‘Navire noir Perche’ is a fish in North America and is called ‘Bass’. Now we have a bass clef.
The highest c-note for a bass clef is the same note as the Lowest c-note for a treble clef. Same note, same sound, it’s called middle c.
Solfege hand signs shows that c, which is DO is depicted as a clenched hand.
Clue 2: My sixth is Hidden at the limits of l’ETERNITE.
Clue 4: My sixth is worth a hundred
The element number 100 is Fermium, Fm.
If we look at the Circle of Fifts, the same sector has A major and F minor, A and Fm. One song with sheet music written in this way is ‘Adeste Fideles’ .
Thank you audience! I’m dropping the microphone now.
Or wait, we need to find another Nave
During World War II, 1940, Italy declared war and France surrendered. Britain was worried about the ships that were in Mers-el-Kébir and decided to attack. The darkness shone. The only ship that survived was Strasbourg.
The Strasbourg escape route resembles a bass clef.
Sorry about that previous post. I just wanted to show how easy it is to come up with theories when you combine things at random.
There was a certain idea and logic behind it. We have seven notes and seven colors (three times green), so a certain note can correspond to a certain color. 780 I thought was infrared. Not in the visible light area.
Maybe the equivalent, however, is just Clue 5, or Super Solution. It should be investigated.