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Silky Oaks Lodge - Australia

A gateway to Tropical North Queensland, the elegant Silky Oaks Lodge on the Mossman Gorge River offers accommodation in a fine array of river and tree houses designed to connect guests with the surrounding nature. All tropically inspired units have marble bathrooms and tasteful furnishings made of rosewood and oak, and some of the upgraded suites come with spectacular rainforest views and terraces/balconies furnished with daybeds and hammocks. Further amenities at this eco-luxury lodge include an award-winning spa inspired by the surrounding Daintree Rainforest, and the open-sided Treehouse Restaurant, where guests can enjoy romantic riverside dining while savoring delicious Australian cuisine and wines.

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Decoding the realms of subconscious thought, acknowledging the bridge between soul and self.

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Decoding the realms of subconscious thought, acknowledging the bridge between soul and self.

staceyjunior:

Fibonacci - Golden Section / Fibonacci sequence. 

To begin, Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician who discovered and documented how a particular mathematical sequence of numbers was found throughout history up to the present day and is in everything within our universe. 

The sequence of numbers is basically, the next number is the sum of the previous two.. so it would be..

0 … 1 … 1… 2 … 3 … 5 … 8 … 13 … 21 …….. it is never ending.

This sequence is then turned into a series of boxes, this is shown clearly in the image with the shell. Each number represents a box with the edge of a box being the same as the number it represents. This would mean bigger and bigger boxes being added. 

You can then see that the spiral drawn over the shell image starts at the boxes representing one, and continues to wrap around each other box. This creates the spiral that is found in hundreds of different things both natural and man made. 

You can see from the Monalisa painting that Leonardo Da Vinci used this method in his paintings to correctly paint the proportions of a human. 

This method was also used in ancient Greece which they used when designing buildings.

This sequence of numbers is found in things such as the human body, the human hands, the human ear, the lungs, the universe, shells, snow flakes, spiral staircase, architecture and so much more. 

This formula is in everyday life and is an astonishing discovery made by Leonardo Fibonacci. 

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