In this scientific work the author argues that the composition of wooden panels discovered in Saqqara in the early 20th century is a whole system organized according to the standards of proportioning (consistent with the musical tempered scale) in the Golden section. The compositions of the boards also depict measuring instruments including a "magic" wand which is a unique measuring device. Composed of two parts it forms a combined paired measure instrument which history has not preserved evidence of.
The well-known orientalist, academician Piotrovsky, said about The observations of I. Shmelev: "The research results give rise to no doubt whatsoever and present a notable achievement of a scientific thinking in the sphere of the history of civilizations."
Conducting a study of the composite structure of the panels in a multidimensional aspect the architect Shmelev comes to unexpected conclusions about the personality of the ancient Egyptian priest Hesy-Ra (in whose tomb these carved boards were found), which made an invaluable contribution to the system of secret knowledge carefully guarded by ancient priests. For this reason, a systematic presentation of the theory of harmony basics reflecting the principles of the world is not written in hieroglyphs but by veiled methods of geometry. And this indestructible language of the Universe allowed the author of the proposed publication to extract the code that encrypts the integral system of Harmony.