God’s fingerprint is often referred to as the “Golden Ratio” (1.618) and is the 21st letter of the Greek alphabet, *PHI* [φ] that appears all throughout nature of our world and the universe. It is the universal law of the divine number that ensures harmonious interrelations among all life, and the only number which both ‘adds and multiplies simultaneously.’ The golden ratio or phi is also called by other names such as the Fibonacci numbers, golden mean, divine mean, golden spiral, divine proportion or golden section.

The golden ratio simply appears to be the main source code that we can apply to all intelligent divine creation and is also the number assigned to man. It can be applied to almost all things in our world ranging from the bee honeycomb, nautilus shells, water, roses, sunflowers, snowflakes, music, architecture, art, the planets, galaxy, animals, symbol of Man, the microcosm, and DNA.

In the occult sciences the golden ratio has been known since the time of Greek master mathematician Pythagoras in the 5th and 6th centuries BC. Pythagoras and the Pythagoreans played their role as pioneers in their development of mathematics and for the application of mathematics to the concept of order (Livio,2002). They discovered that the golden ratio is symbolized by the ratios of line segments in a pentagram which is a five-pointed star drawn in one line, or a pentacle is the same star within a circle which both equal PHI.

In modern culture today, author Dan Brown takes this ancient message of the Pythagoreans to the masses in his best seller book “The Da Vinci Code“, where he cleverly uses PHI in how it relates to nature as it connects to religion, the divine feminine, art and architecture. Let’s just say that “The PHI is out of the bag.”

The number of man is based on Phi for the human body in the number 5, which in the occult world is symbolized as an upright pentagram with two feet on the ground, two arms extended to the side and the head in the ascendant position to the heavens of the AS ABOVE. This upright pentagram represents that of the spiritual man or Christ who has control over his lower animal self. We then find the pattern of the number 5 that corresponds with the 5 elements in nature in the SO BELOW.

Here is an image of Man inscribed in a pentagram, from Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa‘s *De occulta philosophia libri tres*. The five signs at the pentagram’s vertices are astrological.

If this pentagram figure is reversed such as in black magic with the two feet or points (horns) in the air and the head or point on the ground (descendant position), it signifies that the animal is paramount over the spiritual.

From our 5 limbs of the torso consisting of the arms, legs and head with each of the 5 limbs containing 5 appendages of fingers and toes that then operate in tandem with the 5 sensory organs of your head with your two eyes, ears and one mouth that in turn activate the 5 senses of sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. Hence, as humans we operate most effectively when we use the Golden Rule to manage how we sense and learn using the math of 5 ^ .5 * .5 + .5 = Phi or 1.6180339. When we humans live by the Golden Rule, this is when the philosopher or adept turns their DNA lead into DNA gold or when they become officially ‘enlightened.’

Scientists have found that the height of one unit of the DNA helix is related to its width in a proportion equal to the “The Golden Spiral (Ratio)” or the Fibonacci and Padovan number series that form the bridge from the number patterns found in in the double helix of DNA and a cross-sectional view of the DNA molecule from the top reveals two pentagons (whose angles are determined by the golden ratio).

The mathematical ratio of the PHI or the golden ratio has been found to be the only mathematical configuration that can duplicate itself and ad infinitum without variance. Dr. Leonard Horowitz had demonstrated that DNA emits and receives phonons and photons, and one of the theories is that this golden spiral represents a geometrically encoded instructional pattern in our DNA and the brain that determines who we are, what we are, how we look and how we live.

This is what occurs in our cells and DNA that explains why our DNA holds the lost secrets to our past, and how in my mind I know we obtain Gnosis. As this infinite mathematical configuration and duplication occurs both in the universe and nature, it also occurs in man or DNA.

It has been said that the one with the most gold wins, and now I AM beginning to think that maybe they weren’t talking about shiny gold bars or coins, but actually a type of gold that resides within our DNA. As the Greeks had said, “all beauty is mathematics” or should I say, “all beauty is the mathematics of DNA?” 16th century German mathematician, astronomer and astrologer, Johannes Kepler, (1571-1630) had said, “Geometry has two great treasures: one is the Theorem of Pythagoras; the other, the division of a line into extreme and mean ratio. The first we may compare to a measure of gold; the second we may name a precious jewel.”

Your DNA is everything from your looks, to intelligence and the ability to succeed in your particular environment, which all depends on the history of the knowledge that resides in the blood that runs through your veins. When all is said and done, your DNA is you and you are your DNA. This is where there is a particular mathematical order that forms who you are by organizing the chaos and order from within, so that you can operate effectively on the without in the world by playing the right Gnostic tune according to your particular DNA.

“All life is biology. All biology is physiology. All physiology is chemistry. All chemistry is physics. All physics is math.” – Dr. Stephen Marquardt

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A Priestess of the K’rla Cell (a lodge of the Typhonian O.T.O. based in Miami, Fl.) discovered the Golden Mean in a text ‘received’ by occult author Aleister Crowley in Cairo, Egypt in 1904. Cptr. 1 vs. 25 simply reads “Divide, add, multiply, and understand.” When taken as a number (1.25), one can DIVIDE by its sq. root, ADD the sq. root of the vs.(0.5) and MULTIPLY successively to get the powers of Phi. The text, titled Liber AL vel Legis or “The Book of the Law”, contains other clues as well. The color gold is mentioned in the text more often than any other color, and it stresses the divine nature of “the five-pointed star”. It is dedicated to the Egyptian deity Horus, whose number was 5. Yet nowhere in any of his writings does Crowley (author of over 50 books) mention this fact. I would appreciate any follow-up comments on the matter. Since I’d been a failing student in arithmetic all my life I had to work from the ground up to teach myself Fibonacci mathematics, and have spent 42 years studying Crowley’s works from this perspective.

25 years of research on GOLDEN RATIO in DNA and GENOMES:

a full tour on golden ratio in dna here… https://plus.google.com/+jeanclaudePerez/posts/awYoHWNSnMQ