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To understand some of the features of the Fractal Edition, you may want to take a look at the foundations of harmonic creation. This can be done with the help of music theory or mathematics (Modulo Arithmetics, Prime Numbers, ...). Additionally, the manual of Cenon Astro offers some foundations regarding this topic.
Here are some interesting books.

Astronomy and Astrology

This part introduces books relating to Astronomy and Astrology.

Author, City Date Language Description
Max Caspar,
1938 German, English Kepler, Collected Works
Why not start at the same point, where todays science is ignoring the best parts? The collected works of Johannes Kepler.
C.H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung
Robin Heath,
1999 English Sun, Moon & Earth
A book from the beautiful Wooden Books series, exceptional for their short and to the point explanations.
This little book describes how Sun, Moon, and Earth are in relation to each other. Many details from the tilt of the axis up to the many precession cycles are explained.
ISBN 1-904263-46
John Martineau,
2001 English A little book of coincidence
Another book of the Wooden book series with a wonderful introduction to the precession cycles of our solar system.
ISBN 0-8027-1388


This part introduces books with a mathematical orientation on the topics of Harmonic Creation, Prime Numbers, etc.

Author, City Date Language Description
Peter Pflichta,
200? English, German The Prime Number Cross
Easy to read introduction to prime numbers and many of their eye popping features, like their grouping around multiples of 6.
Anthony Ashton
2001 English Harmonograph
A visual introduction to the mathematic behind music. Lissajous Figuren, Chladni Figuren and other harmonic patterns also found in the solar system. Another book of the Wooden Book series.
ISBN 1-904263-36


This part introduces books on Physics related to our topic.

Author, City Date Language Description
Buckminster Fuller 1975, 1979 English Synergetics
The Mammoth work of Nobelist in Physics Buckminster Fuller, filled with ideas to geometries and creation. Fuller is known as one of the last true scientists.

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