Fibonacci Sequence

The Fibonacci sequence represents a naturally occurring pattern of numbers that are related to the growth of every living thing from a single cell to a hive of bees and ultimately to mankind. The sequence is represented as follows:
F(n) = 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610, 987, 1597 ..........
Each number in the sequence is the sum of the 2 numbers before it.

This sequence has some very interesting properties, one of which can be seen when you divide one number in the sequence by the preceding number. For example 21 / 13 = 1.615, the result converges to a fixed number known as the Golden Ratio, the higher up the sequence the more precise the ratio obtained, for example 377 / 233 = 1.618.

In numerology the individual elements of the sequence have special meaning. When we combine the Personal Year, Life Path Number and Chaldean Number and compare the result to the nearest Fibonacci number the amount removed represents the Fibonacci Variant (δ). The lower the number the more balanced the outcome.

Example Calculation
Personal Year: 2
Life Path Number: 7
Chaldean Number: 5

The nearest Fibonacci number to 275 is 233, hence δ = 42. As this number is < 50 we would expect the year to be fairly balanced with a minimal amount of challenges needing to be faced.

Golden Ratio
This is a special ratio that describes the proportions of many naturally occurring objects from atoms to large celestial bodies. Nature relies on these specific proportions in order to maintain balance, the exact value is (√5 + 1) / 2 which also satisfies the equation:
x - 1 = 1 / x
The meaning of the golden ratio ultimately remains hidden, but the natural world seems to be universally guided by it. Fibonacci numbers and the golden ratio are concepts associated with Sacred Geometry.

Golden ratio

Updated: 17/12/2023