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Qi Men Dun Jia and the Golden Section

Authors: John Frederick Sweeney

Qi Men Dun Jia is based on the Clifford Clock, as well as an icosahedron. The purpose of the icosahedron relates to the Pisano Period, which has a limit of 60, or the periodicity of Fibonacci Numbers and the Fibonacci Spiral, which are related to the Golden Ratio and the Platonic Solids. In addition, the icosahedron forms an isomorphic relationship to the 60 Jia Zi and 60 Na Yin of Chinese metaphysics, which provide the entry point for the Five Elements into the formation of matter. The icosahedron is composed of three Golden Rectangles and is edged in the Golden Ratio. The three Golden Rectangles are directly related to three Fano Planes, which are composed of Octonions. Taken together, the Pisano Period, Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Section outline the path of growth of matter in the universe. Trigonometric, elliptic and Jacobi functions lend the model additional types of periodicity. By following this natural order, the Qi Men Dun Jia model is capable of making accurate predictions about natural and human phenomena, which can be replicated by other analysts.

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