History and Philosophy of Physics


Ramon Llull’s Art and Structure of Nature

Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr

Around 700 years ago Ramon Llull emerged from a cave in Mount Randa, Majorca, after receiving divine illumination inspiring him to produce a geometric art describing a universal science. The geometry of his art is an elaboration of IFA divination and the I Ching from the ancient past. Now it is clear that nature is described by General Relativity and the Standard Model, which are unified by E8 geometry in the art of Real Clifford Algebras not only with structure inherited from IFA and the I Ching but also with Llullian art geometry. Ramon Llull used his geometric art to show the unity of the religions he knew, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, but he also knew that his art contained further possibilites, such as a unified model of the structure of nature, even though it would take 700 years for experimental and theoretical physics to advance enough to show clearly their relationship to Ramon Llull’s geometric art.

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