Make something clear for me dead last: How much of those photographs is computer generated? The colors, the shapes, how much?
And what about the chart with the shell and the triangle below the green fractal vegetable: How can I learn more about it?
You say you're an occultist, can you recommend me some books on the occult, esoteric and about patterns of nature and mathematics???
1. All of the Hubble telescope pictures are computer generated, since, well, they come from an orbital telescope. Probably enhanced afterward, sharpened or cleaned up so starlight doesn't fuzz out the images of the galaxies, but I don't know that to be factual. Just a guess.
2. The nautilus shell indeed reflects the Golden Ratio, which is a series of rectangles (or a spiral drawn through rectangles) that are generated through the Fibonacci sequence. Here's a really solid introduction to the Golden Ratio/Fibonacci numbers I found when I was looking for that image a few days ago.http://www.maths.surrey.ac.uk/hosted-sites/R.Knott/Fibonacci/fibnat.html
3. The best introduction to the secret (occult) meaning of numbers and shapes that I've found is in this book.http://www.amazon.com/Beginners-Guide-Constructing-Universe-Mathematical/dp/0060926716/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1387592656&sr=1-1&keywords=beginner%27s+guide+to+constructing+the+universe
The author touches briefly on many, many occult concepts but does not present them in a traditional occultists' context. So knowing nothing about that stuff, you will still understand everything. My only warning is that there are so many relationships between shapes, numbers, mythology, psychology, history, and science presented in the book, that you would really only get the most out of it if you are good at researching things yourself. Else, you might end up frustrated that the author does not delve very deeply into these very profound topics.
If you want to learn more about occultism in general, I don't really have anywhere to point you because I've found such a load of garbage books and website on the subject, I hesitate to recommend anything out of caution. I will not spread false information; there is too much of that already. My only knowledge of occultism comes from finding things like that book mentioned above, researching independently, drawing parallels and conclusions on my own from synthesizing the various subjects that are in agreement in the different resources I find.
Crowley's books are a pretty decent introduction; "The Book of the Law" might pry your mind open enough to start absorbing some of the occult nonsense, same with his "Book of Lies" (which is partially gibberish and partially genius; it is a great book to buy early because you can return to it over and over, and continue to discover more and more). Liber 777 is stuffed full of mnemonic devices and meanings but they are not something that someone unfamiliar with such things could pick up and understand right away.
The proto-Jewish Kabbalah is used a lot in occultism, and I've found it a great tool for putting into perspective the myriad mechanical truths that will be uncovered when you start studying. Think of it as an aperture for hanging and organizing the mental machines and tools you will build, or a shelf for holding the books that you collect. Here is the best book I've found on the subject.http://www.amazon.com/Kabbalah-Modern-World-Migene-Gonz%C3%A1lez-Wippler/dp/0738709875/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1387593257&sr=1-1&keywords=kabbalah+for+the+modern+world
And then, last but not least, there is a great online resource for getting a glimpse of exactly what you are getting yourself into if you want to take this kind of thing seriously.www.09a.org
Download and read the introductory texts (since they are all available as .pdf files). You will no doubt be alarmed at the tasks that they suggest you undertake. Probably, they are not all necessary for becoming a legitimate, certified occultist. But, they are good reading anyway.