The Golden Ratio in Nature
The relationship of the Mereon Matrix to the Golden Ratio is leading to many new ideas and investigations regarding where this symmetry is found in natural systems. Phi is a proportion found to guide the structure of growth in nature and the human body. Its ratio guides the smallest small elements into a precise relationship with larger elements, the whole resulting in something that is extraordinarily pleasing to the eye. Natural and enduring man-made structures profoundly lift the mind toward heavenly matters. Of equal interest is how artisans have long sough to approximate this ratio in art, architecture and music. The reason seems to be that this dynamic proportion seems to call forth a hightened perception of resonce both inside and out; of the link between harmonics and beauty.
Those interested in the Golden Ratio will want to read more about the Mereon Matrix as this is a 'pure' gold structure; every point, plane and three-dimensional form, including those that are not based on the Golden Mean, 'turn' gold in this system of embedded geospheres.