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golden triangle & fibonacci spiral

golden triangle & fibonacci spiral

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framemods

framemods

Holy trinity, starting formation of seed of life, flower of life, tree of life etc.

Holy trinity, starting formation of seed of life, flower of life, tree of life etc.

Sacred geometry is all around us, in nature, in art and architecture, in music. Divine proportion and patterns. The Buddha Śākyamuni (Wangdrak) with structural grid (tigse) (Jackson, David Janice. 1984. Tibetan thangka painting: methods and materials. Snow Lion Publications, Ithaca, NY)

Sacred geometry is all around us, in nature, in art and architecture, in music. Divine proportion and patterns. The Buddha Śākyamuni (Wangdrak) with structural grid (tigse) (Jackson, David Janice. 1984. Tibetan thangka painting: methods and materials. Snow Lion Publications, Ithaca, NY)

How to draw an Indian labyrinth - Chakra Vyuha - beautiful!

How to draw an Indian labyrinth - Chakra Vyuha - beautiful!

Fibonacci spiral

Fibonacci spiral

Fibonacci’s Golden Ratio applied to the human body:  If the length of the hand has the value of 1, for example, then the combined length of hand + forearm has the approximate value of Phi (1.618) . Similarly the proportion of upper arm to hand + forearm is in the same ratio of 1:1.618

Fibonacci’s Golden Ratio applied to the human body: If the length of the hand has the value of 1, for example, then the combined length of hand + forearm has the approximate value of Phi (1.618) . Similarly the proportion of upper arm to hand + forearm is in the same ratio of 1:1.618

golden ratio quilt thought

golden ratio quilt thought

Prime Number Patterns by Jason Davies (via infosthetics http://infosthetics.com/archives/2012/07/on_the_pattern_of_primes.html)

Prime Number Patterns by Jason Davies (via infosthetics http://infosthetics.com/archives/2012/07/on_the_pattern_of_primes.html)