Hi, Christina, 
Hope all is well with you. As you can see, I am buried with my emails, so I apologize for being
so late. Actually, tomorrow I am dropping out until Feb of 2009 to complete the next book and
to prepare for a television show. So I am sorry, but it will be almost impossible to reach me
until next year. 
But I do wish to explain what you are asking for. What makes the circle and the square reach
the Phi ratio is when the perimeter of the square equals the circumference of the circle, but it is
hidden. It has to do with internal lines within both forms. This information was edited out of my
books, and I can't reproduce all of this now. But it comes from the Free Masons. They were the
ones who first brought this geometrical argument to light. At least I think they were the first. 
If the square is divided into four part at the center of each side, and a smaller square is created
at those points creating a diamond. Then from the left and right sides of the diamond a line is
drawn to the top and bottom of the circle exactly at the top line of the diamond, this form
creates patterns that are all in the Phi Ratio. This only happens when the perimeter of the
square and the circumference of the circle are equal. 
I hope this helps you, or you can check out the Free Masons, they understand. 
From my heart, 
Drunvalo 

Widmungen von Drunvalo Melchizedek 




