## Square of 125

This geometric configuration contains a lot of information, and for those who wish to recreate and investigate this further, start with measurements ab **.5** + be **√1.25** = ae **ϕ**. Several dimensions are provided below.

ge .5, gf .1, ak √.05, as .1, ag √(ϕ + 1.25), bg √1.5, cg √1.05

lc/le= √5, hc/hd= √5 + 1, bc= √.05, bi= .125, bc/bi= √3.2, ch/hd= √3.2, bn/ne= √5, ag/gm= √5 + 1

pg/pr = √5, rn/nl = √5, pr/rl=√5, op/oq=√5, fl/fg= √3.2 Etc.

5 and 3.2 links:

5 x 3.2 = 16

√5 x √3.2 = 4 and √5 / √3.2 = 1.25 [4 x 1.25 = 5]

125 / 3.2 = **39.0625**

By connecting the corners of those rotating squares in the blue upper right quadrant, g to n, and n to h etc.,

a Golden ratio spiral section (quarter circle) is formed.

Golden Rectangles Construction:

Start the process by drawing guide lines A and B parallel to the square’s external margins, and connect them to the smal circled junction points. In this 2-dimensional diagram there are 8 Golden ratio spirals.

The point to which all golden rectangles converge is sometimes called the “Eye of God”. Here 8 golden rectangles and their converging points form a circle, and a radius (**R**) which is __equal to__ the sides of length of the square (**L**).

**D** / **R** = **√** (√5 + 3) is one example of interesting ratios that can be found within this diagram. This is just one face of a cube, and there are 48 golden rectangles in total, so try to imagine this as a three-dimensional cube.

Measurements and ratios that occur in this geometric drawing, show that there is one arithmetical number that is prominent, and that number is **5**. In Biblical scripture the number 5 symbolizes “Grace”.