THE KRYSTAL SPIRAL
The Krystal Spiral is a geometric pattern based on a specific mathematical sequence. It's associated with spiritual and metaphysical concepts, particularly in the field of sacred geometry. The spiral is formed by connecting points that follow a unique number sequence.
The main differences between the Krystal Spiral and the Fibonacci sequence are:

Number sequence:

Fibonacci: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34...

Krystal: 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72...


Pattern:

Fibonacci spiral: Grows exponentially creating an organic, natural appearance often found in nature.

Krystal spiral: Is derived from Sacred Geometry and grows in a more uniform, circular pattern.


Ratio:

Golden Mean (derived from Fibonacci): Approximately 1.618

Krystal Spiral: Based on multiples of 12 and has a ratio of 2 between its successive numbers
Origin:
Fibonacci and Golden Mean: Widely recognized in mathematics and nature, many Renaissance paintings were based on this sequence.
Krystal Spiral: Rooted in spiritual and esoteric teaching.
The Underlying Principle

The Fibonacci sequence is rooted in a straightforward mathematical progression.

The Krystal Spiral is associated with spiritual and metaphysical concepts, emphasizing unity and interconnectedness.
The most important difference between the two is the way in which they connect to the Source or Centre Point.
The Fibonacci spiral progressively separates from its origin as it grows. This means its power decreases the further away it travels from the source point. The Krystal Spiral, however, maintains a constant connection to its Centre Point throughout its expansion because, at any point along the grid that creates it, one can find a path back to the origin point. This means the Krystal Spiral has a constant renewal of Source energy within its matrix.
The centre point of the Krystal Spiral represents several key concepts:

Zero Point or Source: It symbolizes the central point of creation, often referred to as the Zero Point or Source energy. This is the origin from which the spiral emanates and expands.

Heart of Creation: The centre point is associated with the "Krystal heart of creation," representing the core essence of Divine energy.

Permanent Connection: Unlike the Fibonacci spiral, the Krystal Spiral maintains a constant connection to its Centre point throughout its expansion. This represents an ongoing link to the source of Creation which the Fibonacci spiral doesn't.

Permanent Seed Atom: The centre point is described as the Permanent Seed Atom, which maintains the connection to the source at every stage of the spiral's growth.

Unity and Interconnectedness: The central point embodies the principle of unity, symbolizing the interconnectedness of all things in the universe.

Divine Blueprint: It's considered part of a geometric template or divine blueprint, containing sacred geometric formulas and light codes.

Eternal Source Energy: The centre represents the point of emergence for eternal forms of energy, symbolizing the continuous flow of Divine energy.
This central point is crucial to the Krystal Spiral concept, as it emphasizes a constant, living connection to the source of Creation, thus distinguishing it from other spiral patterns like the Fibonacci sequence.