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The Egyptians considered the equilateral triangle as the most perfect of figures, and a representative of the great principle of animated existence, each of its sides referring to one of the three departments of creation-the animal, the vegetable, and the mineral.
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Let us look into this vast creation-the highest achievement of theology-somewhat more closely.
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It was the whole theory of creation-the survival of the fittest-the deep, egotistical certainty that he was the better man.
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It is said in the second verse of the first chapter that "the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters," that is, upon the face of the abyss-the chaotic mass at creation-the earth "without form and void.
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For this purpose were we created, that there might not perish from the planet Nature's divinest creation-the perfect brain.
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When first the red savage call'd Man strode, a king, Through the wilds of creation-the very first thing That his naked intelligence taught him to feel Was the shame of himself; and the wish to conceal Was the first step in art.
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Examples of Creation-the

Example #1
The symbol of universal nature among the Egyptians was the right-angled triangle, of which the perpendicular side represented Osiris, or the male principle; the base, Isis, or the female principle; and the hypothenuse, their offspring, Horus, or the world emanating from the union of both principles.
Example #2
Among the Hebrews, it has already been stated that this figure, with a _yod_ in the centre, was used to represent the tetragrammaton, or ineffable name of God.
Example #3
For the services of Tenon and his associates, and also for the work of Pinel, see especially Esquirol, Des Maladies mentales, Paris, 1838, vol.
Example #4
Its first feature shows a development out of earlier theological ideas.
Example #5
And it was with this conviction that he entered on the vital period of his dual career.
Example #6
To trample out Chilcote's footmarks with his own had been his tacit instinct from the first; now it rose paramount.