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On the primaeval ocean

by M. Smith

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Published by Carsten Niebuhr Institute of Near Eastern Studies, University of Copenhagen : Museum Tusculanum Press, Museum Tusculanum Press in Copenhagen .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMark Smith.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsB
The Physical Object
Pagination260 p. :
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22579574M
ISBN 108772896469

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On the other side of the ocean, in France, a visionary named René Quinton expounded the laws of the primaeval constancy of the world in his famous book L’eau de mer, milieu organique (Seawater – Organic Medium) ().One of these laws was the law of marine constancy: “Animal life has maintained itself in a medium identical to that of its origins.”. The Ocean Book Part 9 - Peter Pan Runs Away The Ocean Book Part 10 - Dr. Blowhole Arrives ("Bailey's March (Reprise)") The Ocean Book Part 11 - Peter Pan and Bruce's Second Encounter ("Trust in Me") The Ocean Book Part 12 - Bruce and Dr. Blowhole's Conversation The Ocean Book Part 13 - Peter Pan's Friends ("That's What Friends are For") The.

The author makes the Babylonian primaeval ocean to be "a monster of double sex: a masculine and a feminine in one person, a kind of androgyn," and by the "joining of their waters in one" the gods were created. It is doubtful. This is the same as the creation story of the Memphite Theology of the Egyptians' Primaeval Ocean Nun, out of which arose the Primaeval Hill, representing chaos or primitive matter. Aristotle's doctrine was that nature consists of motion and rest and that the motion moves from the less perfect to the more perfect by a definite law of evolution.


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For the Egyptians, order was synonymous with Maat, the highly regarded concept of truth and justice, and by subduing the waters, Ra established the supremacy of primeval waters of chaos, although defeated, stood in opposition to Maat, and myths of their chaotic churnings served as a reminder of the constant threat of disorder against the established order guarded by the Pharaoh.

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The Primeval novels generally focus overall on the Anomaly Research Centre team's efforts to combat Anomaly incursions. The best known is the Marxist hypothesis of the “primaeval soup”—that the early ocean was a soup of organic molecules that had fallen in from meteorites (which frequently contain complex carbon-chain compounds: organic chemicals, but made by prebiotic inorganic processes).

In this soup, lipid blobs somehow evolved into living cells. Tehom (Hebrew: תְּהוֹם), literally the Deep or Abyss (Greek Septuagint: ábyssos), refers to the Great Deep of the primordial waters of creation in the is a cognate of the Akkadian word tamtu and Ugaritic t-h-m which have similar meaning.

As such it was equated with the earlier Sumerian Modern Arabic, Tihamah refers to a coastal plain of the Red Sea.

The often proposed connection between the Biblical Heb. term תְּהﯴם, H, Genesisusually tr. “the deep,” “the primaeval ocean,” and the name Tiamat is not verifiable. The Biblical and Ugaritic terms are more properly deduced from the Akkad.

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