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This is absolutely amazing. In this diagram, the digits in the fibonacci sequence are summed together and turned into a sequence of digital roots. The first 24 numbers in the sequence are then drawn around a circle. And in my opinion there are 3 incredible things happening here: 1) The first 24 numbers are part of a repeating sequence, and when they are placed around the circle, a beautiful symmetry appears, that relates directly with the 60degree segments in a circle (360deg/6). This might also be related to the 24 rays of the prime number cross! 2) Notice how all the opposite numbers always show up together: 1-8, 2-7, 4-5, 3-6, 9-9. This pattern is connected to the Vedic Square because the columns in the vedic square have the same 1-8, 2-7, 4-5, 3-6, and 9-9 patterns. So thru digital roots, there is a connection between Phi and the ancient Vedic square.

3) The digital root of the doubling sequence gives the repeating numbers 1-2-4-8-7-5. It turns out that 1/7 has the same repeating sequence of numbers except in a slightly inverted order: 1-4-2-8-5-7 Note that 22/7 is often considered the most natural approximation for pi. And within those numbers we see the same 1-8, 2-7, and 4-5 pattern – without the 3,6,9 (which form the ‘frame’ in the diagram) Digital roots and vortex maths are very exciting…

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This is absolutely amazing. In this diagram, the digits in the fibonacci sequence are summed together and turned into a sequence of digital roots. The first 24 numbers in the sequence are then drawn around a circle. And in my opinion there are 3 incredible things happening here:

1) The first 24 numbers are part of a repeating sequence, and when they are placed around the circle, a beautiful symmetry appears, that relates directly with the 60degree segments in a circle (360deg/6). This might also be related to the 24 rays of the prime number cross!

2) Notice how all the opposite numbers always show up together: 1-8, 2-7, 4-5, 3-6, 9-9. This pattern is connected to the Vedic Square because the columns in the vedic square have the same 1-8, 2-7, 4-5, 3-6, and 9-9 patterns. So thru digital roots, there is a connection between Phi and the ancient Vedic square.

3) The digital root of the doubling sequence gives the repeating numbers 1-2-4-8-7-5. It turns out that 1/7 has the same repeating sequence of numbers except in a slightly inverted order: 1-4-2-8-5-7

Note that 22/7 is often considered the most natural approximation for pi. And within those numbers we see the same 1-8, 2-7, and 4-5 pattern – without the 3,6,9 (which form the ‘frame’ in the diagram)

Digital roots and vortex maths are very exciting…

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