The “sacred geometries” are the foundation of life emerging from the Great Void | All That IS | Ein Sof (Ayn Sof) and continue to reveal their vital role within modern life. Most religions | spiritual practices refer in some fashion to infinite energy contracting within itself to create life, though the context is often enveloped within a fable.
At the basis of “sacred geometries” and the origin of life is the Fibonacci number sequence. According to Wikipedia, the Fibonacci number sequence definition: a series of numbers in which each number ( Fibonacci number ) is the sum of the two preceding numbers. The simplest is the series 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, etc.
As the number series unfolds, the Golden Mean, Pi and the Fibonacci spiral reveal their integral foundation of life. Architects study and use the Golden Mean when designing structures. Spirals are evident within nature in seashells, flowers and even the African continent.
In the Zero Waste in Action Blog article, Perpetual Life Cycle System – Simplicity is Key, the Fibonacci spiral is referenced in the opening paragraph: In nature “waste” does not exist, rather a perpetual life cycle rearranges molecular structures so the finished product for one use is the basis for its next life.
The perpetual life cycle is an energetic force of nature grounded in the Fibonacci spiral.
In my important Elemental Impact work, I collaborate with industry leaders on crafting material management systems that adhere to a spiral system. The Circular Economy is a perfect example of the sacred geometries working within developing systems.
hmmm…… why was it not named The Spiral Economy??!!!
The “African Spiral” is courtesy of audreythoreau.blogspot.com