Cosmometry of Phi


Cosmometry is the study of the fundamental patterns, structures, processes and principles underlying all manifestation, micro to macro, physical and metaphysical. This “cosmic geometry” exists in everything as a fractal-holographic presence that in itself is always whole and complete, yet most often is discerned in nature through perceiving only the “parts” of this wholeness, of which it is comprised. There are three fundamental aspects that make up the core of what is in actuality a unified model. These are:

Structural Form: The inherent tensegrity (tensional integrity) of energetic interaction that creates the primary set of geometric structures (a.k.a poly-vertexia) including tetrahedron, octahedron, cube, icosahedron, dodecahedron, and cuboctahedron (vector equilibrium), and the myriad of permutations of these primary structures

Field Patterning: The field of energy that surrounds and permeates an entity as a standing wave pattern

Flow Process: The flow of energy in and around and between all entities in the cosmos

Each of these fundamental aspects has unique characteristics that can be discerned and defined, and all three are completely interrelated as a unified whole. 

There are also characteristic qualities of the wholeness itself; those that can be found in all three of these fundamental aspects and throughout all kinds and scales of physical and energetic manifestation. One such quality is the ubiquitous ratio called Phi. This section provides a brief introduction to some of the observed qualities inherent in phi and illustrates observations of these qualities as they appear in nature.