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URANOS
FIRST SONS
MONSTER TYPHUS
GAIA PHILOSOPHY
DESIGNATED PORTO METROPOLITAN AREA
PHANES
SANDEFJORD
OCEANUS
AETHER
DAISYWORLD
GAIA HOUSE
GEOPHYSIOLOGY
GAIA ONLINE
JAMES LOVELOCK
GAIA HYPOTHESIS
DISCIPLES
GALICIA
UNDERWORLD
SEA
MONSTERS
VICTORIOUS
FATE
GRANDMOTHER
HELP
FERTILITY
ELDEST SON
BLOOD
HIDDEN
YOUNGEST
BROTHERS
LIVING THINGS
HELIOS
ATHENA
LIFE
BIOSPHERE
OVERTHROW
APOLLO
BIRTH
ORION
SKY
FIRST
CAVE
CYCLOPS
KING
NIGHT
CHAOS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Gaia ("land" or "earth", also spelled Ge or Gaea) is the Earth in Greek mythology. (Web site)
  2. Gaia, the Mother Earth goddess, created Oranos, the god of the sky, and mated with him, thereby producing the first immortals - the Titans. (Web site)
  3. Gaia is a primordial and chthonic deity in the Ancient Greek pantheon and considered a Mother Goddess or Great Goddess.
  4. Gaia is a global space astrometry mission. (Web site)
  5. Gaia (Earth), the more orderly and safe foundation that would serve as a home for the gods and mortals, came afterwards.

Uranos

  1. Daughter of Uranos and Gaia, mother of the Moirai and the Horai.

First Sons

  1. Titanium (Latin Titans, Earth or the first sons of Gaia) was discovered in England by Reverend William Gregor in 1791.

Monster Typhus

  1. Later, when Zeus overcame the monster Typhus, the offspring of Tartarus and Gaia, he threw it, too, into the same pit.

Gaia Philosophy

  1. 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. (Web site)

Designated Porto Metropolitan Area

  1. Gaia together with Porto and other 12 municipalities makes up the commonly designated Porto Metropolitan Area.

Phanes

  1. Phanes and Nux later created Uranus (heaven) and Gaia (earth).

Sandefjord

  1. A replica of Gokstad ship, called Gaia currently has Sandefjord as home port. (Web site)

Oceanus

  1. Spercheus, the deity, was a son of Oceanus and Gaia.

Aether

  1. Aergia, a goddess of sloth and laziness, is the daughter of Aether and Gaia. (Web site)

Daisyworld

  1. Daisyworld, gaia, mep, artificial life, theoretical biology, robotics and evolutionary theory.

Gaia House

  1. The author co-founded Gaia House, a retreat centre in Devon, England.

Geophysiology

  1. From this point of view, Gaia theory and geophysiology represents the ultimate extension of these principles.
  2. 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. (Web site)

Gaia Online

  1. Gaia Online looks similar to a normal phpBB forum.

James Lovelock

  1. 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.

Gaia Hypothesis

  1. 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.
  2. Daisyworld is a good example of homeostasis and was first proposed by James Lovelock as a plausible example of his Gaia hypothesis. (Web site)
  3. 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. (Web site)

Disciples

  1. As they walk by the Buddha’s side, disciples do not forget that Mother Nature, or Gaia, is also suffering in samsara. (Web site)

Galicia

  1. The names "Callaici" and "Cale" are the origin of today's: Gaia, Galicia, and the "Gal" root in "Portugal".

Underworld

  1. As the climax of the war approached, Zeus recalled the wishes of Gaia and returned to the Underworld to free the Hecatoncheired. (Web site)

Sea

  1. According to Hesiod's Theogony, Ouranos was one of the first 'children' of Gaia, along with the Mountains and the Sea. (Web site)
  2. When Uranus met with Gaia, Cronus attacked him with the sickle castrating him and casting his testicles into the sea. (Web site)

Monsters

  1. 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.

Victorious

  1. Gaia bore the monster Typhon to claim revenge for the imprisoned Titans, though Zeus was victorious. (Web site)

Fate

  1. James Lovelock presents just such an argument in his book, The Revenge of Gaia: Earth's Climate in Crisis and the Fate of Humanity.
  2. Kratos escapes the Underworld and is bidden by Gaia to find the Sisters of Fate in order to change his past. (Web site)

Grandmother

  1. Still other versions of the tale say that Zeus was raised by his grandmother, Gaia. (Web site)

Help

  1. Some tell that he compelled his father with the help of Gaia to regurgitate them. (Web site)

Fertility

  1. Mother Dia: Gaia, goddess of fertility and the earth, worshiped most by the Eleusinians and Cretans. (Web site)
  2. The Element is associated with Hera, as protectress of the stable foundation of fertility, and with the Earth Goddesses Demeter and Gaia. (Web site)

Eldest Son

  1. Nereus: in Greek Mythology, eldest son of Pontus and Gaia, the Sea and the Earth. (Web site)
  2. Oceanus, the eldest son of Uranus and Gaia, ruled over the liquid element. (Web site)

Blood

  1. After Uranus had been castrated, his blood fell to earth (Gaia) and conceived the Giants. (Web site)

Hidden

  1. Ouranos eventually decided that his children belonged deep inside Gaia, hidden from himself and his kingdom. (Web site)

Youngest

  1. Cronus, the son of Uranus and Gaia and the youngest of the twelve Titans. (Web site)

Brothers

  1. Gaia created a great sickle and gathered together Cronus and his brothers to ask them to kill Uranus. (Web site)

Living Things

  1. Deucalion and Pyrrha understood that "mother" is Gaia, the mother of all living things, and the "bones" to be rocks.

Helios

  1. According to Homer, Gaia was invoked in oaths along with Helios (sun). (Web site)

Athena

  1. Erichthonis was the son of Hephaestus, but while his mother was supposed to be Athena, it was actually Gaia.
  2. Earth (Gaia) presents the new-born child to Athena, who represents the reborn serpent-friendly Eve after the Flood.

Life

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Mother Nature, also known as Gaia, is the Goddess of Life, the caretaker of the living environment of this planet. (Web site)

Biosphere

  1. The concept that the biosphere is itself a living organism, either actually or metaphorically, is known as Gaia theory.
  2. The biota and the biosphere taken together form a part but not all of Gaia. (Web site)

Overthrow

  1. 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. (Web site)

Apollo

  1. The shrine dedicated to Apollo was probably originally dedicated to Gaia and then Poseidon. (Web site)

Birth

  1. CYCLOPES Thereafter Gaia gave birth to the CYCLOPES, who are known for having one eye on their foreheads. (Web site)

Orion

  1. This so alarmed the goddess of the Earth, Gaia, that she sent a giant scorpion to do battle with Orion. (Web site)
  2. Or Apollo might have told Gaia of Orion's boast, fearful that Orion had designs on Apollo's sister Artemis. (Web site)

Sky

  1. After the separation of the Earth from the Sky, Gaia gave birth to other offspring, these being fathered by Pontus. (Web site)
  2. Only three gods have no human, but spiritual nature: Gaia (the Earth), Uranos (the Sky) and Ponthos (the Ocean).

First

  1. Son and husband Uranus (Sky) is first of all the son of Gaia (Earth), but secondly he is also her husband. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)

Cave

  1. When Zeus rose up against Cronus and the other Titans, Gaia hid Aegea in a cave to hide her beauty.
  2. Unlike Zeus, a roving nomad god of the open sky, Gaia was manifest in enclosed spaces: the house, the courtyard, the womb, the cave. (Web site)

Cyclops

  1. Cyclops are a breed of giants, born of Uranus and Gaia, and prop up in several myths. (Web site)
  2. In addition, Gaia gave birth to other creatures, including the Cyclops and the Hecatoncheired (hundred-headed giants). (Web site)

King

  1. King of Fighters - Months have passed since the battle with Orochi, a fearsome power of Gaia. (Web site)

Night

  1. And Ouranos (Sky) came, bringing on night and longing for love, and he lay about Gaia (Earth) spreading himself full upon her. (Web site)

Chaos

  1. It is said that Chaos gave birth to Erebos and Night while Ouranos and Okeanos sprang from Gaia. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Astronomy > Universe > Planets > Uranus
  2. Traditions > Legends > Giants > Titans
  3. Cronus
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Places > Earth
  5. Cyclopes

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