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The Golden Ratio and Secret Geometry in Nature

These wonderfully symmetrical plants show the fractal nature of math, physics and the universe. Could this be evidence of sacred geometry? “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” -Albert Einstein

The Golden Ratio, or Fibonacci sequence, is everywhere. It can be found in ancient architecture, in some of the world’s most beloved artwork (such as the Mona Lisa), and most definitely in nature. It’s for this reason that the intriguing sequence, which begins as 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55 and so on forever, has fascinated mathematicians, scientists, designers, and artists for centuries. 

Leonardo DaVinci, for instance, was known to use the Fibonacci sequence in his masterpieces because the pattern is aesthetically pleasing. Is it a coincidence that the ratio can be seen from a micro to macro scale in all biological systems, and even in inanimate objects? Clearly, there’s much to learn about sacred geometry and inherent order in the universe. 

 Some theorize that the phi ratio (phi = 1.61803…) is evidence that nature is inherently perfect, and that when mankind strays away from the natural law, sickness and imbalance occur. While the Golden Ratio doesn’t account for every structure or pattern in this world and others, it most certainly is a key player.

What do I find sexy in a woman?

This is a simple question with a complex answer.

You see, it stems from a number of things, and they aren’t always physical.

Her infectious laugh.  The way she sounds when she’s excited about something.  Her lips and how she uses them to enunciate every word.  Her hair, and how’s she’s always primping, even when I’m looking, just to make sure it falls right.  Her brain.  How she thinks.  Her drive and determination to be completely different than what people says she’s gonna be.  Her eyes.  Oh, her eyes.  Her eyes are like staring into two pools of radiance, almost using luminescence, to glow afterworldly.  Her knowledge is impeccable, her desire to learn is unyielding, her desire to teach is never ending.  That turns me on more than anything.

Her breasts are wonderful.  Her legs are stoic.  Her hands are nice.  Her voice is lovely; the perfect color green.

Sexiness?  It doesn’t come from what she wears.  It comes from who she is and how she carries herself.  It draws me to her, like a magnet.  Opposites attract… but we’re not so different, and that makes me find her even MORE attractive and sexy.

What do I find sexy in a woman?  It’s all relative.  I just know sexiness when I see it.

And I see it in her.

Breathe On My Contacts
TOKiMONSTA
Breathe On My Contacts

I woke up with this song in my head this morning…

…taking space with someone who’s been on my mind a lot lately.

A lot of green, blues, and purples in this song.