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WHY HAVING ACCESS TO THIS *SECRET CODE* CAN ALIGN YOU TO THE UNIVERSE’S ENERGY FREQUENCY

Mystics and scientists alike have been fascinated for centuries with a sacred form that’s found in nearly all living things - humans, plants and animals. Its familiar shape can be recognized in our own DNA, fingerprints, flowers, trees, shells, and at a universal level, in hurricanes and galaxies.

What’s this ancient symbol of beauty, perfection and proportion? 

It’s the sacred form of the spiral.

 

A spiral has historically represented infinite expansion, symbolizing the expansion of nature and the universe, reflecting the magical inter-connectedness of our micro- and macro- cosmos. For centuries, this knowledge was considered sacred, a way of understanding the deeper beauty and spirituality in life.

We’ll share later in this post how you can wear this sacred, secret code to the universe, so you too can access its magical properties!

WHY IS THE GOLDEN SPIRAL SO MYSTICAL?

The Golden Spiral is based on a concept called the Golden Ratio that has been shaping our understanding of balance and proportion throughout millenia.

Also called the Divine Proportion, this golden ratio of 1.618 can be found in practically every area of our existence, including nature, geometry, the human body, and the solar system.

Humans have known about the Golden Ratio for at least 4,000 years, or maybe even longer! Some of the latest research shows that it was used in the design of hieroglyphics found on tomb walls, and also in the construction of Egyptian pyramids and other ancient structures throughout the world.

It has been called many names throughout history: Golden Section, Golden Ratio, Golden Mean, the Magic Ratio, and it is one of the most famous formulas in mathematics. Found practically everywhere in the universe, it is a kind of built-in numbering system to the cosmos, often called "nature's secret code”.

THE FASCINATING HISTORY OF THE GOLDEN RATIO IN THE FIBONACCI SEQUENCE

The Golden Ratio was described in detail by Indian mathematicians around the 6th century AD and introduced to the West in 1202 by Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa, the same guy that brought us the Arabic decimal system to substitute for the awkward Roman one that was used at the time.

The principle of the Fibonacci Sequence is simple - starting with 0 and 1, each new number in the sequence is the sum of the two before it.

0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13 … - the Sequence keeps unfolding in a never-ending pattern.

This formula appears around us everywhere in our daily lives, even though we rarely notice it.

See if you’ve ever noticed the Fibonacci formula in these familiar things:

  • Flowers, leaves and branches in many plants are arranged in 1-3-5-8 pattern
  • Petals of a pine cone are arranged in spirals crossing in both directions: 8 spirals in one direction and 13 in the other
  • Giant millipedes, Monarch caterpillars, Snails and Pangolins all use this ratio of least resistance
  • Faces that are most attractive to us are those that have main features with proportions closest to the Golden Ratio

If you take any two successive Fibonacci numbers, their ratio is very close to the Golden Ratio (1.618). 

 

DIVINE PROPORTION IN DESIGN

The Golden Ratio has fascinated the Western world for at least 2,400 years, and through the ages it has been shaping our concept and understanding of beauty.

Throughout history, architects, musicians, artists and sculptors based their works on the Divine Proportion.

Perhaps the best known example of the Golden Mean in art is Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man, as well as his masterpieces Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Many other famous artists, include Michelangelo, Raphael, Rembrandt, Seurat, and Salvador Dali, all employed this formula in their art.

 

HOW THIS DIVINE PROPORTION HAS ALWAYS BEEN USED IN DESIGN

It’s no wonder then, that the Golden Ratio has fascinated the Western world for at least 2,400 years, and through the ages it has been shaping our concept and understanding of beauty.

Throughout history, architects, musicians, artists and sculptors based their works on the Divine Proportion.

Perhaps the best known example of the Golden Mean in art is Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man, as well as his masterpieces, Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Many other famous artists, including Michelangelo, Raphael, Rembrandt, Seurat, and Salvador Dali, all employed this formula in their art.


WEAR THIS NATURE’S SECRET CODE AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!

We have used the Golden Ratio in designing our own jewelry to use as a key to understanding energy in nature.


Our Fibonacci jewelry line includes malas and bracelets that are created to attune your body frequencies to the energetic vibration of the Golden Ratio.

All pieces from this line are designed to work with your chakras to to help you stay in alignment with the Ratio’s inherent properties of balance, alignment, beauty and unlimited expansion.

Wearing our Golden Ratio jewelry will help you to remember that everything in the Universe exists in perfect alignment and harmony.  It will make you smile more, breathe deeper, and appreciate and accept all the people and events that Universe sends your way!





 

 

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