What was the great and golden secret known to Leonardo Da Vinci, Kepler, Plato and the ancient magicians? Why were they forbidden to reveal it? Can there really be a key to nature and life itself? In this small but compact volume, divine proportion supersleuth Olsen unravels perhaps the greatest mystery of our time, a code that seems to underlie life, the universe and everything, a pattern we instinctively recognise as beautiful.
Paperback, 58 pp.
Measures 12.5 x 15cm.
100% recycled paper.
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