Why do we feel so peaceful in the presence of nature or when surrounded by beauty? Fascinatingly, it’s largely because the Golden Ratio is continually self-replicating!
The Golden Ratio is used in architecture, interior design, web and graphic design, music, film, poetry, socionomics…even the way we think! The Sphinx of Ancient Egypt and the Parthanon of ancient Greece were constructed with proportions that approximate the golden ratio.
Nature continually manufactures the Golden Ratio as a reflection of cosmic order. Cosmic order in its grandest dimensions is evidenced by spiraling nebulli giving birth to the infinite power of creation. On earth, we see this pattern replicated in Fibonacci numbers in the example of the tiny florets of daisies and sunflowers growing in two spirals extending out from the center, the first spiral containing 21 arms and the other 34.
Nature continually shows us a direct correlation with the golden ratio and Fibonacci numbers by intelligently arranging the perfect spacing for a plant’s growth in direct proportion to the sun. Leaves and branches grow in spirals so that new leaves don’t block the sun’s rays from old leaves and the perfect proportion of dew and rain and gets directed down into the plant’s roots. Appropriately, this dynamic is also known as The Golden Angle.
Many plants, animals and their bi-products reveal different number sequences. But Fibonacci numbers appear often enough in nature that prove nature’s cellular code intelligence.
Honey comb houses a honeybee colony that consists of a queen, some drones and a multitude of worker bees. The female bees (of queens and workers) all have two parents, a drone and a queen. Drones, however, hatch from unfertilized eggs, meaning they came from one parent. So, Fibonacci numbers are revealed by the drone’s family tree in that he has one parent, two grandparents, three great-grandparents and so forth.
Ingesting honey, propolis, royal jelly and a broad number of other foods (preferably wild) contain Golden Ratio formulations. Citrus fruits, apples, chilis, artichokes and romanesco cauliflowers are also feeding your cells with superior plant intelligence. They resonate with your body’s DNA molecules which are also sequenced according to Fibonacci numbers, measuring 34 angstroms long and 21 angstroms wide for each full cycle of the double helix.
From birth, our bodies manufacture Fibonacci numbers intended to create symmetry and beauty from within us. While symmetrical placements are often random such as spiraling calics (or tufts of hair) on the head, the mystery and paradox of random placements still reveal divine order.
More generically and predictably, we’re designed with one head and two ears as well as two eyes and one mouth. We have one nose and two nostrils.
Our skeletal form is designed with two arms and three sections on each arm – the upper arm, lower arm and hand. Our two hands have five fingers each, and these fingers have three flanges. The same formula applies to our legs and feet. All of these body sections reveal a successive series of Fibonacci numbers.
Going deeper, our DNA molecules follow this sequence, measuring 34 angstroms long and 21 angstroms wide for each full cycle of the double helix. Scientists are now revealing that our RNA could be a precursor to our DNA which reveals an even deeper set of codes and internal intelligence we’re yet to fully understand.
Simply by becoming aware of this sequential aspect of our lives, we can be comforted that life is here to support our spiraling evolution every step of the way.