C I R C L E S 5 2
In this series, we explore the beauty of CIRCLES that are all formed using Phi or the Golden Ratio (1.618). "In 1486, Leonardo da Vinci completed The Vitruvian Man, his most famous sketch in which he incorporated sacred geometry. This sacred geometry is based on the golden ratio (1.618...) also known as phi. Phi is a ubiquitous ratio found in nature that expands according to the Fibonacci sequence (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21...), where each subsequent number must equal the sum of the prior two. This is the “law of spirals and fractals,” and is the fundamental pattern in which a Nautilus, a pine cone, a sunflower, a tornado, a hurricane, Saturn’s rings, the solar system, and a galaxy form."
~ Jason Lincoln Jeffers, "The Next Human."