara (Synchronisation of Thalam or Beats & Ragam or Melody )
 

FROM VIEWER'S VIEWS 
Is it correct to give same note sound to two different keys ? I can't say my D and D# are on the same key. So how Karnatak music can be full with mixed sound notes on same key ? Cathy Gorden Phillip
I am wrong in line with the public practice and available configuration of the Key Boards.I have designed an ideal Key Board to correctlyplay the notes in Karnatak Music. I am adding this to my "Hexoctal" Page with due acknowledgement to you -  DR.VSRS
I am also seeing many information about music therapy, music healing etc..in TV, News papers, Internet etc... Are they true or just an illusion ? - Nusrath Ali Bangash
It is possible to find a mixture of sound waves of different frequencies to bring an optimum relaxation as well as a good/happy feeling DR.VSRS

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01.  INTRODUCTION.       02.  CONCEPTS  OF  MUSIC.  
 
03.  ARITHMETIC OF KARNATAK  MUSIC.

04.  KARNATAK MUSIC AS A BASE FOR INNOVATION.   
UNIVERSE OF VIBRATION 
 
05.  PRACTICAL  HIGHLIGHTS  FOR  FURTHER DEVELOPMENT

    01. INTRODUCTION

01A.  CONCEPTS  OF MY LATE MOTHER - KADAYAM   KASTHURI  KALYANI  
          ( KKK- 3 )

  • Mathematics,  frames the base of Permutations and Combinations under ideal conditions. Karnatak Music demonstrates its practical Utility, Smoothness and Melody, through the frames of Ragas.

  • Music,  through Sonic Notes are Frequency modulated ( FM ). The beats to which they are tuned, is Amplitude Modulated ( AM ). Hence, a properly presented musical program is an integrated AMFM in dimension.

  • Holy Sama Vedham has  acoustically optimised MUSICAL  verses to Resonate and Revitalise the organ functions of all species in the Universe.

  • If you master the basic Ragas of Karnatak Music, then you will perceive, understand, and  enjoy the Arabic, Eastern and Western music through a third dimension of Raga combinations.   Ultimately you could participate and innovate in  all other music formations of the World.

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01B.  MY PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES

  • String and Acoustic instruments could present a more ideally smoothened melodies than any other instrument. It is because of their capability to link two notes with intricate and un-defined in-between notes.
    { Note : Human Voice is an Acoustic organ }.

  • Every animate and in-animate thing ( Biological, Botanical, Mammal and all other objects ) in the universe has a Sonic resonance frequency. If it is made to vibrate and resonate with its native frequency, it is re-vitalised to its full potential and attains a considerable reduction in Physical age. Music introduces this effect.

  • Having lived near a Masjid for considerable time, I experienced that Holy Quran has  acoustically optimised verses,    juxta-positioned  to Resonate and Revitalise the organ functions of all species in the Universe.                                                                                                         (GO TOP)
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 02.  CONCEPT OF MUSIC    SHOPPING
MUSICAL UNIVERSE

02A.  NATURAL  MUSICAL SCALE   / DIATONIC SACLE.

  1. Sound, produced and fitted into a pre-set order and discipline is Music.

  2. Any thing which follows certain order and discipline can be expressed in Arithmetic formats.

  3. Music was first streamlined in the form of Natural or Diatonic Scale, with pre-set music intervals between the notes, They are 7 Notes represented by C, D, E, F, G, A, B in the Western, and as SA, RI, GA, MA, PA, DHA, NI in Karnatak Music of India.. These correspond to the White keys of any musical organ. The C ( SA ) could start at any frequency, but the intervals upward towards B should be as prescribed.

  4. As seen in the above Diagram, these base notes propagate into 7 directions from a central point, the origin of music production.

  5. These set of 7 Notes are repeated, in such a way that the next C is double frequency of the previous C   So the next D to B are double   the previous D to B. These are called the first Octaves.

  6. Similarly the Second, Third etc... Octaves are made.   Higher the Octave level, shriller the note. In the above diagram, these re-circulate with higher and higher frequencies.

02B.  EQUALLY  TEMPERED SCALE.

Since the Natural or Diatonic Scale has notes pre-fixed with longer intervals and an ideal music production needs the use of certain in-between notes. The London International Conference during 1939, agreed to accept an Equally Tempered Scale. This had the following features.

  1. Between the Base  C and the Octave C, a set of 11 notes are introduced. ( In place of 6 Notes in the Diatonic Scale ). They are C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B
    ( # denotes Sharp ).

  2. The frequency of the Octave C remains as Double the Base C. Similarly for D to B. Thus the Octave interval is the same as Diatonic Scale.

  3. The interval between any two notes is  fixed as 12th Root of 2  or 1. 0595.

  4. The Newly introduced 5 Notes ( C#, D#, F#, G#, F# ) correspond to the Black keys in any musical organ.

  5. It could be seen from  the above diagram, how the total 12 notes fit in a circle to a multi-directional Musical frame, with the Sound origin in the centre.                                     (GO TOP)
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03.  ARITHMETIC  OF   KARNATAK MUSIC   SHOPPING

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Karnatak Music, the innovative primitive music of  South India,  used the Permutation and Combination of the 7 Notes of  the Diatonic Scale with the added 5 Notes of the Equally Tempered Scale.  Each set of   possible combination was designated as a Ragam. Each Ragam has a Number and Name. The innovation in this design are very interesting.

  1. Each Ragam is represented by a combination of Notes Forward ( Base C to Octave C, called Arohanam )  plus a combination of notes Backward
    ( Octave C to Base C, called Avarohanam )

  2. Reference notes ( called Sruthi ) are Base C, G and Octave C ( SA-PA-SA ).

  3. Notes Forward start from Base C and move  towards B.  Notes Backward start from Octave C and and move  towards C#.

  4. Thus the combination is presence or absence of 12 Notes forward and 12 notes backward.

  5. This could be numerically represented by a 24 digit code which I have designate as a HexOctal Code ( Hexa Decimal is 16 and Octal is 8 ). If the presence of a note is 1 and the absence of a note is 0, then it is represented by a 24 digit Binary Code, understood by any Computer.

  6. The Notes Forward + the Notes Backward together forms a   Ragam, depending upon which combination of notes  ( White or Black Key notes ). Each Ragam is  generated by a maximum of 14 or less of the total 24 notes.  Each Ragam is  numbered as well as named.

  7. With the HexOctal , each Ragam could be assigned a 24 Digit Binary Code.

  8. With all the 7 Notes Forward  + 7 Notes backward in various combination (of White and Black Keys ) it is possible to generate 72 Ragams . These are called the Primary Ragams ( Called Melakartha Ragams in Karnatak Music, because of their whole-ness with all 14 Notes ).

  9. It is possible to drop one or more  Notes in the Forward as well as one more notes in the Backward direction. . These result in new Secondary-Ragams (called Janya Ragams )  The following table summarises the 34,766 possible Ragams by these permutations, up to 2 drops (  7-2 = 5 ).

NOTES RAGAMS
Forward Backward
7 7 72 PRIMARY
7 6   6 483 SECONDARY RAGAMS FOR EACH PRIMARY RAGAM 

TOTAL   

483 X 72 = 34,766 SECONDARY RAGAMS

 

 

7 5 15
6 7 6
6 6 36
6 5 90
5 7 15
5 6 90
5 5 225
TOTAL 483
  • REFERENCE : Ganamrutha Varna Malika (Expanded - September 1991),         
    By : Sangeetha Kalanithi A.S.Panjabhakesa Iyer, Principal, Bharathiya Music College, Bombay 400 022. India. Pages 1-2, 13 to 16.

  1. It is possible to drop 3 also ( 7- 3 = 4  Note combination ), and get 7-4, 6-4, 5-4, 4-7, 4-6, 4-5 and 4-4. It will add another 1,280 Secondary Ragams, called Janya Ragams. Then the Total Secondary Ragams are

( 483 + 1,280 ) = 1,763  X 72 = 126,936 Possible combinations Ragams.          
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  04.   KARNATAK MUSIC AS A BASE FOR INNOVATION SHOPPING

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Playing the notes as per the   Forward and Backward specifications of the Ragams, results in an ideal Classical Music. The classical music attracts its own group of audience.

But to get into popular music of a large-volume mass appeal, it is customary and necessary to mix the notes belonging to different Ragams,  with logical and melodious combinations.

To innovate into the Musical world, by understanding of the Arithmetics of Karnatak Music, and the Ragams, the  methodology is very simple.

  1. Understand and be clear of the 72 Primary Ragams.  ( Automatically you will relate the Secondary Ragams to the Primary origin by hearing the Note combinations ).

  2. Whenever you hear any music ( Of any Country, Region, Language etc...) try to find the appearance of all possible Primary Ragam combinations ( It could be 1 or more ).

  3. Once you have fairly de-ciphered it, then you automatically know the name of the Ragam / Ragams, and how they are inter-spaced in the song.

  4. Then intutively you know the  Note combinations Forward and Backward.

  5. Using this note combination rule, you can easily reproduce the original song with its inherent Melodies and Rhythms.

  6. Then you can apply the Arithmetics of Karnatak Music, and innovate on the song.

ARABIAN  MUSIC

In the musical world, Arabian music occupies an Ancient, Prime and Unique position, because of its origin from the Dancing Gypsies of Egypt, the historically old African continent. 

Beating an instrument  produces a combination of  sounds, depending upon the angle, pressure and the spot on which one beats. Hence it is audio modulated, within a fixed frequency, to which the instrument is tuned.  On the other side, a tune is a combination of different frequencies (Notes) within a fixed amplitudes (Base and Octaves), and hence it is frequency modulated.

Every musical presentation has a Tune and an accompanying Beats. In all the musical presentations of the world, the Beats are set to suit the tunes, while in the Arabian Music, the beats play a primary role, and the tunes are blended into the flow of  the beats, which provides the base for a dance and the associated steps.  Hence, Arabian Music has certain musical sounds and notes not defined in the Diatonic or Equally tempered scale. They are beat synchronising sound formations. 

Hence, in Arabian Music, one could find a conjunction   and perfect synchronisation of the  music and  the associated beats. (What you are listening now)

A large number of Arabian melodies could be grouped into the following two Karnatak Ragams.

  • Primary Ragam 27 - Nata Bhairavi (North Indian) - Sarasaangi (Karnatak).

  • Primary Ragam 22 - Harahara Priya.

  • This blend used all the 7 White Keys (Diatonic scale) and only 3 Black Keys.  

Mellifluous blend of Arabian tunes in Indian Music could be perceived  from the old (1940s to1960s) Indian Hindi Film songs directed  by O.P.Nayyar (Click to Listen-TuneM1), with   Asha Bhonsle (Click to Listen-TuneM2) and Mohammed Rafi (Click to Listen-TuneM3) as the prime playback singers.  He optimally set most of  these melodies to the 3 Beats accompaniment (Waltz of Western, Roopka Thalam of South Indian Karnatak and Theen Thal of North Indian Music), which provides  the most suited rhythm for  Ball Room dancing steps.
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Asha Bhonsle of India, Noorjahan of Pakisthan and Roona Laila of Bangla Desh are the melody queens, who sang a number of Eastern Light tunes, with the best of Arabian blend.

The O.P.Nayyar styled Asha Bhonsle's music can be enjoyed in the light music by Peenaz MasaniShe appears randomly in Sony / Sahara TV programs from India.

EASTERN  MUSIC

In Indian Music, Eastern Music refers to the Asian, East and Far-East musical concepts. It separately identifies the three main   Indian, Chinese and Japanese (Mangolian) blends. It is because of the exchange of visitors and Explorers in the ancient time from these regions, with the prime motive of knowledge gain and trade, unlike the European teams, who came to colonise and capture these regions.

WESTERN  MUSIC

In India, the term Western Music covers the European and Far Western (American, Caribbean etc...) musical formations.   Because of the British rule,  there was always an attempt by the Indian Karnatak musical experts to blend the Western patterns of notes, in Karnatak music. 

Shri Madhurai Mani Iyer of Madras, India, was a pioneer to format and present a full-blend of English note formed purely by the Karnatak musical Raga combinations (Click to Listen-TuneM4) . This blend optimally mixed the following Ragams in upward and downward combinations, as required.

  • Primary Ragam 11 - Kokila Priya.  

  • Primary Ragam  28 - Harigambhothi.   

  • Primary Ragam  65 - Mecha Kalyani.

  • This blend uses all the 7 White Keys (Diatonic scale) and only 4 Black Keys  

  • From HMV Stereo Cassette Tape# STHVS 847760, The Gramophone Company of India Ltd, 1983

"Madhurai Mani Iyer built up a vast repertoire of compositions of various kinds, but his forte was swara singing.   This feature of Karnatic music is the inherent tonal relationship of a raga   delineated through solfa passages. Mani Iyer evolved an unusual pattern of weaving notes of a raga into a fabric of melodic and rhythmic consonance".

This guideline could be further extended to explore more applications. For Example, the popular English Melody KE SARA SARA (Clck to Listen-TuneM5) has the combinations  of the following Ragams.

  • Forward   :  Primary Ragam No 65 - Mecha Kalyani.

  • Backward : Primary Ragam No 28. Harigambhothi.

  • This uses all the 7 White Keys (Diatonic scale) and only 2 Black Keys

By this identification tags, the song can be played by anybody, using the designated Note ( Key ) combinations.

  • The forward and Backward order of Ragams could be inter-changed to hear the new Rhythm.

  • One up and one down ( 66, 64 ) Ragams in the forward and the same in backward
    ( 29,27 ) Note combination of the Ragams  could be tried to compose a new melody having the flow of the original song.   The forward and Backward order of these new Ragams could be inter-changed to hear an entirely  new Rhythm etc......

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A) UNIVERSE OF VIBRATION

v   In this universe, nothing is static or at rest. Evan a stone is made up of molecules, which in turn made of  atoms. In a micro level, the particles inside an atom are Proton, Neutron and Electron.  The electrons inside the shell of an atom are constantly circling the Protons at the centre.   So are the structure of all animate and inanimate objects in the universe.  

v    In a macro level, the large planets rotate around another planet, mostly in an elliptical path or in a circle (Example – Earth around the Sun. Moon around the Earth). Any particle or matter in motion sets a  vibration around.  Every Vibration has a frequency measured in hertz (Hz)  named after the German physicist Heinrich Hertz. Frequency is a measure of the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit time (second).  

v     The self rotation of the Earth at 1 round in 24 hours is equivalent to 194.18 Hz = 91 beats per minute =  Orange red  colour = Note G - 24th Octave.  The rotation of the Earth round the Sun in 365/366 Days is equivalent to 136.10 Hz =  Blue green  (Turquoise) colour = Note C# (Sharp) 32nd Octave = Shadjam in Karnatak music.

v     Audible vibrations set the media around (air and other objects) to a sound wave. (lower frequencies).

Interval

Frequency Ratio

Examples

Octave

2:1

512 Hz and 256 Hz

Third

5:4

320 Hz and 256 Hz

Fourth

4:3

342 Hz and 256 Hz

Fifth

3:2

384 Hz and 256 Hz

LYRA CONSTELLATION

A constellation identified by the Greeks called “Lyra” (by the ancient Indian Astronomers as “Swara Mandalam”or Synchronised sound region) is a small constellation, in the mid Northern sky (30 TO 40 Deg N and 18.50 TO 19.50 Deg W).  It is visible in the mid northern sky.  It is surrounded by constellations Draco on the north, Cygnus and Vulpacula in the West, and Hercules in the East and South.  Lyra took its name from the stringed musical instrument Lyre.  The planets and the matters inside this constellation, revolve within “audio” frequencies.   The principal star, Vega (Abhijith in Indian astronomy, Aldhabih in Arabic) is a brilliant blue-white star, the 5th brightest in the sky. For the past few centuries, star Vega (Abhijith) in Lyra falls on the line connecting the space between the Zodiac constellations Sagittarius (9th - Dhanush) and Capricorn (10th Makharam)  to the north pole.

Vega was a tiny star far away on the sky. But in 12,000 BC it fell down to 25.3 light years height (Mahabharatha, Vana Parva, Chapter 230, Verses 8 to 11). It was the North pole star for a considerable centuries. But it slowly slipped to the current position between12,000 BC and 10,000 BC.  Ancient Indian astronomy recognized only 27 as zodiac stars. Because of the brightness, as well as to compensate the calculation of the Moon’s rotation around the Earth in 27 Days 7 Hours and 43.1 Minutes (Lunar month),   Vega was added as a part of the zodiac stars,  making the total to 28.  But Vega was shifting the position slowly and is expected to become the Northern pole star again by 14,000 AD. Hence Indian astronomy dropped Vega from the list of Zodiac stars, because of its non consistency.  (NOTE - In Sanskrit Abhijith  means  a non consistent personality.  The stars near the pole shift their position frequently because of a combinational effect of the changing tilt of the Earth's axis, as well as the star's  own movement on the universe !!)   
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Higher frequencies of vibration lead to Electro-magnetic waves, in which the visible colours (Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange and Red known as VIBGYOR) is in the frequency range of 4.3 x 1014 to 7.5 x 1014 Hz. The  higher frequency table is      
 

Spectrum of Electromagnetic Radiation

Wave Region

Frequency (Hz)

Radio

 Less than 3 x 109

Microwave

3 x 109 to 3 x 1012

Infrared

3 x 1012 to 4.3 x 1014

Visible
(VIBGYOR)

4.3 x 1014 to 7.5 x 1014

Ultraviolet

7.5 x 1014 to 3 x 1017

X-Rays

3 x 1017 to 3 x 1019

Gamma Rays

Over 3 x 1019

v     Thus the whole universe is dominated by waves of infinite  frequencies at
      different  points.  
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                  B) SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION.
                   SHM

v     A frequency of vibration represents the impact of a forces from 0 to a
 maximum forward and backward,  on a particle or object. This is called
a “Simple Harmonic motion”, mathematically represented by

                                       X = R Sin (P)

The shape of the vibrating matter is a "Sine curve", up by R and down by R, symmetric to the X axis. The angle P varies from 0 to 180 (PI) degrees.

v  TWO  SHMs induct complex motion on the particle if their equations are
                       
X = R sin (P) and Y = S sin (k.P + E).
The angular phase difference is E and the ratios of their amplitudes S/R causes infinitely more complex motions on the particles.  These are called "Lissajous figures". 
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                                       C-1) LISSAJOUS FIGURES  
                       AMPLITUDE OF X AND Y ARE THE SAME = R.
LISSAJOUS FIGURES

      Lissajous Figures were first described in 1815 by Nathaniel Bowditch (1773 -1838), who is best known for his book "The New American Practical Navigator"and available even today, in original version. He also wrote widely on mathematics and astronomy, while pursuing a career as a navigator, surveyor, actuary and insurance company President, as well as a member of the Corporation of the Harvard College. The optical production of the curves was first demonstrated in 1857 by Jules Antoine Lissajous (1833-1880). The Lissajous figure above shows the series in the first line of all possible figures as below.
                                        C-2) LISSAJOUS FIGURES  
                       AMPLITUDE OF X AND Y ARE NOT THE SAME
                                                 ROWS 2 TO 9

        LISSAJOUS ALL  
                          Note - Row 1 is the same as (C-1) above
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                            D) UNIVERSE : A QUIVERING UNDULATION.

 A) The entire universe is explained mathematically by the SHM and the Lissajous figures. The entire universe is dominated by 2 energy sources vibrating in SHM. The amplitude and the angle between  these 2 change in a slow, but in a synchronised pace. They are X = R sin (P) and Y = S sin (k.P + E).
 B)  
The energy generating source for these 2 Everlasting  SHMs,  is and a fixed total X and Y in quantum.  X could be  Bright or Gravity or Hot or Male or Positive (charge or magnetic) or Sound or in any dimension, one can think of.   Correspondingly Y could be Dark or Anti-gravity or Cool or Female or Negative (charge or magnetic) or Silence or in any opposite dimension, one can think of.  
 C)   
The total X+Y = 0 at any point of time.
 D
)     When R = S (As per Lissajous figures C-1 above).
         Note - Velocity of light in vacuum =  C = 299,792,458,000 cm / sec.
         e = 1 unit of energy = 1 Erg. m = 1 gram of Mass 
Expansion Cycle
 01) At E = 0
, the SHMs vibrate all particles and matters into a 45 right slanted straight  flat surface. The status is full of Simple Harmonic Wave energy (Mass = 0).  
 02) 
At E = 22.5, the SHMs vibrate all particles and matters into a 45  right slanted thin elliptical surface. This starts the energy conversion into matters. (gas, liquid, solid formation) within the shell space. 1 Gram of mass = 1 Erg / c2.
15% Mass (with Static, Potential and Gravitational Energy) + 85% Simple Harmonic Wave Energy.

 03)  At E = 45
, the SHMs vibrate all particles and matters into a 45  right slanted medium elliptical surface. This accelerates the energy conversion into matters within the shell space. 25% Mass (with Static, Potential and Gravitational Energy) + 75% Simple Harmonic Wave Energy.
 04)  At E = 67.5
, the SHMs vibrate all particles and matters into a 45  right slanted large elliptical surface. This distributes the energy and matters evenly into the total  shell space. 50% Mass (with Static, Potential and Gravitational Energy) + 50% Simple Harmonic Wave Energy. (Current status of the Universe )
 05) At E = 90
, the SHMs vibrate all particles and matters into a perfect circular surface. Now the entire energy is converted into matter within the total  shell space.  This is a no-energy status within the circular shell. 100% Mass (with Static, Potential and Gravitational Energy) + 0% Simple Harmonic Wave Energy.
Contraction Cycle

 06)  
At E = 112.5, the SHMs vibrate all particles and matters into a 45  left slanted large elliptical surface. This initiates the conversion of matters back into energy, and evenly distribution within the total  shell space.  
1 Erg  = 1 Gram X
c2. 50% Mass (with Static, Potential and Gravitational Energy) + 50% Simple Harmonic Wave Energy.
 07)  At E = 135
, the SHMs vibrate all particles and matters into a 45  left slanted medium elliptical surface. This accelerates the matter conversion into energy, within the total  shell space. 25% Mass (with Static, Potential and Gravitational Energy) + 75% Simple Harmonic Wave Energy.
 08)  
At E = 157.5, the SHMs vibrate all particles and matters into a 45  left  slanted thin elliptical surface. This ends the matter conversion into energy within the shell space. 15% Mass (with Static, Potential and Gravitational Energy) + 85% Simple Harmonic Wave Energy.
 09) 
At E = 180, the SHMs vibrate all particles and matters into a 45  left  slanted straight  flat surface. The status is full of Simple Harmonic Wave energy (Mass = 0).  This is the same as the status 01 above. But at 45 to the left
 E)   
Then the R is not equal  to S cycle stars. (as per Lissajous figures C-2 Rows 2 to 9  above). The combination matrix of Energy,  Matters and their shapes are infinite.
 F)    
The third dimension.
Universe is 3 dimensional.   When X and Y act in a synchronised combination, the Z   energy emerges from within in a third dimensional direction. It could be Life,  Intelligence (upgrading through experience), Survival ability in a given environment, Exploration etc…. Hence the Universe is in a three dimensional Energy+Matter+Conscience balance namely X+Y+Z or Spiritually A+U+M, the universal vibration. 
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 G)    
SUMMARY
COSMOS IN ENERGY+MASS+INTELLIGENCE BALANCEMatter can neither be created nor destroyed, but can be converted from one to another form of Matter or Energy or a combination of both, without any loss or gain, so that the aggregate quantum of Matter + Energy is a constant in the Universe.     All the laws of Energy are applicable to the Mass (Matter), and all the laws of Mass (Matter) are applicable to the Energy. Any object created in the universe is annihilated (destroyed / died). This is to continue the cycle of Energy to Matter and back, in a multi-dimensional Simple Harmonic format for ever and for ever !!! Universe is in a "Quivering (Shaking, Trembling) Undulation (Curved and back and forth motion, Simple Harmonic)" audio (musical), video (light+cosmic waves) and other cosmic waves !!! We should listen, see, get enlightened / motivated,  Merge with it and Enjoy.
                                              
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