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  • The Fibonacci Spiral is a basic building block in nature. The sequence is 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 22..... Each number is added to the number before it to get the next number in the sequence. This sequence forms the geometry of the nautilus shell, the pine cone, the sunflower, the reproduction of rabbits...

    The Fibonacci Spiral is related to the Golden Mean of sacred geometry -- often represented by the nautilus shape -- with one significant difference.

    The Golden Mean is infinite. In other words, it has no beginning and no end. It is the ideal, The Source, God.

    The Fibonacci Spiral, on the other hand, is Nature's way of mimicking the infinite Golden Mean in our finite world...where everything has a beginning and an end. Beginning with 1, 1. One egg and one sperm, for example.

    I bought this cauliflower a couple of years ago...just to photograph its exquisite beauty! And I acquired the nautilus shell when I was in Somalia.

    For me, these two are common reminders of the connection between the Golden Mean as infinite sacred geometry and the Fibonacci Sequence as finite physical geometry and Nature's way of reproducing.

    The Fibonacci Spiral allows us to physically move into seeing and experiencing the pattern of perfection that is the Golden Mean.

    What a Grand Design! I find it truly amazing!
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