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The Golden Prize

Wright, Cavin

Editore: Eloquent Books, 2008
ISBN 10: 160693046X / ISBN 13: 9781606930465
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Titolo: The Golden Prize

Casa editrice: Eloquent Books

Data di pubblicazione: 2008

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Riassunto: Could Stonehenge be the key to the secrets of the Great Pyramid? Was Plato?s account of Atlantis accurate? Is it possible to achieve light-speed travel? Does Earth have a hidden past? Was the Great Pyramid built in two stages, centuries apart? Do Fibonacci numbers conceal a mystic code? What is Bala Squared and what is its significance? Can the location of the Hall of Records be identified? Would discovery of the records prove the existence of Atlantis? Is humanity on the verge of a quantum leap forward? Could Code Nine identif y the Antichrist? Can the year of Christ?s return be established? And what is the Golden Prize? Read this fascinating book to help find answers to these mysteries.

Dall'autore: Put a male and female rabbit in a cage and pretty soon you'll find three. Right?

After a while, there will be five, then eight, then thirteen, then twenty one!

2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21.

What is the pattern here?

We are adding each number to the previous one.

It was a man named Fibonacci who discovered this sequence.

Now, we can go on indefinitely with these calculations:

...13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377., 610...

But when we reach the figure of 144, a strange thing happens:

144 divided by 233 = 0.61803

233 divided by 377 = 0.61803

377 divided by 610 = 0,61803

Inversely, 610 over 377 = 1.61803

This is the mathematical value known as phi - or the Golden Mean.

Pi in its simplist form is 22/7 = 3.142857. We use pi to calculate the circumference and area of a circle.

Both these values were used extensively in the building of the Great Pyramid.

In From Dust to Trust, I explained how I discovered a concept which I called Bala Squared, which I believe is the golden mean of pi and phi.

For the ramifications of this concept, and other fascinating historical mysteries, check out The Golden Prize.

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