aequator

aequator

See equator.
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Here matter new to gaze the Devil met Undazl'd, farr and wide his eye commands, For sight no obstacle found here, nor shade, But all Sun-shine, as when his Beams at Noon Culminate from th' AEQUATOR, as they now Shot upward still direct, whence no way round Shadow from body opaque can fall, and the Aire, No where so cleer, sharp'nd his visual ray To objects distant farr, whereby he soon Saw within kenn a glorious Angel stand, The same whom JOHN saw also in the Sun: His back was turnd, but not his brightness hid; Of beaming sunnie Raies, a golden tiar Circl'd his Head, nor less his Locks behind Illustrious on his Shoulders fledge with wings Lay waving round; on som great charge imploy'd Hee seemd, or fixt in cogitation deep.
But when the Sun returnes to the Aequator, Venus recovers her alacrity; the trees invested with leaves, and the earth with her flowrie mantle.
begin strikethrough]Den 11ten Juni passirten sie den Aequator woselbst die Relnition von der Taufe des Neptuns, meinem Vater fur sich und seine Leute doch bei 27.
Asi como el hombre, quien mas se acerca a la clase mas baja de los espiritus celestiales (ya que ciertamente debemos suponer una subordinacion en ese orden celestial) al ser mitad cuerpo mitad espiritu, se convierte en el aequator que divide por la mitad la creacion entera y distingue lo corporal del mundo intelectual invisible: del mismo modo el simio o mono, que disfruta de la mayor similitud con el hombre, es el siguiente en el orden de los animales por debajo de el.
5 pm crassa, aequaliter, minute echinulatis; poro germinationis 2-4 circa aequator.