Another Fibonacci Discovery

Another Fibonacci Discovery: I believe that the four writers of the 4 Gospels had the 3 x 3 number square in mind when they wrote about “the grain of mustard seed.” They describe the a mustard seed as the tiniest of seeds that grows into a huge plant. Indeed, the 3 x 3 number square is the smallest number squares: It grows into the largest of the seven squares of antiquity. A 2 x 2 block  only holds  the central numbers of even numbered squares as in 4 x 4 or 6 x 6 (see illustration); whereas only one number is at the center of the odd numbered squares.

As you can see, the even 4 x 4 number square has 4 numbers in the center (6.7.10.11) and the 3 x 3 has one number (5).  For this reason, complete number squares begin with the 3 x 3 number square pictured below. For a quick review: I have demonstrated in these blogs the triple system of balance in the 3 x 3 square. How 5 is the center by single numbers, 55 by double numbers and 555 by triple numbers. Anyone who doubts this should go to Washington DC and look at Washington’s Monument. It is 555 feet tall (not a simple co-incidence).

Another Fibonacci Discovery. Let’s begin by listing the numbers of the series in order of size and see if 555 comes up: 1.1.2.3.5.8.13.21..34.55.89.144.233.377.610……oops! somehow it seems like we missed it. We have number 5 as the 5th number, number 55 as the 10th number; and it would seem like the 15th number should have been 555, but it is 610. That threw me until I realized that 610 is merely a summation of 55 +555=610. How is this another Fibonacci discovery? The entire framework of the Fibonacci series grows out of the core number of the first number square that ancient civilizations associated with the planet, Saturn, the giver of law.  I would say that the placement of Washington’s pinnacle at the center of our nation makes it a wonderful architectural monument  not only for America, but for the entire world and for all time.           Image result for Picture of George Washington's Monument out of copyright

Musical tones come from this basic number square and is a Universal constant

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