In this painstakingly-researched and beautifully executed work,
with stunning photography by the author, JOHN GIBSON-FORTY
has given us wonderful insights into the nature of Prehistoric
Britain, whose greatly advanced civilisation and scientific and
spiritual knowledge utilised the science of cymatics in ways that
are barely comprehensible to us today, with choirs of dedicated
monks singing constantly on a rota basis for centuries, to
maintain the enchantment of the isles, form the landscape - and
possibly discourage the declination of heavenly bodies.
He takes us on a journey which includes Rosslyn where we
observe the music encoded in the cubes, and on to Hawaìi,
in a quest to discover the interconnectedness of all things.
Full Colour Paperback.
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