An approach to the geometric description of the birth and evolution of the
universe is proposed. The wave function as the fundamental field is represented
by a Clifford number with the transfer rules that possess the structure of the
Dirac equation for any manifold. In terms of this geometric representation of
the universe wave function, the nature of super-symmetry is explained. A
probable mechanism of spontaneous symmetry breaking of the universe excitations
with Bose and Fermi degrees of freedom is proposed.

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