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volume

noun: the loudness of a sound from a television, radio, etc.
noun: an amount of something
noun: the amount of space something fills, or the amount of space in a container
noun: the magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction) ("The kids played their music at full volume")
noun: the amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by an object ("The gas expanded to twice its original volume")
noun: a relative amount ("Mix one volume of the solution with ten volumes of water")
noun: the property of something that is great in magnitude

"...Volume is perceptible Space. Everything in the Universe has Volume, and there exists no perceptible Space other than that of Volume." [R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz, The Temple in Man]

Russell Dimensions and Their Relationships

Figure 12.09 - Dimensions and Their Relationships




Russell Dimensions and Their Relationships

Figure 12.09 - Dimensions and Their Relationships




In graphic Figure 12.09 - Dimensions and Relationships it is clear:

Relative Volume

Accumulating Dispersing

4+ = 1/8 of 3+ or 3+ = 8 X 4+ or 81

3+ = 1/8 of 2+ or 2+ = 8 X 3+ or 82

2+ = 1/8 of 1+ or 1+ = 8 X 2+ or 83

Numeric Progressions (units)

1st Dimension = Linear = 1, 2, 4, 8.. (Doubling, nX2)

2nd Dimension = Area = 1, 4, 8, 64.. (Squaring, n2)

3rd Dimension = Volume = 1, 8, 64, 512.. (Cubing, n3)

Volumes

Cube Volume = 1 = 13

Cube Volume = 2 = cube root of 2 = 1.259922 on side

Cube Volume = 4 = cube root of 4 = 1.587403 on side

Cube Volume = 8 = cube root of 8 = 2 on side


therefore

Wavelengths and Frequencies - Octave Relations of Russell's Indig Number System


IndigVol. UnitsVol. Calc Wavelength Example Octave
Note
4
1
13
1
1 cps
4
G as 4th octave
3
8
23
2
1/2 cps
3
F as 3rd octave
2
64
43
4
1/4 cps
2
E as 2nd octave
1
512
83
8
1/8 ccps
1
D as 1st octave
0
C## non-octave

Table 12.02.01 - Wavelengths and Frequencies

Showing linear versus geometric progressions as also other types of progressions (counting methods or scales).

See Also

arithmetical progression
Frequency
Geometrical Progression
Laws of Being
progression
Ratio
Reciprocal
Reciprocating Proportionality
Square Law
Table 12.02 - Length Area and Volume Math
Tone
Volume
wave number
Wavelength
12.00 - Reciprocating Proportionality
12.18 - Multiple Octave Progression


References
Calculate various Properties of a Cylinder

See Also

Area
Cube
Length
Sphere
Volume



See Also

Figure 6.17 - Areas and Volumes - Relations and Proportions
Secret of Thoth and the Missing Volume of the Wedjat Eye
Sympathetic Volume
Table 12.02 - Length Area and Volume Math
Volumetric Resonator
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