All regular 5-fold symmetry is composed of fractal iterations of Phi ratio segments, as can be seen in this illustration of a pentagon (outer lines) and pentagram (star pattern) showing four colored line segments that are all Phi ratio in their relative scaling (each smaller segment is a 1/phi ratio smaller than the previous one):
Every time we see flowers with five petals, or the seed pattern inside of an apple’s core, or a starfish, etc., we are literally seeing Phi ratio harmonics manifest in nature. This hibiscus flower, for example, shows just how accurate the harmonic symmetry is (notice how accurately the borders of the petals align with the phi line segments at each scale):
In his excellent book, INTERFERENCE – A Grand Scientific Music Theory, Richard Merrick describes how Phi serves a function of damping energy dynamics so as to provide a container of “silence” within which resonance can emerge in coherent stability. For example, the Phi Double Spiral pattern is seen in the pine cone and sunflower illustrates how the phi spirals “carve-out” the spaces between which the seed structures can form in resonance. Phi is defining the natural boundary conditions between the foreground resonating structures and the background silent space between them.
The Rosette 5 ARK arrangement engenders both a return to silence and stillness and the establishment of coherent resonance in alignment with nature’s ever-present Golden Ratio symmetries.
Images and text excerpts from Cosmometry – Exploring the HoloFractal Nature of the Cosmos, by Marshall Lefferts – www.cosmometry.com