My Discovery of “OneEye”
Hello and thank you for visiting my new site (www.EyePhi.com). After 5 years of contemplation, I have now decided to share my findings with you all regarding two mathematical discoveries I made since ‘this one peculiar night’ in November 2004, after a close friend asked me one simple question about the number 9. What followed was a journey like no other! Of the two discoveries; one is the graph of an eye in our times tables, and the other being the rediscovery of the mathemagical ratio Phi (1.618…). These discoveries have changed my view on the world so much so, that I am currently writing a book about them and my experiences, as well as dedicating this site just for it, aptly named “EyePhi”.
For most of you visiting here for the first time; you will probably want to find out more about these discoveries – “OneEye” & “Phi” – and to some, you may already know what these are (or at least heard of one of them) and want to learn more perhaps? Or maybe you are just highly curious and want to learn something new and fresh? Then this is the site for you!
I hope you enjoy this site as time goes on because I intend to not only feed your curiosity, but to also make you all aware of certain things in life, of which, most of you may not have been aware of before, but is actually everywhere! These “things” will be explained in detail and become more evident as I update this site over time.
To begin, I now present to you all “OneEye”, or mathematically I call it ““1i”.
I discovered the graph “OneEye” in November 2004 after graphing ‘certain numbers in our times tables’ using MS-Excel (a great program). I won’t go into detail as to the how, yet… but I do promise I will as soon as you see the graph first. Please be aware that this graph is NOT like those 3D puzzle pictures (like MagicEye etc), nor is it meant to distort your vision, so don’t go squinting your eyes. Just sit back, relax, look at it from all angles and try to see if you can make out other images other than the obvious One Eye? You may be surprised what one can make out from such a simple graph. Just a note, I’m also fully aware of pareidolia, and that one can make out images from clouds or a grainy wall.
“What this graph means” to me is another thing and it may not be evident to most of you at first (if any at all), as it is to me now. But as I said, it will all be revealed as you read the posts one by one in sequence (this is important). Also remember that it is my own personal view that resulted in a culmination of many “weird occurrences” the year following this discovery. It may frustrate some of you, but due to its importance, I feel the need to ‘drip-feed’ you all, so please accept my apologies in advance. All will be explained soon after you see this first…
And for the first time… here is“OneEye”…
Now onto the weirdness …
If you are interested in reading further about these discoveries, you can read the articles posted under the OneEye section:
- How I discovered “OneEye”,
- What Followed After My Discovery,
- The Things Seen In The Graph, and
- My Thoughts on “OneEye”.
Author: Birol Koc.
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Hello Chugg, and welcome to my site buddy 😉
I don’t think the image can be patented as an artwork. Although, I can copyright it and have as such (as you can see).
As for your ideas my friend? I think the names are wonderfull, particularly “The PHI Eye Ring”. I think “The EyePhi Ring” might be more apt. Keep the ideas rolling gang and I thank all of you for your wonderfull contributions. I will also have a page for others to share their own findings and ideas soon.
Thanks again Chugg and to all of you so far. Keep posting your comments and stay tuned. This site will get better and better!
Cheers and Peace to you all.
Great and ins-pi-ring discovery!Patent the pattern before someone else does and has diamond rings cut in that fashion and makes a fortune from it,Then you need to come up with a name for the Ring,Hmmm,
“The One Eye Ring”?thats a bit naughty but!,
“The PHI Eye Ring”?,
“The Vedic Square Ring”?Ha!hah!, Now that name has a certain “ring” to it!
Yes they are comming to take me away,ha,har,ha,har!
It first reminded me of how I slice mangoes,cut both sides of the seed longways then the with the skin downways cut through the flesh without going through the skin,then push the skin side untill a similar pattern to that happens.Yummm…Gotta go get one right now,bye
After reading your comments again, I just had to say sorry for missing the level of humor you showed. This is just to acknowledge that, and to say you “cracked” me up with your suggestion for the “OneEye Ring”! 😉 That was too good! woop wooop
Anyway… they’re here now too. See ya!
Hi Mrj. I don’t exactly know what you mean? Do you mean extracting other images from the same set of numbers (as in the Vedic Square) perhaps? If so, I’ve tried it already and couldn’t find anything. Although, when analysing the Fibonacci numbers in a similar way does give a ‘pyramid’ type pattern, but I will show this later when I open the PHI pages. That’s a doozy too, but no where near OneEye that I can see.
As for looking for something in random numbers or looking at carpets and clouds? Anyone can make out anything they really want. The uniqueness of OneEye is that it comes about from the times-table once every number is reduced to its root-digit-sum (just adding them all). Can’t do that with anything else that I know of.
If we look at fractals, such as the Mandlebrot fractal, one can also make out anything from this too, but that is derived from a complex polynomial equation. Still beautifull and very inspirational to some.
Do you think a more complex version would be easier to see things in? Kind of how you can look at things with no real pattern (carpets, sidewalks) and ‘see’ shapes and images. Like say, if you were to look at a big screen of random numbers, then what could you make out? I just mean something that can be more ‘plastic’, but retaining the uniformity of the original. That way, you wouldn’t be distracted by the already pronounced shapes inside of the eye. More space to allow more interpretation.
hehe… thanks Glen. Naaaa… it’s not broken champ. If you input the Vedic Square (a block of numbers from the times-table, simply reduced to its root number – adding the numbers to a single digit), you will see the amazing pattern (graph) of OneEye pop out! Try it? It’s on the link above with a step-by-step instruction (under “How I Discovered OneEye”). Cheers!
I see a cats eye with slit pupil
You put the times tables into excel and graphed it and it cames out like this? Your excel must be broken
Thanks for your comments Funky. The reason it’s a big deal is that this graph came about from our own times tables (as I have posted how, on the OneEye page). I have studied Science and seen all sorts of graphs and fractals, but this is unique because I never made up the numbers.
Then, the weird part is that it not only looks like an eye (which is already perlexing), the graph has many other attributes to it when looked into further. If you’re a religious person (particularly a Muslim), you may start to see something a little more interesting. But not everyone would agree of course. Each to their own.
What followed from that night I discovered this graph changed my life and the way I look at the world and the universe. It really was an amazing time the year following it. I will elaborate why later (and appolagies for the drip-feeding once again).
I wouldn’t mind your comments on what you have seen exactly? That would be much appreciated as I’m just conducting a little study of my own at the moment.
So I can see a few things in there, but i don’t really see how this is a big deal. Why does it matter if you see some pictures within the pattern. I know you have said you don’t really want to say everything straight away but i don’t see the appeal of it. Im sure you could get lots of pictures out of any random pattern, why is this one anymore meaningful?
Sorry if that sounds harsh or anything, i don’t mean it to, i guess its just a case of not really understanding what you are trying to get at with this.
The post is up now. It’s under the OneEye page. More to come. Enjoy!
Hi DsT & welcome ;-). There’s lots of things you can see in the eye. For starters, the first thing I saw when I discovered this was an ant. See anything else? Remember, it doesn’t have to be exact and it’s only relative to the observer. I will post how you can bring this out of the times-table yourself, today sometime. Once you understand how to do this, you will probably start to wonder how on Earth it got there? Thanks for your contribution so far matey.
I will also put up a list of things seen by others already and you can all compare. Cheers! 🙂
Well, i see a 3D image, something like an odd cube. But what is that you see so amazing? im curious
Can’t see anything non-abstract within eye, so I am still waiting for next post.
That’s okay matey. But try to think simply. Look at the pupil and tell me the first thing that you can make out. I appreciate your comments though and congrat’s on being the very first commentator on my site ;-).