Phi in the Sky

I’m sorry for the delay in my posts. I’ve been working all week on the follow up article to the 10 Utterances and it’s such a crucial topic that spans 5 Torah portions that it’s taking longer then anticipated.

Meanwhile, one of you had asked me for some deeper math–everyone else can take a deep breath. I’ve only seen a glimpse of the complexity of the math behind the Torah, but it was enoughto know that with our gematria cipher connections, square roots, sums of integers, factorials, and with our simple formulas we are only cruising the surface. The truth would make an MIT professor blush.

One bit I will share today partials covers the amazing mathematic constant Phi. The understanding about this marvelous primordial constant will help explain why G-d based His divine plan and calendar around the numbers 5778, 666, and 18.

As readers of There’s Nothing Random About the Universe know, besides Pi, there is another primordial mathematical constant that also came into being at the exact moment of Creation and that is Phi (1.61803399…). The Greeks called it the golden mean because it governs all the spiraling growth in the universe, from the petals on a flower and the branches of a tree, to our DNA and the arms of the Milky Way.

Just like Pi, which mathematically bends a straight line into a circle regardless of its size, so too does Phi dictate the proportions and the angles in which a natural spiral grows. Phi is considered golden for another reason; everything that’s built using the phi proportion (1.61803399 : 1) is said to be in perfect harmony visually, spatially, and spiritually, and this resonates with our senses and sensibilities.

The thing about Phi that makes it so special and significant for us is that it’s based on unity, the number One (1) as in “He and His Name are One” and “G-d is One” and “One Soul.” All other numbers are constructed by dividing 1 into segments or equal or disproportionate length. The Phi division is always proportionate and always reflects the original unity (1).

We’ll get into what phi looks like in a moment, but we’d like to illustration Phi’s connection to unity first, and since the phi proportion formula Phi = 1 + 1/Phi can be expanded recursively to obtain a continuous fraction of 1‘s, we get :

Phi = [1;1,1,1,…] = 1 + 1/(1+1/(1+1/(1+…)

and also its reciprocal:

Phi-1 = [0;1,1,1,…] = 0 + 1/(1+1/(1+1/(1+…)

Moreover, since the phi proportion can also be writing as the equation Phi2= 1+ Phi we likewise get the continuous square root unity (1) formula:

Phi = √(1+√(1+√(1+√(1+…)

That said, we should also note that Phi can be equally constructed with the square root of 5, pretty appropriate considering G-d gave us the 5 Books of Moses.

Now, Phi, as a number, is an irrational constant whose digits go on and on infinitely, and thus dividing or multiplying by it should only infrequently give us a whole number. Well, actually, it never can, but if we set our criteria as the rounding off of the resultant numbers at three or more decimal places (i.e. 2207.0001) then we should come up a relatively small, yet still sizeable set of numbers, given that we’re considering all the known whole numbers in the universe.

Now, Phi has a very special property and that is that when we square it (multiply it by itself) it is really the same as adding a 1 to the number, which is what was expressed in the formulas above, but what it means is that 1.61803399 squared = 2.61803399. And the same holds true when we take the inverse of Phi, or 1/Phi, which is 1/1.61803399, and get .61803399, which is precisely Phi-1.

This special property is what actually gives Phi the ability to form spiraling effects on numbers, matter, and on energy. But be that as it may, any irrational constant, including Phi, when multiplied by itself or any other non-whole number for that matter will give another irrational number, and thus give us the same unlikelihood of getting a whole number rounded off to 3 decimal places.

Now, we said all this preamble because there is one number that is not only part of that short set of numbers wholly divisible by phi (1.61803399+) to 3 decimal places, but its equally so by Phi2 and by 1/Phi. Moreover, it’s also part of an even smaller set that’s also wholly divisible to the same extent by Phi3 and also by (Phi2+1), (Phi-1), (Phi-1)2, and (Phi-1)3, and also (Phi-2), and also (Phi-3) and by (Phi2-4) and (Phi3-4)2 too.

Even given an infinite set of numbers to work with, the resultant set of numbers that can do this is getting quite limited and most of them if they exist, are only multiples of 5778, yes 5778, as in the surface temperature of the Sun, 5778 K and the year the tzaddikim have given us for the geula (final redemption) and the coming of the Moshiach, the Messiah.

That a number even exists which can be evenly divided by several different endless irrational constants is mind boggling, but that relatively miniscule set dwindles down to just a single number when we further apply the criteria of dividing it by Phi-1, by Phi-2, Phi-3, by (Phi-2 +1), and (Phi-6 +1) and by the square root of 5 as well, or in mathematical notation √5.

The next series of minor revelations may shed some light though on the process by which 5778 became so unique. When we divide 5778 by Phi raised to the power of 15, or Phi15 , it equates to approximately 4.24, which is the numerical value of Mashiach Ben David, the Messiah, Son of David.

And then when we divide 5778 by Phi raised to the power of 16 we get 5778/Phi16 = 2.61803399 = Phi2. And then when we divide 5778 by Phi raised to the power of 17 we get 5778/Phi17 = 1.61803399 = Phi. And finally, when we divide 5778 by Phi raised to the power of 18 we get 1, or written as an equation 5778/ Phi18 = 1.0000000….

5778/ Phi18 = 1.0000000….

in other words

Phi18 = 5778

So it all boils down to Phi18 = 5778 and the square root of 18 = 4.242640,  the numerical value of Mashiach Ben David..

The number 18, the numerical value of chai, life, is of course 18 = 6 + 6 +6 and there exists a soecial trigonometric relationship between Phi and 666 such that:

Phi/2 = sin 666° = cos(6x6x6°)

and thus

Phi = sin 666° + cos(6x6x6°)


Like I said, it gets pretty complicated underneath the codes. And for those that may question further there assumptions/beliefs that the Mashiach is supposed to arrive in the year 6000, ponder this:

360°/phi 222.5°

and


6000 – 222 = 5778

360 degrees is a full cirle, once again unity and oneness.

Yes, Mashiach may come in late 5777 and the geula in 5778. Please do not get hung up on that.  The point is that G-d has a plan and we have hope, and need to work to be part of that plan to convert our hopes into reality, the reality of the tree-of-life.

B”H, very soon, we’ll bring you the sequel to the 10 Utterances and even more of G-d’s divine intentions will be revealed for us to learn and grow from.

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