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Golden Ratio a miracle of Kaaba, Islam and Quran: a mathematical proof
1.618~ (or its inverse 0.618~): Number of Golden Ratio is a mystery of Kaaba and an evidence God’s infinite truth with in the holy Quran.
The golden ratio, also known as the divine proportion, golden mean, phi constant or golden section, is a ratio of two numbers (in distance, weight, proportion, etc), which is usually encountered when taking distances in geometric figures and biological systems. It is an instrument of measurement and growth efficiency. It is evident in the universe as well as our own bodies.
Unbelievably, the closer a ratio to this number in an object or a system of objects, the more beautiful it is manifested in the human eye.
The Creator has always used the very same number in numerous events in the universe; in our heart pulses, our arms and legs, eyebrows and teeth.
The aspect ratio of DNA spiral, in the special design of the universe called dodecahedron, in the leaf array rules of plants called phylotaxy, in the snowflake crystals, in the spiral structure of numerous galaxies.
The Creator used the same number; the number of golden ratio which is 1.618~.
It is determined that this ratio has been used for the design of various reputable architectural structures, even including Pyramids in Egypt. Famous astronomer Kepler defined this number as a great treasury. Numerous famous painters, engineers and architects, like Leonardo Da Vinci, knowingly or unknowingly, have been using this ratio in their works of art for hundreds of years.
As a result of his 25 years long study, aesthetician Dr. Steven Markout proves that each of human faces and bodies, created pursuant to this ratio, are completely beautiful. If the relative ratio is 1.618 for the components of any structure, then this form will be convenient to Golden Ratio, the perfect design.
So, where is the Golden Ratio Point of the World?
The proportion of distance between Mecca and North Pole to the distance between Mecca and South Pole is exactly 1.618, which is the golden mean. Moreover, the proportion of the distance between South Pole and Mecca to the distance between both poles is again 1.618.
The miracle has not been completed yet; The Golden Ratio Point of the World is in Mecca city according to map of latitude and longitude, which is the common determinant of mankind for location.
The proportion of eastern distance to the western distance of Mecca’s solstice line is again 1.618. Moreover, as shown in the Figure, the proportion of the distance from Mecca to the solstice line from the west side and perimeter of world at that latitude is also surprisingly equal to the golden ratio, 1.618. The Golden Ratio Point of the World is always within the city borders of Mecca, within the Holy Region that includes Kaaba according to all mapping systems despite minor kilometrical variations in their estimations.
At home, you can precisely measure the distance between any two points of World by means of Google Worlds ruler feature. If you wish, you can easily verify the correctness of the given ratios by calculating latitudes and longitudes or even by using a simple calculator. In drawings, you initially see how to locate start and finish points on Mecca city and North Pole. With respect to positive longitude and latitude values and by taking drift angle to the land, but not to the sea, the single Golden Ratio Point of the World is Mecca.
Phi matrix program is an American program used for displaying golden ratio of pictures and drawings. If we assume the longitude and latitude map of the World as an everlasting painting which has an endless depth, and open it in this program, we will find out that the Golden Ratio Point of the World is the City of Mecca.
The miracles go on:
Golden Ratio Miracle is unbelievably also present in the Verse, Mecca of Qur’an. In which God says:
Allah has appointed a measure for all things. (Quran, 65:3)
Everything has its measure with Him. (Quran, 13:8)
The examples of the golden ratio exist in our own bodies and in all living things in nature, are just a few of the proofs that God has created all things with a measure.
There is one unique verse in Qur’an that includes the world “Mecca” and an expression that mentions clear evidences within the city which will grant faith to humanity. The relation between the City of Mecca and the Golden Ratio is clearly engraved in the “Ali Imran” Surah’s (Chapter of Koran) 96th verse. The total number of all letters of this verse is 47.
Calculating the golden ratio of total letters, we find out that the word of Mecca is implied; 47 / 1,618 = 29.0. If counted, there miraculously are 29 letters from the beginning of the verse till the word, Mecca just as in the world map. If only one single word or letter was missing, this ratio could never been constituted.
Without pushing the limits, we have conducted the very same process that we conducted on world map and witnessed the glorious coherence of number of letters that reveals the relation of Mecca and Golden Ratio.
All these evidences show that; The Creator of the World and mathematics is the same One and Single God, the indefinable and great force that has created Kaaba, holy region and Qur’an. He reminds whole humanity that he has granted signs to all humanity on the basis of his foreknowledge about the future and the common languages of humans.
Discoveries regarding the relation between Golden Ratio, Mecca, Kaaba and Qur’an have been increasing day by day. In the figure, it is indicated that measurements by golden ratio compass that is also known as Leonardo compass, prove that Mecca city itself is located on the Golden Ratio Point of Arabia while Kaaba is located on the Golden Ratio of Mecca City.
According to probability calculations, all these proofs cannot be incidental.
"(...)O son of Adam, were you to come to Me with sins nearly as great as the earth and were you then to face Me, ascribing no partner to Me, I would bring you forgiveness nearly as great as it.’”
(Hadith Qudsi, at Tirmidhi)