The Mad Doctor of Mt. Falcon
If you look out toward Red Rocks and see this white spot on Mt. Falcon, you are looking at mysterious Falcon’s Wing Estate of Dr. Charles Musès (aka Musaios), a fascinating local figure and a scientist whom I would suggest, was completely mad as hatters.
Dr. Muses certainly was a scientist, an author, a publisher, an archaeologist (arrested in Egypt for stealing artifacts in 1957) and a teacher of astrology, numerology and Egyptology.
In 1954, he built the 2 and a half story, 6,500 sq. ft. Falcon’s Wing Egyptian mystery school on a beautiful 640 acre lot on Mt. Falcon with possibly thee best view of Denver. He supposedly designed the structure on the convergence of seven “ley lines” and according to ancient sacred geometry, with each room designed to resonate different harmonics for different purposes. The walls were made of 8″ cement block with reinforced steel, not because these were inexpensive materials, but because concrete walls facilitated his idea that “human anatomy could be rearranged or altered by reaching a high spiritual state of consciousness, creating the body to resonate at a higher vibration, thereby allowing a human being to pass through the walls.” That said, Falcon’s Wing did have doors as well.
From the description when it went on sale years ago:
“6 bedrooms, 3 libraries. 3 fireplaces, a huge two story master suite, and a 22′ by 25′ ascension room with 18′ rounded ceiling and a cathedral window overlooking the Denver city lights. The living room is 20′ by 30′ and has natural woodwork and wood ceiling beams. The first floor living areas, including the kitchen, have oak floors.”
While he was running this mystery school, he also started a publishing company called Falcon’s Wing Press based out of Indian Hills, which published many esoteric books such as The Septuagint Bible, Prismatic Voices-Wings of Myrahi, and Esoteric Teachings of the Tibetan Tantra.
1959 Denver Post ad for Falcon’s Wing Press
He moved out of the school around 1961, but it continued as a mystery school for decades after. After leaving the school, the mad Dr. Muses went on to develop the concept of Hypernumbers (which you can boggle your mind by following this link), Chronotopology (where you learn to measure the “qualitative multidimensional structure of time waves”) and he developed a Shamanistic movement called The Lion Path, which still has it’s adherents today.
Maybe he wasn’t mad, maybe it’s just my limitations that keep me from being able to understand such high concepts. Here is a sample of complex papers and articles that this man wrote so you can decide: The Geometry of Equi-Infinitesimals, Inherently Solution Seeking Processes Irrespective of Initial Value, The topology of the zeroth dimension, Hyperspheres and dimensionality, The concept and calculus of an operational continuum, An explicit formulation for the value of a fractional factorial, A concept of integration capable of integrating the Heaviside unit function, Systemic stability and cybernetic control: an introduction to the cybernetics of higher integrated behavior, The noetic relevance of psychoactive molecules, Altering states of consciousness by mathematics, Fractional dimensions and their experiential meaning, Communication of Consciousness Necessitates the Vacuum as Transducer, Psychotronic Quantum Theory: A proposal for understanding mass/spacetime/consciousness transductions in terms of extended quantum theory, The use of infinite numbers to make explicit the poles of the factorial function.
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