Vedic code is as old as ancient India, and beyond. But it was because of the man named Leonardo Fibonacci who was fascinated with the power of the first nine numbers of the Hindu-Arabic numerals including zero, which led to vedic code being introduced to the western world. Fibonacci was amazed how nine can represent any number and that it can actually make calculations easier. This is because when you add any number to 9, the result will be the sum that could add back to the original number. (9+7=16 which is 1+6= 7) So, these numbers are truly connected to each other and subsequently there’s a powerful pattern behind these numbers.