A most unusual guide to the solar system, A Little Book of Coincidence suggests that there may be fundamental relationships between space, time, and life that. 29 Aug A Little Book of Coincidence in the Solar System by John Martineau, , available at Book Depository with free delivery. A Book of Coincidence, and its more recent incarnation, A Little Book of Coincidence of astounding geometrical relationships put together by John Martineau.

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I made the mistake of purchasing this book and 4 others by Wooden Books, as well as Quadrivium and they are all contained in Quadrivium. An acclaimed geometer explores the fundamental connections between space, time, and life that have not yet been fully understood. Author John Martineau has assembled a lot of evidence here for at least a divine plan of unspecified origin.

It describes fundamental relationships between the bodies in our solar system and how they can be mzrtineau mathematically.

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A Conversation on Man and Nature. View all 3 comments. This book is great! Oct 17, M. This book is part of the Wooden Books series, a beautifully-put-together collection of volumes covering topics – according to the back jacket – from feng shui and grammar to love, ‘the miracle of trees,’ dragons, and weaving. If you’re interested in this book and any other similar books, I suggest getting Quadrivium by Wooden Books. You can unsubscribe from newsletters at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in any newsletter.


One person found this helpful. Other books in the series. It tried too hard to be profound with a subject that’s profound without need for embellishment.

There are many beautiful little facts and coincidences in our solar systme that point to patterns that must exist throughout the universe. I found the matrineau on the ratios of planet diameters and orbits to be well presented and pretty coinfidence but the “spirograph” images representing the relative motion of the planets in their orbits and the epicycles, which the author calls “kisses”, left me a bit confused.

Speaking of Chiron — the object in a planetary orbit many astronomers wish to refer to as a comet — Saturn does a seven circle thing to This one may be small in size, but it is immense in scope.

But the pseudo-mystical way this was presented was a little off putting to me, and I would much rather the space been dedicated to ideas on why these proportions would occur. I bought this as a gift and the recipient loved it. Wooden Books 1 – 10 of 67 books. Little book with snippets of information that will broaden your thinking about the universe and make you want to read more.

From the observations of Ptolemy and Kepler to the Harmony of the Spheres and the hidden structure of the solar system, John Martineau reveals the exquisite orbital patterns of the planets and the mathematical relationships that govern them.

This book changed my life. Sure, that information would have been over my head, and it would have taken tons more pages to explain, but I craved that, nonetheless. Michael Banks – – Fithian Press. He doesn’t explain them and I found that to be a little frustrating, but it is self-admittedly a little book.


Sacred geometry, or astrophysics? Additionally, these relationships have musical correlates, as do the frequencies emitted by the planets themselves and the frequencies of their synods, sometimes producing exquisite two-dimensional patterns over time.

A Little Book of Coincidence

Small but stuffed with information. God is, by Inference, One Dot: The Almanac Lia Leendertz. Field Guide to the Ladybirds of Britain and Ireland 9. There are lots more coincidences covered in this book. Stonehenge, by the way, is the most visited place of any kind in Europe — every year more people visit the site than were present on the face of the Earth at the time it was constructed.

A Beginner’s Guide to Constructing the Universe: Ruler and Compass Andrew Sutton.

A Little Book of Coincidence in the Solar System : John Martineau :

The music of the spheres has puzzled some of the best minds in history. In the Solar System.

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He blends visual aspects into this book, small and large, of planetary rotations set in direct mathematical correspondence to musical octaves and scales.