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//WORKBOOK, The DIVINE PROPORTION: Mathemagics For Juniors

WORKBOOK, The DIVINE PROPORTION: Mathemagics For Juniors

$40.00

This book is a distillation and summary of The Book Of Phi, volume 1 published in 2002.
Its basic premise is to view Mathematics as Pictures or Power Art, that is recognized as Feminine, Right Brain Mathematics. Its like the reader is putting on X-Ray goggles to see Numbers as Shapes: the Universal Language of Pattern Recognition.
Jain explores the Fibonacci Sequence and magically transforms it into exquisite Art.
Great for teenage students wanting to further their love of Numbers and great for adults who are willing to learn again.
Jain believes that if most students who struggled with mathematics were to simply have studied these mathematical patterns, and not learnt their algebra and trigonometry as required, would have seen life through another lens and developed a deeper appreciation for the Beauty of Mathematics.

Description

There are 5 sections in these Notes:

1 – ABOUT “The Divine Proportion, Workbook”
2 – BACK COVER BLURB
3 – CONTENTS
4 – 12 SAMPLE PAGES From
“The Divine Proportion, Workbook”
5 – SEARCH ENGINE KEYWORDS


Section 1- ABOUT “The Divine Proportion, Workbook”

subtitle: The Fabulous Fibonacci Sequence

This book contains 140 pages, mainly computerized, highly illustrated, the book is a golden rectangle but fitted or orientated to A4 portrait, and perfect bound.
Self Published in 2016 First Edition
ISBN: 978-0-9872543-3-7

Published: 2016

Product Description:

sub-titled: The Fabulous Fibonacci Sequence: the Living Mathematics of Nature is the key to understanding the Golden Mean or Phi Ratio, is Jain’s 6th Workbook for Children of ages 9 years and over. Available for the international and online curriculum, this content provides insight into Fractality, Galactic and Atomic Mathematics.

This book is a collector’s item, it is a summary of 25 years of avid research on this exciting topic.


Section 2 – BACK COVER BLURB

THE DIVINE PROPORTION 1:1.618033988…

AND THE FABULOUS FIBONACCI SEQUENCE
WORKBOOK
1 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 8 – 13 – 21 – 34 – 55 – 89 – 144 –

⦁ Jain 108 of Australia has distilled the last 30 years of his research towards the re-introduction of Sacred Geometry back into the public school curriculum.
⦁  100 years ago, topics like the 5 Platonic Solids, the Fibonacci Sequence and the Golden Mean Spiral were highlights of a national curriculum handed down to us for over 2,000 years since the Greek empire. To our detriment, heads of government made the decision, 100 years ago, to remove this legacy from the national curriculum. Since then, students world-wide have shut down from learning mathematics due to its current dry, factory-style content.
Jain Mathemagics is merely putting back into the curriculum that which was already there!
Jain succeeds in communicating to Youth in a highly visual Language permitting the Students to understand the in-depth meanings of concepts like: Fractality, Infinite Series, Scale Invariancy etc.

This book is a distillation and summary of The Book Of Phi, volume 1 published in 2002.

Its basic premise is to view Mathematics as Pictures or Power Art, that is recognized as Feminine, Right Brain Mathematics. Its like the reader is putting on X-Ray goggles to see Numbers as Shapes: the Universal Language of Pattern Recognition.

Jain explores the Fibonacci Sequence and magically transforms it into exquisite Art.

Great for teenage students wanting to further their love of Numbers and great for adults who are willing to learn again.

Jain believes that if most students who struggled with mathematics were to simply have studied these mathematical patterns, and not learnt their algebra and trigonometry as required, would have seen life through another lens and developed a deeper appreciation for the Beauty of Mathematics.

“If I were to leave this planet and leave one gift that would best serve me to be remembered by or to share gems of knowledge, it would no doubt be this Compendium. I am excited to release these gems in the exciting year of 2016, a time when many hidden or esoteric studies are being raised into full view. I believe that these simple Mathematical Codes are Celestial Transcripts and are part of our Ascension Process”.

 

Get involved with your Child’s education.
This highly visual curriculum for Children aged from 9 onwards is the first Miniversity of its kind, introducing young children to the fascinating world of Sacred Geometry and Mandala Creation. 
A must for all Keen Teens and Adults wishing to learn again.
The Divine Phi Proportion is a highly visual presentation of the ancient branch of mathematics called Sacred Geometry. It is encouraged that these Starkidz learn these 10 lessons as a supplement or complement to learning their Multiplication Table which is also recommended for 9 to 12 year olds (Mathemagics For Juniors).
When the Numbers (Male Left Brain) of a Magic Square are translated into a Picture, it creates Whole Brain Learning or Feminine Right Brain Mathematics that responds to pictures. This course teaches the Beauty of Mathematics and Geometry.
A lot of this material was in the original Greek syllabus 2000 years ago and it got taken out about 100 years ago.
Jain is merely putting back into the curriculum that which was always there.

Jain talks to the children as if they were young adults, using a highly intelligent vocabulary of words like Torus, Fractal, Platonic Solids, Labyrinth all of which they understand.

Jain 2016

BACK COVER


 Section 3 – C O N T E N T S

  • The Chapter Titles for the 10 Week course designed for Mathemagics For Juniors, 2016, for students aged from 9 to 12 years old, but available for Keen Teens and Adults of all ages, include:

0- Introduction to the Divine Proportion ϕ and the Living Mathematics Of Nature

1- Pine Cone and Sunflower
– Counter-Rotating Fields
– Generating the Fibonacci Sequence
2- Division of Adjacent Fibonacci Numbers
– Phi Wave Tending Towards 1.618033988…
– Square Root of Phi = 1.272…
3- The Phi Spiral Derived From The Fibonacci Sequence
– Living Curvation Of Nature
– Construction of the Fibonacci Rectangle
– Construction of the Phi Spiral
4- Phi Heart
– The 3-Dimensional Phi Spiral Ram’s Horn & The 4th-Dimensional Torus
5- The Universal ST ND RD – Definition of Phi Ratio
– How To Divide a Line Into its Divine Proportion
– Construction of the Arbelos
6- Fibonacci Number Theory
– The 60 Repeating Pattern: Plotting the Last Digits
– Digital Compression of the Fibonacci Numbers + Tesla
– Circularizing the Phi Code Wheel of 24
– The 24 Repeating Pattern of (108 + 9) in its 2 x 12 Array
– The “±1 or Plus Or Minus One” Phenomena
– Sums of any Fibonaccoid Sequences Resolve to 1.618…
– Squaring of Fib Nos.

7- Harmonics of the Pentacle
– Fractal Pent and Phi Triangles

8- Phi in the Penrose Tiles
– 2 special diamond shapes that assists the Pentagon to tile the plane
9- Phi and Polyhedra
– Golden Rectangles inside the Icosahedron and other Platonic Solids.
and much more…

 

“Enjoy this highly educational  and intelligent content of this syllabus that stimulates children and adults of all ages, awakening them to the Memory of Ancient Knowledge”.
Jain 108

 

From the source book: The Art Of Number:
page 70    Chapter 4
FIBONACCI NUMBERS GENERATING The PHI SPIRAL
page 71   — PART 1
What You Already Know About Phi & The Fibonacci Sequence
page 82   — PART 2
What You Don’t Know About Phi & The Fibonacci Sequence. Jain’s Discovery of the Repeating 24 Pattern
page 89   — PART 3 (See Teacher’s Manual)
 What You Need To Know About Phi & The Fibonacci Sequence.
Time Code 12:24:60 Encrypted in the Fibonacci Sequence & 
Pascal’s Triangle
— PART 4 (See Teacher’s Manual)
The Binary Code Vs The Phi Code


Section 4
– 12 SAMPLE PAGES  From
“The Divine Proportion, Workbook”

1- (page 12 of 140)

2- (page 14 of 140)

3- (page 17 of 140)

4- (page 41 of 140)


5- (page 48 of 140)

6- (page 51 of 140)



7- (page 68 of 140)

 

8- (page 81 of 140)

 

9- (page 84 of 140)

 

10- (page 95 of 140)

 

11- (page 110 of 140)

12- (page 128 of 140)


Section 5 – SEARCH ENGINE KEYWORDS

Da Vinci, Code, Phi ratio, golden mean, divine proportion, sacred geometry, ancient knowledge. Jain, Jain 108, Vedic Mathematics, Fibonacci, Fibonacci Numbers, Platonic Solids, Cuboctahedron, crystals, Pythagoras, Decagon, Gayatri Mantra, DNA, D.N.A., Pine Cone, fractal, Sunflower, biology, pentacle, infinite mathematics, recursive, embedded, pattern, formula, secret, rosary beads, 108, 108 degrees, mantra, Sanskrit, sonic, code, sound, vibration, dodecahedron, icosahedron, tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, shape, pentagon, phi, heart, fractal, fractality, etheric, meditation, ascension, multi-dimensional, dimensions, sacred cut, fourth dimension, sphere, spherical packing, kissing number, sacred cut, Phidias, Parthenon, Oracle of Delphi, galactic, galactic maths, unity, transcendental number, pi, formula,  Mona Lisa, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, star, pentagram, counter-rotating field, pine cone, pineal gland, seeds, nesting, lesser maze, spirals, human body, canon, decimal, recursion, Living Mathematics of Nature, circumference, squaring of the circle, periodicity, 24, 12 pairs of 9, digital compression, base 12, Stonehenge, pyramids, Egypt, magic sums, magic squares, magic cubes, exponential number, magic constants, infinite, infinity, vedic mathematics, sutras, language, language of light, love, heart, numbers, symbols, new millennium mathematics, f.r.e.e.d.o.m.s., golden section, triangle d’0r, suppression, philosophy, unity in trinity, unity tri-vided, rabbit problem, genealogy of the drone bee, Voroslev, stock market, 1/89, digital sums, reduced digits, palindrome, pascal’s triangle, geometric series, arithmetic series, harmonics of a decagon, the temple of Diana, sacred architecture, Archimedean solids, jitterbug, star tetrahedron, silicon chip, atomic structure, Charles Leadbeater, Buckminster Fuller, Dan Winter, Drunvalo Melchizedek, Stan Tenen, Robert Lawlor, Chris Illert, Callum Coats, Bruce Cathie, Victor Schauberger, Keith Critchlow, Gustav Fechner, Plato, Vitruvius, Escher, Benjamin Franklin, Edwin Abbott, Timaeus and Critias, Leo Moser, Walter Russell, Derald Langham, Gauss, Claude Bragdon, Marko Rodin, Halayudha, Annie Besant, Kepler, Lawrence Blair, Marie Curie, Einstein, Euclid, Euler, Sloane, Martin Gardner, Al jabr Khwarizmi, Tibetan cosmology, occult chemistry, tube torus doughnut, soap bubbles, axes of spin, logarithmic spiral, shadow flames, sufi, goddess of health, Hygia, Hygeia, involute of a circle, sacred cut, perfect division, extreme balance, Golden Measure, Jesus Christ, creation, vesica piscis, beryl, domes, eye of the spiral, vortex, Liber Abaci, prime numbers, bees, Fibonacci Quarterly, physics, Fortuna Alliance, Cheops, Giza, Gizeh, starfish, mathematical beauty, beauty, puzzle, ancient, complements of nine, genetic memory, 1.618033988, phi wave, temple of Poseidon, chakra, manipura, theosophy, theosophical society, venus orbit, beryllium crystal, star of Solomon yantra, periodic table, Enochian Tablet, Tree of Life, 666, sneezewort, radiolaria, alchemy, Islamic, gann, symmetry, Mathemagics, zero, phi code, cubic numbers, triangular numbers, magic tetrahedron, pollen, micro fossils, pyramid numbers, the exponential Function, Harmonic Stairway, Jain’s Dictionary of Numbers, 1/9899, fusion of hex and pent, electronic calculator,  unity square, polyhedron, tesseract, duals of the platonic solids, rose flower, implosion, swastika, 3 dimensional, computer chip circuit,  angles of the angels, quartz, silicon dioxide, diamond, carbon atoms, micro-psi, ashmolean stones, reciprocal, nesting tori, spherical memory, mystic cross, magnetic fields, Sunflower Map, toroidal, zodiac, Flower of life, lo-shu, The Book Of Magic Squares, Natural Squares, akashic records, tetrahedral consciousness, sri yantra, sri chakra, Earth Heart, eight original cells, algebra, formula, fourth dimensional,  golden triangle, Jacob’s Ladder, Law of the Squares, lemniscate, logarithm, lucas numbers, merkabah, Free Masons, mitosis, nautilius pompilius, negative numbers, nine point circle, nonagon, numerology, parabola, pattern recognition, self-similarity, silver ratio,

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Weight1100 g
Dimensions30 x 21 x 2 cm

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