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God: deity, spirit, divinity, supernatural being, idol

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9cular visual, optical <i *umeral or number prefi2es are prefi2es derived from numerals or occasionally other numbers% In -nglish and other -uropean languages, they are used to coin numerous series of words, such as unicycle = bicycle = tricycle, dyad = triad = decade, biped = >uadruped, !eptember = 9ctober = *ovember = 3ecember, decimal = he2adecimal, se2agenarian = octogenarian, centipede = millipede, etc% 0here are two principal systems, ta#en from 5atin and Gree#, each with several subsystems? in addition, !ans#rit occupies a marginal position%@1A 0here is also an international set of ,etric prefi2es, which are used in the metric system, and which for the most part are either distorted from the forms below or not based on actual number words%

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4 curia, plural curiae, is an assembly, council, or court, in which public, official, or religious issues are discussed and decisions made% In ancient /ome, the entire populace was divided into thirty curiae, which met in order to confirm the election of magistrates, witness the installation of priests, the ma#ing of wills, and adoptions% 5esser curiae e2isted for other purposes% 0he word curia also came to be applied to meeting places where various assemblies gathered, especially the meeting house of the senate% !imilar institutions e2isted in other towns and cities of Italy% In medieval times, a #ingGs council was fre>uently referred to as a curia% 0oday, '

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;acobGs twelve sons became the ancestors of the Israelites, also #nown as the Twelve Tribes of Israel or Children of Israel% ;acob and his sons had lived in anaan but were forced by famine to go into -gypt for four generations until ,oses, a great+great grandson of ;acob,@'0A led the Israelites bac# into anaan during the F-2odusF% 0he earliest archaeological artifact to mention the word FIsraelF is the ,erneptah !tele of ancient -gypt 6dated to the late 1'th century < -8%@'1A

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:nli#e the Gree# sphin2 which was a woman, the -gyptian sphin2 is typically shown as a man 6anandrosphin28% In addition, the -gyptian sphin2 was viewed as benevolent in contrast to the malevolent Gree# version and was thought of as a guardian often flan#ing the entrances to temples% In -uropean decorative art, the sphin2 enjoyed a major revival during the /enaissance% 5ater, the sphin2 image, something very similar to the original 4ncient -gyptian concept, was e2ported into many other cultures, albeit often interpreted >uite differently due to translations of descriptions of the originals and the evolution of the concept in relation to other cultural traditions% Generally the role of sphin2es is associated with architectural structures such as royal tombs or religious temples% 0he oldest #nown sphin2 was found near Gobe#li 0epe at another site, *evali Xori,@2A or possibly 120 miles to the east at Borti# 0epe, 0ur#ey and was dated to I,(00 < %@'A ! I-* - ! 1954/! !ystemically onscious Inherent -lectromagnetic *ature onnected -lements !ane oherent 1olistic 9ccupied 5and
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1. Not experienced but knowable Philosophy independent of human experience of phenomena but within the range of knowledge . !ystical "elating to mystical or supernatural experience and therefore beyond the material world

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!atanism is a broad term referring to a group of "estern religions comprising diverse ideological and philosophical beliefs% 0heir shared features include symbolic association with, or admiration for the character of, )

!atanschol, promethean, and, in their view, liberating figures% 0here were an estimated (0,000 members in 1II0% 0here may be as many as one hundred thousand in the world%@1A

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.IG ,0he re>uest for GodGs #ingdom to come is usually interpreted as a reference to the belief, common at the time, that a ,essiah figure would bring about a Bingdom of God% 0raditionally the coming of GodGs Bingdom is seen as a divine gift to be prayed for,

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