First Numerical Sequence Points to Geometry. The previous post just demonstrated how 5,6,7, and 8 came to use in chemistry. Below is the internal link. This is just in case you haven’t already read it. However, there exists an even more basic sequence. That becomes numbers 3,4, and 5. That becomes the domain of geometry. The implication of this relationship is quite profound.
- In a nutshell: Geometry preceded chemistry in creation.
- Creation follows the order of the most basic numbers.
- 1 and 2 are centers.
- Third, and perhaps most significant: Number five is shared by both basic geometrical and chemical essences in creation. We will shortly see how 3,4,5 are employed by geometry. And have already seen how 5,6,7, and 8 are used by chemistry. Note how 5 is a number shared by both systems. Why? It is the central number of the 1st number square. This is pictured below.
- Significantly,5 is also shared by the the aforementioned centers of 1 and 2. In this case, it becomes the Golden Section or ratio known as phi. 
Mathematicians since Euclid have studied the properties of the golden ratio. It appears in the dimensions of a regular pentagon and in a golden rectangle. Such a rectangle may be cut into a square and a smaller rectangle with the same aspect ratio. The golden ratio has also been used to analyze the proportions of: (1) natural objects. (2) Man-made systems such as financial markets.The golden ratio appears in some patterns in nature. These include the spiral arrangement of leaves and other plants.
Where Else is this Geometrical 3,4,5 First Numerical Sequence Found?
Answer: In the geometry of the five Platonic Solids. They are the only five regular polyhedrons that can be built. There is no sixth. Of the five, three are comprised exclusively of triangles. The cube consists of squares. Finally. the dodecahedron has only pentagons.
Somewhere and at sometime, possibly Atlantis, this was all known. Civilization was more ideal. Understanding this missing and forgotten civilization is the goal of “Reviving Antiquity.” Hopefully we can employ some of these techniques to make our own lives better.