Jonathan Quintin – The Golden Key

upliftfestival.com Jonathan Quintin is giving a key presentation on sacred geometry at UPLIFT 2012! Jonathan Quintin is a multi-media artist and cosmologist who was born and raised in New Zealand. He has spent over 30 years in the investigation and application of sacred geometry and presents his work internationally. As an artist, sacred geometry provides him an unlimited source of material for artistic expression; as a cosmologist, it provides him with precious tools for exploring universal order. The purpose of Jonathan’s art is to provide various modalities that help attune human consciousness to the harmony of universal order. His work is based on simple mathematical principles and processes that reveal a profound order existing on the archetypal planes. This order emanates from source and opens us to a state of harmony that exists beyond space and time and can only be known to us through geometry. The geometries are keys that can help bring us to a state of self-awareness and open us to unity consciousness. This clip created by Jonathan Quintin is about the golden ratio, which is the golden thread that weaves it’s way through the tapestry of creation, uniting diverse and contrasting elements into a harmonious whole. We invite you to join us at UPLIFT 2012, an inspiring and unprecedented event from December 20th to 23rd 2012, in Byron Bay, NSW. Four days of inspiration, celebration and positive action. http www.sacredgeometry.com.au

THE GOLDEN RATIO 3/4

THE GOLDEN RATIO 3/4 ADNAN OKTAR HARUN YAHYA 1.618 What do the pyramids in Egypt, Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of the Mona Lisa, sunflowers, the snail, the pine cone and your fingers, all have in common? The answer to this question lies hidden in a series of numbers discovered by the Italian mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci. The characteristic of these numbers, known as the Fibonacci numbers, is that each one is the sum of the preceding two numbers. Fibonacci numbers have an interesting feature. When you divide one number in the series by the number before it, you obtain numbers very close to one another. In fact, this number is fixed after the 13th in the series and is known as the “Golden Ratio.” The examples of the golden ratio exist in our own bodies and in all living things in nature, are just a few of the proofs that God has created all things with a measure. www.harunyahya.tv http www.askdarwinists.com www.replytodawkins.com

Golden Ratio in Plants and MicroWorld

Golden Ratio in Plants and MicroWorld 1.618 ADNAN OKTAR HARUN YAHYA 1.618 What do the pyramids in Egypt, Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of the Mona Lisa, sunflowers, the snail, the pine cone and your fingers, all have in common? The answer to this question lies hidden in a series of numbers discovered by the Italian mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci. The characteristic of these numbers, known as the Fibonacci numbers, is that each one is the sum of the preceding two numbers. Fibonacci numbers have an interesting feature. When you divide one number in the series by the number before it, you obtain numbers very close to one another. In fact, this number is fixed after the 13th in the series and is known as the “Golden Ratio.” The examples of the golden ratio exist in our own bodies and in all living things in nature, are just a few of the proofs that God has created all things with a measure. www.harunyahya.tv http www.askdarwinists.com www.replytodawkins.com

THE GOLDEN RATIO 4/4

THE GOLDEN RATIO 4/4 ADNAN OKTAR HARUN YAHYA 1.618 What do the pyramids in Egypt, Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of the Mona Lisa, sunflowers, the snail, the pine cone and your fingers, all have in common? The answer to this question lies hidden in a series of numbers discovered by the Italian mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci. The characteristic of these numbers, known as the Fibonacci numbers, is that each one is the sum of the preceding two numbers. Fibonacci numbers have an interesting feature. When you divide one number in the series by the number before it, you obtain numbers very close to one another. In fact, this number is fixed after the 13th in the series and is known as the “Golden Ratio.” The examples of the golden ratio exist in our own bodies and in all living things in nature, are just a few of the proofs that God has created all things with a measure. www.harunyahya.tv http www.askdarwinists.com www.replytodawkins.com

THE GOLDEN RATIO 2/4

THE GOLDEN RATIO 2/4 ADNAN OKTAR HARUN YAHYA 1.618 What do the pyramids in Egypt, Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of the Mona Lisa, sunflowers, the snail, the pine cone and your fingers, all have in common? The answer to this question lies hidden in a series of numbers discovered by the Italian mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci. The characteristic of these numbers, known as the Fibonacci numbers, is that each one is the sum of the preceding two numbers. Fibonacci numbers have an interesting feature. When you divide one number in the series by the number before it, you obtain numbers very close to one another. In fact, this number is fixed after the 13th in the series and is known as the “Golden Ratio.” The examples of the golden ratio exist in our own bodies and in all living things in nature, are just a few of the proofs that God has created all things with a measure. www.harunyahya.tv http www.askdarwinists.com www.replytodawkins.com

Golden Ratio- The Perfect Face & Change the Sex of People

youtube.jimmyr.com to request tutorials Learn to see how perfect your face is based on the proportions of the golden ratio and learn how to change the sex of any person in seconds! Free Image Editor Used www.gimp.org or use gimpshop gimpshop.net Golden Ratio Masks challenge.visualessence.nl Golden Ratio on Wikipedia en.wikipedia.org %%software

THE GOLDEN RATIO 1/4

THE GOLDEN RATIO 1/4 ADNAN OKTAR HARUN YAHYA 1.618 What do the pyramids in Egypt, Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of the Mona Lisa, sunflowers, the snail, the pine cone and your fingers, all have in common? The answer to this question lies hidden in a series of numbers discovered by the Italian mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci. The characteristic of these numbers, known as the Fibonacci numbers, is that each one is the sum of the preceding two numbers. Fibonacci numbers have an interesting feature. When you divide one number in the series by the number before it, you obtain numbers very close to one another. In fact, this number is fixed after the 13th in the series and is known as the “Golden Ratio.” The examples of the golden ratio exist in our own bodies and in all living things in nature, are just a few of the proofs that God has created all things with a measure. www.harunyahya.tv http www.askdarwinists.com http

The golden ratio (Harun Yahya Documentary)

What do the pyramids in Egypt, Leonardo da Vinci’s portrait of the Mona Lisa, sunflowers, the snail, the pine cone and your fingers, all have in common? The answer to this question lies hidden in a series of numbers discovered by the Italian mathematician, Leonardo Fibonacci. The characteristic of these numbers, known as the Fibonacci numbers, is that each one is the sum of the preceding two numbers. Fibonacci numbers have an interesting feature. When you divide one number in the series by the number before it, you obtain numbers very close to one another. In fact, this number is fixed after the 13th in the series and is known as the “Golden Ratio.” Speaker: The examples of the golden ratio that you will be seeing in this film, and that exist in our own bodies and in all living things in nature, are just a few of the proofs that God has created all things with a measure. In one verse He reveals that: God has appointed a measure for all things. (Surat at-Talaq, 3) THE HUMAN BODY AND THE GOLDEN RATIO When conducting their research or setting out their products, artists, scientists and designers take the human body, the proportions of which are set out according to the golden ratio, as their measure. Leonardo da Vinci and Le Corbusier used this ratio in their designs. The human body, proportioned according to the golden ratio, is also taken as the basis in the Neufert, one of the most important reference books of modern-day architects. The “ideal” proportional relations that

What Phi (the golden ratio) Sounds Like

To buy a high quality mp3 of this song: www.cdbaby.com Phi = φ = 1.61803398874989484820458683436563811772… “What Phi (the golden ratio) Sounds Like” is a musical interpretation of the mathematical constant Phi. The formula I use to translate the digits of Phi into music is as follows: 1 = C 2 = D 3 = E 4 = F 5 = G 6 = A 7 = B 8 = C octave 9 = D octave 0 = no note is played See my Pi and Tau videos for more explanation: bit.ly bit.ly The melodies that you hear throughout this piece are taken directly from the first 39 digits of Phi. The tempo is set at 161.8 BPM. Phi represents the golden ratio which has been used by artists, musicians and architects throughout history for it’s aesthetically pleasing properties, and is seen to occur in nature in many forms. It is even used for trading algorithms and strategies in the financial market. Here are a few examples: MUSIC -Composers Bartok, Satie, and Debussy amongst others have used the golden ratio in their various musical pieces. ART -Salvadore Dali’s used the golden ratio in his masterpiece, “The Sacrament of the Last Supper”, down to the dimensions of the canvas. ARCHITECTURE -The Parthenon in Greece is said to exhibit golden rectangles. -Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt has dimensions based on the Golden Ratio NATURE -The branching of veins and nerves, the proportions of chemical compounds, geometry of crystals, veins in leaves, flowers, shells, weather systems, the rings of Saturn, the clock cycle of brain waves in the

The Human Body & the Golden Ratio

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Rob Moses – Golden Spiral Wellness: The Future of Human Movement is in YOUR HANDS

Rob Moses & Nora Delgado tap into the alchemy of movement. Rob Moses is a kung fu alchemist. In 1977 he began his formal training under master Kam Yuen at the Tai Mantis Academy, where he received his degree in northern Shaolin/Tai Chi Praying Mantis. In 1983, Moses began training actor David Carradine, of TV’s Kung Fu fame. Moses helped David prepare for his role in the Chuck Norris film, Lone Wolf McQuade. In Kung Fu: The Legend Continues, Moses performed the role of Master Khan, the weapons expert and sergeant at arms. Moses would later prepare David for his role in the film Kill Bill. In 2002 the United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame honored Moses with its “Founder of the Year” award for his development of Tai Shan Nine Palms. He received an International Soke Award as the founder of Tai Shan Mantis, a complete martial system that incorporates traditional and neoclassical kung fu. Moses then began to explore the relations between sacred geometry and the human form. Through years of experimentation, he perfected his theory, extracted from a Fibonacci Spiral, manifested as the “perfect human gear.” The extent of his discovery is revealed in the book The Divine Code of Da Vinci, Fibonacci, Einstein and You. This led to the development of the Phsiostix, a patented apparatus that helps enhance workouts using geometry, alignment and balance.