Study tha Pythagorean Harp in Tepoztlan, Mexico Tha Rainbow Kanon Pythagorean Resonance Training
For many disciples and students of Pythagoras (582-507 BC), who coined the term philosophy, numbers represent the archetypes for nature art and science. Two and a half millennia later, jazz drummer and world music percussionist Jim Doney – with M.F.A from The California Institute of the Arts and re/creator of the Pythagorean Harp (Kanon) - concludes that resonance, and more specifically music, using the archetypal 13 tone spiraling Pythagorean scale in place of the closed 12 note tempered scale, is the progenitor of Everything including mathematics itself. "The true Pythagorean triangle is not tha version we were taught in school, but a sonic model of universal creation, a perfect map of tha source of dimensionality”. Pythagoras may have known something important about what we call nowadays "physics", of which our "physicists" of today only have clues. "According to the master Pythagoras," says Jim, "rhythym, vibration and harmony are the basis of mathematics and science, and not vice versa as has been thought by much of humanity throughout history. By studying tha Pythagorean musical laws, we can hear in tha strings of the Pythagorean Harp, or tha Kanon as it was referred to by tha original Pythagoreans, a mathematical revelation that is intuitive, subjective and exact.
Tepoztlan Mexico is a villiage located in a sacred mountain valley in central mexico with an abundance of legends such as it being tha birthplace of Quetzalcoatl as well as many contemporary sightings of UFOs. Tepoztlan has been tha actual home base of tha Pythagorean Kanon for tha last 23 years. Tha magnetism of this energetic vortex must be experienced because words cannot describe it. It is a fantastic place to receive your initiation or continued studies of tha Kanon.