Sacred Geometry based on Phi

5 appears in the human body, which has proportions based on phi


5 appears in the human body, which has proportions based on phi

An interesting aspect of phi and five is in relation to the design of the human body, which in addition to being based on phi relationships in its proportions, has:

  • 5 appendages from the torso, in the two arms, two legs and a head,
  • 5 appendages on each of legs and arms in the five fingers and five toes,
  • 5 openings on the face, and
  • 5 senses in sight, sound, touch, taste and smell.
  • 5 deserves a ”high 5″ for its role in phi, don’t you think!

Phi gives superior acoustics

It is believed the Greeks used Golden Ratio to achieve the wonderful sound and “ideal acoustics” that Golden Proportion rooms have. Many cathedrals also use the Golden Section, in part, for the same reason. The Golden Section not only minimizes acoustic resonance, it also imparts a very musical quality to the remaining sound.

Phi Relationships in Color


The colors of the Tabernacle are based on a phi relationship

The PhiBar program produces the colors that the Bible says God gave to Moses for the construction of the Tabernacle.

As it says in Exodus 26:1, “Make the tabernacle with ten curtains of finely twisted linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn, with cherubim worked into them by a skilled craftsman.”

Set the primary color of the PhiBar program to blue, the secondary color of the PhiBar to purple and it reveals the Phi color to be scarlet.

Phi relationships in a color spectrum produce rich, appealing color combinations