Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr
Ancient Africa developed IFA divination with 256 Odu analagous to the Real Clifford Algebra Cl(8) and 16 Orishas analagous to the 8+8 Spinors of Cl(8) but in Africa IFA was transmitted by oral tradition and not written down. Humans emerging from Africa via the Arabian Sea settled in nearby India where ideas of IFA were written in the Sanskrit Rig Veda and encoded in Pachisi. By about 500 B.C. Pachisi evolved into Tarot. By about 1300 A.D. Tarot and some ideas of IFA were known in Mallorca where Ramon Llull used them to develop structures of the D4 and D8 Lie Algebras that lived in the IFA Clifford Algebra Cl(8) and its tensor square Cl(8)xCl(8) = Cl(16). Although Llull's work was preserved in writing in Mallorca, his ideas were rejected by the Intellectual Establishment of Paris and remained dormant for centuries. Around 1890 Killing and Cartan rediscovered Llull's Lie Algebras. Only in the 1900s did the work of Cartan as further developed mathematicaly by Jovet, Sauter, and Riesz and as applied by Dirac to physics show how a D8 half-Spinor could be added to D8 itself to get E8 Physics and to see how E8 Physics lives inside IFA Cl(8). It has taken until now (the 2000s) for the formal Written Human Culture to catch up with the informal Oral Ancient African Culture in understanding a realistic Unified Theory of the Laws of Nature. Table of Contents: Introduction ... page 4 African IFA to RigVeda-Pachisi ... page 5 Great Pyramid ... page 13 RigVeda-Pachisi to Tarot ... page 23 Tarot to Llull ... page 27 Llull to Cartan-Dirac-Riesz-E8Physics ... page 37 Appendix1 - E6 to D4 ... page 38 Appendix2 - Some Details of E8 encoding in IFA ... page 42 Appendix3 - Comparison of Arabian Sea Africa-India connection with Nile River Africa-Egypt connection ... page 46 Appendix4 - Poster ... page 48 V2 adds illustrated cover page V3 adds Vedic Meru and Great Nile Pyramid
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