Fibonacci Forgot the Number Squares

Fibonacci Forgot the Number Squares

Fibonacci Forgot the Number Squares. First, what are the Fibonacci numbers? The Fibonacci numbers are a sequence of numbers in mathematics named after Leonardo of Pisa.  Fibonacci wrote a book in 1202, called Liber Abaci (“Book of Calculation”). He introduced the number pattern to Western European mathematics.  Mathematicians in India already knew of it.[1][2]

Here we start with  #1.  This is because zero was not considered a number in the remote past.  In the more modern series, number one repeats. Each number after that is equal to adding the two numbers right before it together. For example, 1 + 1=2. Then 1 + 2 = 3. Next,  2 + 3 =5. Next, 3 + 5 = 8. This sequence can go on forever. Note: Five breaks the consecutive number series of 1,2,3. It skips number “4”. Therefore, I call five the 1st distinct Fibonacci number. It is also the first central number of the 1st number square of the series. It sits at the center of the 3 x 3 number square.

F1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8F9F10F11F12F13F14F15F16F17F18F19F20
11235813213455891442333776109871597258441816765

Fibonacci forgot the number squares behind the series
Actual squares with Fibonacci numbers

This can be written as a recurrence relation,

A Fibonacci spiral created by drawing a line through the squares in the Fibonacci tiling. This one uses squares of sizes 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, and 34; see Golden spiral.

What Fibonacci Forgot is Key to Understanding

We just mentioned the centrality of #5 in number squares. Number 13 is at the center of the 5 x 5 square. All evenly numbered squares have 4 numbers at the center. The 4 x 4 square is the 1st such square. Its 4 numbers of 7,6,10 and 11 total 34. This is yet another Fibonacci number that comes from the heart of number squares. The most remarkable is the 3 x 3 number square. It actually frames the infinite Fibonacci series by using repeated fives. Many blogs on DSOworks.com are about this very topic. Here are just two internal links.

1st sentence of Genesis Archives – DSO Works

Tens: Here’s the Formula on How Tens Grow into Infinity – DSO Works

What Fibonacci forgot is the heart of the entire matter. It time to place some teeth into this prehistoric series of numbers. Numbers squares can be a guiding light to an uplifting future.

Internet was Prominently Used by Neolitic Cultures

Internet is the Keyword in Megalitic Times

Internet is the Keyword in Megalithic Times. First of all, what is internet? Wikipedia states: “The internet is used to send information quickly between computers around the world. It has millions of smaller domestic, academic, business, and government networks and websites, which together carry many different kinds of information (facts and details) and services. So in other words, the Internet is a network of networks.”

Those who have been keeping up with my blogs know that the square of three is a network of networks. On the surface it is a simple number code. Any row of three numbers equal 15. Yet, its complexity goes to infinity. Megalithic cultures used the one obvious code. Plus they also used two hidden codes. They used the code by double and triple numbers. When you start to spiral the numbers, they go to infinity. It is literally the ultimate network of networks.

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Here is the Featured Image of the Neolithic Internet.

I am about to illustrate what megalithic builders knew. The smallest of the number squares (3 X 3) actually defines a net of numbers.  We will consider the perimeter numbers as follows:

  • The obvious total  by single numbers is 4 + 9 + 2 + 7 + 6 + 1 + 8 + 3 = 40.  This is true going in either direction
  • Consider the perimeter of 3 x 3 number square by overlapping double numbers as:  49 + 92 + 27 + 76 + 61 + 18 + 83 + 34 = 440
  • Finally consider the perimeter by triple numbers corner to corner as: 492 + 276 + 618 + 834 = 2,220.

Add the three megalithic totals:  40 + 440 + 2220 = 2700. Now for the surprise:

THIS VIEW OF THE  INTERNET IS THE BASIS OF THE FIRST SENTENCE OF GENESIS

בראשית ברא אלהים את השמים ואת הארץ These are the 1st 7 words in Genesis spelled with Hebrew letters. They translate “In the beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth.” In many Middle eastern languages letters actually doubled as numbers. This was called gematria. Look it up on line. The representative numbers of these letters total 2701. Double check me by asking someone fluent in Hebrew. Or again, check it out on line. The three megalithic perimeters of the above number square total 2700. By the rules of “colel” one could be added to every word in a phrase or sentence without altering its essence.  2701 is well within in this leeway .

Also, the first word is “In the beginning” is  pronounced “be-ray-sheet’ ” in Hebrew. The word for “”In the net” is be-re-shet’ “.  Their similarity is unmistakable. Especially since in the Torah, no vowels are specified. Words are spelled by consonances. Our new translation is the first sentence now becomes: “In the net God created the Heavens and the Earth.” The basic ancient net is the  number square in the picture above. One of my books was placed at the entrance to a temple on the south island in Malta. The temple dates back to about 3,500 B.C. The book is called: The Sacred Engineers’ Philosophy- the Pinnacle of Thought in the Unified Culture of Ancient Builders. Finally, what gave rise to this story was an Indian spirit from the Lennie Lenape tribe. She taught me about this magic square while I worked as pianist at a resort in the Catskill Mountains. It was Scott’s Oquaga Lake House in Deposit New York. We are working on building the  products page on our website, DSOworks.com.

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