“Michele, you must take care of Descartes”

“And why?”

“Because it’s part of your journey”

“Look, I read something, but besides being distant, I find it really pedantic”

“You must read the Discourse on the Method”

“But why?”

“Because in the Discourse, the Method is not there”

“And what should I do?”

“Finding it”

“As?”

“You will know how, you have a long way and system to do it”

“And why is it so important?”

“For three reasons all capable of interpenetrating”

“Dimmeli”

“The first concerns the true matrix of Proto-science. Currently we do not know how science

is really born. The second is the cause of the first, as I argue: whether the true forerunners

of the Science were the Rosa + Croce, both that Descartes was “initiated” by them. Then

establishing his true “method” means verifying my statements, on which they were spent

rivers of ink, for and against, by the most illustrious biographers. ”

“And the third reason?”

“It has to do with the Octave”

“What do you mean?”

“That you will have to establish it”.

A year later this chat followed a second one, this time with my publisher.

“Good morning, Gian Marco”

“Hi Michele, how are you?”

“Well, I wanted to tell you that I finished writing about Descartes”

“And so?”

“And so I would like to send you the file, to know if, in your opinion, you can publish”

“Send it to us”.

After a few days…..

“So Gian Marco, what do you think?”

“I think it’s definitely publishable”

“Thank you”

“But you know, yours is a niche studio, so I’ll print a few pieces and then we’ll see how

it goes”

“Of course Gian Marco, I know the times and what kind of crisis we are facing, so anyway you

I sincerely thank you “.

And here begins my article, because months before the release of my last bibliographic effort dedicated to the great Descartes, I thought it was necessary a “help”, addressed to all those who think, erroneously, that dealing with a similar theme is something reserved a few close friends, as not very understandable and not very usable.

I have therefore decided to give all the “means” to become experienced researchers of the Ottawa. In order that as many people as possible can approach my world, enjoying the same enthusiasm that has overwhelmed me for years, every time I have to put my symbolic talent into operation; whenever I discover and see, but above all I understand, the level of manipulation put into being, when someone, for humanity, has put on the plate an essential course such as … KNOW.

And because I’m sick of waiting for someone to officially call me to interact at any level, I’ll tell you.

Yes, let me tell you how easy it is… to unveil and do it for everyone. So, I advise you to bring some small tools and a few supports so that I can share with you the Descartes Code.

Yes, because the result of my research was the discovery of a code with impressive simplicity and

from equally impressive applications.

Then:

1. Choose a comfortable seat

2. Moderately pencil a pencil

3. Place a highlighter next to the pencil

4. Download a copy of the Discourse on the Internet Method for free

5. Download, (always free) copy of the first written, I think the most famous, of the Rosa + Croce

the: “Fama Fraternitatis”.

Now, look at the symbol of the Rose + Cross that I bring back to facilitate the task.

At this point you are ready.

You can read the Discourse.

I found it long, wordy, pedantic, but above all, useless, as the method so much reclaimed within it, with which Cartesio would have obtained all the scientific results present in the 3 treaties belonging to the Discourse (Diottrica -Meteore -Geometria), not it appears, it does not exist, it does not exist, it is not evident and the same thing was observed by the characters, a lot, but much more illustrious than me, like: Fermat, Leibniz, etc., just to name a few.

However, I advise you to reread the whole, emphasizing the times in which we quote a ………. number.

While doing this work, use the highlighter to highlight all the steps in which Descartes uses an interlayer where there is an identifiable interval with the following:

2 \ 3 – 3 \ 4 – 5 \ 6

In particular, pay attention to the way in which Descartes, in the fourth chapter, talks about the relationships existing between a triangle and a perfect being, involving in all this the comparison with the sphere and summarizing, chapter by chapter, the numerical-interval presence.

Now go to the Fama Fraternitatis dei Rosa + Croce and do the same work done for the Discourse.

You will notice within it the same numerical modality and intersperse, I would say amplified, of the Discourse.

Now go to examine again the symbol Rosa + Croce.

It can be seen that at the bottom, it is divided into 4 parts, each of which leaves some leaves.

To the left of those that will become the Cartesian Axes, there is a small fence divided into 4 parts, while on the right 4 hives stand out.

So the 4 is repeated 3 times, to remember the same interval appeared in both the Discourse and

in the Fama Fraternitatis.

Proceed with the examination of the leaves.

They are divided as follows:

– at the top, in 2 branches of 3 leaves

– at the bottom in 2 branches, respectively from 2 and 3 leaves

Adding all we will have from top to bottom: 5 \ 6 leaves.

Look now at the Rose.

It is characterized by 7 orders of 7 petals to which an order of 7 leaves must be added.

So we have 7, repeated 8 times.

It is sufficient to multiply this result to obtain the same number of leaves.

Consequently, the symbol Rosa + Croce has within it the same intervals as the Discourse:

2 \ 3 – 3 \ 4 – 5 \ 6

But with a thin, but terribly important, diversification, which I will try to treat on another occasion.

Now I would like to summarize the themes and the results placed within the 3 scientific texts of the Method and in the World, a work published posthumously, which deals with Physics in all the aspects known at the time of the French philosopher.

The following question was asked of Descartes of the Graves to Descartes:

“Assuming that the motion is conserved and that the space above the earth’s surface is empty, that distance will travel in an hour a falling stone, being known the distance traveled in two?”

Cartesio’s answer:

“I broke the question. In the isosceles triangle, the space ABC represents the motion; inequality

of the space from point A to the base BC represents the inequality of the motion.

Then AD is traversed over time represented by ADE and DB over time represented by DEBC. Note that a smaller area represents a slower motion. AED is a third of DEBC. So the stone goes through AD three times slower than

how much it does not do with DB.

For which:

If you represent the distance along which a body falls in time, as T1, according to the analysis of Descartes, the time T2, necessary for a body to fall for a distance of 2x, is equal to 4 \ 3 of T1 Numerically we will have: 2 – 4 \ 3

In 1628 he was asked again to “determine the length of a pendulum, whose oscillation period was equal to half the period of a pendulum with a known length”.

Descartes’ answer was as follows:

“Once I had made the following calculation: if with a one meter long rope the weight takes a moment to go from G to H, when the rope is 2 meters long, it will take 4/3 of a moment.”

Once again the same interval: 2 – 4 \ 3

In 1618 he took care of Medi Proporzionali.

Proportional averages are directly related to the millennial problem of duplication (2) of the cube (3). The duplication of the cube derives in turn from the Duplication of the Square, or Pythagorean Theorem, and both are connected to the infinitesimal calculus which, algebraically, was obtained from the Greek times, establishing 2 proportional means.

Numerically we have therefore: 2 – 2 \ 3

Following these studies, Descartes elaborates a Compasso able to automatically establish, with its opening, 12 Medi Proportional sides. Essentially it consists of 2 rules that mechanically act on 2 sets of 3 triangles.

Numeric point:2-2 \ 3

Shortly thereafter he transformed the same compass in such a way as to be able to solve the equally millennial problem of the Trisection of the angle, also connected to the mathematical infinity.

With 4 rulers he created 3 angular spaces, which were divided equally by the mechanical interaction of 4 triangles.

The device was built by repeating:

4 \ 3 for 2 times

And again, it creates the famous Cartesian Axes using 2 lines, which, intersecting each other, delimit 4 angles of 90 degrees, belonging to as many rectangular triangles.

From which it is evident:

2 – 4 – 3

In 1628 solves the long-standing optical problem concerning the angle of refraction.

In fact, we owe the law of refraction according to which the constant between the angle of incidence and that of refraction is equal to: 3 \ 2

From which:

2-3 \ 2

It then encodes the angular constant air-water and unveils the chromatic mechanisms at the base of a physical phenomenon such as the Rainbow.

This constant is equal to: 4 \ 3

Therefore: 2-4 \ 3

In 1632 he elaborated the 3 laws of motion from which Newton had the opportunity to elaborate his law of Motion.

Taking care of the circular motion of a slingshot, according to him composed of a series of straight movements he explains that they occur:

1. Along the tangent AC, if we consider only

the agitation of the stone

2. Along the AF circle, if we consider it

attached to the rope

3. Along the DA radius, if we consider that

part of its agitation that is prevented

from the rope

To these first 3 trends, it will add another 2:

– A long circle (VXY)

– The other radial from the center to the outside (DVXY).

Therefore, the circular motion is composed of a ratio of forces equal to:

3 \ 2.

It will keep secret, however, and will never publish a spatial law, rediscovered later by the great Euler and today known as: Topological law of Euler – Descartes.

It wants the 3 main characteristics of the 5 Platonic solids, compared to obtain the constant 2:

FACES + VERTICES – SPIGOLI = 2

F + V – S = 2Finally, I would like to add Descartes as God:

“The perfect Being is a Triangle (3), whose angular sum is equal to 2 right angles, or a sphere”

It is sufficient to add 4 rectangle corners belonging to as many triangles to obtain:

7

2-2 \ 3

At this point, you will be able to establish that the descriptive interlayer of the numerical-interval type of the Discourse is not a descriptive habit, but a Code, useful for expressing physical laws, many of which today have become official.

Considering then that this numerical structure is perfectly complied with within the “Fama Fraternitatis” published in 1604, it is possible to hypothesize a close cognitive link between Descartes and the Rose + Cross, but it remains to be established, both the true matrix of the interval 5 \ 6, that of the other two intervals (2/3 and ¾).

To these two questions, however, I will answer with the next article entitled:

“THE CARTESIAN LIST”

I just have to say goodbye and wish that your interest in Descartes can grow.

Michele Proclamato

L’Aquila, October 2012.

proclamatomichele@libero.it

www.micheleproclamato.it