Aeon

The word aeon n, also spelled eon, originally means `life` or `being`, though it then tended to mean `age`, `forever` or `for eternity`. It is a Latin transliteration from the koine Greek word ὁ αἰών (ho aion), from the archaic αἰϝών (aiwon). In Homer it typically refers to life or lifespan. Its latest meaning is more or les...
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aeon

(Greek: `age,` or `lifetime`), in Gnosticism and Manichaeism, one of the orders of spirits, or spheres of being, that emanated from the Godhead and ... [1 related articles]
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Aeon

• (n.) A period of immeasurable duration; also, an emanation of the Deity. See Eon. • (n.) One of the embodiments of the divine attributes of the Eternal Being. • (n.) An immeasurable or infinite space of time; eternity; a long space of time; an age.
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Aeon

[digital magazine] Aeon Magazine is a digital magazine of ideas and culture, founded by Paul and Brigid Hains in 2012. Publishing a substantial essay nearly every weekday, Aeon declares itself as committed to having `a cosmopolitan outlook, open to diverse perspectives and committed to progressive social change. [The magazine] has a high re...
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Aeon

[Gnosticism] In many Gnostic systems, various emanations of `God` are known by such names as One, Monad, Aion teleos (αἰών τέλεος `The Broadest Aeon`), Bythos (`depth or profundity`, βυθός), Proarkhe (`before the beginning`, προαρχή), Arkhe (`the beginning`, ἀρχή), and Aeons. In different systems these emanations...
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Aeon

[language school] The company operates 320 branch schools throughout Japan, and maintains staff recruitment offices in New York City and Los Angeles. In November 2013 it was reported that Aeon had approximately 100,000 students studying English. ==History== In 1973, university classmates Kiyoshi Aki and Tsuneo Kusunoki founded the company A...
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Aeon

[Thelema] In the religion of Thelema, it is believed that the history of humanity can be divided into a series of aeons, each of which was accompanied by its own forms of `magical and religious expression`. The first of these was the Aeon of Isis, which Thelemites believed occurred during prehistory and which saw mankind worshipping a Great...
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Aeon

According to the Gnostics a being regarded as a subordinate heavenly power derived from the Supreme Being by a process of emanation. The totality of aeons formed the spiritual world which was intermediary between the Deity and the material world of sensible phenomena, which was held to be evil. -- J.J.R.
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aeon

Age or immense period of time. The Gnostics used the term to indicate manifestations from God, or spirits which form a separate existence and have influence over phases in the world's progression. ...
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Aeon

An aeon is an immeasurable period.
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Aeon

In astronomical terms, 1,000 million years. It was proposed in 1957 for use in geology, but was never approved by the SI and is not used very much.
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AEON

See EON
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aeon

See eon.
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Aeon

The Amarr super-carrier.
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