SWITCHING FROM OCTAVES TO SEPTIMES
From Latin and from the notes we know DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO – or C D E F G A H C – which is the so-called octave , where the note C is repeated twice, so there are only seven tones. And that’s why in dead Latin we’re going to use septimes instead of octaves.
Seven notes correspond to one line in the Old Slavic Boukovica. A Boukovica is a 7×7 matrix. So the seven rows of the Boukovica are the same as the seven basic septimes on the piano.
- The Old Slavic Boukvice has a frequency distribution of tones and each picture, each word has its own frequency characteristic.
- Your name has an Old Slavic pictorial transcription and can be played on the piano.
- Each of us can become W. A. Mozart, hearing and composing divine music that is in harmony with the whole universe.
- Activate the power that is within you and move from dead Latin to living Old Slavic Boukovice.
OLD SLAVIC BUKVICA IS THE LANGUAGE OF MY ANCESTORS
By starting to write, think and feel in the Old Slavic way, one awakens the holographic structure of our DNA – the memory of our ancestors.
- GENETIC CODE AS A WAVE LINGUISTIC STRUCTURE
- EXPERIMENTAL DEMONSTRATION OF WAVE IMMUNITY
- WAVE BIOCOMPUTER FUNCTIONS OF DNA
OLD SLAVIC BUKVICA IS THE LANGUAGE OF MY ANCESTORS … MAYBE YOURS TOO WHEN YOU WRITE IN DEAD LATIN … OLD SLAVIC BUKVICA (STAROSLOVANSKÁ BUKVICE) CAN BE READ PHONETICALLY, BUT MOSTLY IT CAN BE READ AND WRITTEN FIGURATIVELY – BY READING IT PICTORIALLY, ONE REWRITES ONE’S DNA, BECAUSE DNA HAS HOLOGRAPHIC, LINGUISTIC, WAVE AND BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES.