It’s the gold standard of ratios! A golden ratio, also known as a golden section
youtube the golden ratio
for the begining….
or belongs to a configuration of personal findings marked by Φ and Φ Bonacci , embodied in the frame N. Wiener, according Matila Gyka in the golden ratio , rhythms rites Proof of the existence of precedents civilized people , without resorting to extra terrestrial gibberish , Annunaki , numerology or crop circles ?.
Prince Matila Costiesco Ghyka 1881 –1965), was a novelist, mathematician, historian, philosopher and diplomat at the Romanian Plenipotentiary Minister in the United Kingdom during the late 1930s and until 1940.
He studied at the French Naval Academy in Brest, at the High School of Electricity in Paris, and finally at the Faculty of Law of Université Libre de Bruxelles, where he took his doctorate magna cum laude. He joined the diplomatic service in 1909,
He was introduced to the English and French literary circles, but his chief interest was always the synthesis of high mathematics
His best Works
Esthétique des proportions dans la nature et dans les arts (1927) (printed in Italian, Russian, Spanish)
- Le nombre d’or. Rites et rythmes pythagoriciens dans le development de la civilisation occidentale (1931) which ran into many editions and was prefaced by his friend and admirer Paul Valéry (translated into Italian, Czech, Spanish, Polish)
- Essai sur le rythme (1938)
- The Geometry of Art and Life (1946)
- Tour d’horizon philosophique (1946)
- A Practical Handbook of Geometry and Design (1952)
- Couleur du monde (1: Escales de ma jeunesse,1955, 2: Heureux qui comme Ulysse, 1956)” (translated into roumanian)
An example of this is the design of the Union Jack flag of the British Empire. It contains the sub emblems of Scotland , Northern Ireland and Wales. The cross of St. Andrew, the martyr patron , designed on a blue background crossed by two white diagonal is superimposed in red and diagonal cross of St. Patrick on white border.
This overlapped by the flag of Great Britain originally white with a red cross .
This sum is set by adding the morphology of the Union Jack.
All this for ordinary people to see a ” flag ” and that for many means ” little ” , for us fans of Φ and Φ Bonacci in history, acquires infinite importance.
First, no one noticed this constitutive detail. Or is itis a Freemason secret? . Whatever , its true value in the design, is that even insignificant irrelevance , all these lines belong to a network of energy ( Curry – Hartmann ) UAN linking the Metro between electro magnetic yield points , matching with the plot of N. Wiener .
The Celts ( previously Etruscan Atlanteans ) , took again, northwards, the European route after deglaciation. Focusing on the Lombardian Lake Como region, crossing the Alps by the passage of Mont Blanc , the Celts entered Galicia, while the main branch remaineds on the Normandy coast on both sides of the English Channel ( Carnac. ) Crossing Britannia to the south, they revitalized the Leys mountain roads from St. Michel to Stonehenge through Abvry and Tor Hill .
Refounded preglacial roads Leys ( the civilizing migration of Hartmann and Curry lines ) run the Celtic migration into Wales and Ireland.
While custodians of the final Celtic knowledge , they settled in Scotland,.
The setts of the Scottish tartans are clans and design as each is understood and materialized in mapping Φ and Φ Bonacci , drawn by Wiener and interpreted by the “color of Φ , decoding ” .
Norbert Wiener ,
Wiener is considered the originator of cybernetics, a formalization of the notion of feedback, with implications for engineering, systems control, computer science, biology, philosophy, and the organization of society.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, Wiener was not invited to participate in the Manhattan Project. After the war, his fame helped MIT to recruit a research team in cognitive science, composed of researchers in neuropsychology and the mathematics and biophysics of the nervous system, including Warren Sturgis McCulloch and Walter Pitts. These men later made pioneering contributions to computer science and artificial intelligence.
After the war, Wiener became increasingly concerned with what he believed was political interference with scientific research, the militarization of science and urged scientists to consider the ethical implications of their work. After the war, he refused to accept any government funding or to work on military projects.