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Discussion of Metaphysics, Philosophy and Physics of Cycles
Harmonics Theory & the Cyclical Interconnection of Matter in the Universe

Reality cannot be found except in One single source, because of the interconnection of all things with one another. (Leibniz, 1670)

There are cycles in everything. There are cycles in the weather, the economy, the sun, wars, geological formations, atomic vibrations, climate, human moods, the motions of the planets, populations of animals, the occurrence of diseases, the prices of commodities and shares and the large scale structure of the universe. None of these are independent of each other. Research shows that very different disciplines often find the same cycle periods in their data. The inter-relatedness of all things is an idea who's time has come. The study of cycles is an excellent way to understand this because the periods of cycles are as easy to recognise as fingerprints or DNA sequences. (Ray Tomes)

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Cycles, Harmonics and the Interconnection of Matter in the Universe Introduction

There are many cycles and harmonics on Earth and in the Cosmos. For example; the cycles of the Sun and Planets, Earth's daily cycles / yearly cycles, Sun cycles (energy output, sun spot activity), water cycles; economic cycles, life cycles, menstrual cycles, brainwave cycles, Bio Rhythm cycles, etc.

So why are Cycles important (and interesting!).

For three reasons.
Firstly cycles tell us something fundamental about Reality, that at a metaphysical level reality must posses properties that cause these cycles.
Secondly, cycles enable us to predict the future, which is obviously very useful to us.
Thirdly (though this is more complex) both logic and cycles enable us to predict the future (1+1 = 2 will still be true tomorrow) which suggests that there is a relationship between cycles and logic / knowledge.

The purpose of this webpage is to demonstrate how the Metaphysics of Space and Motion and the Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) explains these metaphysical foundations of the Cycles (and Harmonics) found on Earth and in the Cosmos.
For more details see: Most Simple Science Theory

Below you will find two very good articles on cycles by James Harvey Stout and Rod Binnington. There is also a discussion of Ray Tomes' work on Cycles, Harmonics Theory and the Wave Structure of Matter. Hope you find it interesting.

Geoff Haselhurst

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Cycles, Harmonics and the Universe Cycles

The following short article is by James Harvey Stout (deceased) and provides a very intelligent and sensible summary of Cycles.

What is a cycle?

It is "a periodically repeated sequence of events," according to The American Heritage Dictionary. We can also call it a predictable pattern of occurrences, as in the upward and downward sweep of a sine curve. In some patterns, we see distinct stages of rising, sustaining, falling, and dormancy.

We find cycles in virtually every realm of life. They are in:

Science. There are cycles in physics, biology, astronomy, etc.

Psychology. There are cycles in emotions, brain activity, various behaviors, etc.

History. There are cycles in wars, politics, etc.

Economics. "Business cycle research" is a vital study for many governmental and private organizations, because a knowledge of these cycles offers opportunities for business success, personal wealth, and management of the economy. Some cycles are unmistakable, like the yearly surge in purchasing prior to Christmas, or the increase in swimwear sales in early summer. Researchers have found cycles in stock-market prices, economic depressions, manufacturing production, prices of various goods, fads and styles, real-estate sales, agricultural production, and other areas of economics and business.

The human body. Whether we call it chronobiology or biorhythms or "the biological clock," we can see evidence of our body's cycles:
Miscellaneous cycles: the 28-day cycle of menstruation, the 90-minute REM cycle of brain activity during sleep, the rhythms of the individual brain waves themselves, the cycles of heartbeats and breathing and digestion, the 12-day cycle in the muscles' proteins, the 128-day life-cycle of red blood cells, etc. "Circadian" rhythms follow a 24-hour cycle in the liver, blood pressure, kidneys, and other organs and bodily processes. (When we disrupt this circadian rhythm through airline travel, we experience "jet lag" while the body re-sets its inner clock to the new time zone.)
On a larger scale, perhaps life itself has a rhythm through reincarnation, with life following death following life.

Nature. There are rhythms in geology, weather, animal behavior, etc. We can discern many obvious cycles: the seasons, the tides, the moon's phases, and the daily alternation of day and night. We have also found cycles in other aspects of nature.

Miscellaneous cycles in Nature: tree rings, floods, rainfall, animal migrations (including the lemmings' mass suicide in the sea every 3.86 years), water levels in lakes and rivers, barometric pressure, animal populations (among all types of animals -- mammals, insects, fishes, birds, etc., and even microorganisms), and the 24-hour (circadian) rhythms of sleep and activity.

There are geological cycles (which can be studied over a history of millions of years) in the occurrence of earthquakes, volcanoes, and sediment deposits.

The solar system has cycles, in the planets' path around the sun, the planets' rotations into their own day and night, the rotation of our Milky Way galaxy, and so on. In a study by the Foundation for the Study of Cycles, sunspots were studied from 1527 to the present, and were found to vary in a cycle of 11.11 years.

How can we use our understanding of cycles?

We can prepare for events. For example, if we can pinpoint our position in a cycle, we know when to buy insurance, sell stock, protect ourselves against destructive weather (which would cause floods or droughts), take measures against forecasted political unrest, engage wildlife management to compensate for predicted increases or decreases in wildlife populations, schedule our daily activities to take advantage of the "highs" in our biorhythms (including those of mental clarity, emotional vitality, general vigor, etc.), and capitalize on the many other cycles which have been discovered. In Talking Straight, Lee Iacocca said, "As far back as I can remember, I've always been a strong believer in the importance of cycles. You'd better try to understand them, because all of your timing and often your luck is tied up in them".

We stop fighting the inevitable. While we can prepare for the inevitable, we no longer waste our effort in trying to stop the cycles. For instance, on the upsurge of a cycle, we don't resist "an idea whose time as come"; on the downturn, we don't fruitlessly try to prop up something whose time has passed. We adopt the attitude of "going with the flow" -- being attentive to the cycles around us, and positioning ourselves within them to gain the benefits during the increase, and then divesting our holdings in them when they fade. The latter is a lesson in detachment -- not the type of detachment which means uninvolvement with life but rather a full involvement in life, savoring whatever gives vitality and opportunity but then releasing it when it no longer nourishes us. This strategy is well-known among stock-market investors who want to buy a stock as it is rising and sell it when it is falling; if we approached the other aspects of our life with such "detachment," we might have less stress and turmoil.

Cycles can be difficult to discern.
There are many reasons for this difficulty:

A cycle may actually be a conglomerate of individual cycles. For example, the "economic cycle" is a generalization derived from many separate cycles -- the cycles of every commodity, every stock, every type of business and industry, etc. Because the stock market has stocks from hundreds of corporations (each having at least one cycle of its own), one expert detected 111 cycles while another found 230 cycles; overall, the stock market has a 9.2-year cycle, a 40.68-month cycle, and other cycles. In nature, we find an example of these "conglomerate cycles"; for example, the cycle of ocean tides actually results from two cycles -- one which is created by the moon's gravitation and another which is created by the sun's gravitation.

Cycles affect one another. We do not study a cycle in isolation; it is part of a worldwide system which intertwines influences from economics, nature, politics, etc. For example, if the cycle of international conflict is rising, a war would affect the price of stock in the defence industry.
Random elements occur. For example, an economic cycle will be disrupted if a nation discovers a huge deposit of gold ore in the middle of a cyclic recession.

Some apparent cycles are mere coincidences. For example, a valley might be flooded every three years during a nine-year period, but we cannot say that the phenomenon is indeed cyclic unless we discern many periodic repetitions.
Cycles are affected by trends. A cycle is not a circle which starts at one point and returns to that same point; some cycles never return to the same point. For example, if we are experiencing inflation (which refers to the trend in overall prices), the low point in the cycle of wheat prices might be higher than the highest point of the previous cycle.

Cycles have aberrations. Sometimes a cycle continues for dozens of regular repetitions and then -- for unknown reasons -- suddenly skips a repetition, or it inserts a speeded-up repetition which hurries through in half of the expected time.
Many cycles are not symmetrical. A symmetrical cycle would spend half of its time rising and half falling. However, many cycles are asymmetrical; e.g., their consistent pattern might be to rise 75% of the time, and then suddenly drop during the remaining 25% of the time.

Some cycles seem to be synchronized with one another
They rise and fall in the same amount of time, and in the same time-frame

They have the same time-length. We might anticipate that most cycles would occur in a random assortment of time-lengths (e.g., 2 months, or 3.5 years, or 14.83 years). However, researchers have found apparently unrelated phenomena which have the same time-length. In the book, Cycles, Samuel A. Schreiner, Jr., gave many examples; they included:
A 5.91-year cycle of business failures, combined stock prices, grouse abundance, and sunspots.
An 18.2-year cycle of real-estate activity, marriages in the U.S., flooding of the Nile, and tree rings in Java.
A 9.6-year cycle, for which Schreiner offered 37 phenomena, including worldwide precipitation, British financial crises, wars, U.S. cotton prices, U.S. wheat acreage, Canadian animal populations, etc.

They occur in the same time-frame. We might expect each phenomenon to have a cycle that rises and falls in a time-frame which is autonomous from the others, except in cases where (1) the phenomena affect one another (as when the cycle of rainfall affects the cycle of flooding), or (2) the phenomena are both affected by the same outside force (as when the yearly advent of wintertime causes an increase in sales for both the manufacturers of snow shovels and the manufacturers of ice skates). However, Schreiner noted that all cycles of the same length turn at approximately the same time; in the first example above, the business failures, combined stock prices, grouse abundance, and sunspots all increased or decreased simultaneously during their 5.91-year cycle.

Why do cycles occur?

In some cases, the cause is obvious; for example, the cycle of the seasons is caused by the earth's movement around the sun. But we might wonder (1) why other cycles occur at all, and (2) why some apparently unrelated cycles occur simultaneously -- or, perhaps, why all cycles don't occur simultaneously. The regularity and synchronicity of cycles cannot be happening by chance; they suggest an unknown force which governs the cycles. We can speculate on the nature of this cosmic timing mechanism and how it exerts its influence; in Cycles: The Mysterious Forces That Trigger Events, Edward R. Dewey suggests that the cycles might be controlled by the cycles of immensely long electromagnetic waves in a variety of wavelengths. Instead of our familiar "megahertz" waves (in millions of cycles per second), these waves would be measured in years (e.g., 3.5 years or 9.6 years); the rise and fall of these giant waves would cause the rise and fall of phenomena which have somehow aligned themselves with those waves, whether the phenomena are sunspots, or animal populations, or the value of a particular stock. That is only one theory among many which might be presented.

The study of cycles adds to our philosophical / metaphysical understanding.

In cycles, we discern structure, order, and pattern -- in a life which might otherwise seem chaotic and whimsical.
We learn that there is balance. For every rise, there is a fall; and for every expansion, there is a contraction. Then, for example, if we judge "expansion" to be "good" (as in an expanding economy), we recognize that every such "good" must be balanced by something which we might judge to be "evil," although both are merely two halves of a cycle.
We have an alternative explanation of cause-and-effect (i.e., "karma").

In various occurrences -- successes and failures, prosperity and poverty, surges and declines -- we might look for reasons, i.e., what we did right or what we did wrong. But if we understand the cyclic nature of phenomena, we realize that no matter what we do, cycles go on their usual course; for example, an economic recession has to occur despite the bolstering efforts of a national leader (who will probably be blamed and voted out of office anyway). This is not to say that there is no cause-and-effect in the phenomenon of cycles; something is causing the cycles to occur, and then the cycles are causing something else to occur -- but this is a different explanation from the one which we might concoct if we were fruitlessly looking for a material reason for an upturn or downturn.

Geoff - The Metaphysics of Cycles can be sensibly understood from the Metaphysics of Space and Motion and the Wave Structure of Matter.

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Cycles, Harmonics Theory Ray Tomes: Harmonics Theory
Cycles in the Universe

Ray Tomes is in my WSM Discussion Group, so I have come to understand his ideas reasonably well. His work on cycles and harmonics is fascinating. While I do not agree with all things he writes, nonetheless his knowledge of the Wave Structure of Matter is very good and I have learnt several important things from him (thanks Ray!).

The universe, believe it or not, is nothing other than a giant musical instrument with a very special but predictable pattern of harmonically related oscillations which determine the structure of everything from galactic clusters to subatomic particles. Although this theory is properly called the Harmonics theory it may be alternatively known as the Big Bong theory! (Ray Tomes)

The single axiom of the Harmonics theory is that ...
the universe consists of a wave which develops harmonics and each of these waves does the same. (Ray Tomes)

There are cycles in everything. There are cycles in the weather, the economy, the sun, wars, geological formations, atomic vibrations, climate, human moods, the motions of the planets, populations of animals, the occurrence of diseases, the prices of commodities and shares and the large scale structure of the universe. None of these are independent of each other. Research shows that very different disciplines often find the same cycle periods in their data. The inter-relatedness of all things is an idea who's time has come. The study of cycles is an excellent way to understand this because the periods of cycles are as easy to recognise as fingerprints or DNA sequences. (Ray Tomes)

The following is from a recent discussion between Ray and I on Harmonics Theory and its applications to physical reality.

Ray writes: Dear Geoff and All,
Geoff has criticised my harmonics theory work on the grounds that the universe is infinite and therefore does not have a fundamental period. Before explaining how a starting period can exist I want to ask Geoff a couple of questions.

1. Where does he think that the wavelength of the nucleon comes from?

Geoff - I am not sure about nucleus as I am not sure what a proton is. I assume that the fundamental wavelength of waves in space is that of the electron, which I see as the basic matter of the universe.

2. Why is it the size it is relative to the Hubble scale, the galactic, stellar and planetary scale, even the scale of atoms?

Geoff - Calculations show that size / wavelength of electron is related to size of finite spherical universe (within Infinite Space). See equation of Cosmos;

Ray - My answer to these questions makes sense and is totally able to be deduced without any fiddly parameters such as in standard theory.

Geoff - It is also deduced above by two different people (Milo and I) in two different ways, founded on One thing existing Space (Infinite Eternal and Continuous) and matter only interacts with a finite sphere of other matter in Space (our finite spherical universe).

Ray - It does not require that we know whether the universe is finite or infinite in either space or time. I think that Geoff's prejudices as regarding infinite are not bad ones, but we really don't know. At any rate, I think that I can prove that the universe is much more than 10^24 years old and is over 10^23 light years across.

Geoff - Here I am bound to rules of Metaphysics / Philosophy. That reality must be founded on One thing existing (Space) to explain the interconnection of matter in the universe. One thing existing is necessarily Infinite. This is the most simple path to explore.

Ray - Suppose that the universe is infinite. Then why would waves have a particular size? This question is as good for me as for Geoff. My answer is that there is a characteristic size that arises naturally.

Geoff - Well the wavelength must be determined ultimately by the Properties of Space (which exist without reason, they just are).

Ray - There is a redshift that correlates well with galactic distance (but not well with quasar distance). This appears to move wavelengths towards the red with time. In my view and in the view of Halton Arp the traveling waves do not change in length. No expansion and space warping and stuff. Rather, the frequencies of WSM particle waves increase with time. This can be deduced from harmonics theory but I won't do it here. So we see distant galaxies as at wavelengths that are redder than today's blue shifted (over the intervening time) laboratory wavelengths.

Geoff - I never liked this view, because in an eternal space / universe, the redshift would have moved to infinity over infinite time (unless there is a cyclical change over time). And it is necessary that if matter only interacts with finite sphere of other matter in infinite space then as matter moves apart it shares less of a common finite spherical universe, thus it must have less wave interactions with more distant matter, which must equate to less energy exchange, which equates to redshift with distance. And i cannot see how your Harmonics theory does not run down over time, as waves move to shorter wavelengths. Also where is the evidence that all these other wavelengths exist. If there was one wave (what was its wavelength to begin, where did it come from, how does it exist in infinite space) then all its harmonics should now exist, so we should have all sorts of different matter with different wavelengths, yet we don't. The electron / positron is pretty fundamental, only thing that has forces extending across universe (here I assume that proton is some combination of electrons and positrons, with one more positron).

Ray - The harmonics theory says that over long periods of time all waves form harmonics and therefore WSM particles will shift in frequency. After some interval of time the shift will be to exactly double what it was at a starting point. This exactly double is very important because at that time there will be a 1:2 relation between the laboratory wavelength and the wavelength of a galaxy that is at the
specified light distance - about 14 billion light years. These two factors have equal and opposite effects. Therefore a "universal" wave of 14 billion light years will be reinforced and more stable, because its 2nd harmonic (by far the strongest one in harmonics theory) feeds back with the original wave. No need for a wall at the end of the universe to reflect the wave Geoff! :-)

Geoff - I don't understand this. Sorry. And you must acknowledge that Harmonics theory is empirical, e.g. founded on how waves behave on a violin string etc. which is bound at both ends. To apply harmonics theory to space itself is not necessarily valid. Same as applying concept of 'flowing' space. Flowing is also an empirical thing of how matter behaves, not how space behaves.

Ray - All the other waves are then formed as harmonics fractions of this wave. However, the actual universal wave is much larger. This is only the Hubble scale wave at 14x10^9 light years. The universal wave is 1.482x10^23 light years.

Geoff - Ray, I think your work is very interesting, and I certainly do not mean to criticise it in a mean spirited way. I am just skeptical that you can apply Harmonics theory the way you do, I think Space is necessarily Infinite thus i don't think Harmonics applies, and there is another way to calculate size of finite spherical universe (in infinite Space) that both Milo Wolff and I have calculated that gives correct answers. So I would be surprised if it was wrong. And it is more simple (less assumptions) so I feel that it is important that this path is pursued. But I am not saying you should not pursue work on Harmonics, just be aware that its foundations are problematic, because they are empirical rather than metaphysical, founded on matter interactions which are finite / bounded.

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Rod Binnington on Cycles and Harmonics in the Universe - The future is a reflection of the past ... research into cycles, harmonics and the energies of the universe enhances our quest for understanding.

In an ongoing quest to understand Nature’s Law and develop a unifying theory of the Universe, my (RB) research focuses on the study of the cycles of life on earth, as an integral part of the woven fabric of the Universe. Stock market information, being the most detailed and readily available data-source, provides a convenient basis on which to study and to understand cyclic phenomena... a significant focus of the research remains being able to ultimately predict these unfolding market cycles. Astro-dynamics is an area of investigation which endeavours to integrate the harmonies of the planetary and solar cycles into the overall picture. Nature’s design is a continuing source of inspiration and fascination, while metaphysics encompasses those realms of the universe that extend far beyond conservative boundaries. During this journey of discovery, I continue to investigate the pathways of the mind, reaching beyond the boundaries which science and society tend to impose on our reality.
The search for knowledge is enhanced by bridging diverse areas of expertise ... bringing the bigger-picture into clearer focus.
Managers can learn by talking with employees, designers with botanists, economists with scientists, parents with children, psychologists with astrophysicists, ...

Market Cycles

Anyone who has studied economic cycles in any depth will have encountered the frustration of applying the concept of traditional periodic cycles to unravel the cycles of the past and project them into the future. Such traditional cycle analyses (like Fourier/spectral analyses) can shed some light on the characteristics of economic and market behaviour, but that light usually confirms that regular periodic cycles wax and wane in strength with time, but more importantly that they invert just when you're ready to believe in them! Traditional thinkers (who have remembered too many of the rules they learned at school) usually use this as the reason to assure their colleagues that anyone who believes that any market is ultimately predictable is a lunatic. Some even go so far as to believe that market behaviour is a random phenomenon! They are blind to the elegant geometry that unites all market behaviour whether it be a commodity, like Pork Bellies, or an index, like the DJIA or the Australian All Ordinaries Index.

The geometry that unites the time-price behaviour of the markets is linked to the relationships which describe the behaviour of atomic structure of matter, the growth of living cells and the clockwork mechanism of the universe of which we are an integral part. History has often confirmed that "the answer is simple", though the pathways to any profound answer involve complex investigation, freedom of thought and a touch of inspiration. E = mc2 surely is a beautiful example of a simple equation which describes a complex but universal concept. The markets of the world are affected by many complex fundamental factors... are they governed by a simple set of relationships? I believe they are.

Astronomical Cycles

Astronomical cycles can be either viewed in isolation, as an astronomer would usually view them, or in association with other cycles of life, as they have been viewed by many civilisations since we first gazed at the stars.
To ultimately understand the workings of any cycles, whether they be climatic, economic or personal, one should investigate the mechanics of all cycles. Nothing exists in isolation... the "big picture" can only be fully understood when one understands how the components link together. The aim of presenting the following information is to develop an understanding of astronomical cycles as they may resonate with other cycles of interest.
(As the web-site develops, explanations of the planetary harmonics and resonances will be expanded.)
A Short Philosophical Note - There is increasing evidence that we are sensitive, electrochemical beings living in an ocean of electromagnetic waves. We live on a planet within an enormous magnetic field which is pulsating under the influence of the solar wind and cosmic radiation ... surely we cannot isolate ourselves from such a "big picture".

Please bless this earth,
and the precious life that lives upon it.
Dismantle the anger in our hearts.
Fill our spirit with love and reconnect us all,
that we might live as brothers and sisters...
for indeed we are.
May the Light of Peace surround us...
Thank you...

Rod Binnington

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Cycles, Harmonics and the Universe Harmonic Links
Cycles, Harmonics & the Universe

Cosmology -The supreme task of the physicist is to arrive at those universal elementary laws from which the cosmos can be built by pure deduction (Albert Einstein, 1954). The Wolff-Haselhurst Cosmology explains a Perpetual Finite Spherical Universe within an Infinite Eternal Space. The Spherical Standing waves determines the size of our finite spherical universe within an infinite Space (Matter is large not small, we only 'see' the Wave-Center / 'particle' effect which has greatly confused physics). Huygens' Principle explains how other matter's out waves combine to form our matter's spherical In-Waves, which then deduces both Mach's Principle and the redshift with distance (without assuming Doppler effect due to an expanding universe / Big Bang). This also explains how matter interacts with all other matter in the universe (why we can see stars) as matter is the size of the universe, but we only 'see' the high wave amplitude wave-centers / 'particles'.

Physics and Metaphysics - The Metaphysics of Space and Motion Sensibly Unites Albert Einstein's Relativity, Quantum Theory, and Cosmology. This 40 page Treatise (written over five years) will be published in 'What is the Electron' (Apeiron, 2005).

Physics: Cosmology: Problems of the Big Bang Theory - Three Famous 'Dissident Scientists' on the many errors of the Big Bang Theory - Eric Lerner, Halton Arp, Bill Mitchell. Information and links to problems of the Big Bang Theory.

Physics: Cosmology: Edwin Hubble Space Telescope - Deducing the Hubble Redshift with distance from Huygens' Principle rather than Doppler Shift / expanding Universe. (Includes some nice pictures from Hubble Space Telescope).

Physics: Cosmology: CMBR - Cold Hydrogen in Space (not Big Bang) as the Cause of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation?

Physics: Cosmos Harmony Music Universe - Cosmic Harmony and the Musical Universe - The Wave Structure of Matter in Space explains how we live in a Musical Universe (on a Planet in need of better Harmony!). - Excellent summary of various types of cycles and comprehensive links. - Science of Harmonics By Jonathan Goldman. - Interesting website for women which helps track your monthly menstrual cycle. This easy-to-use service lets you: Keep an online record of your past menstrual cycles. View predictions of your upcoming menstruation and ovulation dates. Know when you are most likely to be fertile. - On the relationship between planetary cycles and business / stock market cycles, has some understanding of the Wave Structure of Matter. Human beings tend to respond to these invisible electromagnetic waves in the spherical resonating cavity surrounding the earth in such a way as to be modulated indirectly by the motion and position of the planets.,%201999.pdf - 'We investigated the phenomenon of activity cycles in ants, taking into account the spatial structure of colonies. In our study species, Leptothorax acervorum, there are two spatially segregated groups in the nest. We developed a model that considers the two groups as coupled oscillators which can produce synchronized activity. By investigating the effects of noise on the model system we predicted how the return of foragers affects activity cycles in ant colonies.' (School of Mathematical Sciences and Department of Biology and Biochemistry, Centre for Mathematical Biology, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, UK)

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