**
AURON (Golden Section)**

No matter how you form a Golden Section, another Golden Section will always appear, infinity in and infinity out (that's one reason it's called "Golden"). Just look for the square in the smaller rectangle within the Auron.

1. Find
the halfway point on one side of the square. (Use a separate paper or string
and fold it in half, or you could also *measure* the side of the square.)
Precision helps but only pull out the electron microscope if you feel the need.

2. Put
the metal point of the compass on the halfway dot—**A**.

3. Put
the pencil point up on a diagonal corner**—B**. Arc the pencil point down (a
little past where the side of the square is) **
C.**

4. Draw a line extending the
side of your square out to **C** and finish making a rectangle.

You now have 2 *sizes* to work with inside the whole piece (the __original
square__ and the __smaller portion beyond the square__—which will be
another Golden Rectangle). Additional proportions can be found at the
Design Application link.

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