Fibonacci Patterns

Phi” and the Fibonacci Sequence, which is the seed that creates it, is ubiquitous in Nature. It’s found in modern design and ancient architecture. The Earth and Moon relationship as well as the Great Pyramid of Giza encode Phi. The spiral of the Milky Way down to the very essence of our DNA is a language written in this mathe-magical ratio, an intelligent construct and compass of our holofractographic reality.

(Phi)Bonacci Patterns Patterns in the Fibonacci Sequence

Patterns in the Fibonacci Sequence

It was literally called the ‘Divine Proportion’ by Plato and his buddies. Lets just say that the golden mean, ø, the golden ratio, whatever you wanna call it, is the mathematical basis for intelligence, the root of all creation.

Hidden in the Fibonacci Sequence, a few patterns emerge. Unbeknownst to most, and most likely canonized as sacred by the select few who were endowed with such esoteric gnosis, the sequence reveals a pattern of 24 and 60. It is by no mere coincidence that our measurement of time is based on these same auspicious numbers. Twenty-four hours in a day that consist of sixty minutes each, which are made up of sixty seconds. Babylonians are said to use base 60 mathematics and the Egyptian hieroglyphic alphabet is made up of twenty-four uniliteral symbols.

The pattern of 60 arises when we look at the last digit in each number of the sequence, 0,1,1,2,5,8,3, etc.  These 60 numbers are repeated over and over again to infinity.  The pattern of 24 is shown in the digital roots of each number in the sequence.  For example, the digital root of 13 is 4, because 1+3 = 4.  This pattern never breaks down either. It continues on to infinity, never missing a beat.

From the 300th number of the sequence to the 360th number, you’ll see a new pattern emerge. What was once one digit of synchronicity, has become two. If you look deeper into the arcane mystery, further along Leonardo Pisano’s famous sequence, a trinity of similarity emerges(at the 1500th#) and then falls apart like it has before. This self-similar fractal intelligence continues onward in progressive alignment more and more precisely as the sequence continues to infinity. The moment before the next step of alignment, entropy increases and the sequence tends to disorganize itself, only to grasp a better position for later development.  Sort of like the frustration you go through when you try to solve a rubik’s cube. If you’ve got one side done, and its all green, you’re gonna have to mess it up if you want to solve the puzzle.

Blessed with our (phi)ve extremities, we are PHI.(√5+1)/2 The puzzle is the Uni-Verse and the Fibonacci Sequence is You. Seek within.

Inspired by Lucien Khan

Fibonacci Sequence 1-2000

Mathematics is the language that God wrote the universe in – Galileo Galilei

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Hi! I’m Joe Dubs. I’m an artist, philosopher, geometrist, and independent researcher. My cosmic creations are ‘info-holo-graphics’ that focus primarily on sacred geometry and the underlying numerical and geometric archetypes of reality.

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spacecreatorband
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musical.
also notice how
the orange and red 0 & 5 configuration from the inner wheel
corresponds with
the ‘circle of fifths’ , in general
but more specifically,
to skip FROM orange THROUGH both reds TO THE NEXT orange
EITHER clockwise OR counter-clockwise
IS EQUAL TO
MOVING BETWEEN the {ionian:aeolian} RELATIVE {MAJOR:MINOR}
like from C to Am . . . . A to F#m . .. Eb to Cm . . . . .
whoever devised equal temperaments 12√2 already knew phibonacci it seems
great image btw :)
-spacecreatorband

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