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“If you only knew the magnificence of the 3, 6 and 9, then you would have a key to the Universe.” - Nikola Tesla

The mentioned key is like a cipher that very similar to the Vedic Square. Fibonacci sequence is an approximation of the Golden Ratio. The Golden Ratio is within all of nature. In Fibonacci sequence, you start with 1 and 1, and add together. 2. You take the sum you just acquired (2), and add it to the number right before it. 2+1=3. Then, 3+2=5.The string of sums ends up looking like this: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, and on and on. It ends up creating a spiral, called the Golden Spiral.
There are the results of starting Fibonacci not just by the number 1, but of all single-digit numbers: 1-9. Then, we want all multi-digit numbers to be reduced to single digit numbers. Let’s take the first Fibonacci number that sums to a multi-digit number: 13. To reduce it to a single digit number you just add them together until the result is a single digit. 1+3=4. So, the single digit reduction of 13 is 4. So, what we did is simplify all Fibonacci solutions to single digit. It goes from the multi-digit sums of Fibonacci sequence to single-digit:
1 2 3 5 8 1+3 2+1 3+4 5+5 etc, results in:
1 1 2 3 5 8 4 3 7 1 8 9 8 8 7 6 4 1 5 6 2 8 1 9
After the 24th sequence of Fibonacci, the entire seemingly random ‘single-digit numbers’ repeat. If you look at 25 - 48, it would repeat perfectly the same numbers in the same sequence:
1 1 2 3 5 8 4 3 7 1 8 9 8 8 7 6 4 1 5 6 2 8 1 9.
Same thing, always.
If you looked at the string of single-digit numbers from 49-75, you would see the number string exactly the same.Then, we can use the number 2 to start the Fibonacci sequence, instead of 1. And there it is again - though the numbers were sometimes different - the entire string of single digit numbers through 24 sequences, repeated.
You see it go: 
2 2 4 6 1 7 8 6 5 2 7 9 7 7 5 3 8 2 1 3 4 7 2 9.
If you were to look at the single-digit solutions for number 2 when continuing the Fibonacci sequence past 24, you would see the exact string of numbers repeating: 
2 2 4 6 1 7 8 6 5 2 7 9 7 7 5 3 8 2 1 3 4 7 2 9.
Now, something amazing that links to 3 6 9. This is so intriguing, so we continued and started with the number 3, and found that the string of single-digit numbers - remember, they were originally multi-digit, and reduced them to single digit - didn’t repeat at the 24th Fib sequence, but the 8th! 
Going down through the sequence, you see:
3 3 6 9 6 6 3 9 3 3 6 9 6 6 3 9 3 3 6 9 6 6 3 9. 
Interesting as well, all single digit solutions are either 3 6 or 9. This is true for number 6 as well. Number 9 repeats itself eternally, without any variation. So, to summarize, when starting the Fibonacci sequence off with numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, they all repeat the first string of numbers in intervals of 24. 3 and 6 repeat their strings at the 8th sequence. 9 is infinite and never changing. 
Numbers 1 2 4 5 7 8 all repeat their sequence at the 24th sum. This is also the number the Egyptian’s used to create the ratio’s for the Eye of Horus – 1 2 4 8 7 5, which is another solution when messing with this pattern. Numbers 3 and 6 repeat their sequence every 8th sum. Numbers 3 and 6 make a lattice type framework with convergence points always being 9. Number 9 repeats infinitely. Whenever 9 appears alone, numbers 3 and 6 are on all 4 sides.
Figure 1 and 2 show what the 3 and 6 column of number looks like when not in number form, but visual Fibonacci form. Figure 3 is result of their mix. Amazing how all 216 numbers of the sequence make this symmetrical and beautiful pattern.



🎼🎹🎸🎤.Thank you so much everyone for making #WINGS the Aria number #1 song this week. You have made this my ninth number 1 in this beautiful country! #1itunes and #1video blown away. #proudAussie #love #music #life #Musoforlife #newfriendjoinedtheArias

Sia’s cheap thrills is now number one on billboard. This is her first ever number 1 single, being that chandelier was only ever number 2. Honestly what a queen

Sia is the first woman over 40 to have a number 1 single in the US since Madonna's "Music" in 2000 - and she joins Madonna and Cher in being one of 3 female artists to have number 1 singles over 40 since 2000!

anonymous asked:

I'm crying, they promised, they said they'd be back as one direction, he can't leave, he can't be solo then what about one direction, they promised

ahh nonnie, a solo deal doesn’t necessarily mean the end of 1d. harry’s signed a solo deal. niall is writing and apparently working on a solo album. i don’t understand why that was all okay and yet everyone thinks liam’s deal means the end of 1d? unless everyone just assumes that liam’s solo career is going to be SO HUGE that he’d never want/need to go back to 1d … ;) (but lets be real, if everyone else wanted to regroup and liam had a number 1 solo album with five number 1 singles, he’d still be straight back on tour with the lads).

i don’t know if 1d is going to come back together or not. i hope so, but i don’t feel any need to hold them to it if they don’t want it. they’ve basically given up their lives for 1d, being overworked and besieged by fans, family members abused and girlfriends attacked, harry moved to another country and liam bought a hermit mansion, i don’t begrudge them wanting some space from the machine that brought that. liam said that 1d will always be his home and his family, and honestly that’s enough for me? i don’t want liam or any of the boys to resent their time in 1d. tbh i’d rather they called it a day forever and stayed friends/got back together for random reunions. my experience of 1d would be tainted if they all fell out and never spoke again. tbh i’m still not entirely over zouis falling out. 

this probably isn’t the reassuring message you wanted nonnie but i’m not gonna lie, i’m so excited for what they all do next, whether it’s apart or together. my heart will secretly long for more albums, tours and interviews, but more than that, i want to see them happy and blossoming, whatever that means for them all.

In 2013, for Red Nose Day, the telethon TV event held by Comic Relief, One Direction recorded their rendition of One Way or Another, a medley of Blondie’s “One Way or Another (1979) and The Undertones “Teenage Kicks” (1978). The song was produced by Julian Bunetta and John Ryan and was released on February 17, 2013. The song debuted at number 1 in the UK Single charts, making it the third One Direction single to debut at the top of the charts!  The song also hit number 1 on iTunes in 63 countries during the first week sale only. It became the fastest selling single of 2013.

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On February 20th, the video of One Way or Another was released. In an effort to limit the cost of the production and make sure that all the proceeds from the sale of the single would benefit Comic Relief, One Direction filmed the video themselves on a low budget. The video was shot in Ghana, Tokyo, London, and New York. The video features cheeky/funny scenes of  the One Direction guys in a bed, having a shower, hanging out the rooftop of a car and goofing around an airport, among others. Also featured is a cameo from British Prime Minister David Cameron, outside his official residence at 10 Downing Street in London.

The day the music video was released (February 20th 2013), One Direction performed the song for the first time at the Brits awards. The song was also performed at Red Nose Day on March 15th, 2013. Louis’ hair was dyed red that day to show extra support to Comic Relief.

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One Direction made 2 million on the sales of One Way or Another, all of which was donated to Comic Relief.

Commenting on One Direction’s huge achievement, the Red Nose Day Twitter account twitted: “A HUGE thanks to @onedirection and all you Directioners who’ve now helped raise a MASSIVE £2million for #RND! You guys rock.

Niall also tweeted: “We just want to say thank you to our fans for their generosity. They never cease to amaze us. We’re so very proud of our involvement and knowing that this money will make a real difference is the best part of what we do.Please continue to support Comic Relief and do what you can for this incredibly important cause. Love Niall. X.”

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One Direction used the hashtag #1D4RND throughout their project to support Comic Relief event Red Nose Day which took place on March 15th, 2013

Flashback: One Direction Releases Single for Comic Relief In 2013, for Red Nose Day, the telethon TV event held by Comic Relief, One Direction recorded their rendition of One Way or Another, a medley of Blondie’s “One Way or Another (1979) and The Undertones “Teenage Kicks” (1978).
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