If I may be so bold, what part of your research did this connection to magnetism in spiral motion, inertia, show up? . .
The Dogon flatly say that their symbolic system describes how matter forms. Statements and drawings they make relating to stages of the process from waves to the atom are directly comparable to those given popularly by people like Stephen Hawking and Brian Greene. But they also give a set of more fundamental references - those that tie ultimately to the action of virtual particles, angular momentum and other scientific concepts, that are not as immediately linked. Those are the subject of my recent book Seeking the Primordial.
We also have numerous cross-checks on meaning - as examples, Dogon words are largely ancient Egyptian words, their symbolic cosmology is a close match for an ancient Buddhist cosmology. Kabbalism also describes many of the same concepts using similar terms.
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