“It is highly dishonourable for a Reasonable Soul to live in so Divinely built a Mansion as the Body she resides in, altogether unacquainted with the exquisite structure of it…”
In Part One, and Part Two we looked at a the emergence of a special number, Phi, that allowed the division of any ‘whole’ into a proportion that divided it, but also retained its original relationship to that parent. The number cannot be exactly written, because it is ‘irrational’ – really an infinite relationship. But the table below shows its emergence, to three decimal places, from the Fibonacci series. See Part One for the details.
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