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- Gaia ("land" or "earth", also spelled Ge or Gaea) is the Earth in Greek mythology.
- Gaia, the Mother Earth goddess, created Oranos, the god of the sky, and mated with him, thereby producing the first immortals - the Titans.
- Gaia is a primordial and chthonic deity in the Ancient Greek pantheon and considered a Mother Goddess or Great Goddess.
- Gaia is a global space astrometry mission.
- Gaia (Earth), the more orderly and safe foundation that would serve as a home for the gods and mortals, came afterwards.
- Daughter of Uranos and Gaia, mother of the Moirai and the Horai.
- Titanium (Latin Titans, Earth or the first sons of Gaia) was discovered in England by Reverend William Gregor in 1791.
- Later, when Zeus overcame the monster Typhus, the offspring of Tartarus and Gaia, he threw it, too, into the same pit.
- It is sometimes thought to be a more abstract name for Gaia philosophy, as the planet one lives on is quite important in situated ethics.
- Gaia together with Porto and other 12 municipalities makes up the commonly designated Porto Metropolitan Area.
- Phanes and Nux later created Uranus (heaven) and Gaia (earth).
- A replica of Gokstad ship, called Gaia currently has Sandefjord as home port.
- Spercheus, the deity, was a son of Oceanus and Gaia.
- Aergia, a goddess of sloth and laziness, is the daughter of Aether and Gaia.
- Daisyworld, gaia, mep, artificial life, theoretical biology, robotics and evolutionary theory.
- The author co-founded Gaia House, a retreat centre in Devon, England.
- From this point of view, Gaia theory and geophysiology represents the ultimate extension of these principles.
- He finishes off this confession by stating that Gaia or geophysiology is a vision that is not contradictory to the human values of goodness and compassion.
- Gaia Online looks similar to a normal phpBB forum.
- New Age Gaians - New Age Gaians are people who have taken the Gaia Theory of James Lovelock to the point of being a religion of sorts.
- The term "geophysiology" was popularized by James Lovelock as part of his writing about the Gaia hypothesis, but it was in fact foreshadowed by many others.
- Daisyworld is a good example of homeostasis and was first proposed by James Lovelock as a plausible example of his Gaia hypothesis.
- My primary work has always been in cell evolution, yet for a long time I've been associated with James Lovelock and his Gaia hypothesis.
- As they walk by the Buddha’s side, disciples do not forget that Mother Nature, or Gaia, is also suffering in samsara.
- The names "Callaici" and "Cale" are the origin of today's: Gaia, Galicia, and the "Gal" root in "Portugal".
- As the climax of the war approached, Zeus recalled the wishes of Gaia and returned to the Underworld to free the Hecatoncheired.
- According to Hesiod's Theogony, Ouranos was one of the first 'children' of Gaia, along with the Mountains and the Sea.
- When Uranus met with Gaia, Cronus attacked him with the sickle castrating him and casting his testicles into the sea.
- This game had a sequel for the PlayStation called Master of Monsters: Disciples of Gaia, which had limited success and was criticized for its slow gameplay.
- Gaia bore the monster Typhon to claim revenge for the imprisoned Titans, though Zeus was victorious.
- James Lovelock presents just such an argument in his book, The Revenge of Gaia: Earth's Climate in Crisis and the Fate of Humanity.
- Kratos escapes the Underworld and is bidden by Gaia to find the Sisters of Fate in order to change his past.
- Still other versions of the tale say that Zeus was raised by his grandmother, Gaia.
- Some tell that he compelled his father with the help of Gaia to regurgitate them.
- Mother Dia: Gaia, goddess of fertility and the earth, worshiped most by the Eleusinians and Cretans.
- The Element is associated with Hera, as protectress of the stable foundation of fertility, and with the Earth Goddesses Demeter and Gaia.
- Nereus: in Greek Mythology, eldest son of Pontus and Gaia, the Sea and the Earth.
- Oceanus, the eldest son of Uranus and Gaia, ruled over the liquid element.
- After Uranus had been castrated, his blood fell to earth (Gaia) and conceived the Giants.
- Ouranos eventually decided that his children belonged deep inside Gaia, hidden from himself and his kingdom.
- Cronus, the son of Uranus and Gaia and the youngest of the twelve Titans.
- Gaia created a great sickle and gathered together Cronus and his brothers to ask them to kill Uranus.
- Deucalion and Pyrrha understood that "mother" is Gaia, the mother of all living things, and the "bones" to be rocks.
- According to Homer, Gaia was invoked in oaths along with Helios (sun).
- Erichthonis was the son of Hephaestus, but while his mother was supposed to be Athena, it was actually Gaia.
- Earth (Gaia) presents the new-born child to Athena, who represents the reborn serpent-friendly Eve after the Flood.
- But unlike Gaia, who is concerned with all life - plant, animal, human, etc - Demeter's focus is the tilled and cultivated soil of an agricultural community.
- A divine dispute ensued over which god should possess him, with the result that he was awarded to Zeus and Gaia in life, and to Persephone in death.
- Mother Nature, also known as Gaia, is the Goddess of Life, the caretaker of the living environment of this planet.
- The concept that the biosphere is itself a living organism, either actually or metaphorically, is known as Gaia theory.
- The biota and the biosphere taken together form a part but not all of Gaia.
- Because Ouranos foresaw that one of his children would overthrow him, he tried to imprison each of the children in Gaia, which greatly discomforted her.
- The shrine dedicated to Apollo was probably originally dedicated to Gaia and then Poseidon.
- CYCLOPES Thereafter Gaia gave birth to the CYCLOPES, who are known for having one eye on their foreheads.
- This so alarmed the goddess of the Earth, Gaia, that she sent a giant scorpion to do battle with Orion.
- Or Apollo might have told Gaia of Orion's boast, fearful that Orion had designs on Apollo's sister Artemis.
- After the separation of the Earth from the Sky, Gaia gave birth to other offspring, these being fathered by Pontus.
- Only three gods have no human, but spiritual nature: Gaia (the Earth), Uranos (the Sky) and Ponthos (the Ocean).
- Son and husband Uranus (Sky) is first of all the son of Gaia (Earth), but secondly he is also her husband.
- For of all the children that were born of Gaia and Ouranos, these were the most terrible, and they were hated by their own father from the first.
- When Zeus rose up against Cronus and the other Titans, Gaia hid Aegea in a cave to hide her beauty.
- Unlike Zeus, a roving nomad god of the open sky, Gaia was manifest in enclosed spaces: the house, the courtyard, the womb, the cave.
- Cyclops are a breed of giants, born of Uranus and Gaia, and prop up in several myths.
- In addition, Gaia gave birth to other creatures, including the Cyclops and the Hecatoncheired (hundred-headed giants).
- King of Fighters - Months have passed since the battle with Orochi, a fearsome power of Gaia.
- And Ouranos (Sky) came, bringing on night and longing for love, and he lay about Gaia (Earth) spreading himself full upon her.
- It is said that Chaos gave birth to Erebos and Night while Ouranos and Okeanos sprang from Gaia.
- She was an early earth goddess and it is written that Gaia was born from Chaos, the great void of emptiness within the universe, and with her came Eros.
- Astronomy > Universe > Planets > Uranus
- Traditions > Legends > Giants > Titans
- Encyclopedia of Keywords > Places > Earth
* Earth Gaia
* Earth Goddess
* Gaia Theory
* Golden Apples
* Greek Mythology
* Heroic Age
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