primordial

All Adjective Noun
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  • Without this primordial act of faith the individual soul can never escape from itself. Cited from The Complex Vision, by John Cowper Powys
  • Is there a way leading from primordial time to the meaning of being?
  • They rose from the bottom of the primordial ocean to create the world.
  • Because the sky still lay on the primordial sea, it was black.
  • In one well known version the story begins when nothing exists but a vast primordial ocean.
  • These conditions are assumed to be similar to those of primordial earth.
  • Primordial black holes could thus account for the creation of any type of black hole.
  • In this sense the ready-to-hand is primordial compared to that of the present-at-hand.
  • Something primordial, something that the very existence of a people may depend on.
  • These three were the first primordial worlds created by the supreme being through thought, speech and action.
  • After the creation of the earth, the gods thought of creating the primordial living being.
  • It created the primordial waters first and established the seed of creation into it.
  • Myths generally take place in a primordial age, when the world had not yet achieved its current form.
  • She then separates out the four elements of fire, earth, water, and air from primordial matter.
  • Think about it: we are all sick of the thing, but in some primordial way it is still number one.
  • To all, language was as primordial as it was central to all spiritual and mental activity.
  • NASA scientists have currently ruled out primordial stars and all other known radio sources.
  • At other times he appears to be considered as the pure primordial essence of evil. Cited from The Destiny of the Soul, by William Rounseville Alger
  • The self-manifested being created the primordial waters and established his seed into it.
  • In the primordial past, thetans brought the material universe into being largely for their own pleasure.
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