The first chemical component of a human is Carbon 12, isotope consisting of 6 protons, 6 neutrons and 6 electrons. Depending on whether these values are matched or multiplied, you get 666 or 216. Among these two values, as I have already pointed out through my 216-digit project, there are many relationships, including one I have not made explicit on the web until now. Perhaps, through this scene of Darren Aronofsky’s film π, he intended unconsciously to highlight not only the proportions but also the alchemical relationship of man with the divine. In fact, sin (666 °) = cos (216 °) and -sin (666 °) -cos (216 °) = φ, the golden ratio. So the divine proportion can be derived from the numbers of man within the 216-digits matrix.