You've all done more for me then I could possible ask for. Any other ponies would have just left me to fend for myself, but you six didn't. You're all actually trying to help me. I couldn't ask for any better friends We will always be your friends despite your flaws.
That's what friends do. I need to start preparing. As I watched Pinkie bounce around the circle happily I said. I'm serious. When I was at the party I talked to her and when I decided to look into her mind I had to stop immediately.
Her mind was the most confusing thing I had ever seen. I almost went insane just looking for a second. I actually like the one Pinks gave me.
I started to laugh and they all laughed along with me. I was happy, I was actually having a normal conversation, but my demeanor shifted back to serious thoughts. Bright Skies was in danger and I was going to help her. The girls noticed my shift and understood the time for fun was over and stopped laughing. I knew Skies was safe I could still sense her. Nothing seemed wrong she still has the same fears I had felt her have before.
Then something changed I felt her presence start to move quickly and her fears changed. Her main fear now was a lead pipe. I pieced it together right as I felt her presence fly rapidly and then stop instantly. She collapsed onto the ground and her fears shifted back to a dream like state.
My anger flared. They were hurting Skies. He wasn't walking out of that cave. Not now, not ever. Aristotle understands chaos as something that exists independently of bodies and without which no perceptible bodies can exist.
For Ovid , 1st century BC , in his Metamorphoses , Chaos was an unformed mass, where all the elements were jumbled up together in a "shapeless heap".
Fifth-century Orphic cosmogony had a "Womb of Darkness" in which the Wind lay a Cosmic Egg whence Eros was hatched, who set the universe in motion. The same term has also been extended to parallel concepts in the Middle East and North Africa, such as the abstract conflict of ideas in the Egyptian duality of Maat and Isfet or the battle of Horus and Set.
The origins of the Chaoskampf myth is believed to lie in the Proto-Indo-European religion , [ citation needed ] the descendants of which almost all feature some variation of the story of a storm god fighting a sea serpent representing the clash between the forces of order and chaos. Early work by German academics such as Gunkel and Bousset in comparative mythology popularized translating the mythological sea serpent as a " dragon ".
The term may refer to a state of non-being prior to creation   or to a formless state. This model of a primordial state of matter has been opposed by the Church Fathers from the 2nd century, who posited a creation ex nihilo by an omnipotent God.
In modern biblical studies , the term chaos is commonly used in the context of the Torah and their cognate narratives in Ancient Near Eastern mythology more generally. The Greco-Roman tradition of Prima Materia , notably including the 5th and 6th century Orphic cosmogony, was merged with biblical notions Tehom in Christianity and inherited by alchemy and Renaissance magic.
The cosmic egg of Orphism was taken as the raw material for the alchemical magnum opus in early Greek alchemy. The first stage of the process of producing the philosopher's stone , i. Because of association with the Genesis creation narrative , where "the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters" Gen. Ramon Llull — wrote a Liber Chaos , in which he identifies Chaos as the primal form or matter created by God. Swiss alchemist Paracelsus — uses chaos synonymously with "classical element" because the primeval chaos is imagined as a formless congestion of all elements.
Paracelsus thus identifies Earth as "the chaos of the gnomi ", i. The term gas in chemistry was coined by Dutch chemist Jan Baptist van Helmont in the 17th century directly based on the Paracelsian notion of chaos. The term chaos has been adopted in modern comparative mythology and religious studies as referring to the primordial state before creation, strictly combining two separate notions of primordial waters or a primordial darkness from which a new order emerges and a primordial state as a merging of opposites, such as heaven and earth, which must be separated by a creator deity in an act of cosmogony.
Use of chaos in the derived sense of "complete disorder or confusion" first appears in Elizabethan Early Modern English , originally implying satirical exaggeration. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Primordial chaos. Proto-Indo-European mythology Perkwunos vs. The history of thought should warn us against concluding that because the scientific theory of the world is the best that has yet been formulated, it is necessarily complete and final.
We must remember that at bottom the generalizations of science or, in common parlance, the laws of nature are merely hypotheses devised to explain that ever-shifting phantasmagoria of thought which we dignify with the high-sounding names of the world and the universe. In the last analysis magic, religion, and science are nothing but theories of thought. With co-authors A. Shamir, and L. This sentence is the decoded result from factoring a digit composite number known as RSA The task required some persons using 1, computers, linked by the Internet, that worked on the factoring for eight months.
The Question is what is The Question? Is it all a Magic Show? Is Reality an Illusion? What is the framework of The Machine? Where does Space-Time come from? Is there any answer except that it comes from consciousness? What is Out There? Or, is IT all just a Magic Show? Columbus and Volodymyr Krasnoholovets eds. The rays of the sun filter through the window making me toasty and warm burning the paper browning the plants the magic you have upon the world through the summer your always there making us all so happy a big ball of sunshine for all to share.
Jeffty is Five The sublime discoveries of Newton, and, together with these, his not less fruitful than wonderful application, of the higher mathesis to the movement of the celestial bodies, and to the laws of light, gave almost religious sanction to the corpuscular system and mechanical theory. It became synonymous with philosophy itself. It was the sole portal at which truth was permitted to enter. The human body was treated an hydraulic machine In short, from the time of Kepler to that of Newton, and from Newton to Hartley, not only all things in external nature, but the subtlest mysteries of life, organization, and even of the intellect and moral being, were conjured within the magic circle of mathematical formulae.
Jackson and J. Jackson eds. The universe is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper. There are no peoples however primitive without religion and magic. Nor are there, it must be added at one, any savage races lacking in either the scientific attitude, or in science, though this lack has been frequently attributed to them.
There are still psychologists who, in a basic misunderstanding, think that gestalt theory tends to underestimate the role of past experience. Gestalt theory tries to differentiate between and-summative aggregates, on the one hand, and gestalten, structures, on the other, both in sub-wholes and in the total field, and to develop appropriate scientific tools for investigating the latter.
It opposes the dogmatic application to all cases of what is adequate only for piecemeal aggregates. The question is whether an approach in piecemeal terms, through blind connections, is or is not adequate to interpret actual thought processes and the role of the past experience as well. Past experience has to be considered thoroughly, but it is ambiguous in itself; so long as it is taken in piecemeal, blind terms it is not the magic key to solve all problems. There are three schools of magic.
One: State a tautology, then ring the changes on its corollaries; that's philosophy. Two: Record many facts. Try to find a pattern. Then make a wrong guess at the next fact; that's science. Three: Be aware that you live in a malevolent Universe controlled by Murphy's Law, sometimes offset by Brewster's Factor; that's engineering.
Circulated as an e-mail 'fortune cookie', an interesting remark included with the signature. There is a strange disparity between the sciences of inert matter and those of life. Astronomy, mechanics, and physics are based on concepts which can be expressed, tersely and elegantly, in mathematical language.
They have built up a universe as harmonious as the monuments of ancient Greece. They weave about it a magnificent texture of calculations and hypotheses. They search for reality beyond the realm of common thought up to unutterable abstractions consisting only of equations of symbols. Such is not the position of biological sciences. Those who investigate the phenomena of life are as if lost in an inextricable jungle, in the midst of a magic forest, whose countless trees unceasingly change their place and their shape.
They are crushed under a mass of facts, which they can describe but are incapable of defining in algebraic equations. This science [experimental science] alone, therefore, knows how to test perfectly what can be done by nature, what by the effort of art, what by trickery, what the incantations, conjurations, invocations, deprecations, sacrifices that belong to magic mean and dream of, and what is in them, so that all falsity may be removed and the truth alone of art and nature may be retained.
This science alone teaches us how to view the mad acts of magicians, that they may be not ratified but shunned, just as logic considers sophistical reasoning. This world, after all our science and sciences, is still a miracle; wonderful, inscrutable, magical and more, to whosoever will think of it. This is the multiplication of ye stone in vertue. To multiply it in weight ad to it of ye first Gold whether philosophic or vulgar. Praxis c. It is a vain inquisitiveness dignified with the title of knowledge and science.
This motive is again at work if, using a perverted science for the same end, people try to achieve things by magical arts. From Confessions c. But every classroom has one [Oliver] Sacks, one [Eric] Korn, or one [Jonathan] Miller, usually a lonely child with a passionate curiosity about nature, and a zeal that overcomes pressures for conformity.
Unfortunately, the study of organic remains is beset with two evils, which, though of an opposite character, do not neutralize each other so much as at first sight might be anticipated: the one consisting of a strong desire to find similar organic remains in supposed equivalent deposits, even at great distances; the other being an equally strong inclination to discover new species, often as it would seem for the sole purpose of appending the apparently magical word nobis.
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