GREAT DIESIS REFERENCE BEAM
UNIVERSAL STANDARD OF HARMONIC PERFECTION
In order to know the current state of anything, it is necessary first to establish some standard of reference to compare it to. In the case of HRT our standard of reference is Harmonic Law, whose primary directive is the whole number ratio requirement between any fundamental vibration and its resultant overtones and undertones. With the Vector Farm Supercomputer we have access to 16 million frequency generators at the same time. In addition to frequency this process allows us to have full control of magnitude and phase as well. Using this capability we are able to create the algorithmic equivalent of a 100% pure harmonic reference containing 16 million coherent beams of light which are used to shine through the Portacle.
Since the Portacle represents a person's current essence, the resulting image produced by shining the Reference Beam through it represents a harmonized and optimized portrait of their essence. The HRT process is based on the discovery of a universal time base code that defines the “natural second”, as opposed to the arbitrary second we conveniently use to chop up our minutes and hours into 60 neat divisions of time. This naturally occurring second is called the Great Diesis and represents a segment of time slightly longer than one second. Not only does this provide a universal code for time, but also a fundamental frequency with which to unite all things via whole number ratio relationships.
Using this as the starting point to create a cascading series of harmonic overtones produces a new type of light we call the Great Diesis Harmonic Reference Beam. This process is in no way random. Each partial generator is tuned precisely to whole number ratios of the Great Diesis, and each of the generators has precisely the same amplitude, ensuring a consistent harmonic spectrum that includes all possible frequencies…16 million to be exact, with a perfectly flat amplitude distribution. In addition, all of the partials are fully and evenly distributed in phase space forming a 100% pure white light.
Organizing these partials and their phase space purely within the spectral domain ensures a continuous, gap-free distribution. Temporary fluctuations are merely the result of periodic phase cancellation between coincident families of partials. In addition, our proprietary algorithm fully distributes the phase of all frequencies evenly around the 360º cycle.
This compressed, zero-dimensional body of algorithmic partials - formed of a complete harmonic series at unity gain is collimated into a "beam" to pass through the Portacle "filter". The conditioned partials, having taken on the essence of the Portacle, are then focused back into a zero-dimensional point precisely at the vortex thread at the center of a flowing torus. After one complete cycle of flow, the whole of toroidal space becomes populated with the partials.
The Great Diesis Reference Beam is similar in some respects to the common idea of White Noise, which is a sound that statistically includes all of the frequencies in a given range. However, the GDRB isn’t really noise at all but light frequencies precisely and algorithmically ordered to the highest degree. In fact, if our perceptual “time-scope” could be extended, this wave would manifest as a periodic tone…it’s only our limited temporal scaling that prevents it from being heard as such. This is why we refer to the Harmonic Reference Beam as the world’s first “True White Light”.
For more information about the Great Diesis see What is HRT on this website.
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