tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8956593602649507553.post1517257405996772408..comments2016-08-08T16:34:12.846-07:00Comments on The Philosopher Stoned: Rodin Fibonacci Wheel Symmetriescodymrosehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06856332182975497782noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8956593602649507553.post-5990107915993981082016-08-08T16:34:12.846-07:002016-08-08T16:34:12.846-07:00Last week I began looking at this Fibonacci patter...Last week I began looking at this Fibonacci pattern of 24 repeating number powers. I drew up many of the same pictures and made the connection with Rodin's work, and the doubling sequence of the non-3-6-9 numbers of the Enneagram. I was just about to post about it on my blog (Circumsolatious) and decided to see what others had published on these matters, and I found this post. I hadn't seen the sin curve or the parallel numbers. It's all pretty amazing. I began researching this because I have long been a student of the book 'The Gnostic Circle' (by Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet) which illuminates how the circle of 9 and 12 (enneagram and zodiac) function in terms of Time and Evolution. I've always been surprised that the Fibonacci sequence seems to be studied disconnected from Time. The Gnostic Circle makes the needed connection between sacred geometry and the geometry of time .... but not specifically with regard to the Fibonacci sequence/cycle. Anyway, I really haven't made much headway on the Fibonacci sequence and time, but these patterns are interesting in terms of electromagnetic fields and such ... though I am not a physicist and don't understand as I would like to about all this. This thread seems to have gone cold. It seems like there is still a lot of 'unpacking' of this pattern so that it can be better explained, understood and utilized. Lori Tompkinshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/15606540056871893950noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8956593602649507553.post-29728870074293197362012-05-17T14:34:56.809-07:002012-05-17T14:34:56.809-07:00I liked this lot too. While reading this i realize...I liked this lot too. While reading this i realized another speciality with 9. (Considering only the whole numbers)<br /><br />I & II. Take any number, add or subtract 9 to it. The Rodin no. to the original and the summed up or deduced one is still same.<br /><br />eg. 25+9=34<br />individually, for 25, 2+5=7, and for 34, 3+4=7<br /><br />eg, 25-9=16<br />individually, for 25, 2+5=7, and for 16, 1+6=7<br /><br />III. Similar is if you multiply the no. of your choice with 9, you are always going to get a number whose Rodin corresponding is 9.<br /><br />eg. 25*9=225<br />and the Rodin correspondant to 225 is 2+2+5=9<br /><br />We cant try out the same or similar pattern with division as dividing a no. by 9 is not always a whole no. and it may come some irrational values at times to add up.<br /><br />But the no. 9 is still interesting :DAnandhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00635495723567043476noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8956593602649507553.post-23470089988055771412011-01-16T18:48:40.584-08:002011-01-16T18:48:40.584-08:00I like this a lot, I actually have a spreadsheet I...I like this a lot, I actually have a spreadsheet I made with the solfeggio codes that end up using the 111,222,333,444,555,666,777,888,999 as its center column from which all other numbers originate and to which they eventually return, that goes along with this.yosoyelponientehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/04313753548958907564noreply@blogger.com