The universe can be thought of as a giant symphony of sound, with each entity represented by a unique underlying numeric property or unique sound. All things are nothing more than an expression of something numeric or harmonic. You can see God in the order and harmony of the Universe. Geometry is God himself. The universe is a musical instrument and everything in it is vibrating in tune with the larger things that contain it.
The Uni-verse. Uni = one. Verse = song. Together, in all our own unique ways, we are all participating in One Song.
There is a connection between musical harmony and whole numbers. The sound caused by plucking a musical string depends on the length of the string. The interval of an octave is rooted in the ratio 2:1, that of the fifth in 3:2, that of the fourth in 4:3, and that of the whole tone in 9:8. By applying these ratios to lengths of a string on an instrument called a canon, or monochord, you can determine mathematically the intonation of an entire musical system. These ratios are governing forces in the cosmos as well as in sounds. The world soul is structured according to these musical ratios.
When a musical string vibrates at a fundamental frequency, it has just one wave in the string. When it vibrates at the 2nd harmonic, both the length of the string and the period of the vibration are divided by 2. When it oscillates at 34560th harmonic, the length and vibration period are divided by 34560. This is how harmonics divide space and time. The harmonics theory states that the 34560th harmonic is an especially important one in the entire universe.
When we do the calculations from the size of the observable universe we find that the 34560 harmonic derives the correct typical distance between galaxies. When we divide this by a further 34560 we get the typical distance between stars, then next time we get the distance between planets and so on. Eventually we get the typical distance between cells followed by the distance between the protons and neutrons within the atom. So the entire structure of the universe is calculated from this one simple principle.