The Golden Ratio was named by Greek sculptor and mathematician Phidias (500 BC – 432
BC). The application of the ratio by architects and artists is widespread for it’s considered the most pleasing to the eye. It’s also found throughout nature.
Geometry and the Golden Ratio are very important to the Illuminati and other secret societies. Most incorporate geometric shapes into their method of communicating through symbols and numbers.
Thomas Jefferson, a self-taught award-winning architect, relied on mathematics and geometry in his architectural designs. He was devoted to incorporating beauty and harmony in all of his work, most notably his Academical Village – the University of Virginia – which was named a World Heritage sight for it’s architectural excellence.
Fibonacci, Born 1170 in Pisa, Italy, is said to be “the most talented Western mathematician of the middle ages.”
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