he Great Golden TriangleI discovered, analyzed and described it since my first research for the drafting of the treatise “The secret of the 5 Tibetan Rites” in 2003, subsequently enriched by other studies on the
It deals with the symbol of 'sacred geometry' that is most in keeping with the esoteric scheme of an organic arrangement of the Cosmic Order, the most difficult and complex diagram that can be conceived, which I will present in some more detail below.
This being as well a figure who has kept the minds and efforts of many researchers and mathematicians in check from the very beginning, I thought I had finalized my resources;
nevertheless an unexpected will stimulated me
towards the illuminating definition of the Cosmic Egg in a golden key, a dutiful rectification of the traditional one, as transmitted from the ancient East, in which as by chance I came across some articles that attribute it to the Vedas, although not fail to rely on a reference to the so-called "Egyptian Triangle".
The extraordinary golden triangle presented from the very first steps numerical analogies too significant not to be made a reason for acquiring important concepts hitherto neglected, which suggested the hypothesis that the squaring of the circle was not possible precisely because it was conceived and researched until to date; so much so as to make plausible a methodological revision based on overcoming the partially recognized, but not yet overcome, inhomogeneities.
At first, aware of moving on land burned by centuries of dooms to the stake, now stigmatized by the concept of area, I raised the idea that the right direction of research was not so much that of squaring the area of the circle, but to rectify its circumference, inspired by the fact that geometry does not trace areas but perimeters; and I would soon find confirmation.
In order to penetrate the depth of the composition of said triangle, we will make an initial circle the heart of a process that will see three other circumferences develop concentrically with diameters in a ratio of Φ to each other.