“I Want To Know What L-O-V-E Is” – PHI RATIO
PHI CIRCLE: Harmonics of the Unit Circle Based on Phi Ratio
L-O-V-E = .309… + .5 = .809… = Phi / 2 = 1.618… / 2
Unit Circle: CB Diameter = 1
This shows that the Harmonics of the Unit Circle is based on Phi.
OE / LO
= .5 / .309… = 1.618… = Phi
The distance LO = .309… can be calculated easily by using Pythagoras’
Theorem for Triangle LAV, where LV=.559…, .309 = Half The Reciprocal of Phi = .618… / 2 = 1/Phi / 2
The Circumference of the smaller circle AOBE = JainPi / 2 = 1.572… which is equal to the length of the semi-circle of the larger circle CLB. This means they fit together like a flower.
This would make a great animation, to show this circle opening up like a flower and forming the semi-circle, both having the same lengths. May this Geometric Insight of L-O-V-E manifest a full-time Animator to assist me on this Journey of teaching others the Beauty of Sacred Mathematics.
“O” is the Orgasm Point, the Phi Ratio: 1:1.618…
“O” is the Sweet Spot, the Perfected Division, the Golden Point.
JainPi = 4 / Square Root of Phi
= 4 divided by the Golden Root = 4 / 1.272… = 3.144605511029693144…
Large Unit Circle CB has a square Area 4x Larger than the Area of the smaller circle AB, and a Circumference of 3.144… or JainPi, being double the Circumference of the smaller circle.
If you ignore the Figure 8 aka Infinity Symbol inside the circle, the area of the apparent 2 Viking-like Axes is equal to the 2 areas of the 2 smaller circles that make the Figure 8 symbol.
Essentially, this is the Mathematics of Phi that exists naturally inside the Yin-Yang symbol. Of interest, this diagram of the Figure 8 symbol inside the Circle is really the transverse cut of the torus, that forms the infinity symbol of 2 tangent circles, inside the Sphere (where the 2-dim Circle is really the 3-dim Sphere).
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