Taking advantage of all the good that social networks can give to people, today I was surfing on Facebook and found a video where Jacob Collier, English jazz young revelation, talked about harmony and about what he called super-hyper-mega-lydian, which is about an interminable scale made of Lydian mode scales where the lydian note (augmented four) is also the 7th of the next scale. For example, in C major lydian scale [C - D - E - F# - G - A - B], the lydian note (F#) is also the 7th of the following scale, so G is the 5th of C major but also the fundamental of G major lydian scale [G - A - B - C# - D - E - F#] so, it is possible to have a interminable scale
To this he linked the circle of fifths, because the transpositions of the lydian scale into other is made by the interval of 5th, C - G - D - A - E - B - F# - C# - G#/Ab - Eb - Bb - F.
George Russel talked about the lydian mode, as a possibility of transposition where it is possible to go anywhere, in his book The Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organisation. Also, Ernest Levy, in his book A Theory of Harmony, talked about the richness of the circle of fifths in the transpositions of harmony and how it is possible to go through the circle of fifths and make the transpositions sounding as natural journeys.