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tito_zoulou

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Golden Number linked to 666
Posted: May 6, 2005 10:24 AM
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Golden Number linked to 666
Formal Proof needed

Hello,

While working on my websites on 666 Myth ( http://www.666myth.co.nr/ French = http://www.666mythe.co.nr/ ), on Pope Benedict 16 - Mark 666 ( http://www.chez.com/cosmos2000/Forums/NEWS_MemoryPopeJohnPaul_II.html ) and on Isomorphous Triplets ( http://www.chez.com/cosmos2000/Numbers/IsomorphousTriplets.html ), I have found recently direct links between the Beast Number 666 and the famous Golden Number Phi, well-known by Pythagoras, Leonardo da Vinci, Vitruvian Man ... and in Sacred Geometry, in architecture and many natural phenomenons. This unexpected and incredible relation 666 versus Phi may constitute a way for the Rehabilitation of 666 !!! ...

First we have this curious relations:

666 = 7^3 pi (Phi ? 1) = 7^3 pi phi or 666 = (6/5) 7^3 Phi
with pi = 3.141593 Phi = 1.618034 phi = Phi -1 = 0.618034 and 7^3 = cubic of 7

Besides, after computing some sinus and cosines [a good online Trigonometry calculator available at http://www.1728.com/trigcalc.htm ], expressed in Degrees and absolute values, we obtain:

Phi /2 = sin 666º = cos 324º = cos 216º = cos 144º = cos 36º = 0.80901699...
Phi = 2sin 666º = 2cos 324º = 2cos 216º = 2cos 144º = 2cos 36º = 1,61803399...
Phi = sin 666º + cos 216º = sin 666º + cos (6x6x6)º
Phi = cos 144º + cos 36º = cos [(6+6) x (6+6)]º + cos (6 x 6)º
Phi = sin 666º + cos 144º = sin 666º + cos [(6+6) x (6+6)]º

But, I am wondering if there could exist formal mathematical proofs for this 666 and Golden Number links.

Thanks for advice and help



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