Math for Mystics: From the Fibonacci sequence to Luna's Labyrinth to the Golden Section and Other Secrets of Sacred
Modern mathematics as professionally practiced is too often severed from its roots in the marvelous contemplation of our life in nature. When its origins are remembered at all, the focus is usually on necessity, for example the need to measure the movement of the sun or moon for practical matters of planting or harvesting. But to our ancestors even the most practical math was also a source of wonder at the deep yet comprehensible connections within the universe. Renna Shesso's delightful Math for Mystics recovers both the practical and the wonderful in math with a refreshingly clear and lively writing style. Here you will find explained sacred geometry, and not only the math methods but also the associations that inform their proper magical uses.