Sacred Geometry Taught in This Classic Donald Duck Cartoon

If you grew up watching the Disney Channel then you have probably seen this classic Donald Duck cartoon. What you probably didn’t realize at the time is that Donald was teaching us about the wonder of sacred geometry.

Everything in the universe exists in a mathematical pattern.

This display of mathematical and geometric constants is confirmation that specific proportions are woven into the fabric of nature. Thus corroborating the ‘fine tuning’ of the universe and the delicate balance between chaos and order that our very existence depends on.

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