complemental pair

If we examine the line last quoted by the laws of life which regulate the foregoing scheme, we may compare it with the fundamental threefold chord of the scale of C and its relative colours,

C red rises

from the fountain key-note which contains in itself all tones. "Him first," the Son of God proceeding from the Almighty, and yet in Himself the Trinity in Unity. E, yellow or light. E is the root of B, ultra indigo, or black. "Him midst," the Almighty Father, the Fountain of life, light gradually rising and dispelling darkness. G, blue, "Him last," the Holy Spirit, proceeding from the Father and the Son, Trinity in Unity. The Son of God and the Holy Spirit are the complemental working pair throughout the universe; each containing "the seven spirits of life." Red and blue contain all colours in each. C and G are a complemental pair, C rising from the fountain key-note which contains in itself all tones, and C and G combine all tones in each. In Chapter III. it is explained that all varieties of tones and colours may be condensed into this pair, rising from and falling again into the fountain. [Harmonies of Tones and Colours, Reflections on the Scheme2, page 44]

See Also

bidirectional wave pair
complemental pair
complementary pair
complementary pairs
divided electric pairs
doctrine of three pair and six tones
electrically divided pair of moving lights
Figure 15.05 - Nine Pairs of Gravity Poles
five pairs
four pairs
four pairs of projecting rings
moving pairs
octave pairs
pair of fifths
pairs of opposition
pairs of ring units
pairs of spinning rings
pairs of tones
projected light of spectrum pairs
seven pairing
thirteen pairs
united pair
universal division of sexed pairs
wave pair

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