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Expansion on The Code by Carl Munck-Tangents

Updated on May 26, 2019
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My Thoughts on Carl Munk's Work

I ran across Carl Munck's "The Code" years ago. It was interesting, but not interesting enough at the time to do any deep delving into it. But recently I decided to watch it again, and this time came away with some interesting insights.

I began looking all over online for more of his work, finding very little of anything. I found one interview,and a couple of articles. I did find an interesting article about his work, from the website "Greatdreams" by Joseph Mason. This is where I found the research into tangents, and how certain numbers of cosmological significance align with two tangents.

The numbers are particularly important numbers cosmologically, geometrically, and spiritually. I started with the numbers, and the two tangents, 3.077 and .7265, that were shown on the Greatdreams website. I worked with the numbers, and started researching planetary diameters etc., until I started seeing real patterns and meaning.

Below is my expansion on the work of Carl Munck and Joseph Mason, who created the tangent wheel of cosmologically significant numbers and their tangents.

The Numbers and Their tangents, and the Patterns I Have Found

80 260 Tan +5.67 , 100 280 Tan -5.67 (Frequency 20)

72 252 Tan +3.077 , 108 288 Tan -3.077 (Frequency 36)

60 240 Tan +1.732 , 120 300 Tan -1.732 (Frequency 60)

0 90 180 270 360 Tan 0 (Frequency 90)

40 220 Tan +.839 , 140 320 Tan -.839 (Frequency 100)

36 216 Tan +.7265, 144 300 Tan -.7265 (Frequency 108)

20 200 Tan +.363 , 160 340 Tan -3.63 (Frequency 140)

With very little knowledge of frequencies, the only thing I could find that correlated with these frequencies was the BASS range of 20 to 140 hz. I think this is interesting, and worth looking into. Could the Pyramid builders move stones by sounding these frequencies? Are they the frequencies of creation? It is also interesting to note that 20hz is the lowest possible sound a human ear can hear.

Another note, as the frequencies ascend, the tangent descends:

20/ 5.67

36/ 3.077

60/ 1.73

90/ 0

100/ .839

108/ .726

140/ .363

There are seven frequencies/tangents in this group. Six around one, the fruit of life. And are these the frequencies of the seven chakras?





Planets, Galaxies,and the Universe Have These Tangents

Sun 864,000 miles diameter Tan 0

Mercury 3040 miles diameter Tan -.363

Venus 7520 miles diameter Tan -.839

Earth 7,920 miles diameter Tan 0

Moon 2160 miles diameter Tan 0

Mars 4212 miles diameter Tan 3.077

Jupiter 86,880 miles diameter Tan -1.732

Saturn 728,400 miles diameter Tan -.839

Uranus 31,520 miles diameter Tan .363

Neptune 30,600 miles diameter,Tan 0

Notes:

Yes, these are rounded numbers I am using for diameters. I think these rounded numbers are the "original design" of the planets, and as I will show next, orbital speeds, starts, even the entire universe.

Earth orbital speed 70,000 mph Tan .363

Sun orbital speed around Milky Way 450,000 mph Tan 0

Earth escape velocity 25,000 mph Tan -.363

Earth circumference 24,900 miles Tan 1.73

Earth radius 3960 miles Tan 0

Earth orbit around the sun 584,000,000 miles Tan 5.67

Earth to Moon 238,900 miles Tan .839

Earth surface area 196,900,000 miles Tan -.363

Sirius diameter 1,480,000 miles Tan .839

Proxima Centauri diameter 133,320 miles Tan -1.732

Alpha Centauri diameter 1,057,700 miles Tan .363

Diameter of Milky Way 105,700 Light Years Tan .839

Diameter of Known Universe 465.000,000,000 Light Years Tan 1.732

Square Root of Three is 1.732


Geometry and the Same Tangents

All of the platonic solids, and all of the regular polygons from triangle to nonagon, when their interior angles are added up, have a tangent of zero.

Platonic Solids:

Tetrahedron 720 Tan 0

Cube 2160 Tan 0

Octohedron 1440 Tan 0

Icosohedron 3600 Tan 0

Dodecahedron 6480 Tan 0


Regular Polygons:

Triangle 180 Tan 0

Square 360 Tan 0

Pentagon 540 Tan 0

Hexagon 720 Tan 0

Septagon 900 Tan 0

Octagon 1080 Tan 0

Nonagon 1260 Tan 0




On Carl Munck's Code

I watched "The Code" several times, and took copious notes so I could check his numbers for myself. I used Google Earth Pro, and only a single coordinate fit into his pattern, and that was at Stonehenge.

I used the Great Pyramid as zero latitude, like he did. According to his method, I added the actual longitude I got for Stonehenge, 1 49 34.37 W to the Greenwich Longitude for The Great Pyramid, 31 8 3.13 E.

With simple addition I got 32 57 37.50 W longitude for Stonehenge, with The Great Pyramid as the zero longitude. Using his method, I multiplied 32 by 57 by 37.50 and came up with 68,400 which has a tangent of zero. This is an interesting number, and fits into the pattern, yet it is different from the number he came up with.

I checked about a dozen other megalithic sites,and came up with a mismash of random numbers, and none with any of the seven tangents, and none that fit into the Code.

On His Other Work

Doing some simple math, I realized his mystery number 15.49193338 is the square root of 240. I started playing with the numbers, and started noticing the tangents, and some other patterns.

For instance, I found this pattern:

864x96=82,944 square of 288 Tan -.726

432x48=20,736 square of 144 Tan .726

216x24=5184 square of 72 Tan -.726

108x12=1296 square of 36 Tan .726

54x6=324 square of 18 Tan -.726

27x3=81 square of 9 Tan 6.313

Note the Tangent 6.313, I am unsure yet if this tangent fits into the patters, as I have yet to research the tangents of odd numbers. For instance, I run across the same thing with tangent .509 which may or may not be a part of the pattern. It is on my to do list.



Refining the Tangent Matrix

So far, I have found a total of 13 tangents, excluding the zero tangent. They fit into two categories, one based on nines, and the other based on tens. The zero tangent could be included in the nines category, but I have a feeling it doesn't go there,and deserves it's own category.

The chart below is the nines category. The "Frequency" is the numerical distance between the lowest number that has the positive tangent and the negative tangent. "Number" is the lowest number for the positive tangent. I will do a chart of negative tangents in the future.

There are nine tangents in the nines category. Note the distance between each frequency is 18, and the distance between each number is 9. Note also the ascending frequency, the descending number, and the descending tangent.

I multiplied all of the tangents, and came up with the number .9999.

Numbers included with these tangents are as follows: numbers with bases

3x3

3x3x3

3x3x3x3

3x3x3x3x3

After the base, you begin to multiply the number by two. For instance,

3x3x3=27

27x2=54

54x2=108

and so on.

A base of three doesn't seem to fit into this matrix, but that is still a work in progress.

Frequency
Number
Tangent
18
81
6.3137
36
72
3.0776
54
63
1.9626
72
54
1.3763
90
45
1
108
36
.7265
126
27
.5095
144
18
.3249
162
9
.1583

The chart below shows the numbers in the "tens" category. There are four tangents in the tens category. "Frequencies" are separated by 40, while the numbers are separated by 20. Multiplied, the tangents come to 2.99.

Frequency
Number
Tangent
20
80
5.67
60
60
1.732
100
40
.839
140
20
.363

Breakdown of a Single Frequency

The chart below shows the breakdown of a single frequency. I have chosen the frequency 108 for demonstration. "Frequency" is determined by subtracting the positive tangent number on the left from the negative tangent number on the right.

144-36=108.

36 and 144 are the lowest whole numbers with this tangent.

+.7265 Tangent
-.7265 Tangent
36
144
216
324
396
504
576
684
756
864
936
1044
1116
1224
1296
1404

12's and the Tangent matrix

!2's fit into the tangent matrix as well, in the form of 3+3+3+3. Below is the tangent table for 12's. Multiplied together, the tangents equal .99.


Frequency
Number
Tangent
12
84
9.514
84
48
1.11
132
24
.445
156
12
.212

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