**Been looking for this exact spiral for a long time…..feels good to finally find it this morning!!!** The infinite number spiral is a Log Base of 1.03527618 (*NOTE that 1.03527618/2 = .51763809 and .51763809*(360°) = 186.349° (which is remarkably close to Light Speed in miles/sec 186,282) with whole number exponent values being the increasing (and infinite) numerical progression.

The inner angles of the right triangles that form the pitch and coil of the spiral are: 15°-75°-90° (or 3-6-9 in digital root-Mod 9 values). This construct allows for perfect four-fold (and quadripolar charge polarity) mirror symmetry across the XY axes–allowing for the realization of ‘Quaternary’ and identical trigonometric (and therefore respective Sine, Cosine and Tangent values) relationships and palindromic permutations between mirrored opposite numerical positions/values. Each increasing numerical value around the spiral appears at 15° arc intervals (24 in all)…..the Prime and Quasi-Prime numbers appear on the green lines defining the forces of Gravity (embedded in the 1-4-7 triplet, ‘centripetal’ inward toward center) and Electromagnetism (represented by the 2-5-8 Triplet, ‘centrifugal’ radiating outward from center) while triplet 3-6-9 (spin, angular momentum) resulting in the perception of the passage of TIME, Mass, Matter and Energy as well as the fundamental mathematical constant ratios and musical notes appears at the center axes (and at 45°, 135°, 225°, and 315° axes as well).

It is now abundantly apparent WHY Nicola Tesla used Mod24 to define his patents on his Free Energy device (“Dynamo Electric Machine”), signifying that he very likely was in possession of this specific knowledge. Furthermore, this shape indeed matches the exact appearance of a Photon….. and the spiral’s proportions even match its modular (24) configuration: 1.24:1/1.24….. Just incredible!

I think you’re on to something. I’ve been fooling around with 15 degree differences 15, 30, 45, 60, 75, 90 (6, 3, 9, 6, 3, 9) Sine 30 is equal to .5 Sine 45 is equal to one half of the square root of 2.