Leonardo Fibonacci lived about 250 years earlier than Leonardo Da Vinci. He discovered some interesting numerology and sacred geometry in nature. He saw that some lily species and irises had 3 petals. Butterflowers, delphiniums and akeletons had 5 petals and other species had 8 again. He discovered that there was a pattern in it, he called it the Fibonacci sequence.
The series runs as follows: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233…. Etc. The series has a beginning, but no end. Each subsequent number is added together with the two previous numbers. The Golden Ratio is also infinite, but has no beginning and no end. And having no beginning, is something that nature (and our thinking pattern) has a lot of trouble with.
So this sequence is the solution of nature on the Golden Ratio (φ).
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