Icosmo Clock

With the Icosmo Clock, we added motion to the Icosmo Matrix and focussed everything on the flow of time.


One can argue, if time as such is real, and we see it as something observable in actuality.
Terms like Creation and Evolution involve time. Creation means for example to build something, which starts at a certain state A and ends at state B.
Evolution means the progress of creation and also the morphological developments like in genetic evolution.

Everything exists in unison and it is the vision of Icosmo to develop upgraded and new applications, products, and processes holistically.

Actuality is holistic and Icosmo is helping everyone to eventually live a holistic life.

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Understanding the Icosmo Clock

The Icosmo Clock shows the entire 24-hour day in the form of a classical analogue clock face, with an hour-hand, minute-hand, and second-hand.
Each hour of the day has a colour, a musical note, and a Chakra related to it.

Quality of Time

By cross-connecting various systems to each hour of the day, we can discover the Quality of Time. Each hour has its colour, a musical note, and a Chakra related. Through the dynamic changes of the position of the Zodiac and the Moon in relation to the Sun, we are getting additionally unique relationships to the actual moment in time.

Decoding the Icosmo Matrix

The daytime is represented by the upper half and the nighttime is represented by the bottom part of the clock.
The first colour of the visible spectrum is Red and the actual start of the daytime is at the sunrise hours, therefore the colour Red is related to the morning hours. Progressing forward we divided the visible spectrum also into 12 individual colours, which are:

  • Red
  • Red-Orange
  • Orange
  • Orange-Yellow
  • Yellow
  • Yellow-Green
  • Green
  • Green-Blue
  • Blue
  • Blue-Violet
  • Violet
  • Red-Violet

The end of the day is at the sunset hours, therefore Red-Violet is related to those hours of the day.
The beginning of the night starts with the sunset hours and we visualize this duality between day and night by mirroring the colour spectrum backwards from the colour Red-Violet to Red.

The common division from one day to the next is the middle of the night, which is called midnight, but in nature, the middle of the night is not the actual beginning of the next day. We realized, that sunrise and sunset are the two turning points, which are observable and the new day starts with sunrise.

The Hour-Hand and the Sun

The Icosmo Clock uses the position of the hour-hand as the position of the Sun, which you can see as an overlay image of the Sun.

The Moon in relation to the Sun

You can see also an image of the Moon orbiting the Icosmo Clock in relation to the Sun, which is an accurate representation of the actual Moon Phase at any given moment.
In the event of a New Moon phase, the Moon image will overlay the Sun image. At the First-Quarter “Half Moon” the moon will be positioned at a 90° angle counterclockwise to the Sun, at Full Moon its position will be at a 180° opposition to the Sun, at the Second-Quarter the Moon image will be at a 90° angle to the Sun again, but this time at the clockwise position.

The movement of the Sun and the Moon in relation to each other is based on the geocentric view, which means it is how we can observe the movements of our planet.

The Zodiac

We also implemented the Zodiac into the Icosmo Clock and its animation is in sync with the observable movement of the Sund and the Moon through each Zodiac sign during the year.
The Sun will pass through each Zodiac sign for the duration of about 30 days.
This effect is caused by the constant position changes of planet Earth while orbiting the Sun, so the changing view angle gives the impression of the Sun moving through each Zodiac sign during the year.

The 4 Elements

The following information about the relationship between the 4 Elements and the Zodiac is taken from Wikipedia.

Link to the full article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrology_and_the_classical_elements

Astrology has used the concept of classical elements from antiquity up until the present. In Western astrology and Sidereal astrology, four elements are used: Fire, Earth, Air, and Water.

In Western tropical astrology, there are 12 astrological signs. Each of the four elements is associated with three signs of the Zodiac, which are always located exactly 120 degrees away from each other along the ecliptic and said to be in trine with one another. Most modern astrologers use the four classical elements extensively, (also known as triplicities), and indeed it is still viewed as a critical part of interpreting the astrological chart.

Beginning with the first sign Aries which is a Fire sign, the next in line Taurus is Earth, then to Gemini which is Air, and finally to Cancer which is Water. This cycle continues on twice more and ends with the twelfth and final astrological sign, Pisces. The elemental rulerships for the twelve astrological signs of the zodiac (according to Marcus Manilius) are summarised as follows:

  • Fire — 1 – Aries; 5 – Leo; 9 – Sagittarius – hot, dry, ardent
  • Earth — 2 – Taurus; 6 – Virgo; 10 – Capricorn – heavy, cold, dry
  • Air — 3 – Gemini; 7 – Libra; 11 – Aquarius – light, hot, wet
  • Water — 4 – Cancer; 8 – Scorpio; 12 – Pisces – cold, wet, soft

The 12 Chromatic Notes and their relation to Colours.

Based on the Cosmic Octave calculations of the Swiss mathematician Hans Cousto, we can convert any frequency into another frequency spectrum by the use of the octave principle.
This allows us to convert the frequency of musical notes into the spectrum of visible light, which is in the spectrum of THz (Tera Hertz). After converting all frequencies of the 12 chromatic notes into frequencies of the visible light spectrum, we were able to also add the 12 notes into the Icosmo Clock Matrix.

The 12 Chromatic Notes ordered by colour:
F#, G, G#, A, A#, B, C, C#, D, D#, E, F

Below is the Wikipedia excerpt about the Octave:

Link to the Wiki article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octave

In music, an octave (Latin: octavus: eighth) or perfect octave (sometimes called the diapason) is a series of eight notes occupying the interval between (and including) two notes, one having twice the frequency of vibration of the other. The octave relationship is a natural phenomenon that has been referred to as the “basic miracle of music”, the use of which is “common in most musical systems”. The interval between the first and second harmonics of the harmonic series is an octave. In Western music notation, notes separated by an octave (or multiple octaves) have the same name and are of the same pitch class.

The Seven Chakras

Also, the Seven Chakras are related to colours. At the centre of the Icosmo Clock, you can see a female and male human in a mediating position where all colours of the matrix come together.

Colours and the Seven Chakras

The following list starts from the bottom Chakra and ends at the top Chakra:

  1. Root – Red
  2. Sacral – Orange
  3. Solar Plexus – Yellow
  4. Heart – Green
  5. Throat – Green-Blue
  6. Eye – Blue
  7. Crown – Red-Violet