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Flood Themes Mythological floods are not local

They take place on a cosmic scale, generally covering the whole world

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Most super-villains in mainstream comic books are atheists, agnostics, or simply non-religious. Aside from a few major villains, the list below primarily focuses on villains who have a known religious affiliation other than these. Because of space and file size considerations, only a select number of the best known and most important super-villains are listed below. Hundreds more are listed in the page.

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* NU: Stands for "New Universe," the name of a new imprint of comics published by Marvel beginning in 1986 (the 25th anniversary of Marvel Comics). The line of comics was intended to take place in a word very similar to our own, with only limited differences, and no magic, pantheons of mythological gods, supertechnology, aliens, hidden races, etc. Because the characters in the New Universe titles were intended to be as reality-based as possibly, many were explicitly identified with specific real-world religious backgrounds and religious affiliations (such as Presbyterian, Lutheran, etc.), rather than using the "generic all-American" character template that had been the basis for Marvels (and DC's) key foundational characters. Despite many intriguing approaches and some (but not all) high quality stories and art, sales were generally poor for the New Universe line and the imprint was discontinued in late 1989 after less than three years and a combined total of 172 issues for the various series. Since then, New Universe characters have crossed over into the mainstream Marvel universe on a few limited occasions.


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Monuments & Sites – Page 2 – Ancient gods
(7) Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Sensory Language. Students understand, make inferences and draw conclusions about how an author's sensory language creates imagery in literary text and provide evidence from text to support their understanding. Students are expected to analyze the meaning of classical, mythological, and biblical allusions in words, phrases, passages, and literary works.

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Europe is very apt to dwell upon the influence ofWestern Art and Culture upon Asiatic thought, religion and culture upon the Artand Civilization of Europe is rarely appraised at its proper value….From theseaports of her Western and Eastern coasts, India at this time sent streams ofcolonists, missionaries and craftsmen all over Southern Asia, Ceylon, Siam andfar-distant Cambodia.

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Only an infinitesimalnumber of Europeans, even of those who pass the best part of their lives inIndia, make any attempt to understand the philosophic, religious, mythologicaland historical ideas of which Indian art is the embodiment."

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Discover the fascinating world of European Art! This publication – the first in The San Diego Museum of Art's Art Unframed series – is geared towards young readers and families and explores themes including religious art, landscapes, still-life painting, and portraiture through forty-seven works of art from the collection of The Museum.

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By God's design, our forefathers forgot who they were, where they came from, and what their past religion was, all in His plan of purifying and preparing them to again become united with the ONE TRUE GOD, who came unto them in the form of man, Jesus Christ.

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This second, supplemental page lists hundreds of comic book characters from a large number of religious denominations and backgrounds, including: Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish, Sikh, Muslim, Dutch Reformed, atheist, Santeria, Gnostic, Shinto, Vodoun, Catholic, Russian Orthodox, Protestant, Evangelical, Greco-Roman classical religion, Selsian, Zoroastrian, Pagan, Thugee, Thanagarian, Methodist, Episcopalian, Presbyterian, Acanti, Polynesian traditional religion, and more.

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One of the God’s feet iscrushing a Titan, for “this dance is danced upon the bodies of the dead”,yet one of the right hands is making a gesture of reassurance (abhayamudra), sotrue it is that, seen from the cosmic point of view…the very cruelty of thisuniversal determinism is kindly, as the generative principle of the future.