1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55
The numbers 1 to 10 themselves can be arranged in a fibonacci spiral
0, (1 digit)
1, 2 (2 digits)
3, 4 5, (3 digits)
6, 7, 8, 9, 10 (5 digits)
You made two mistakes here. First off, you counted 0 - 10, not 1 - 10. Second, you started the Fibonacci spiral at an arbitrary point so you could try to make your numerology fit, and it failed miserably.
However, this Fibonacci spiral has no repeating 1 at the beginning.
Which means it's not a proper Fibonacci spiral.
We only count to 10 because it is the first double digit number, it represents 1+1 = 2, and hence can be seen to represent the first true value of 2 found in nature.
This could be seen to be god (1) and everything else (1)
No, you only counted to 10. That's why this latest attempt at numerology fails. In addition, 10 does not represent 2 (unless you're referring to binary numbers, but switching from base 10 to base 2 in the middle like that is just flat out wrong).
Hence why the first 10 units of the fibonacci spiral are the most significant.
Actually, you counted 11 numbers in your attempt to make a Fibonacci spiral, not 10. And if you'd done it correctly, you would have counted 12.
Subtract god from everything else and you have 9. As I mentioned before, 9 is the only number that when added to itself in any quantity results in 9.
This doesn't even work using your own numbers
. You counted from 0 to 10, then claimed that 10 was the same as 2 because it was 1 + 1 (which is clearly wrong, it should be 1 + 0...if you were being consistent), then declared that god was the first 1 and everything else was the second, then subtracted god from everything else to get 9 (when you should have gotten 0...if you were being consistent).
So god (1) and everything else (9) are actually the first two numbers to be created.
I thought "everything else" was 1? At least that's what you said just a bit ago. Now you're redefining it so you can try to make it fit, it seems.
I believe that there are only six dimensions. The first three are spatial -length, width, depth. The other three are transitional and spread in equal quantities between the first three - time (which can be seen as neglible) angle (think angel, or your soul), and god.
While time can be construed as a dimension, it's not really one in the sense you mean. Angles aren't a 'dimension' at all, they're part of the relationship between length, width, and height (never mind this silly bit of wordplay of trying to conflate them with angels/souls). And it's more than a bit silly to put up this pretense of god being a 'dimension'.
Time is effect, angle is cause, and god is the know-it-all
Yeahhhh...no. Time is cause and
effect. Angles are simply part of the relationship between the spatial dimensions. I suppose if we use the principle of SPAG, that would explain the "know-it-all" comment.
Finally, god probably made the world using a 2D interface like google streetview.
Why? Because it's the only thing you could imagine?
I have read this heaps of times, so there isnt any mistakes. This may be hard for some to follow but I have a background in mathematics
Given how many times you messed up just in the part that I critiqued above, I find your assertion that there are no mistakes to be doubtful, to say the least.