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Walter Russell's Periodic Table of Elements. Get more Russell at https://walter-russell.zeef.com

Diagram of ten octave cycle of integrating and disintegrating light units into atomic systems called the "elements of matter"

a box vox round-up of extremely polyhedral egg cartons — structural packaging for nature's "perfect package"

Geometry of the egg, showing the relationship of Phi Proportion, or Golden Number.

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Golden Mean Ratio: The golden ratio describes the relationship between two proportions. The ratio between subsequent Fibonacci numbers approaches the Golden Ratio, denoted by the Greek letter Phi.

Fibonacci EPP? ... maybe for piecing quilts?

two ways to draw a perfect Fibonacci spiral: with squares and with triangles

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Sacred Geometry: The Musical Spiral of Frequency, Color, and Light (Universal Tuning 432 Hz)

A logarithmic spiral defined by successive terms in teh Fibonacci sequence, from http://letsgetvisualvisual.wordpress.com/2012/02/21/1-618/


Fibonacci Spiral - Golden Spiral Logarithmic spiral whose growth factor is φ, the golden ratio - gets wider (or further from its origin) by a factor of φ for every quarter turn it makes.

Thus it is self-evident that the Vesica Pisces as the interlocking/underlying structure between the Pentagram and the Hexagram (Star of David) was regarded as the basic template of the DEMIURGIC SCIENCE OF CREATION & MANIFESTATION, and its associated symbols and numbers were given a “religious” significance in order to preserve this deep secret of higher wisdom



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The Golden Ration

About the Golden Ratio: The Golden Ratio can be illustrated within special dimensions of Sprials, Triangles and Rectangles where the ratio of the length of the short side to the long side is was noted by ancient Greek architects as the most visually