Pythagoras was the first to introduce to the
western world the ancient Egyptian way of
correlating musical qualities with quantifiable,
numerical values. The golden ratio of 1.618
expressed as the ultimate proportion of harmony,
beauty and spirituality was used in the design of
sacred buildings in Ancient Architecture to produce
spiritual energy that facilitated connectivity with
spiritual realms through resonant prayer. Popular
among spiritually significant shapes are pyramids
and hemispheres (e.g. the domes, that are the basis
of religious buildings, be it a mosque, a church or
a synagogue). These particular shapes are energy
emitters; they are shapes that produce a type of
penetrating carrier wave which Chaumery and De
Belizal named, negative green, (which acts as
carrier, like radio waves that carry sound
information). The vibrational quality of negative
green gives it very strong communication properties,
which facilitate resonance with higher realms in
prayer.
Leonardo Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician who
introduced to Europe and popularized the
Hindu-Arabic number system (also called the decimal
system). He contributed greatly to number theory,
and during his life published many important texts.
He is also known for the Fibonacci Series, a
numerical series found frequently in the natural
world.
The Fibonacci sequence is generated by adding the
previous two numbers in the list together to form
the next and so on and so on.(1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13,
21, 34, 55...). Divide any number in the Fibonacci
sequence by the one before it, for example 55/34, or
21/13, and the answer is always close to 1.61803.
This is known as the Golden Ratio.
One of the most profound and significant activities
encompassed within sacred geometry and lightSource
is the 'Golden Mean Spiral', derived by using the
'Golden Ratio'.
Geometric shapes and techniques, along with the
methodology behind them, invented to produce a
qualitative energy balancing effect on biological
systems, be it human beings or otherwise. This
results in a positive effect on biological
functions, either preventative or healing, and
protection from environmental energy disturbances.
The methodology introduced by the inventor is the
discovery of the qualitative energy components of
earth energy power-spots {specifically those
components are qualitative higher harmonics of the
frequencies of gold and ultra-violet, and a carrier
wave in the negative green of the energy spectrum}
and development of geometric shapes and techniques
to reproduce and amplify that energy balancing
quality. This methodology has been
termed/copyrighted "BioGeometry" by the inventor.
The geometric shapes and techniques work either
directly through proximity to the biological system
or from within its surrounding environment, or by
superimposing on a radiating energy source that
reaches the biological system. The two techniques
are: (1) Using two of the shape (Fig. 4) as
geometric polarizers and orienting them in relation
to a central axis to produce the energy balancing
quality as in (Fig 7) and termed "BioGeometry Dial",
(2) Using shape (Fig. 4) as an individual geometric
polarizer and aligning samples of materials from the
biological system itself or its environment to
produce the energy balancing effect (Fig. 8) and
termed "Energy Balancing Wheel" when in
two-dimensional form and "Energy Balancing Sphere"
when in three-dimensional form. |