Cindy Summer

Spiritual Counselor;
Certified Herbalist

Posted by csy11 on March 14, 2014 at 8:50 AM |

picture courtesy of: dailymail.co.uk

Today is a unique day in that not only is it π (Pi) Day (3.14159265) but 3/14/14. Pi is a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle's circumference to it's diameter. Remember from geometry? No matter, because Pi is considered to be sacred geometry and dates back, at least in recorded history, to Archimedes the Greek mathematician, to 250 AD. Archimedes is given credit for devising the first algorithm to calculate Pi. Arguably, π is far older than our Greek friend.

How so? Pi and Phi, for that matter, are considered part of the Golden Mean or what is also referred to as the Fibonacci Sequence. The brilliant Leonardo Da Vinci demonstrated his understanding of this via his drawing of Vitruvian Man pictured above. In simple terms, the human body in all it's perfection incorporates sacred geometry in regards to how we are proportioned. In addition, all that is natural, for instance, plant life, includes the Fibonacci Sequence. Who would have thought?

This is far beyond my expertise, but it is a phenomenal notion and may especially appeal to anyone wired for specifics like math lovers, architects, astronomers, engineers, and anyone studying sacred geometry and how it applies to the Universe. See this site for some fascinating facts: http://www.ancient-wisdom.co.uk/sacredgeometry.htm#sacred mean

Categories: Cosmos

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