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The Divine Proportion

by Scott Onstott

An astonishing full-color view of the proportion that simultaneously patterns structures as small as DNA and as large as galaxies. This collection of illustrations will take you on an epic journey exploring the golden ratio in mathematics, geometry, music, philosophy, psychology, art, archaeology, architecture, molecular biology, plant morphology, human physiology, geography, physics and astronomy.

This book has the potential to change the way you view the universe and yourself.

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8.5″ x 8.5″ full color paperback — 54 pages
 
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Book review:

“For those who are interested in acquiring knowledge of nature’s continuous geometric proportions, self-similarities and primordial spirals encoded in and found throughout this Universe, this book is a must have. With a remarkable collection of illustrations, Scott Onstott introduces you to the divine proportion pervasive in all fields of science, music and ancient history from the divine proportions at the atomic scale, to our galaxy and the pyramids of Egypt. Thus, enhancing your ability to perceive nature’s golden proportions. A great collection with powerful insights.” -Adam Dorfman, author of Conceptual Revolutions in Science

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  1. What I love about your work and the truths which it reveals is that God is all around us. These Temples and Masonic or Gnostic Structures simply reveal the order and beauty of God which manifests in every cell of our bodies, in every creature and plant and in all life. Temples help us to see the beauty which makes up the universe. As our Bible says there is no where that we can go to get outside of God. We dwell in God. Out of His love we are given the freedom to act in harmony with him or to act against harmony, beauty, and love. We are made out of love. Your work helps us to see who we truly are. Praise be to God. And thank you Scott for showing us more clearly the face of God.

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