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Message Subject The Leonardo da Vinci LAST SUPPER Code - Cracked!
Poster Handle SilentlyKnowing
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This is a cool website.
called: "Our Informed Reality"
The video posted above this is called:
"The Measure of Beauty Created by God: The Golden
Ration"[/b
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The website has loads of GREAT PICTURES
and several related videos you may wish
to check out!
Boy, some really beautiful work is being
done on videos these days!

Enjoy!
SK

P.S. Thank you Abhie! Waiting for
Part III of your "Metaphysical World"
series! Oh boy!

Quoting: SilentlyKnowing

The author of the website" OurInformedReality.com
has given his O.K. to distribute info on the site.
I thought I would post a couple of the beginning
paragraphs for folks who may not have video capability
on their computers. Explains alot!

The Fibonacci Series and The Golden Ratio
Leonardo Fibonacci, an Italian mathematician of the Middle age, brought to the western world a series of numbers that would change the way we view the natural environment around us. Fibonacci understood that the Hindu-Arabic number system which was used in the eastern Vedic writings for thousands of years. This system is far more efficient than the Roman Numerals used at the time. After returning from the eastern world, Fibonacci revealed to western society what is now called the Fibonacci Series (2). This series of numbers could be used to define the growth patterns of any organic compound in our known universe. If you will, it is God's formula for creating life. As we shall see we can easily pick up these numbers by viewing anything in nature from plants to even the human body.

Generating this series of numbers is really quite simple, almost too simple. Start with the numerical values “0” and “1”. Add the two together to come up with the next number in the series, which is (you guessed it) “1”. For the rest of the numbers in the series continue to add together the last two numbers that came before it an do this for infinity and you have your very own Fibonacci Series. Here is a brief example:
0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377 and so on....[END quote from article]

It is pretty easy comprehend...but it's a HUGE concept!~
Enjoy!
SK