The Universal Song “Triple Number” tuning fork set.

The Universal Song “Triple Number” 9-tone tuning fork set is made to each of the nine triple numbers 111Hz through 999Hz. All of the ten most common and harmonious ratios (intervals) in whole number harmonics can be played with combinations of these nine notes. They are all overtones of the number 37 and the number 3, or 3 X 37= 111. Each of these nine notes has a specific name: 111Hz, 222Hz, 444Hz, and 888Hz are called A37+, in just tuning note naming. 333Hz and 666Hz are labeled E37+.The following are the whole number multiples of each note in this series, based on 37 as a fundamental:
3: 6: 9: 12: 15: 18: 21: 24: and 27.

The number 111Hz has been investigated as a cell rejuvenating frequency by many researchers. The physical constant of Hydrogen ratio 37:27 used as a fundamental creates the following series for these triple numbers: 81: 162: 243: 324: 405: 486: 567: 648: 729. The physical constant of Hydrogen is important for the behavior of light and matter. This constant value is immortalized in the Great Pyramid of Giza in the King’s chamber, where there are 37 blocks on the south wall and 27 blocks on the north wall. All nine of these numbers are core harmonics in the Gematria in the Bible as the numbers 3 and 37 are the two most common numbers in the Bible, and 111 is a product of these two prime numbers. The value of 486 feet for the total height of the Giza pyramid multiplied by the 37:27 ratio equals 666, the number of physical matter, a code for the carbon atom and carbon based life forms with 6 neutrons, 6 protons, and 6 electrons. 486 nanometers is the value for the Balmer M4 spectral line of Hydrogen, the exact cyan blue color of the rainbow and a key Pythagorean number of the ancient musical world. 555Hz=C#37+, 777Hz=G7(37)+, and 999Hz=B37+.

The ten most harmonious ratios, according to acoustic theoretician Arthur Benade, are, in order of “harmoniousness”:
2:1 (octave), 3:2 (perfect 5th), 4:3 (perfect 4th), 5:3 (major 6th), 5:4 major 3rd), 6:5 (minor 3rd) 7:4 (harmonic minor 7th, blues note), 7:5 (septimal tritone, diminished 5th blues note), 8:5 (minor 6th), and 7:6 (septimal minor 3rd, blues note).