Isaac Newton constantly sought to understand the ultimate and divine mechanism of the universe. He believed that the universe isn’t just a random creation, that there’s pattern in its every being. He once said: “When I look at the solar system, I see the earth at the right distance from the sun to receive the proper amounts of heat and light. This did not happen by chance.” Of course, there have been several other scientists over the years who believed otherwise. However, they can’t deny the universe does exhibit observable configurations or patterns, no matter the reason or meaning.
Perhaps, it’s because there was once a universal soul (prime source/energy) that multiplied into several souls before it manifested physically as matter. Greek alchemists called this source Anima Mundi. It’s only theory. But what if that could make a case for uniform, or at least consistent, patterns across the universe? Here’s Soulveda exploring some of the most common patterns noticed in the nature around us and in our galaxy:
The Golden Ratio
Did you know our idea of a proportionate and beautiful human face corresponds to a certain number? 1.618 or phi, to be exact. Often, when we look at a celebrity’s face and think s/he is beautiful, we probably gauge the ‘proportionate’ness of his/her facial features. In fact, a study has proven that we indeed perceive beauty this way. The closer the features are to the golden ratio, the more ‘beautiful’ they seem.
Even the various parts of human body correspond to this divine ratio. Our appendages (head, arms, limbs), and even our sense organs are five in number. And the number five is also the basis for phi. Apparently, computing 5 ^ .5 * .5 + .5 gives a result of 1.6180339 or phi.