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1.09_-_SKIRMISHES_IN_A_WAY_WITH_THE_AGE
1.51_-_Homeopathic_Magic_of_a_Flesh_Diet
1f.lovecraft_-_Ibid
1f.lovecraft_-_Under_the_Pyramids
1.pbs_-_Queen_Mab_-_Part_II.
1.wby_-_Mad_As_The_Mist_And_Snow
1.whitman_-_My_Picture-Gallery
2.01_-_On_Books
3.02_-_The_Great_Secret
3.05_-_SAL
33.01_-_The_Initiation_of_Swadeshi
6.0_-_Conscious,_Unconscious,_and_Individuation
Aeneid
APPENDIX_I_-_Curriculum_of_A._A.
BOOK_II._-_A_review_of_the_calamities_suffered_by_the_Romans_before_the_time_of_Christ,_showing_that_their_gods_had_plunged_them_into_corruption_and_vice
BOOK_III._-_The_external_calamities_of_Rome
BOOK_II._--_PART_I._ANTHROPOGENESIS.
BOOK_II._--_PART_II._THE_ARCHAIC_SYMBOLISM_OF_THE_WORLD-RELIGIONS
BOOK_IV._-_That_empire_was_given_to_Rome_not_by_the_gods,_but_by_the_One_True_God
BOOK_IX._-_Of_those_who_allege_a_distinction_among_demons,_some_being_good_and_others_evil
Book_of_Imaginary_Beings_(text)
BOOK_VIII._-_Some_account_of_the_Socratic_and_Platonic_philosophy,_and_a_refutation_of_the_doctrine_of_Apuleius_that_the_demons_should_be_worshipped_as_mediators_between_gods_and_men
BOOK_VI._-_Of_Varros_threefold_division_of_theology,_and_of_the_inability_of_the_gods_to_contri_bute_anything_to_the_happiness_of_the_future_life
BOOK_V._-_Of_fate,_freewill,_and_God's_prescience,_and_of_the_source_of_the_virtues_of_the_ancient_Romans
BOOK_XIII._-_That_death_is_penal,_and_had_its_origin_in_Adam's_sin
BOOK_XIV._-_Of_the_punishment_and_results_of_mans_first_sin,_and_of_the_propagation_of_man_without_lust
BOOK_XIX._-_A_review_of_the_philosophical_opinions_regarding_the_Supreme_Good,_and_a_comparison_of_these_opinions_with_the_Christian_belief_regarding_happiness
BOOK_XVIII._-_A_parallel_history_of_the_earthly_and_heavenly_cities_from_the_time_of_Abraham_to_the_end_of_the_world
BOOK_XXII._-_Of_the_eternal_happiness_of_the_saints,_the_resurrection_of_the_body,_and_the_miracles_of_the_early_Church
BOOK_XXI._-_Of_the_eternal_punishment_of_the_wicked_in_hell,_and_of_the_various_objections_urged_against_it
COSA_-_BOOK_III
COSA_-_BOOK_VIII
ENNEAD_01.06_-_Of_Beauty.
ENNEAD_02.04a_-_Of_Matter.
ENNEAD_02.09_-_Against_the_Gnostics;_or,_That_the_Creator_and_the_World_are_Not_Evil.
ENNEAD_03.01_-_Concerning_Fate.
ENNEAD_03.07_-_Of_Time_and_Eternity.
ENNEAD_04.02_-_How_the_Soul_Mediates_Between_Indivisible_and_Divisible_Essence.
ENNEAD_06.05_-_The_One_and_Identical_Being_is_Everywhere_Present_In_Its_Entirety.345
Liber_111_-_The_Book_of_Wisdom_-_LIBER_ALEPH_VEL_CXI
Talks_With_Sri_Aurobindo_1
The_Act_of_Creation_text
Theaetetus
The_Dwellings_of_the_Philosophers
the_Eternal_Wisdom
The_Theologians
Timaeus

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Cicero: De Natura deorum; De officiis; Disputationes: Tuscalanae; De finibus bonorum et malorum.

Cicero: (Marcus Tullius, 106-43 B.C.) Famous for his eclectic exposition of general scientific knowledge and philosophy, by which he aimed to arouse an appreciation of Greek culture in the minds of his countrymen, the Romans. -- M.F.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106-43 BC) Roman orator, statesman, and philosopher, who helped popularize Greek philosophy in Roman thought and create a philosophical language in Latin. Famous for the style of his speeches, letters, and essays, he is credited as the creator of classical Latin prose. A firm republican, he was executed for opposing the imperial factions after Caesar’s murder.

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cicerone ::: n. --> One who shows strangers the curiosities of a place; a guide.

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1:The function of wisdom is to discriminate between good and evil. ~ Cicero,
2:If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.
   ~ Cicero,
3:Ignorance of future ills is a more useful thing than knowledge. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
4:This is our special duty, that if anyone specially needs our help, we should give him such help to the utmost of our power. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
5:reading :::
   50 Philosophy Classics: List of Books Covered:
   1. Hannah Arendt - The Human Condition (1958)
   2. Aristotle - Nicomachean Ethics (4th century BC)
   3. AJ Ayer - Language, Truth and Logic (1936)
   4. Julian Baggini - The Ego Trick (2011)
   5. Jean Baudrillard - Simulacra and Simulation (1981)
   6. Simone de Beauvoir - The Second Sex (1952)
   7. Jeremy Bentham - Principles of Morals and Legislation (1789)
   8. Henri Bergson - Creative Evolution (1911)
   9. David Bohm - Wholeness and the Implicate Order (1980)
   10. Noam Chomsky - Understanding Power (2002)
   11. Cicero - On Duties (44 BC)
   12. Confucius - Analects (5th century BC)
   13. Rene Descartes - Meditations (1641)
   14. Ralph Waldo Emerson - Fate (1860)
   15. Epicurus - Letters (3rd century BC)
   16. Michel Foucault - The Order of Things (1966)
   17. Harry Frankfurt - On Bullshit (2005)
   18. Sam Harris - Free Will (2012)
   19. GWF Hegel - Phenomenology of Spirit (1803)
   20. Martin Heidegger - Being and Time (1927)
   21. Heraclitus - Fragments (6th century)
   22. David Hume - An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding (1748)
   23. William James - Pragmatism (1904)
   24. Daniel Kahneman - Thinking: Fast and Slow (2011)
   25. Immanuel Kant - Critique of Pure Reason (1781)
   26. Soren Kierkegaard - Fear and Trembling (1843)
   27. Saul Kripke - Naming and Necessity (1972)
   28. Thomas Kuhn - The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962)
   29. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Theodicy (1710)
   30. John Locke - An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690)
   31. Marshall McLuhan - The Medium is the Massage (1967)
   32. Niccolo Machiavelli - The Prince (1532)
   33. John Stuart Mill - On Liberty (1859)
   34. Michel de Montaigne - Essays (1580)
   35. Iris Murdoch - The Sovereignty of Good (1970)
   36. Friedrich Nietzsche - Beyond Good and Evil (1886)
   37. Blaise Pascal - Pensees (1670)
   38. Plato - The Republic (4th century BC)
   39. Karl Popper - The Logic of Scientific Discovery (1934)
   40. John Rawls - A Theory of Justice (1971)
   41. Jean-Jacques Rousseau - The Social Contract (1762)
   42. Bertrand Russell - The Conquest of Happiness (1920)
   43. Michael Sandel - Justice (2009)
   44. Jean Paul Sartre - Being and Nothingness (1943)
   45. Arthur Schopenhauer - The World as Will and Representation (1818)
   46. Peter Singer - The Life You Can Save (2009)
   47. Baruch Spinoza - Ethics (1677)
   48. Nassim Nicholas - Taleb The Black Swan (2007)
   49. Ludwig Wittgenstein - Philosophical Investigations (1953)
   50. Slavoj Zizek - Living In The End Times (2010)
   ~ Tom Butler-Bowdon, 50 Philosophy Classics,
6:Reading list (1972 edition)[edit]
1. Homer - Iliad, Odyssey
2. The Old Testament
3. Aeschylus - Tragedies
4. Sophocles - Tragedies
5. Herodotus - Histories
6. Euripides - Tragedies
7. Thucydides - History of the Peloponnesian War
8. Hippocrates - Medical Writings
9. Aristophanes - Comedies
10. Plato - Dialogues
11. Aristotle - Works
12. Epicurus - Letter to Herodotus; Letter to Menoecus
13. Euclid - Elements
14.Archimedes - Works
15. Apollonius of Perga - Conic Sections
16. Cicero - Works
17. Lucretius - On the Nature of Things
18. Virgil - Works
19. Horace - Works
20. Livy - History of Rome
21. Ovid - Works
22. Plutarch - Parallel Lives; Moralia
23. Tacitus - Histories; Annals; Agricola Germania
24. Nicomachus of Gerasa - Introduction to Arithmetic
25. Epictetus - Discourses; Encheiridion
26. Ptolemy - Almagest
27. Lucian - Works
28. Marcus Aurelius - Meditations
29. Galen - On the Natural Faculties
30. The New Testament
31. Plotinus - The Enneads
32. St. Augustine - On the Teacher; Confessions; City of God; On Christian Doctrine
33. The Song of Roland
34. The Nibelungenlied
35. The Saga of Burnt Njal
36. St. Thomas Aquinas - Summa Theologica
37. Dante Alighieri - The Divine Comedy;The New Life; On Monarchy
38. Geoffrey Chaucer - Troilus and Criseyde; The Canterbury Tales
39. Leonardo da Vinci - Notebooks
40. Niccolò Machiavelli - The Prince; Discourses on the First Ten Books of Livy
41. Desiderius Erasmus - The Praise of Folly
42. Nicolaus Copernicus - On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres
43. Thomas More - Utopia
44. Martin Luther - Table Talk; Three Treatises
45. François Rabelais - Gargantua and Pantagruel
46. John Calvin - Institutes of the Christian Religion
47. Michel de Montaigne - Essays
48. William Gilbert - On the Loadstone and Magnetic Bodies
49. Miguel de Cervantes - Don Quixote
50. Edmund Spenser - Prothalamion; The Faerie Queene
51. Francis Bacon - Essays; Advancement of Learning; Novum Organum, New Atlantis
52. William Shakespeare - Poetry and Plays
53. Galileo Galilei - Starry Messenger; Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences
54. Johannes Kepler - Epitome of Copernican Astronomy; Concerning the Harmonies of the World
55. William Harvey - On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals; On the Circulation of the Blood; On the Generation of Animals
56. Thomas Hobbes - Leviathan
57. René Descartes - Rules for the Direction of the Mind; Discourse on the Method; Geometry; Meditations on First Philosophy
58. John Milton - Works
59. Molière - Comedies
60. Blaise Pascal - The Provincial Letters; Pensees; Scientific Treatises
61. Christiaan Huygens - Treatise on Light
62. Benedict de Spinoza - Ethics
63. John Locke - Letter Concerning Toleration; Of Civil Government; Essay Concerning Human Understanding;Thoughts Concerning Education
64. Jean Baptiste Racine - Tragedies
65. Isaac Newton - Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy; Optics
66. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Discourse on Metaphysics; New Essays Concerning Human Understanding;Monadology
67.Daniel Defoe - Robinson Crusoe
68. Jonathan Swift - A Tale of a Tub; Journal to Stella; Gulliver's Travels; A Modest Proposal
69. William Congreve - The Way of the World
70. George Berkeley - Principles of Human Knowledge
71. Alexander Pope - Essay on Criticism; Rape of the Lock; Essay on Man
72. Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu - Persian Letters; Spirit of Laws
73. Voltaire - Letters on the English; Candide; Philosophical Dictionary
74. Henry Fielding - Joseph Andrews; Tom Jones
75. Samuel Johnson - The Vanity of Human Wishes; Dictionary; Rasselas; The Lives of the Poets
   ~ Mortimer J Adler,
7:SECTION 1. Books for Serious Study
   Liber CCXX. (Liber AL vel Legis.) The Book of the Law. This book is the foundation of the New Æon, and thus of the whole of our work.
   The Equinox. The standard Work of Reference in all occult matters. The Encyclopaedia of Initiation.
   Liber ABA (Book 4). A general account in elementary terms of magical and mystical powers. In four parts: (1) Mysticism (2) Magical (Elementary Theory) (3) Magick in Theory and Practice (this book) (4) The Law.
   Liber II. The Message of the Master Therion. Explains the essence of the new Law in a very simple manner.
   Liber DCCCXXXVIII. The Law of Liberty. A further explanation of The Book of the Law in reference to certain ethical problems.
   Collected Works of A. Crowley. These works contain many mystical and magical secrets, both stated clearly in prose, and woven into the Robe of sublimest poesy.
   The Yi King. (S. B. E. Series [vol. XVI], Oxford University Press.) The "Classic of Changes"; give the initiated Chinese system of Magick.
   The Tao Teh King. (S. B. E. Series [vol. XXXIX].) Gives the initiated Chinese system of Mysticism.
   Tannhäuser, by A. Crowley. An allegorical drama concerning the Progress of the Soul; the Tannhäuser story slightly remodelled.
   The Upanishads. (S. B. E. Series [vols. I & XV.) The Classical Basis of Vedantism, the best-known form of Hindu Mysticism.
   The Bhagavad-gita. A dialogue in which Krishna, the Hindu "Christ", expounds a system of Attainment.
   The Voice of the Silence, by H.P. Blavatsky, with an elaborate commentary by Frater O.M. Frater O.M., 7°=48, is the most learned of all the Brethren of the Order; he has given eighteen years to the study of this masterpiece.
   Raja-Yoga, by Swami Vivekananda. An excellent elementary study of Hindu mysticism. His Bhakti-Yoga is also good.
   The Shiva Samhita. An account of various physical means of assisting the discipline of initiation. A famous Hindu treatise on certain physical practices.
   The Hathayoga Pradipika. Similar to the Shiva Samhita.
   The Aphorisms of Patanjali. A valuable collection of precepts pertaining to mystical attainment.
   The Sword of Song. A study of Christian theology and ethics, with a statement and solution of the deepest philosophical problems. Also contains the best account extant of Buddhism, compared with modern science.
   The Book of the Dead. A collection of Egyptian magical rituals.
   Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie, by Eliphas Levi. The best general textbook of magical theory and practice for beginners. Written in an easy popular style.
   The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage. The best exoteric account of the Great Work, with careful instructions in procedure. This Book influenced and helped the Master Therion more than any other.
   The Goetia. The most intelligible of all the mediæval rituals of Evocation. Contains also the favourite Invocation of the Master Therion.
   Erdmann's History of Philosophy. A compendious account of philosophy from the earliest times. Most valuable as a general education of the mind.
   The Spiritual Guide of [Miguel de] Molinos. A simple manual of Christian Mysticism.
   The Star in the West. (Captain Fuller). An introduction to the study of the Works of Aleister Crowley.
   The Dhammapada. (S. B. E. Series [vol. X], Oxford University Press). The best of the Buddhist classics.
   The Questions of King Milinda. (S. B. E. Series [vols. XXXV & XXXVI].) Technical points of Buddhist dogma, illustrated bydialogues.
   Liber 777 vel Prolegomena Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico-Mysticæ Viæ Explicandæ, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicam Sanctissimorum Scientiæ Summæ. A complete Dictionary of the Correspondences of all magical elements, reprinted with extensive additions, making it the only standard comprehensive book of reference ever published. It is to the language of Occultism what Webster or Murray is to the English language.
   Varieties of Religious Experience (William James). Valuable as showing the uniformity of mystical attainment.
   Kabbala Denudata, von Rosenroth: also The Kabbalah Unveiled, by S.L. Mathers. The text of the Qabalah, with commentary. A good elementary introduction to the subject.
   Konx Om Pax [by Aleister Crowley]. Four invaluable treatises and a preface on Mysticism and Magick.
   The Pistis Sophia [translated by G.R.S. Mead or Violet McDermot]. An admirable introduction to the study of Gnosticism.
   The Oracles of Zoroaster [Chaldæan Oracles]. An invaluable collection of precepts mystical and magical.
   The Dream of Scipio, by Cicero. Excellent for its Vision and its Philosophy.
   The Golden Verses of Pythagoras, by Fabre d'Olivet. An interesting study of the exoteric doctrines of this Master.
   The Divine Pymander, by Hermes Trismegistus. Invaluable as bearing on the Gnostic Philosophy.
   The Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians, reprint of Franz Hartmann. An invaluable compendium.
   Scrutinium Chymicum [Atalanta Fugiens]¸ by Michael Maier. One of the best treatises on alchemy.
   Science and the Infinite, by Sidney Klein. One of the best essays written in recent years.
   Two Essays on the Worship of Priapus [A Discourse on the Worship of Priapus &c. &c. &c.], by Richard Payne Knight [and Thomas Wright]. Invaluable to all students.
   The Golden Bough, by J.G. Frazer. The textbook of Folk Lore. Invaluable to all students.
   The Age of Reason, by Thomas Paine. Excellent, though elementary, as a corrective to superstition.
   Rivers of Life, by General Forlong. An invaluable textbook of old systems of initiation.
   Three Dialogues, by Bishop Berkeley. The Classic of Subjective Idealism.
   Essays of David Hume. The Classic of Academic Scepticism.
   First Principles by Herbert Spencer. The Classic of Agnosticism.
   Prolegomena [to any future Metaphysics], by Immanuel Kant. The best introduction to Metaphysics.
   The Canon [by William Stirling]. The best textbook of Applied Qabalah.
   The Fourth Dimension, by [Charles] H. Hinton. The best essay on the subject.
   The Essays of Thomas Henry Huxley. Masterpieces of philosophy, as of prose.
   ~ Aleister Crowley, Liber ABA, Appendix I: Literature Recommended to Aspirants
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2:Dum Spiro, spero ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
3:Cum dignitate otium ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
4:O tempora! O mores! ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
5:Per aspera ad astra ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
6:Vivere est Cogitare ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
7:War leads to peace. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
8:Be, rather than seem ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
9:As I breathe, I hope. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
10:I am a Roman citizen. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
11:Leisure with dignity. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
12:O, tempora! O, mores! ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
13:Always the same thing. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
14:Do nothing twice over. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
15:Omnia mea mecum porto. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
16:Our thoughts are free. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
17:Calamus fortior gladio. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
18:More law, less justice. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
19:No sane man will dance. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
20:No sober person dances. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
21:Έχω βιβλιοθήκη και κήπο ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
22:A letter does not blush. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
23:Hatred is settled anger. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
24:More laws, less justice. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
25:No one has leave to sin. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
26:Respiraro, si te videro. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
27:a friend is a second self ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
28:Hunger is the best sauce. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
29:Let reason govern desire. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
30:Virtue is its own reward. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
31:What times! What manners! ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
32:All soils are not fertile. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
33:Every animal loves itself. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
34:Hatred is a settled anger. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
35:He who suffers, remembers. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
36:Like associates with like. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
37:Thrift is a great revenue. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
38:To be rather than to seem. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
39:To live long, live slowly. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
40:All things are full of God. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
41:Economy is a great revenue. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
42:Hatred is inveterate anger. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
43:Historia magistra vitae est ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
44:Laws are inoperative in war ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
45:Man is his own worst enemy. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
46:Man must suffer to be wise. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
47:Nature abhors annihilation. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
48:Non nobis solum nati sumus. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
49:Thrift is of great revenue. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
50:Dogs wait for us faithfully. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
51:Falsehoods border on truths. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
52:non deterret sapientem mors. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
53:Si quieres aprender, enseña. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
54:The spirit is the true self. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
55:Time is the herald of truth. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
56:By doubting we come at truth. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
57:Nothing quite new is perfect. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
58:The law is silent during war. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
59:History is the teacher of life ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
60:Honor is the reward of virtue. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
61:The freedom of poetic license. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
62:There were poets before Homer. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
63:Angustus animus pecūniam amat". ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
64:Books: our unfailing companions ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
65:Everyone has his besetting sin. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
66:Genius is fostered by industry. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
67:Gut ist, was den Guten gefällt. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
68:Kindness is stronger than fear. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
69:Laws are silent in time of war. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
70:Life without learning is death. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
71:Pardon is granted to necessity. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
72:There is nothing god cannot do. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
73:Unraveling the web of Penelope. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
74:Friends are proved by adversity. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
75:Like readily consorts with like. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
76:No man in his senses will dance. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
77:Peace is freedom in tranquility. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
78:The more laws, the less justice. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
79:The real friend is another self. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
80:We make allowance for necessity. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
81:What is dignity without honesty? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
82:Ability without honor is useless. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
83:All places are filled with fools. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
84:Before beginning, plan carefully. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
85:Borrowing from Peter to pay Paul. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
86:During war, the laws are silent. ~ Quintus Tullius Cicero
87:Fortune, not wisdom, rules lives. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
88:Kindness is produced by kindness. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
89:Nothing dries sooner than a tear. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
90:O philosophy, you leader of life. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
91:Peace is liberty in tranquillity. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
92:To freemen, threats are impotent. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
93:While there's life, there's hope. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
94:All you have to do then is to command yourselves. ~ Cicero
95:Freedom is participation in power. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
96:Patria est communis omnium parens. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
97:Taxes are the sinews of the state. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
98:True nobility is exempt from fear. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
99:Work makes a callus against grief. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
100:All you have to do then is to command yourselves. ~ Cicero,
101:As thou sowest, so shalt thou reap. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
102:As you have sown so shall you reap. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
103:He has no worse enemy than himself. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
104:Ill gotten gains will be ill spent. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
105:Life is nothing without friendship. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
106:Nature has inclined us to love men. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
107:The popular breeze - Aura popularis ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
108:There is no life without friendship ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
109:What is sweeter than lettered ease? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
110:Before beginning, prepare carefully. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
111:Let your desires be ruled by reason. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
112:Never injure a friend, even in jest. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
113:Not every mistake is a foolish one. —CICERO ~ Liaquat Ahamed
114:Strict law is often great injustice. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
115:The wise man never loses his temper. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
116:We are not born for ourselves alone. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
117:After victory, you have more enemies. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
118:All great men are partially inspired. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
119:Certain signs precede certain events. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
120:Extreme justice is extreme injustice. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
121:Justice renders to every one his due. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
122:Law stands mute in the midst of arms. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
123:Let the punishment match the offense. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
124:Life is short, but art lives forever. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
125:Of evils one should choose the least. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
126:Religion is the pious worship of God. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
127:Solo un loco bailaría estando sobrio. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
128:Sweet is the memory of past troubles. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
129:The forehead is the gate of the mind. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
130:There is no moment without some duty. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
131:There is nothing which God cannot do. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
132:The sinews of war are infinite money. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
133:Through doubt we arrive at the truth. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
134:We are born poets. we become orators. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
135:When war is raging the laws are dumb. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
136:A bachelor's bed is the most pleasant. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
137:A man has no enemy worse than himself. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
138:A man of faith is also full of courage ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
139:A wise man does nothing by constraint. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
140:Brevity is a great charm of eloquence. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
141:Endless money forms the sinews of war. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
142:Every man's friend is no man's friend. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
143:Fear is not a lasting teacher of duty. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
144:generation was consumed with serial monogamy. We ~ Noah Cicero
145:Habit is, as it were, a second nature. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
146:I am never less alone than when alone. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
147:In times of war, the law falls silent. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
148:Let the soldier yield to the civilian. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
149:Loyalty is what we seek in friendship. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
150:Old age by nature is rather talkative. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
151:Old age is by nature rather talkative. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
152:Probability is the very guide of life. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
153:Strain every nerve to gain your point. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
154:The first bond of society is marriage. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
155:There are no true friends in politics. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
156:When they remain silent, they cry out. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
157:A friend is, as it were, a second self. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
158:A man of courage is also full of faith, ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
159:A man of courage is also full of faith. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
160:A s laws multiply, injustice increases. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
161:A true friend is a sort of second self. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
162:Generosity should never exceed ability. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
163:It is a great thing to know your vices. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
164:It is pleasant to recall past troubles. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
165:Nature herself makes the wise man rich. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
166:The beginnings of all things are small. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
167:What is more agreeable than one's home? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
168:An agreement of rash men (a conspiracy). ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
169:A thankful heart is the greatest virtue. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
170:Our country is wherever we are well off. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
171:Reason should direct, and appetite obey. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
172:The foundation of justice is good faith. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
173:The memory of past troubles is pleasant. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
174:There is not a moment without some duty. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
175:The remembrance of past misery is sweet. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
176:To some extent I liken slavery to death. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
177:Whatever you do, do with all your might. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
178:Wisdom often exists under a shabby coat. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
179:Yo era tan pobre que el gobierno me lo pagaba todo ~ Noah Cicero
180:A good orator is pointed and impassioned. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
181:Frugality includes all the other virtues. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
182:I hate all children of precocious talent. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
183:Legum servi sumus ut liberi esse possimus ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
184:Man's best support is a very dear friend. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
185:No one dances sober, unless he is insane. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
186:Philosophy is the true mother of science. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
187:The fruit of too much liberty is slavery. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
188:The human mind ever longs for occupation. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
189:They condemn what they do not understand. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
190:An ancient custom obtains force of nature. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
191:An unjust peace is better than a just war. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
192:Friends, though absent, are still present. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
193:He is rich who wishes no more than he has. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
194:It is better to receive than to do injury. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
195:L'amico certo si vede nella sorte incerta. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
196:Let war yield to peace, laurels to paeans. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
197:The best interpreter of the law is custom. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
198:To-morrow will give some food for thought. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
199:Victory is by nature insolent and haughty. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
200:Vivere est cogitare. (To think is to live) ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
201:We all are imbued with the love of praise. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
202:A community is like the ones who govern it. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
203:All things tend to corrupt perverted minds. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
204:Cum mulieribus non est disputandum, as Cicero says. ~ Theodora Goss
205:For the laws are dumb in the midst of arms. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
206:Judge not by the number, but by the weight. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
207:Let each man have according to his deserts. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
208:Let not the talk of the vulgar make any impression on you. ~ Cicero
209:Our minds are rendered buoyant by exercise. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
210:Superstition is an unreasoning fear of God. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
211:The good of the people is the greatest law. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
212:The great theatre for virtue is conscience. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
213:Thou shouldst eat to live; not live to eat. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
214:While the sick man has life, there is hope. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
215:Yo era tan pobre que el gobierno de me lo pagaba todo ~ Noah Cicero
216:A home without books is a body without soul. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
217:It is our own evil thoughts which madden us. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
218:Nothing is difficult in the eyes of a lover. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
219:Not in opinion but in nature is law founded. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
220:Politicians are not born; they are excreted. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
221:There is no place more delightful than home. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
222:The welfare of the people is the highest law ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
223:To live long it is necessary to live slowly. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
224:What an ugly beast the ape, and how like us. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
225:What is permissible is not always honorable. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
226:Ye immortal gods! where in the world are we? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
227:A happy life consists in tranquility of mind. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
228:Aquele que se ama a si próprio não tem rivais ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
229:A home without books is a body without a soul ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
230:Freedom is a possession of inestimable value. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
231:I prefer silent prudence to loquacious folly. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
232:Justice is the crowning glory of the virtues. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
233:Let the punishment be equal with the offence. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
234:No grief is so acute but time ameliorates it. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
235:Nothing is more disgraceful than insincerity. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
236:Our liberality should not exceed our ability. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
237:Pleasant is the recollection of dangers past. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
238:The whole of virtue consists in its practice. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
239:What is thine is mine, and all mine is thine. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
240:Често човек е най-злият враг на самия себе си ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
241:Friendship is infinitely better than kindness. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
242:Glory follows virtue as if it were its shadow. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
243:I criticize by creation, not by finding fault. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
244:I would rather be an expert on me than on Cicero ~ Michel de Montaigne
245:Man's life is ruled by fortune, not by wisdom. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
246:No obligation to do the impossible is binding. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
247:There is no thing which God cannot accomplish. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
248:The whole glory of virtue resides in activity. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
249:Tomorrow will give us something to think about ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
250:Advice is judged by results, not by intentions. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
251:All the arts of refinement have mutual kinship. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
252:Dum Spiro, spero- As long as I breathe, I hope. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
253:I criticize by creation - not by finding fault. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
254:In the approach to virtue there are many steps. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
255:Rashness belongs to youth; prudence to old age. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
256:Reason is the mistress and queen of all things. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
257:The aim of justice is to give everyone his due. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
258:The works of nature must all be accounted good. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
259:To the sick, while there is life there is hope. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
260:We must not say every mistake is a foolish one. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
261:What an ugly beast is the ape, and how like us. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
262:What is dishonestly got vanishes in profligacy. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
263:Where is there dignity unless there is honesty? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
264:Wisdom is not only to be acquired, but enjoyed. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
265:Learning is a kind of natural food for the mind. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
266:Let a man practise the profession he best knows. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
267:Men of different tastes have different pursuits. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
268:Nothing troubles you for which you do not yearn. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
269:Old age: the crown of life, our play's last act. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
270:Saving the virtues includes all other advantages ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
271:We are bound by the law, so that we may be free. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
272:Amicitiae nostrae memoriam spero sempiternam fore ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
273:Anger should never appear in awarding punishment. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
274:Be a pattern to others and then all will go well. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
275:For walk where we will, we tread upon some story. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
276:In anger nothing right nor judicious can be done. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
277:It is fortune, not wisdom, that rules man's life. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
278:Man was born for two things--thinking and acting. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
279:Mea mihi conscientia pluris est quam omnium sermo ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
280:Men do not realize how great an income thrift is. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
281:No man was ever great without divine inspiration. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
282:Our generosity never should exceed our abilities. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
283:Probabilities direct the conduct of the wise man. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
284:Rashness attends youth, as prudence does old age. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
285:Religion is not removed by removing superstition. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
286:Silence is one of the great arts of conversation. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
287:There is in superstition a senseless fear of God. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
288:There is nothing so ridiculous but some philosopher has said it. ~ Cicero
289:There is not only an art, but an eloquence in it. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
290:Let every man practice the art that he knows best. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
291:Let the welfare of the people be the ultimate law. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
292:Memory is the treasury and guardian of all things. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
293:The false is nothing but an imitation of the true. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
294:The function of wisdom is to discriminate between good and evil. ~ Cicero,
295:The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
296:The safety of the people shall be the highest law. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
297:The science of love is the philosophy of the heart ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
298:We must not only obtain Wisdom: we must enjoy her. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
299:A room without books is like a body without a soul. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
300:Favours out of place I regard as positive injuries. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
301:Frivolity is inborn, conceit acquired by education. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
302:he grew old learning many a fresh lesson every day. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
303:It is the act of a bad man to deceive by falsehood. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
304:Let the punishment be proportionate to the offense. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
305:Orators are most vehement when their cause is weak. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
306:Philosophy is true mother of the arts [of science]. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
307:Slowly and imperceptibly old age comes creeping on. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
308:Sweet is the recollection of difficulties overcome. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
309:The multitude of fools is a protection to the wise. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
310:The soul in sleep gives proof of its divine nature. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
311:We are all servants of the laws in order to be free ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
312:We forget our pleasures, we remember our sufferings ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
313:Cannot people realize how large an income is thrift? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
314:Certain signs are the forerunners of certain events. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
315:Even if you have nothing to write, write and say so. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
316:Everything is alive... Everything is interconnected. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
317:He who has a garden and a library wants for nothing. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
318:I do not wish to die: but I care not if I were dead. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
319:I have sworn with my tongue, but my mind is unsworn. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
320:It is our duty, my young friends, to resist old age. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
321:Law applied to its extreme is the greatest injustice ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
322:Let the force of arms give place to law and justice. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
323:Memory is the receptacle and sheath of all knowledge ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
324:Morals today are corrupted by our worship of riches. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
325:Not cohabitation but consensus constitutes marriage. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
326:Piety and holiness of life will propitiate the gods. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
327:There are more men ennobled by study than by nature. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
328:To be ignorant of the past is to be forever a child. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
329:We forget our pleasures, we remember our sufferings. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
330:We must not say that every mistake is a foolish one. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
331:You may never be less alone than when you are alone. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
332:A liar is not believed even though he tell the truth. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
333:Courage is virtue which champions the cause of right. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
334:Dissimulation creeps gradually into the minds of men. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
335:Ein Zimmer ohne Bücher ist wie ein Körper ohne Seele. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
336:Enmity is anger watching the opportunity for revenge. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
337:Grief is not in the nature of things, but in opinion. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
338:If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.
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339:In everything truth surpasses the imitation and copy. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
340:I prefer tongue-tied knowledge to ignorant loquacity. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
341:Never go to excess, but let moderation be your guide. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
342:Next to God we are nothing. To God we are Everything. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
343:Quo usque tandem abutere, Catalina, patientia nostra? ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
344:Secret enmities are more to be feared than open ones. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
345:The strictest law often causes the most serious wrong ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
346:We don't believe a liar even when he tells the truth. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
347:What is dishonorably got, is dishonorably squandered. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
348:Esse quam videri - "To be, rather than to seem (to be) ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
349:I don’t think we ever had one real conversation our whole lives. ~ Noah Cicero
350:I would rather be an authority on myself than on Cicero. ~ Michel de Montaigne
351:Let a man practice the profession which he best knows. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
352:Nothing is so secure as that money will not defeat it. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
353:Summer lasts not for ever; seasons succeed each other. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
354:The existence of virtue depends entirely upon its use. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
355:The man who has a garden and a library has everything. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
356:There is no mortal whom pain and disease do not reach. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
357:The shifts of fortune test the reliability of friends. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
358:The world has not yet learned the riches of frugality. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
359:Trust no one unless you have eaten much salt with him. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
360:We do not destroy religion by destroying superstition. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
361:What then is freedom? The power to live as one wishes. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
362:A good man will not lie, although it be for his profit. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
363:There are gems of thought that are ageless and eternal. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
364:There is pleasure in calm remembrance of a past sorrow. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
365:Too much liberty leads both men and nations to slavery. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
366:We should be as careful of our words as of our actions. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
367:Any man is liable to err, only a fool persists in error. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
368:Cicero was nothing if not a genius at character assassination. ~ Anthony Everitt
369:Little by little old age renders the body less powerful. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
370:No wise man has called a change of opinion in constancy. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
371:Rashness is the companion of youth, prudence of old age. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
372:Rightly defined philosophy is simply the love of wisdom. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
373:The comfort derived from the misery of others is slight. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
374:The life of the dead is set in the memory of the living. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
375:There is no fortune so strong that money cannot take it. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
376:There is no grief which time does not lessen and soften. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
377:Why do anything if the apex of human development is Fran Drescher? ~ Noah Cicero
378:From all sides there is equally a way to the lower world. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
379:I prefer the most unfair peace to the most righteous war. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
380:La pobreza no curte el alma ni la favorece. La esclaviza. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
381:Let flattery, the handmaid of the vices, be far removed . ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
382:Let us respect men, and not only men of worth, but the public in general ~ Cicero
383:Longing not so much to change things as to overturn them. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
384:Nam eloquentiam quae admirationem non habet nullam iudico ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
385:People do not understand what a great revenue economy is. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
386:Prudence in action avails more than wisdom in conception. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
387:The higher we are placed, the more humbly we should walk. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
388:To add a library to a house is to give that house a soul. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
389:Yield, ye arms, to the toga; to civic praise, ye laurels. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
390:Дом, в който няма книга, прилича на тяло, лишено от душа. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
391:Предпочитам сдържаната разумност, пред бъбривата глупост. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
392:A man's own manner and character is what most becomes him. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
393:He he he... Crazy? Cicero? He he he he! That's... madness. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
394:If I had more time, I would have written a shorter letter. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
395:If wisdom be attainable, let us not only win but enjoy it. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
396:In the master there is a servant, in the servant a master. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
397:I shall always consider the best guesser the best prophet. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
398:NEOTAP replaces God and parents. We have surveillance to replace God ~ Noah Cicero
399:No wise man ever thought that a traitor should be trusted. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
400:The gods attend to great matters, they neglect small ones. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
401:There is no place more delightful than one's own fireside. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
402:The thirst of desire is never filled, nor fully satisfied. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
403:Those who do not know history will forever remain children ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
404:Though laughter is allowable, a horse-laugh is abominable. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
405:To remain ignorant of history is to remain forever a child ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
406:You’re really friendly. This isn’t really a job for friendly people. ~ Noah Cicero
407:Art is born of the observation and investigation of nature. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
408:Cultivation of the mind is as necessary as food to the body ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
409:For it is commonly said: accomplished labours are pleasant. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
410:I depart from life as from an inn, and not as from my home. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
411:Let every man practise the trade which he best understands. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
412:The absolute good is not a matter of opinion but of nature. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
413:The higher our position the more modestly we should behave. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
414:The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
415:The roots of knowledge are bitter, but its fruit are sweet. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
416:You are only allowed to ask questions if I give you questions to ask. ~ Noah Cicero
417:A tear dries quickly when it is shed for troubles of others. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
418:Cultivation to the mind is as necessary as food to the body. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
419:How much in love with himself, and that too without a rival! ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
420:It is difficult to remember all, and ungracious to omit any. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
421:Love is the attempt to form a friendship inspired by beauty. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
422:Nothing is more noble, nothing more venerable than fidelity. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
423:Politeness and an affable address are our best introduction. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
424:Prudence must not be expected from a man who is never sober. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
425:The eyes like sentinel occupy the highest place in the body. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
426:The hope of impunity is the greatest inducement to do wrong. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
427:The office of liberality consisteth in giving with judgment. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
428:When you have no basis for an argument, abuse the plaintiff. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
429:Fire and water are not of more universal use than friendship. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
430:History is the witness that testifies to the passing of time. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
431:I hope that the memory of our friendship will be everlasting. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
432:In everything satiety closely follows the greatest pleasures. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
433:Like, according to the old proverb, naturally goes with like. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
434:Never can custom conquer nature, for she is ever unconquered. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
435:Nothing is too absurd to be said by some of the philosophers. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
436:Opinionum enim commenta delet dies; naturæ judicia confirmat. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
437:Porque los que luchan contra el mal son los soldados de D•os. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
438:The aim of forensic oratory is to teach, to delight, to move. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
439:The dutifulness of children is the foundation of all virtues. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
440:The eyes like sentinel occupy the highest place in the body. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
441:The eyes, like sentinels, hold the highest place in the body. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
442:Time destroys the speculation of men, but it confirms nature. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
443:Мирът е толкова благотворен, че самата тая дума ласкае слуха. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
444:He only employs his passion who can make no use of his reason. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
445:No one sees what is before his feet: we all gaze at the stars. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
446:That which is not forbidden, is not on that account permitted. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
447:The name of peace is sweet, the thing itself is most salutary. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
448:The only excuse for war is that we may live in peace unharmed. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
449:Yo no he abandonado Roma, es Roma la que me ha abandonado a mí ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
450:Your enemies can kill you, but only your friends can hurt you. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
451:History is indeed the witness of the times, the light of truth. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
452:However one defines man, the same definition applies to us all. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
453:If the truth were self-evident, eloquence would be unnecessary. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
454:Loquor enim de docto homine et erudito, cui vivere est cogitare ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
455:Memory is the treasury and guardian of all things.”
Cicero ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
456:room without books is like a body without a soul. —MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO ~ Ellery Adams
457:Silent enim leges inter arma (Laws are silent in times of war). ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
458:The whole life of a philosopher is the meditation of his death. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
459:I am not ashamed to confess I am ignorant of what I do not know. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
460:Ignorance of future ills is a more useful thing than knowledge. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero,
461:In the usual course of study I had come to a book of a certain Cicero. ~ Saint Augustine
462:Nature herself has imprinted on the minds of all the idea of God ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
463:Peace is so beneficial that the word itself is pleasant to hear. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
464:Robbing life of friendship is like robbing the world of the sun. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
465:Sound conviction should influence us rather than public opinion. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
466:The function of wisdom is to discriminate between good and evil. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
467:The greatest pleasures are only narrowly separated from disgust. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
468:There is no duty more obligatory than the repayment of kindness. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
469:they follow nature as the most perfect guide to a good life. Now ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
470:This wine is forty years old. It certainly doesn't show its age. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
471:To study philosophy is nothing but to prepare one’s self to die. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
472:You do not see God, and yet you acknowledge him as God by his works; Cicero. ~ Anonymous
473:Denn wirklich tugendhaft wollen nicht so Viele sein als scheinen. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
474:If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
475:It is a true saying that 'one falsehood easily leads to another.' ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
476:It is not enough to acquire wisdom, it is necessary to employ it. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
477:Let us remember that justice must be observed even to the lowest. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
478:No one was ever great without some portion of divine inspiration. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
479:Not to know what happened before means to remain forever a child. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
480:The master sometimes serves, and the servant sometimes is master. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
481:There is no statement so absurd that no philosopher will make it. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
482:There is nothing so ridiculous but some philosopher has said it. ~ Cicero De Divinatione.
483:Things perfected by nature are better than those finished by art. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
484:What we call pleasure, and rightly so is the absence of all pain. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
485:You will be as much value to others as you have been to yourself. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
486:Any man can make a mistake; only a fool keeps making the same one. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
487:Any man can make mistakes, but only an idiot persists in his error ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
488:Men think they may justly do that for which they have a precedent. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
489:Non nobis solum nati sumus. (Not for ourselves alone are we born.) ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
490:No one dances while he is sober. Unless he happens to be a lunatic. -Cicero ~ Stacy Schiff
491:Nothing is so strongly fortified that it cannot be taken by money. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
492:Nothing is so unbelievable that oratory cannot make it acceptable. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
493:Not to be covetous, is money; not to be a purchaser, is a revenue. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
494:The last day does not bring extinction to us, but change of place. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
495:There is no one so old as to not think they may live a day longer. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
496:To stumble twice against the same stone, is a proverbial disgrace. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
497:Wisdom is the only thing which can banish sorrow from the breast . ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
498:Any man can make mistakes, but only an idiot persists in his error. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
499:Avoid any specific discussion of public policy at public meetings. ~ Quintus Tullius Cicero
500:Care must be taken that the punishment does not exceed the offence. ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero

IN CHAPTERS



   22 Christianity
   10 Philosophy
   4 Occultism
   3 Poetry
   3 Fiction
   2 Psychology
   2 Integral Yoga
   1 Mysticism
   1 Alchemy


   15 Saint Augustine of Hippo
   7 Plotinus
   2 Plato
   2 Jorge Luis Borges
   2 H P Lovecraft
   2 Carl Jung


   13 City of God
   4 Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 01
   2 The Confessions of Saint Augustine
   2 Lovecraft - Poems


1.09 - SKIRMISHES IN A WAY WITH THE AGE, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  not inherited is imperfect, it is simply a beginning. In Athens at
  the time of Cicero--who expresses his surprise at the fact--the men
  and youths were by far superior in beauty to the women: but what hard

1.51 - Homeopathic Magic of a Flesh Diet, #The Golden Bough, #unset, #Philosophy
  bread or drinking wine he consumes the body or blood of a deity.
  "When we call corn Ceres and wine Bacchus," says Cicero, "we use a
  common figure of speech; but do you imagine that anybody is so

1f.lovecraft - Ibid, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Philosophy
   of Theodoric in 526, Ibidus retired from public life to compose his
   celebrated work (whose pure Ciceronian style is as remarkable a case of
   classic atavism as is the verse of Claudius Claudianus, who flourished

1f.lovecraft - Under the Pyramids, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Philosophy
   along the Mouski in quest of the native quarter, and were soon in the
   hands of a clamorous Cicerone whonotwithstanding later
   developmentswas assuredly a master at his trade. Not until afterward

1.pbs - Queen Mab - Part II., #Shelley - Poems, #Percy Bysshe Shelley, #Fiction
     Then, shuddering, meets his own.
    Where Cicero and Antoninus lived,
    A cowled and hypocritical monk

1.wby - Mad As The Mist And Snow, #Yeats - Poems, #William Butler Yeats, #Poetry
  I shudder and I sigh to think
  That even Cicero
  And many-minded Homer were

1.whitman - My Picture-Gallery, #Whitman - Poems, #unset, #Philosophy
  Here the tableaus of life, and here the groupings of death;
  Here, do you know this? this is Cicerone himself,
  With finger rais'd he points to the prodigal pictures.

2.01 - On Books, #Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo, #unset, #Philosophy
  
   The Roman could fight and legislate, he could keep the states together, but he made the Greek think for him. Of course, the Greek also could fight but not always so well. The Roman thinkers, Cicero, Seneca, Horace, all owe their philosophy to the Greeks.
  

3.02 - The Great Secret, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    In my lyrics I sought to uncover the yearnings of the heart, in man or in nature, what things cry for, what their tears are for. On a larger canvas, through legends and parables, I portrayed the various facets of life's moods and urges, its rare wisdoms and common foolishnesses, gave a pulsating accent and a meaningful concreteness to episodes that constitute history, the history of man's and nature's consciousness. The tragedies and comedies of life I cast in the dramatic form too, and it is not for me to say how pleased you were to see the ancient form serving magnificently the needs and demands of the modern temperament. I moulded in unforgettable individualities figures and characters of living forces. A wider and still more explicit instrument is the novel which is perhaps more agreeable to the scientific and enquiring spirit of the age. For it is both illustrative and explanatory. I have given you the life history of individuals and social aggregates and I have attempted to give you too something of the life history of humanity taken as a whole, the massive aggregate in its circling, coiling, mounting movements. But I knew and I felt that it is not mere extension, largeness - the wide commonalty - that is enough for the human spirit. It needs uplift. It needs the grand style. So I gave you my epic. It was indeed a whole life's labour. Well, many of you do not and did not understand, more were overawed, but all felt its magic vibration. Yes, it was my desperate attempt to tear open the veil.
    I have varied the theme and I have varied the manner. Like a consummate scientist I juggled with my words, I knew how to change their constitution and transmute them as it were, make them carry a new sense, a new tone, a new value. I could comm and something of the Ciceronian swell, something of the Miltonic amplitude, something of the Racinian suavity; I was not incapable of the simplicity of Wordsworth at his best, nor was even the Shakespearean magic quite unknown to me. The sublimity of Valmiki and the nobility of Vyasa were not peaks too high for me to compass.
    And yet I have not achieved. I am not satisfied. I am unhappy. For, after all, these are dreams that I have created, "dreams have I sown in the air". I feel I have not touched the true truth of things nor their soul beauty. I have scratched the mere surface, I have caressed the outer robe that Nature puts on herself; but her very body, her own self has escaped me. I have woven a gossamer around creation's limbs, however seemingly true, however apparently delightful. The means, the instrument itself which I once thought in its nature to be faultless and perfect in its capacity to penetrate and reveal and express and embody, I found in the end failing me. A great silence, a sheer dumbness, I thought at last to be nearer the heart of things.

3.05 - SAL, #Mysterium Coniunctionis, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
   Venus, who certainly has less to do with understanding and wisdom than has salt. Salt, says Glauber, was the first fiat at the creation.637 Christ is the salt of wisdom which is given at baptism.638 These ideas are elaborated by Georg von Welling: Christ is the salt, the fiat is the Word that is begotten from eternity for our preservation. Christ is the sweet, fixed salt of silent, gentle eternity. The body, when salted by Christ, becomes tinctured and therefore incorruptible.639
  [324] The Christ parallel runs through the late alchemical speculations that set in after Boehme, and it was made possible by the sal: sapientia equation. Already in antiquity salt denoted wit, good sense, good taste, etc., as well as spirit. Cicero, for instance, remarks: In wit [sale] and humour Caesar . . . surpassed them all.640 But it was the Vulgate that had the most decisive influence on the formation of alchemical concepts. In the Old Testament, even the salt of the covenant641 has a moral meaning. In the New Testament, the famous words Ye are the salt of the earth (Matthew 5 : 13) show that the disciples were regarded as personifications of higher insight and divine wisdom, just as, in their role of
  

33.01 - The Initiation of Swadeshi, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
  
   The events of another day come to mind. Perhaps it was on the occasion of the first declaration of Boycott, on the 7th of August, 1905. The Town Hall of Calcutta was the venue of the meeting. What a huge crowd had gathered there and what an oceanic movement! I had been taken there by Atul Gupta, the friend, philosopher and guide of my student days; I had been his disciple in every respect, in my studies as in patriotic work. He made me sit by his side and gave me the necessary instructions. The entire audience at one time stood up in a body and shouted their unanimous approval of a resolution: "All, all," they cried. I too had to do the same. You will perhaps call it drama, but after all, the critical moments of life are nothing but drama. There was no hypocrisy about the thing, it was just a manner of expression. One thing deserves to be mentioned here: the voices I heard of the many orators of that epoch. The glory of those voices is now lost, thanks to the kindness of the mike. Surendranath Banerjee, Ambikacharan Majumdar, Sachindranath Bose and of course Bepinchandra Pal - what high-pitched voices they had and how graceful in movement! How was it possible to combine in a single voice such power and strength with so much sweetness! I had read about the orations of Demos thenes and Cicero, heard the eulogies of France's Mirabeau and Danton, of Burke and Gladstone of England. But it was truly an experience to have heard with one's own ears a human voice of their calibre. One cannot do without a mike today if one is to address an audience of a thousand. In those days ten thousand people could easily listen to those superhuman voices. But why need we go so far? You have all listened to the voice of our Sahana, a voice that held the heart of Rabindranath enthralled. Let me here tell you an amusing story in this connection, though it belongs to a much later date. There was a musical soireat the residence of one of Dilip's relatives; it was at his uncle's I believe. I too was among the invitees and there was a fairly big crowd. The performers of the evening were to be a virtuoso, one of the well-known ones though I forget the name, and our Sahana. A question arose: who would sing first, Sahana or the virtuoso? It was agreed to have Sahana first and the virtuoso to follow; after all, a master must have the last word! Sahana finished her songs and now it was the master's turn. But he dropped a bombshell! He said, "One cannot sing anything after that, it would fall flat!" He did sing, though, after a while. Those were the days indeed.
  

6.0 - Conscious, Unconscious, and Individuation, #The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  
  107 A reference to Cicero, De natura deorum (trans, by Rackham, p. 31):
  "Parmenides . . . invents a purely fanciful something resembling a crown
  --
  sky, which he entitles god; but no one can imagine this to possess divine form,
  or sensation." This ironic remark of Cicero's shows that he was the child of
  another age, already very far from the primordial images.

Aeneid, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Cari'nae the fashionable quarter in Rome from the last years of
  the Republic on. Cicero, Pompey, and Mark Antony were among
  its residents, vin, 473.
  --
  years of the republic, attempted to seize power by a coup d'etat.
  His conspiracy was thwarted by Cicero. Declared an outlaw, he
  fled Rome and fell in battle with government troops in 62 B.C.

APPENDIX I - Curriculum of A. A., #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
      The Oracles of Zoroaster. ::: An invaluable collection of precepts mystical and magical.
      The Dream of Scipio, by Cicero. ::: Excellent for its Vision and its Philosophy.
      The Golden Verses of Pythagoras by Fabre d'Olivet. ::: An interesting study of the exoteric doctrines of this Master.

BOOK II. - A review of the calamities suffered by the Romans before the time of Christ, showing that their gods had plunged them into corruption and vice, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  The opinion of the ancient Romans on this matter is attested by Cicero in his work De Republica, in which Scipio, one of the interlocutors, says, "The lewdness of comedy could never have been suffered by audiences, unless the customs of society had previously sanctioned the same lewdness." And[Pg 58] in the earlier days the Greeks preserved a certain reasonableness in their licence, and made it a law, that whatever comedy wished to say of any one, it must say it of him by name. And so in the same work of Cicero's, Scipio says, "Whom has it not aspersed? Nay, whom has it not worried? Whom has it spared? Allow that it may assail demagogues and factions, men injurious to the commonwealtha Cleon, a Cleophon, a Hyperbolus. That is tolerable, though it had been more seemly for the public censor to brand such men, than for a poet to lampoon them; but to blacken the fame of Pericles with scurrilous verse, after he had with the utmost dignity presided over their state alike in war and in peace, was as unworthy of a poet, as if our own Plautus or Nvius were to bring Publius and Cneius Scipio on the comic stage, or as if Ccilius were to caricature Cato." And then a little after he goes on: "Though our Twelve Tables attached the penalty of death only to a very few offences, yet among these few this was one: if any man should have sung a pasquinade, or have composed a satire calculated to bring infamy or disgrace on another person. Wisely decreed. For it is by the decisions of magistrates, and by a well-informed justice, that our lives ought to be judged, and not by the flighty fancies of poets; neither ought we to be exposed to hear calumnies, save where we have the liberty of replying, and defending ourselves before an adequate tribunal." This much I have judged it advisable to quote from the fourth book of Cicero's De Republica; and I have made the quotation word for word, with the exception of some words omitted, and some slightly transposed, for the sake of giving the sense more readily. And certainly the extract is pertinent to the matter I am endeavouring to explain. Cicero makes some further remarks, and concludes the passage by showing that the ancient Romans did not permit any living man to be either praised or blamed on the stage. But the Greeks, as I said, though not so moral, were more logical in allowing this licence which the Romans forbade: for they saw that their gods approved and enjoyed the scurrilous language of low comedy when directed not only against men, but even against themselves; and this, whether the infamous actions imputed to them were the fictions of[Pg 59] poets, or were their actual iniquities commemorated and acted in the theatres. And would that the spectators had judged them worthy only of laughter, and not of imitation! Manifestly it had been a stretch of pride to spare the good name of the leading men and the common citizens, when the very deities did not grudge that their own reputation should be blemished.
  
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  But Scipio, were he alive, would possibly reply: "How could we attach a penalty to that which the gods themselves have consecrated? For the theatrical entertainments in which such things are said, and acted, and performed, were introduced into Roman society by the gods, who ordered that they should be dedicated and exhibited in their honour." But was not this, then, the plainest proof that they were no true gods, nor in any respect worthy of receiving divine honours from the republic? Suppose they had required that in their honour the citizens of Rome should be held up to ridicule, every Roman would have resented the hateful proposal. How then, I would ask, can they be esteemed worthy of worship, when they propose that their own crimes be used as material for celebrating their praises? Does not this artifice expose them, and prove that they are detestable devils? Thus the Romans, though they were superstitious enough to serve as gods those who made no secret of their desire to be worshipped in licentious plays, yet had sufficient regard to their hereditary dignity and virtue, to prompt them to refuse to players any such rewards as the Greeks accorded them. On this point we have this testimony of Scipio, recorded in Cicero: "They [the Romans] considered comedy and all theatrical performances as disgraceful, and therefore not only debarred players from offices and honours open to ordinary citizens, but also decreed that their names should be branded by the censor, and erased from the roll of their tribe." An excellent decree, and another testimony to the sagacity of Rome; but I could wish their prudence had been more thoroughgoing and consistent. For when I hear that if any Roman citizen chose the stage as his profession, he not only closed to himself every laudable career, but even became an outcast from his own tribe, I cannot but exclaim: This is the true Roman spirit, this is worthy of a state jealous of its reputation. But then some one interrupts my rapture, by inquiring with what consistency players are[Pg 63] debarred from all honours, while plays are counted among the honours due to the gods? For a long while the virtue of Rome was uncontaminated by theatrical exhibitions;[99] and if they had been adopted for the sake of gratifying the taste of the citizens, they would have been introduced hand in hand with the relaxation of manners. But the fact is, that it was the gods who demanded that they should be exhibited to gratify them. With what justice, then, is the player excommunicated by whom God is worshipped? On what pretext can you at once adore him who exacts, and brand him who acts these plays? This, then, is the controversy in which the Greeks and Romans are engaged. The Greeks think they justly honour players, because they worship the gods who demand plays: the Romans, on the other hand, do not suffer an actor to disgrace by his name his own plebeian tribe, far less the senatorial order. And the whole of this discussion may be summed up in the following syllogism. The Greeks give us the major premiss: If such gods are to be worshipped, then certainly such men may be honoured. The Romans add the minor: But such men must by no means be honoured. The Christians draw the conclusion: Therefore such gods must by no means be worshipped.
  
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  This philosopher, Plato, has been elevated by Labeo to the rank of a demigod, and set thus upon a level with such as Hercules and Romulus. Labeo ranks demigods higher than heroes, but both he counts among the deities. But I have no doubt that he thinks this man whom he reckons a demigod worthy of greater respect not only than the heroes, but also than the gods themselves. The laws of the Romans and the speculations of Plato have this resemblance, that the latter pronounces a wholesale condemnation of poetical fictions, while the former restrain the licence of satire, at least so far as men are the objects of it. Plato will not suffer poets even to dwell in his city: the laws of Rome prohibit actors from being enrolled as citizens; and if they had not feared to offend the gods who had asked the services of the players, they would in all likelihood have banished them altoge ther. It is obvious, therefore, that the Romans could not receive, nor reasonably expect to receive, laws for the regulation of their conduct from their gods, since the laws they themselves enacted far surpassed and put to shame the morality of the gods. The gods demand stage-plays in their own honour; the Romans exclude the players from all civic honours:[101] the former commanded that they should be celebrated by the scenic representation[Pg 65] of their own disgrace; the latter commanded that no poet should dare to blemish the reputation of any citizen. But that demigod Plato resisted the lust of such gods as these, and showed the Romans what their genius had left incomplete; for he absolutely excluded poets from his ideal state, whether they composed fictions with no regard to truth, or set the worst possible examples before wretched men under the guise of divine actions. We for our part, indeed, reckon Plato neither a god nor a demigod; we would not even compare him to any of God's holy angels, nor to the truth-speaking prophets, nor to any of the apostles or martyrs of Christ, nay, not to any faithful Christian man. The reason of this opinion of ours we will, God prospering us, render in its own place. Nevertheless, since they wish him to be considered a demigod, we think he certainly is more entitled to that rank, and is every way superior, if not to Hercules and Romulus (though no historian could ever narrate nor any poet sing of him that he had killed his brother, or committed any crime), yet certainly to Priapus, or a Cynocephalus,[102] or the Fever,[103]divinities whom the Romans have partly received from foreigners, and partly consecrated by home-grown rites. How, then, could gods such as these be expected to promulgate good and wholesome laws, either for the prevention of moral and social evils, or for their eradication where they had already sprung up?gods who used their influence even to sow and cherish profligacy, by appointing that deeds truly or falsely ascribed to them should be published to the people by means of theatrical exhibitions, and by thus gratuitously fanning the flame of human lust with the breath of a seemingly divine approbation. In vain does Cicero, speaking of poets, exclaim against this state of things in these words: "When the plaudits and acclamation of the people, who sit as infallible judges, are won by the poets, what darkness benights the mind, what fears invade, what passions inflame it!"[104]
  
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  21. Cicero's opinion of the Roman republic.
  
  But if our adversaries do not care how foully and disgracefully the Roman republic be stained by corrupt practices, so long only as it holds together and continues in being, and if they therefore pooh-pooh the testimony of Sallust to its "utterly wicked and profligate" condition, what will they make of Cicero's statement, that even in his time it had become entirely extinct, and that there remained extant no Roman republic at all? He introduces Scipio (the Scipio who had destroyed Carthage) discussing the republic, at a time when already there were presentiments of its speedy ruin by that corruption which Sallust describes. In fact, at the time when the discussion took place, one of the Gracchi, who, according to Sallust, was the first great instigator of seditions, had already been put to death. His death, indeed, is mentioned in the same book. Now Scipio, in the end of the second book, says: "As, among the different sounds which proceed from lyres, flutes, and the human voice, there must be maintained a certain harmony which a cultivated ear cannot endure to hear disturbed or jarring, but which may be elicited in full and absolute concord by the modulation even of voices very unlike one another; so, where reason is allowed to modulate the diverse elements of the state, there is obtained a perfect concord from the upper, lower, and middle classes as from various sounds; and what musicians call harmony in singing, is concord in matters of state, which is the strictest bond and best security of any republic, and which by no ingenuity can be retained where justice has become extinct." Then, when he had expatiated somewhat more fully, and had more copiously illustrated the benefits of its presence and the ruinous effects of its absence upon a state, Pilus, one of the company present at the discussion, struck in and demanded that the question should be more thoroughly sifted, and that[Pg 75] the subject of justice should be freely discussed for the sake of ascertaining what truth there was in the maxim which was then becoming daily more current, that "the republic cannot be governed without injustice." Scipio expressed his willingness to have this maxim discussed and sifted, and gave it as his opinion that it was baseless, and that no progress could be made in discussing the republic unless it was established, not only that this maxim, that "the republic cannot be governed without injustice," was false, but also that the truth is, that it cannot be governed without the most absolute justice. And the discussion of this question, being deferred till the next day, is carried on in the third book with great animation. For Pilus himself undertook to defend the position that the republic cannot be governed without injustice, at the same time being at special pains to clear himself of any real participation in that opinion. He advocated with great keenness the cause of injustice against justice, and endeavoured by plausible reasons and examples to demonstrate that the former is beneficial, the latter useless, to the republic. Then, at the request of the company, Llius attempted to defend justice, and strained every nerve to prove that nothing is so hurtful to a state as injustice; and that without justice a republic can neither be governed, nor even continue to exist.
  
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  When, therefore, the Roman republic was such as Sallust described it, it was not "utterly wicked and profligate," as he says, but had altoge ther ceased to exist, if we are to admit the reasoning of that debate maintained on the subject of the republic by its best representatives. Tully himself, too, speaking not in the person of Scipio or any one else, but uttering his own sentiments, uses the following language in the beginning of the fifth book, after quoting a line from the poet Ennius, in which he said, "Rome's severe morality and her citizens are her safeguard." "This verse," says Cicero, "seems to me to have all the sententious truthfulness of an oracle. For neither would the citizens have availed without the morality of the community, nor would the morality of the commons without outstanding men have availed either to establish or so long to maintain in vigour so grand a republic with so wide and just an empire. Accordingly, before our day, the hereditary usages formed our foremost men, and they on their part retained the usages and institutions of their fathers. But our age, receiving the republic as a chef-d'uvre of another age which has already begun to grow old, has not merely neglected to restore the colours of the original, but has not even been at the pains to preserve so much as the general outline and most outstanding features. For what survives of that primitive morality which the poet called Rome's safeguard? It is so obsolete and forgotten, that, far from practising it, one does not even know it. And of the citizens what shall I say? Morality has perished through poverty of great men; a poverty for which we must not only assign a reason, but for the guilt of which we must answer as criminals charged with a capital crime. For it is through our vices, and not by any mishap, that we retain only the name of a republic, and have long since lost the reality."
  
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  This is the confession of Cicero, long indeed after the death of Africanus, whom he introduced as an interlocutor in his work De Republica, but still before the coming of Christ. Yet, if the disasters he bewails had been lamented after the Christian religion had been diffused, and had begun to prevail, is there a man of our adversaries who would not have thought that they were to be imputed to the Christians? Why, then, did their gods not take steps then to prevent the decay and extinction of that republic, over the loss of which Cicero, long before Christ had come in the flesh, sings so lugubrious a dirge? Its admirers have need to inquire whether, even in the days of primitive men and morals, true justice flourished in it; or was it not perhaps even then, to use the casual expression of Cicero, rather a coloured painting than the living reality? But, if God will, we shall consider this elsewhere. For I mean in its own place to show thataccording to the definitions in which Cicero himself, using Scipio as his mouthpiece, briefly propounded what a republic is, and what a people is, and according to many testimonies, both of his own lips and of those who took part in that same debateRome never was a republic, because true justice had never a place in it. But accepting the more feasible definitions of a republic, I grant there was a republic of a certain kind, and certainly much better administered by the more ancient Romans than by their modern representatives. But the fact is, true justice has no existence save in that republic whose founder and ruler is Christ, if at least any choose to call this a republic; and indeed we cannot deny that it is the people's weal. But if perchance this name, which has become familiar in other connections, be considered alien to our common parlance, we may at all events say that in this city is true justice; the city of which Holy Scripture says, "Glorious things are said of thee, O city of God."
  

BOOK III. - The external calamities of Rome, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  And what was the end of the kings themselves? Of Romulus, a flattering legend tells us that he was assumed into heaven. But certain Roman historians relate that he was torn in pieces by the senate for his ferocity, and that a man, Julius Proculus, was suborned to give out that Romulus had appeared to him, and through him commanded the Roman people to worship him as a god; and that in this way the people, who were beginning to resent the action of the senate, were quieted and pacified. For an eclipse of the sun had also happened; and this was attri buted to the divine power of Romulus by the ignorant multitude, who did not know that it was brought about by the fixed laws of the sun's course: though this grief of the sun might rather have been considered proof that Romulus had been slain, and that the crime was indicated by this deprivation of the sun's light; as, in truth, was the case when the Lord was crucified through the[Pg 109] cruelty and impiety of the Jews. For it is sufficiently demonstrated that this latter obscuration of the sun did not occur by the natural laws of the heavenly bodies, because it was then the Jewish passover, which is held only at full moon, whereas natural eclipses of the sun happen only at the last quarter of the moon. Cicero, too, shows plainly enough that the apotheosis of Romulus was imaginary rather than real, when, even while he is praising him in one of Scipio's remarks in the De Republica, he says: "Such a reputation had he acquired, that when he suddenly disappeared during an eclipse of the sun, he was supposed to have been assumed into the number of the gods, which could be supposed of no mortal who had not the highest reputation for virtue."[142] By these words, "he suddenly disappeared," we are to understand that he was mysteriously made away with by the violence either of the tempest or of a murderous assault. For their other writers speak not only of an eclipse, but of a sudden storm also, which certainly either afforded opportunity for the crime, or itself made an end of Romulus. And of Tullus Hostilius, who was the third king of Rome, and who was himself destroyed by lightning, Cicero in the same book says, that "he was not supposed to have been deified by this death, possibly because the Romans were unwilling to vulgarize the promotion they were assured or persuaded of in the case of Romulus, lest they should bring it into contempt by gratuitously assigning it to all and sundry." In one of his invectives,[143] too, he says, in round terms, "The founder of this city, Romulus, we have raised to immortality and divinity by kindly celebrating his services;" implying that his deification was not real, but reputed, and called so by courtesy on account of his virtues. In the dialogue Hortensius, too, while speaking of the regular eclipses of the sun, he says that they "produce the same darkness as covered the death of Romulus, which happened during an eclipse of the sun." Here you see he does not at all shrink from speaking of his "death," for Cicero was more of a reasoner than an eulogist.
  
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  At that time, indeed, so many wars were everywhere engaged in, that through scarcity of soldiers they enrolled for military service the proletarii, who received this name, because, being too poor to equip for military service, they had leisure to beget offspring.[148] Pyrrhus, king of Greece, and at that time of wide-spread renown, was invited by the Tarentines to enlist himself against Rome. It was to him that Apollo, when consulted regarding the issue of his enterprise, uttered with some pleasantry so ambiguous an oracle, that whichever alternative happened, the god himself should be counted divine. For he so worded the oracle,[149] that whether Pyrrhus was conquered by the Romans, or the Romans by Pyrrhus, the soothsaying god would securely await the issue. And then what frightful massacres of both armies ensued! Yet Pyrrhus remained conqueror, and would have been able now to proclaim Apollo a true diviner, as he understood the oracle, had not the Romans been the conquerors in the next engagement. And while such disastrous wars were being waged, a terrible disease broke out among the women. For the pregnant women died before delivery. And sculapius, I fancy, excused himself in this matter on the ground that he professed to be arch-physician, not midwife. Cattle, too, similarly perished;[Pg 117] so that it was believed that the whole race of animals was destined to become extinct. Then what shall I say of that memorable winter in which the weather was so incredibly severe, that in the Forum frightfully deep snow lay for forty days together, and the Tiber was frozen? Had such things happened in our time, what accusations we should have heard from our enemies! And that other great pestilence, which raged so long and carried off so many; what shall I say of it? Spite of all the drugs of sculapius, it only grew worse in its second year, till at last recourse was had to the Sibylline books,a kind of oracle which, as Cicero says in his De Divinatione, owes significance to its interpreters, who make doubtful conjectures as they can or as they wish. In this instance, the cause of the plague was said to be that so many temples had been used as private residences. And thus sculapius for the present escaped the charge of either ignominious negligence or want of skill. But why were so many allowed to occupy sacred tenements without interference, unless because supplication had long been addressed in vain to such a crowd of gods, and so by degrees the sacred places were deserted of worshippers, and being thus vacant, could without offence be put at least to some human uses? And the temples, which were at that time laboriously recognised and restored that the plague might be stayed, fell afterwards into disuse, and were again devoted to the same human uses. Had they not thus lapsed into obscurity, it could not have been pointed to as proof of Varro's great erudition, that in his work on sacred places he cites so many that were unknown. Meanwhile, the restoration of the temples procured no cure of the plague, but only a fine excuse for the gods.
  
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  But when Marius, stained with the blood of his fellow-citizens, whom the rage of party had sacrificed, was in his turn vanquished and driven from the city, it had scarcely time to brea the freely, when, to use the words of Cicero, "Cinna and Marius together returned and took possession of it. Then, indeed, the foremost men in the state were put to death, its lights quenched. Sylla afterwards avenged this cruel victory;[Pg 129] but we need not say with what loss of life, and with what ruin to the republic."[152] For of this vengeance, which was more destructive than if the crimes which it punished had been committed with impunity, Lucan says: "The cure was excessive, and too closely resembled the disease. The guilty perished, but when none but the guilty survived: and then private hatred and anger, unbridled by law, were allowed free indulgence."[153] In that war between Marius and Sylla, besides those who fell in the field of battle, the city, too, was filled with corpses in its streets, squares, markets, theatres, and temples; so that it is not easy to reckon whether the victors slew more before or after victory, that they might be, or because they were, victors. As soon as Marius triumphed, and returned from exile, besides the butcheries everywhere perpetrated, the head of the consul Octavius was exposed on the rostrum; Csar and Fimbria were assassinated in their own houses; the two Crassi, father and son, were murdered in one another's sight; Bebius and Numitorius were disembowelled by being dragged with hooks; Catulus escaped the hands of his enemies by drinking poison; Merula, the flamen of Jupiter, cut his veins and made a libation of his own blood to his god. Moreover, every one whose salutation Marius did not answer by giving his hand, was at once cut down before his face.
  
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  With what effrontery, then, with what assurance, with what impudence, with what folly, or rather insanity, do they refuse to impute these disasters to their own gods, and impute the present to our Christ! These bloody civil wars, more distressing, by the avowal of their own historians, than any foreign wars, and which were pronounced to be not merely calamitous, but absolutely ruinous to the republic, began long before the coming of Christ, and gave birth to one another; so that a concatenation of unjustifiable causes led from the wars of Marius and Sylla to those of Sertorius and Catiline, of whom the one was proscribed, the other brought up by Sylla; from this to the war of Lepidus and Catulus, of whom the one wished to rescind, the other to defend the acts of Sylla; from this to the war of[Pg 132] Pompey and Csar, of whom Pompey had been a partisan of Sylla, whose power he equalled or even surpassed, while Csar condemned Pompey's power because it was not his own, and yet exceeded it when Pompey was defeated and slain. From him the chain of civil wars extended to the second Csar, afterwards called Augustus, and in whose reign Christ was born. For even Augustus himself waged many civil wars; and in these wars many of the foremost men perished, among them that skilful manipulator of the republic, Cicero. Caius [Julius] Csar, when he had conquered Pompey, though he used his victory with clemency, and granted to men of the opposite faction both life and honours, was suspected of aiming at royalty, and was assassinated in the curia by a party of noble senators, who had conspired to defend the liberty of the republic. His power was then coveted by Antony, a man of very different character, polluted and debased by every kind of vice, who was strenuously resisted by Cicero on the same plea of defending the liberty of the republic. At this juncture that other Csar, the adopted son of Caius, and afterwards, as I said, known by the name of Augustus, had made his d but as a young man of remarkable genius. This youthful Csar was favoured by Cicero, in order that his influence might counteract that of Antony; for he hoped that Csar would overthrow and blast the power of Antony, and establish a free state,so blind and unaware of the future was he: for that very young man, whose advancement and influence he was fostering, allowed Cicero to be killed as the seal of an alliance with Antony, and subjected to his own rule the very liberty of the republic in defence of which he had made so many orations.
  
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  Let those who have no gratitude to Christ for His great benefits, blame their own gods for these heavy disasters. For certainly when these occurred the altars of the gods were kept blazing, and there rose the mingled fragrance of "Saban incense and fresh garlands;"[154] the priests were clothed with honour, the shrines were maintained in splendour; sacrifices,[Pg 133] games, sacred ecstasies, were common in the temples; while the blood of the citizens was being so freely shed, not only in remote places, but among the very altars of the gods. Cicero did not choose to seek sanctuary in a temple, because Mucius had sought it there in vain. But they who most unpardonably calumniate this Christian era, are the very men who either themselves fled for asylum to the places specially dedicated to Christ, or were led there by the barbarians that they might be safe. In short, not to recapitulate the many instances I have cited, and not to add to their number others which it were tedious to enumerate, this one thing I am persuaded of, and this every impartial judgment will readily acknowledge, that if the human race had received Christianity before the Punic wars, and if the same desolating calamities which these wars brought upon Europe and Africa had followed the introduction of Christianity, there is no one of those who now accuse us who would not have attri buted them to our religion. How intolerable would their accusations have been, at least so far as the Romans are concerned, if the Christian religion had been received and diffused prior to the invasion of the Gauls, or to the ruinous floods and fires which desolated Rome, or to those most calamitous of all events, the civil wars! And those other disasters, which were of so strange a nature that they were reckoned prodigies, had they happened since the Christian era, to whom but to the Christians would they have imputed these as crimes? I do not speak of those things which were rather surprising than hurtful,oxen speaking, unborn infants articulating some words in their mothers' wombs, serpents flying, hens and women being changed into the other sex; and other similar prodigies which, whether true or false, are recorded not in their imaginative, but in their historical works, and which do not injure, but only astonish men. But when it rained earth, when it rained chalk, when it rained stonesnot hailstones, but real stonesthis certainly was calculated to do serious damage. We have read in their books that the fires of Etna, pouring down from the top of the mountain to the neighbouring shore, caused the sea to boil, so that rocks were burnt up, and the pitch of ships began to run,a phenomenon incredibly surprising, but at the same time no[Pg 134] less hurtful. By the same violent heat, they relate that on another occasion Sicily was filled with cinders, so that the houses of the city Catina were destroyed and buried under them,a calamity which moved the Romans to pity them, and remit their tri bute for that year. One may also read that Africa, which had by that time become a province of Rome, was visited by a prodigious multitude of locusts, which, after consuming the fruit and foliage of the trees, were driven into the sea in one vast and measureless cloud; so that when they were drowned and cast upon the shore the air was polluted, and so serious a pestilence produced that in the kingdom of Masinissa alone they say there perished 800,000 persons, besides a much greater number in the neighbouring districts. At Utica they assure us that, of 30,000 soldiers then garrisoning it, there survived only ten. Yet which of these disasters, suppose they happened now, would not be attri buted to the Christian religion by those who thus thoughtlessly accuse us, and whom we are compelled to answer? And yet to their own gods they attri bute none of these things, though they worship them for the sake of escaping lesser calamities of the same kind, and do not reflect that they who formerly worshipped them were not preserved from these serious disasters.
  

BOOK II. -- PART II. THE ARCHAIC SYMBOLISM OF THE WORLD-RELIGIONS, #The Secret Doctrine, #H P Blavatsky, #Theosophy
  Neither is converted by the other, nor does such result affect even our little planet. E pur se muove!
  Nor is there any need of proselytizing. As remarked by the wise Cicero, "Time destroys the
  speculations of man, but it confirms the judgment of nature." Let us bide our time. Meanwhile, it is

BOOK IV. - That empire was given to Rome not by the gods, but by the One True God, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  "But," says Cicero, "Homer invented these things, and transferred things human to the gods: I would rather transfer things divine to us."[172] The poet, by ascribing such crimes to the gods, has justly displeased the grave man. Why, then, are the scenic plays, where these crimes are habitually spoken of, acted, exhibited, in honour of the gods, reckoned among things divine by the most learned men? Cicero should exclaim, not against the inventions of the poets, but against the customs of the ancients. Would not they have exclaimed in reply, What have we done? The gods themselves have loudly demanded that these plays should be exhibited in their honour, have fiercely exacted them, have menaced destruction unless this was performed, have avenged its neglect with great severity, and have manifested pleasure at the reparation of such neglect. Among their virtuous and wonderful deeds the following is related. It was announced in a dream to Titus Latinius, a Roman rustic, that he should go to the senate and tell them to recommence the games of Rome, because on the first day of their celebration a condemned criminal had been led to punishment in sight of the people, an incident so sad as to disturb the gods who were seeking amusement from the games. And when the peasant who had received this intimation was afraid on the following day to deliver it to the senate, it was renewed next night in a severer form: he lost his son, because of his neglect. On the third night he was warned that a yet graver punishment was impending, if he should still refuse obedience. When even thus he did not dare to obey, he fell into a virulent and horrible disease. But then, on the advice of his friends, he gave information to the magistrates, and was carried in a litter into the senate, and having, on declaring his dream, immediately recovered strength, went away on his own feet whole.[173] The senate, amazed at so great a miracle, decreed that the[Pg 166] games should be renewed at fourfold cost. What sensible man does not see that men, being put upon by malignant demons, from whose domination nothing save the grace of God through Jesus Christ our Lord sets free, have been compelled by force to exhibit to such gods as these, plays which, if well advised, they should condemn as shameful? Certain it is that in these plays the poetic crimes of the gods are celebrated, yet they are plays which were re-established by decree of the senate, under compulsion of the gods. In these plays the most shameless actors celebrated Jupiter as the corrupter of chastity, and thus gave him pleasure. If that was a fiction, he would have been moved to anger; but if he was delighted with the representation of his crimes, even although fabulous, then, when he happened to be worshipped, who but the devil could be served? Is it so that he could found, extend, and preserve the Roman empire, who was more vile than any Roman man whatever, to whom such things were displeasing? Could he give felicity who was so infelicitously worshipped, and who, unless he should be thus worshipped, was yet more infelicitously provoked to anger?
  

BOOK IX. - Of those who allege a distinction among demons, some being good and others evil, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  Among the philosophers there are two opinions about these mental emotions, which the Greeks call , while some of our own writers, as Cicero, call them perturbations,[331] some[Pg 356] affections, and some, to render the Greek word more accurately, passions. Some say that even the wise man is subject to these perturbations, though moderated and controlled by reason, which imposes laws upon them, and so restrains them within necessary bounds. This is the opinion of the Platonists and Aristotelians; for Aristotle was Plato's disciple, and the founder of the Peripatetic school. But others, as the Stoics, are of opinion that the wise man is not subject to these perturbations. But Cicero, in his book De Finibus, shows that the Stoics are here at variance with the Platonists and Peripatetics rather in words than in reality; for the Stoics decline to apply the term "goods" to external and bodily advantages,[332] because they reckon that the only good is virtue, the art of living well, and this exists only in the mind. The other philosophers, again, use the simple and customary phraseology, and do not scruple to call these things goods, though in comparison of virtue, which guides our life, they are little and of small esteem. And thus it is obvious that, whether these outward things are called goods or advantages, they are held in the same estimation by both parties, and that in this matter the Stoics are pleasing themselves merely with a novel phraseology. It seems, then, to me that in this question, whether the wise man is subject to mental passions, or wholly free from them, the controversy is one of words rather than of things; for I think that, if the reality and not the mere sound of the words is considered, the Stoics hold precisely the same opinion as the Platonists and Peripatetics. For, omitting for brevity's sake other proofs which I might adduce in support of this opinion, I will state but one which I consider conclusive. Aulus Gellius, a man of extensive erudition, and gifted with an eloquent and graceful style, relates, in his work entitled Noctes Attic,[333] that he once made a voyage with an eminent Stoic philosopher; and he goes on to relate fully and with gusto what I shall barely state, that when the ship was tossed and in danger from a violent storm, the philosopher[Pg 357] grew pale with terror. This was noticed by those on board, who, though themselves threatened with death, were curious to see whether a philosopher would be agitated like other men. When the tempest had passed over, and as soon as their security gave them freedom to resume their talk, one of the passengers, a rich and luxurious Asiatic, begins to banter the philosopher, and rally him because he had even become pale with fear, while he himself had been unmoved by the impending destruction. But the philosopher availed himself of the reply of Aristippus the Socratic, who, on finding himself similarly bantered by a man of the same character, answered, "You had no cause for anxiety for the soul of a profligate debauchee, but I had reason to be alarmed for the soul of Aristippus." The rich man being thus disposed of, Aulus Gellius asked the philosopher, in the interests of science and not to annoy him, what was the reason of his fear? And he, willing to instruct a man so zealous in the pursuit of knowledge, at once took from his wallet a book of Epictetus the Stoic,[334] in which doctrines were advanced which precisely harmonized with those of Zeno and Chrysippus, the founders of the Stoical school. Aulus Gellius says that he read in this book that the Stoics maintain that there are certain impressions made on the soul by external objects which they call phantasi, and that it is not in the power of the soul to determine whether or when it shall be invaded by these. When these impressions are made by alarming and formidable objects, it must needs be that they move the soul even of the wise man, so that for a little he trembles with fear, or is depressed by sadness, these impressions anticipating the work of reason and self-control; but this does not imply that the mind accepts these evil impressions, or approves or consents to them. For this consent is, they think, in a man's power; there being this difference between the mind of the wise man and that of the fool, that the fool's mind yields to these passions and consents to them, while that of the wise man, though it cannot help being invaded by them, yet retains with unshaken firmness a true and steady persuasion of those things which it ought rationally to desire or avoid. This account of what[Pg 358] Aulus Gellius relates that he read in the book of Epictetus about the sentiments and doctrines of the Stoics I have given as well as I could, not, perhaps, with his choice language, but with greater brevity, and, I think, with greater clearness. And if this be true, then there is no difference, or next to none, between the opinion of the Stoics and that of the other philosophers regarding mental passions and perturbations, for both parties agree in maintaining that the mind and reason of the wise man are not subject to these. And perhaps what the Stoics mean by asserting this, is that the wisdom which characterizes the wise man is clouded by no error and sullied by no taint, but, with this reservation that his wisdom remains undisturbed, he is exposed to the impressions which the goods and ills of this life (or, as they prefer to call them, the advantages or disadvantages) make upon them. For we need not say that if that philosopher had thought nothing of those things which he thought he was forthwith to lose, life and bodily safety, he would not have been so terrified by his danger as to betray his fear by the pallor of his cheek. Nevertheless, he might suffer this mental disturbance, and yet maintain the fixed persuasion that life and bodily safety, which the violence of the tempest threatened to destroy, are not those good things which make their possessors good, as the possession of righteousness does. But in so far as they persist that we must call them not goods but advantages, they quarrel about words and neglect things. For what difference does it make whether goods or advantages be the better name, while the Stoic no less than the Peripatetic is alarmed at the prospect of losing them, and while, though they name them differently, they hold them in like esteem? Both parties assure us that, if urged to the commission of some immorality or crime by the threatened loss of these goods or advantages, they would prefer to lose such things as preserve bodily comfort and security rather than commit such things as violate righteousness. And thus the mind in which this resolution is well grounded suffers no perturbations to prevail with it in opposition to reason, even though they assail the weaker parts of the soul; and not only so, but it rules over them, and, while it refuses its consent and resists them, administers[Pg 359] a reign of virtue. Such a character is ascribed to neas by Virgil when he says,
  "He stands immovable by tears, Nor tenderest words with pity hears."[335]
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  We need not at present give a careful and copious exposition of the doctrine of Scripture, the sum of Christian knowledge, regarding these passions. It subjects the mind itself to God, that He may rule and aid it, and the passions, again, to the mind, to moderate and bridle them, and turn them to righteous uses. In our ethics, we do not so much inquire whether a pious soul is angry, as why he is angry; not whether he is sad, but what is the cause of his sadness; not whether he fears, but what he fears. For I am not aware that any right thinking person would find fault with anger at a wrongdoer which seeks his amendment, or with sadness which intends relief to the suffering, or with fear lest one in danger be destroyed. The Stoics, indeed, are accustomed to condemn compassion.[336] But how much more honourable had it been in that Stoic we have been telling of, had he been disturbed by compassion prompting him to relieve a fellow-creature, than to be disturbed by the fear of shipwreck! Far better, and more humane, and more consonant with pious sentiments, are the words of Cicero in praise of Csar, when he says, "Among your virtues none is more admirable and agreeable than your compassion."[337] And what is compassion but a fellow-feeling for another's misery, which prompts us to help him if we can? And this emotion is obedient to reason, when compassion is shown without violating right, as when the poor are relieved, or the penitent forgiven. Cicero, who knew how to use language, did not hesitate to call this a virtue, which the Stoics are not ashamed to reckon among the vices, although, as the book of that eminent Stoic, Epictetus, quoting the opinions of Zeno and Chrysippus, the founders of the school, has taught us, they admit that passions of this kind invade the soul of the wise man, whom they would have to be free from all vice.[Pg 360] Whence it follows that these very passions are not judged by them to be vices, since they assail the wise man without forcing him to act against reason and virtue; and that, therefore, the opinion of the Peripatetics or Platonists and of the Stoics is one and the same. But, as Cicero says,[338] mere logomachy is the bane of these pitiful Greeks, who thirst for contention rather than for truth. However, it may justly be asked, whether our subjection to these affections, even while we follow virtue, is a part of the infirmity of this life? For the holy angels feel no anger while they punish those whom the eternal law of God consigns to punishment, no fellow-feeling with misery while they relieve the miserable, no fear while they aid those who are in danger; and yet ordinary language ascribes to them also these mental emotions, because, though they have none of our weakness, their acts resemble the actions to which these emotions move us; and thus even God Himself is said in Scripture to be angry, and yet without any perturbation. For this word is used of the effect of His vengeance, not of the disturbing mental affection.
  

Book of Imaginary Beings (text), #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  element fire. In this symbol and in an argument of
  Aristotles, preserved for us by Cicero in the first book of his
  On the Nature of the Gods, we find the reason why men

BOOK VIII. - Some account of the Socratic and Platonic philosophy, and a refutation of the doctrine of Apuleius that the demons should be worshipped as mediators between gods and men, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  If, then, Plato defined the wise man as one who imitates, knows, loves this God, and who is rendered blessed through fellowship with Him in His own blessedness, why discuss with the other philosophers? It is evident that none come nearer to us than the Platonists. To them, therefore, let that fabulous theology give place which delights the minds of men with the crimes of the gods; and that civil theology also, in which impure demons, under the name of gods, have seduced the peoples of the earth given up to earthly pleasures, desiring to be honoured by the errors of men, and, by filling the minds of their worshippers with impure desires, exciting them to make the representation of their crimes one of the rites of their worship, whilst they themselves found in the spectators of these exhibitions a most pleasing spectacle,a theology in which, whatever was honourable in the temple, was defiled by its mixture with the obscenity of the theatre, and whatever was base in the theatre was vindicated by the abominations of the temples. To these philosophers also the interpretations of Varro must give place, in which he explains the sacred rites as having reference to heaven and earth, and to the seeds and operations of perishable things; for, in the first place, those rites have not the signification which he would have men believe is attached to them, and therefore truth does not follow him in his attempt so to interpret them; and even if they had this signification, still those things ought not to be worshipped by the rational soul as its god which are placed below it in the scale of nature, nor ought the soul to prefer to itself as gods things to which the true God has given it the preference. The same must be said of those writings pertaining to the sacred rites, which Numa Pompilius took care to conceal by causing them to be buried along with himself, and which,[Pg 313] when they were afterwards turned up by the plough, were burned by order of the senate. And, to treat Numa with all honour, let us mention as belonging to the same rank as these writings that which Alexander of Macedon wrote to his mother as communicated to him by Leo, an Egyptian high priest. In this letter not only Picus and Faunus, and neas and Romulus, or even Hercules and sculapius and Liber, born of Semele, and the twin sons of Tyndareus, or any other mortals who have been deified, but even the principal gods themselves,[294] to whom Cicero, in his Tusculan questions,[295] alludes without mentioning their names, Jupiter, Juno, Saturn, Vulcan, Vesta, and many others whom Varro attempts to identify with the parts or the elements of the world, are shown to have been men. There is, as we have said, a similarity between this case and that of Numa; for, the priest being afraid because he had revealed a mystery, earnestly begged of Alexander to comm and his mother to burn the letter which conveyed these communications to her. Let these two theologies, then, the fabulous and the civil, give place to the Platonic philosophers, who have recognised the true God as the author of all things, the source of the light of truth, and the bountiful bestower of all blessedness. And not these only, but to these great acknowledgers of so great a God, those philosophers must yield who, having their mind enslaved to their body, supposed the principles of all things to be material; as Thales, who held that the first principle of all things was water; Anaximenes, that it was air; the Stoics, that it was fire; Epicurus, who affirmed that it consisted of atoms, that is to say, of minute corpuscules; and many others whom it is needless to enumerate, but who believed that bodies, simple or compound, animate or inanimate, but nevertheless bodies, were the cause and principle of all things. For some of themas, for instance, the Epicureansbelieved that living things could originate from things without life; others held that all things living or without life spring from a living principle, but that, nevertheless, all things, being material, spring from a material principle. For the Stoics thought that fire, that is, one of the four material elements of which this visible[Pg 314] world is composed, was both living and intelligent, the maker of the world and of all things contained in it,that it was in fact God. These and others like them have only been able to suppose that which their hearts enslaved to sense have vainly suggested to them. And yet they have within themselves something which they could not see: they represented to themselves inwardly things which they had seen without, even when they were not seeing them, but only thinking of them. But this representation in thought is no longer a body, but only the similitude of a body; and that faculty of the mind by which this similitude of a body is seen is neither a body nor the similitude of a body; and the faculty which judges whether the representation is beautiful or ugly is without doubt superior to the object judged of. This principle is the understanding of man, the rational soul; and it is certainly not a body, since that similitude of a body which it beholds and judges of is itself not a body. The soul is neither earth, nor water, nor air, nor fire, of which four bodies, called the four elements, we see that this world is composed. And if the soul is not a body, how should God, its Creator, be a body? Let all those philosophers, then, give place, as we have said, to the Platonists, and those also who have been ashamed to say that God is a body, but yet have thought that our souls are of the same nature as God. They have not been staggered by the great changeableness of the soul,an attri bute which it would be impious to ascribe to the divine nature,but they say it is the body which changes the soul, for in itself it is unchangeable. As well might they say, "Flesh is wounded by some body, for in itself it is invulnerable." In a word, that which is unchangeable can be changed by nothing, so that that which can be changed by the body cannot properly be said to be immutable.
  
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  has reference to the fact that the fruits of one field are said to be transferred to another by these arts which this pestiferous and accursed doctrine teaches. Does not Cicero inform us that, among the laws of the Twelve Tables, that is, the most ancient laws of the Romans, there was a law written which appointed a punishment to be inflicted on him who should do this?[312] Lastly, was it before Christian judges that Apuleius himself was accused of magic arts?[313] Had he known these arts to be divine and pious, and congruous with the works of divine power, he ought not only to have confessed, but also to have professed them, rather blaming the laws by which these things were prohibited and pronounced worthy of condemnation, while they ought to have been held worthy of admiration and respect.[Pg 334] For by so doing, either he would have persuaded the judges to adopt his own opinion, or, if they had shown their partiality for unjust laws, and condemned him to death notwithstanding his praising and commending such things, the demons would have bestowed on his soul such rewards as he deserved, who, in order to proclaim and set forth their divine works, had not feared the loss of his human life. As our martyrs, when that religion was charged on them as a crime, by which they knew they were made safe and most glorious throughout eternity, did not choose, by denying it, to escape temporal punishments, but rather by confessing, professing, and proclaiming it, by enduring all things for it with fidelity and fortitude, and by dying for it with pious calmness, put to shame the law by which that religion was prohibited, and caused its revocation. But there is extant a most copious and eloquent oration of this Platonic philosopher, in which he defends himself against the charge of practising these arts, affirming that he is wholly a stranger to them, and only wishing to show his innocence by denying such things as cannot be innocently committed. But all the miracles of the magicians, who he thinks are justly deserving of condemnation, are performed according to the teaching and by the power of demons. Why, then, does he think that they ought to be honoured? For he asserts that they are necessary, in order to present our prayers to the gods, and yet their works are such as we must shun if we wish our prayers to reach the true God. Again, I ask, what kind of prayers of men does he suppose are presented to the good gods by the demons? If magical prayers, they will have none such; if lawful prayers, they will not receive them through such beings. But if a sinner who is penitent pour out prayers, especially if he has committed any crime of sorcery, does he receive pardon through the intercession of those demons by whose instigation and help he has fallen into the sin he mourns? or do the demons themselves, in order that they may merit pardon for the penitent, first become penitents because they have deceived them? This no one ever said concerning the demons; for had this been the case, they would never have dared to seek for themselves divine honours. For how should they do so who desired by penitence to obtain the grace of[Pg 335] pardon, seeing that such detestable pride could not exist along with a humility worthy of pardon?
  

BOOK VI. - Of Varros threefold division of theology, and of the inability of the gods to contri bute anything to the happiness of the future life, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  Who has investigated those things more carefully than Marcus Varro? Who has discovered them more learnedly? Who has considered them more attentively? Who has distinguished them more acutely? Who has written about them more diligently and more fully?who, though he is less pleasing in his eloquence, is nevertheless so full of instruction and wisdom, that in all the erudition which we call[Pg 233] secular, but they liberal, he will teach the student of things as much as Cicero delights the student of words. And even Tully himself renders him such testimony, as to say in his Academic books that he had held that disputation which is there carried on with Marcus Varro, "a man," he adds, "unquestionably the acutest of all men, and, without any doubt, the most learned."[230] He does not say the most eloquent or the most fluent, for in reality he was very deficient in this faculty, but he says, "of all men the most acute." And in those books,that is, the Academic,where he contends that all things are to be doubted, he adds of him, "without any doubt the most learned." In truth, he was so certain concerning this thing, that he laid aside that doubt which he is wont to have recourse to in all things, as if, when about to dispute in favour of the doubt of the Academics, he had, with respect to this one thing, forgotten that he was an Academic. But in the first book, when he extols the literary works of the same Varro, he says, "Us straying and wandering in our own city like strangers, thy books, as it were, brought home, that at length we might come to know of who we were and where we were. Thou hast opened up to us the age of the country, the distri bution of seasons, the laws of sacred things, and of the priests; thou hast opened up to us domestic and public discipline; thou hast pointed out to us the proper places for religious ceremonies, and hast informed us concerning sacred places. Thou hast shown us the names, kinds, offices, causes of all divine and human things."[231]
  

BOOK V. - Of fate, freewill, and God's prescience, and of the source of the virtues of the ancient Romans, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  The following Homeric lines, which Cicero translates into Latin, also favour this opinion:
  "Such are the minds of men, as is the light Which Father Jove himself doth pour Illustrious o'er the fruitful earth."[188]
  
  Not that Cicero wishes that a poetical sentiment should have any weight in a question like this; for when he says that the Stoics, when asserting the power of fate, were in the habit of using these verses from Homer, he is not treating concerning the opinion of that poet, but concerning that of those philosophers, since by these verses, which they quote in connection with the controversy which they hold about fate, is most distinctly manifested what it is which they reckon fate, since they call by the name of Jupiter him whom they reckon the supreme god, from whom, they say, hangs the whole chain of fates.
  
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  9. Concerning the foreknowledge of God and the free will of man, in opposition to the definition of Cicero.
  
  The manner in which Cicero addresses himself to the task of refuting the Stoics, shows that he did not think he could effect anything against them in argument unless he had first demolished divination.[189] And this he attempts to accomplish by denying that there is any knowledge of future things, and maintains with all his might that there is no such knowledge either in God or man, and that there is no prediction of events. Thus he both denies the foreknowledge of God, and attempts by vain arguments, and by opposing to himself certain oracles very easy to be refuted, to overthrow all prophecy, even such as is clearer than the light (though even these oracles are not refuted by him).
  
  But, in refuting these conjectures of the mathematicians, his argument is triumphant, because truly these are such as destroy and refute themselves. Nevertheless, they are far more tolerable who assert the fatal influence of the stars than they who deny the foreknowledge of future events. For, to confess that God exists, and at the same time to deny that He has foreknowledge of future things, is the most manifest folly. This Cicero himself saw, and therefore attempted to assert the doctrine embodied in the words of Scripture, "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God."[190] That, however, he did not do in his own person, for he saw how odious and offensive such an opinion would be; and, therefore in his book on the nature of the gods,[191] he makes Cotta dispute concerning this against the Stoics, and preferred to give his own opinion in favour of Lucilius Balbus, to whom he assigned the defence of the Stoical position, rather than in favour of Cotta, who maintained that no divinity exists. However, in his book on divination, he in his own person most openly opposes the doctrine of the prescience of future things. But all this he seems to do in order that he may not grant the doctrine of fate, and by so doing destroy free will. For he thinks that, the knowledge of future things being once conceded, fate follows as so necessary a consequence that it cannot be denied.
  
  But, let these perplexing debatings and disputations of the[Pg 191] philosophers go on as they may, we, in order that we may confess the most high and true God Himself, do confess His will, supreme power, and prescience. Neither let us be afraid lest, after all, we do not do by will that which we do by will, because He, whose foreknowledge is infallible, foreknew that we would do it. It was this which Cicero was afraid of, and therefore opposed foreknowledge. The Stoics also maintained that all things do not come to pass by necessity, although they contended that all things happen according to destiny. What is it, then, that Cicero feared in the prescience of future things? Doubtless it was this,that if all future things have been foreknown, they will happen in the order in which they have been foreknown; and if they come to pass in this order, there is a certain order of things foreknown by God; and if a certain order of things, then a certain order of causes, for nothing can happen which is not preceded by some efficient cause. But if there is a certain order of causes according to which everything happens which does happen, then by fate, says he, all things happen which do happen. But if this be so, then is there nothing in our own power, and there is no such thing as freedom of will; and if we grant that, says he, the whole economy of human life is subverted. In vain are laws enacted. In vain are reproaches, praises, chidings, exhortations had recourse to; and there is no justice whatever in the appointment of rewards for the good, and punishments for the wicked. And that consequences so disgraceful, and absurd, and pernicious to humanity may not follow, Cicero chooses to reject the foreknowledge of future things, and shuts up the religious mind to this alternative, to make choice between two things, either that something is in our own power, or that there is foreknowledge,both of which cannot be true; but if the one is affirmed, the other is thereby denied. He therefore, like a truly great and wise man, and one who consulted very much and very skilfully for the good of humanity, of those two chose the freedom of the will, to confirm which he denied the foreknowledge of future things; and thus, wishing to make men free, he makes them sacrilegious. But the religious mind chooses both, confesses both, and maintains both by the faith of piety. But how so? says Cicero; for the[Pg 192] knowledge of future things being granted, there follows a chain of consequences which ends in this, that there can be nothing depending on our own free wills. And further, if there is anything depending on our wills, we must go backwards by the same steps of reasoning till we arrive at the conclusion that there is no foreknowledge of future things. For we go backwards through all the steps in the following order:If there is free will, all things do not happen according to fate; if all things do not happen according to fate, there is not a certain order of causes; and if there is not a certain order of causes, neither is there a certain order of things foreknown by God,for things cannot come to pass except they are preceded by efficient causes,but, if there is no fixed and certain order of causes foreknown by God, all things cannot be said to happen according as He foreknew that they would happen. And further, if it is not true that all things happen just as they have been foreknown by Him, there is not, says he, in God any foreknowledge of future events.
  
  Now, against the sacrilegious and impious darings of reason, we assert both that God knows all things before they come to pass, and that we do by our free will whatsoever we know and feel to be done by us only because we will it. But that all things come to pass by fate, we do not say; nay we affirm that nothing comes to pass by fate; for we demonstrate that the name of fate, as it is wont to be used by those who speak of fate, meaning thereby the position of the stars at the time of each one's conception or birth, is an unmeaning word, for astrology itself is a delusion. But an order of causes in which the highest efficiency is attri buted to the will of God, we neither deny nor do we designate it by the name of fate, unless, perhaps, we may understand fate to mean that which is spoken, deriving it from fari, to speak; for we cannot deny that it is written in the sacred Scriptures, "God hath spoken once; these two things have I heard, that power belongeth unto God. Also unto Thee, O God, belongeth mercy: for Thou wilt render unto every man according to his works."[192] Now the expression, "Once hath He spoken," is to be understood as meaning "immovably,[Pg 193]" that is, unchangeably hath He spoken, inasmuch as He knows unchangeably all things which shall be, and all things which He will do. We might, then, use the word fate in the sense it bears when derived from fari, to speak, had it not already come to be understood in another sense, into which I am unwilling that the hearts of men should unconsciously slide. But it does not follow that, though there is for God a certain order of all causes, there must therefore be nothing depending on the free exercise of our own wills, for our wills themselves are included in that order of causes which is certain to God, and is embraced by His foreknowledge, for human wills are also causes of human actions; and He who foreknew all the causes of things would certainly among those causes not have been ignorant of our wills. For even that very concession which Cicero himself makes is enough to refute him in this argument. For what does it help him to say that nothing takes place without a cause, but that every cause is not fatal, there being a fortuitous cause, a natural cause, and a voluntary cause? It is sufficient that he confesses that whatever happens must be preceded by a cause. For we say that those causes which are called fortuitous are not a mere name for the absence of causes, but are only latent, and we attri bute them either to the will of the true God, or to that of spirits of some kind or other. And as to natural causes, we by no means separate them from the will of Him who is the author and framer of all nature. But now as to voluntary causes. They are referable either to God, or to angels, or to men, or to animals of whatever description, if indeed those instinctive movements of animals devoid of reason, by which, in accordance with their own nature, they seek or shun various things, are to be called wills. And when I speak of the wills of angels, I mean either the wills of good angels, whom we call the angels of God, or of the wicked angels, whom we call the angels of the devil, or demons. Also by the wills of men I mean the wills either of the good or of the wicked. And from this we conclude that there are no efficient causes of all things which come to pass unless voluntary causes, that is, such as belong to that nature which is the spirit of life. For the air or wind is called spirit, but, inasmuch as it is a body, it is not[Pg 194] the spirit of life. The spirit of life, therefore, which quickens all things, and is the creator of every body, and of every created spirit, is God Himself, the uncreated spirit. In His supreme will resides the power which acts on the wills of all created spirits, helping the good, judging the evil, controlling all, granting power to some, not granting it to others. For, as He is the creator of all natures, so also is He the bestower of all powers, not of all wills; for wicked wills are not from Him, being contrary to nature, which is from Him. As to bodies, they are more subject to wills: some to our wills, by which I mean the wills of all living mortal creatures, but more to the wills of men than of beasts. But all of them are most of all subject to the will of God, to whom all wills also are subject, since they have no power except what He has bestowed upon them. The cause of things, therefore, which makes but is not made, is God; but all other causes both make and are made. Such are all created spirits, and especially the rational. Material causes, therefore, which may rather be said to be made than to make, are not to be reckoned among efficient causes, because they can only do what the wills of spirits do by them. How, then, does an order of causes which is certain to the foreknowledge of God necessitate that there should be nothing which is dependent on our wills, when our wills themselves have a very important place in the order of causes? Cicero, then, contends with those who call this order of causes fatal, or rather designate this order itself by the name of fate; to which we have an abhorrence, especially on account of the word, which men have become accustomed to understand as meaning what is not true. But, whereas he denies that the order of all causes is most certain, and perfectly clear to the prescience of God, we detest his opinion more than the Stoics do. For he either denies that God exists,which, indeed, in an assumed personage, he has laboured to do, in his book De Natura Deorum,or if he confesses that He exists, but denies that He is prescient of future things, what is that but just "the fool saying in his heart there is no God?" For one who is not prescient of all future things is not God. Wherefore our wills also have just so much power as God willed and foreknew that they should[Pg 195] have; and therefore whatever power they have, they have it within most certain limits; and whatever they are to do, they are most assuredly to do, for He whose foreknowledge is infallible foreknew that they would have the power to do it, and would do it. Wherefore, if I should choose to apply the name of fate to anything at all, I should rather say that fate belongs to the weaker of two parties, will to the stronger, who has the other in his power, than that the freedom of our will is excluded by that order of causes, which, by an unusual application of the word peculiar to themselves, the Stoics call Fate.
  
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  It is, therefore, doubtless far better to resist this desire than to yield to it, for the purer one is from this defilement, the liker is he to God; and, though this vice be not thoroughly eradicated from his heart,for it does not cease to tempt even the minds of those who are making good progress in virtue,at any rate, let the desire of glory be surpassed by the love of righteousness, so that, if there be seen anywhere "lying neglected things which are generally discredited," if they are good, if they are right, even the love of human praise may blush and yield to the love of truth. For so hostile is this vice to pious faith, if the love of glory be greater in the heart than the fear or love of God, that the Lord said, "How can ye believe, who look for glory from one another, and do not seek the glory which is from God alone?"[206] Also, concerning some who had believed on Him, but were afraid to confess Him openly, the evangelist says, "They loved the praise of men more than the praise of God;"[207] which did not the holy apostles, who, when they proclaimed the name of Christ in those places where it was not only discredited, and therefore neglected,according as Cicero says, "Those things are always neglected which are generally discredited,"but was even held in the utmost detestation, holding to what they had heard from the Good Master, who was also the physician of minds, "If any one shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father who is in heaven, and before the angels of God,"[208] amidst maledictions and reproaches, and most grievous persecutions and cruel punishments,[Pg 206] were not deterred from the preaching of human salvation by the noise of human indignation. And when, as they did and spake divine things, and lived divine lives, conquering, as it were, hard hearts, and introducing into them the peace of righteousness, great glory followed them in the church of Christ, they did not rest in that as in the end of their virtue, but, referring that glory itself to the glory of God, by whose grace they were what they were, they sought to kindle, also by that same flame, the minds of those for whose good they consulted, to the love of Him, by whom they could be made to be what they themselves were. For their Master had taught them not to seek to be good for the sake of human glory, saying, "Take heed that ye do not your righteousness before men to be seen of them, or otherwise ye shall not have a reward from your Father who is in heaven."[209] But again, lest, understanding this wrongly, they should, through fear of pleasing men, be less useful through concealing their goodness, showing for what end they ought to make it known, He says, "Let your works shine before men, that they may see your good deeds, and glorify your Father who is in heaven."[210] Not, observe, "that ye may be seen by them, that is, in order that their eyes may be directed upon you,"for of yourselves ye are nothing,but "that they may glorify your Father who is in heaven," by fixing their regards on whom they may become such as ye are. These the martyrs followed, who surpassed the Scvolas, and the Curtiuses, and the Deciuses, both in true virtue, because in true piety, and also in the greatness of their number. But since those Romans were in an earthly city, and had before them, as the end of all the offices undertaken in its behalf, its safety, and a kingdom, not in heaven, but in earth,not in the sphere of eternal life, but in the sphere of demise and succession, where the dead are succeeded by the dying,what else but glory should they love, by which they wished even after death to live in the mouths of their admirers?
  

BOOK XIII. - That death is penal, and had its origin in Adam's sin, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  But the philosophers against whom we are defending the city of God, that is, His Church, seem to themselves to have good cause to deride us, because we say that the separation of the soul from the body is to be held as part of man's punishment. For they suppose that the blessedness of the soul then only is complete, when it is quite denuded of the body, and returns to God a pure and simple, and, as it were, naked soul. On this point, if I should find nothing in their own literature to refute this opinion, I should be forced laboriously to demonstrate that it is not the body, but the corruptibility of the body, which is a burden to the soul. Hence that sentence of Scripture we quoted in a foregoing book, "For the corruptible body presseth down the soul."[593] The word corruptible is added to show that the soul is burdened, not by any body whatsoever, but by the body such as it has become in consequence of sin. And even though the word had not been added, we could understand nothing else. But when Plato most expressly declares that the gods who are made by the Supreme have immortal bodies, and when he introduces their Maker himself promising them as a great boon that they should abide in their bodies eternally, and never by any death be loosed from them, why do these adversaries of ours, for the sake of troubling the Christian faith, feign to be ignorant of what they quite well know, and even prefer to contradict themselves rather than lose an opportunity of contradicting us? Here are Plato's words, as Cicero[Pg 537] has translated them,[594] in which he introduces the Supreme addressing the gods He had made, and saying, "Ye who are sprung from a divine stock, consider of what works I am the parent and author. These (your bodies) are indestructible so long as I will it; although all that is composed can be destroyed. But it is wicked to dissolve what reason has compacted. But, seeing that ye have been born, ye cannot indeed be immortal and indestructible; yet ye shall by no means be destroyed, nor shall any fates consign you to death, and prove superior to my will, which is a stronger assurance of your perpetuity than those bodies to which ye were joined when ye were born." Plato, you see, says that the gods are both mortal by the connection of the body and soul, and yet are rendered immortal by the will and decree of their Maker. If, therefore, it is a punishment to the soul to be connected with any body whatever, why does God address them as if they were afraid of death, that is, of the separation of soul and body? Why does He seek to reassure them by promising them immortality, not in virtue of their nature, which is composite and not simple, but by virtue of His invincible will, whereby He can effect that neither things born die, nor things compounded be dissolved, but preserved eternally?
  
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  [61] Diogenes especially, and his followers. See also Seneca, De Tranq. c. 14, and Epist. 92; and in Cicero's Tusc. Disp. i. 43, the answer of Theodorus, the Cyrenian philosopher, to Lysimachus, who threatened him with the cross: "Threaten that to your courtiers; it is of no consequence to Theodorus whether he rot in the earth or in the air."
  
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  [71] Augustine here uses the words of Cicero ("vigilando peremerunt"), who refers to Regulus, in Pisonem, c. 19. Aulus Gellius, quoting Tubero and Tuditanus (vi. 4), adds some further particulars regarding these tortures.
  
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  [88] See Cicero, De Nat. Deor. ii. 24.
  
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  [103] The Fever had, according to Vives, three altars in Rome. See Cicero, De Nat. Deor. iii. 25, and lian, Var. Hist. xii. 11.
  
  [104] Cicero, De Republica, v. Compare the third Tusculan Qust. c. ii.
  
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  [108] The same collocation of words is used by Cicero with reference to the well-known mode of renewing the appetite in use among the Romans.
  
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  [111] Cicero, C. Verrem, vi. 8.
  
  [112] Cicero, C. Catilinam, iii. 8.
  
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  [142] Cicero, De Rep. ii. 10.
  
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  [152] Cicero, in Catilin. iii. sub. fin.
  
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  [159] Nonius Marcell. borrows this anecdote from Cicero, De Repub. iii.
  
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  [165] Cicero, De Nat. Deor. ii. 25.
  
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  [173] Livy, ii. 36; Cicero, De Divin. 26.
  
  [174] Called by Cicero (De Oratore, i. 39) the most eloquent of lawyers, and the best skilled lawyer among eloquent men.
  
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  [179] Superstition, from superstes. Against this etymology of Cicero, see Lact. Inst. Div. iv. 28.
  
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  [181] See Cicero, De Nat. Deor. i. 2.
  
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  [185] This fact is not recorded in any of the extant works of Hippocrates or Cicero. Vives supposes it may have found place in Cicero's book, De Fato.
  
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  [231] Cicero, De Qust. Acad. i. 3.
  
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  [246] Cicero, De Nat. Deor. ii., distinguishes this Liber from Liber Bacchus, son of Jupiter and Semele.
  
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  [259] Cicero, Tusc. Qust. v. 13.
  
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  [261] Ennius, in Cicero, De Nat. Deor. ii. 18.
  
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  [373] Augustine here remarks, in a clause that cannot be given in English, that the word religio is derived from religere.So Cicero, De Nat. Deor. ii. 28.
  
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  [558] Cicero has the same (de Amicitia, 16): "Quonam modo quisquam amicus esse poterit, cui se putabit inimicum esse posse?" He also quotes Scipio to the effect that no sentiment is more unfriendly to friendship than this, that we should love as if some day we were to hate.
  
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  [594] A translation of part of the Timus, given in a little book of Cicero's, De Universo.
  

BOOK XIV. - Of the punishment and results of mans first sin, and of the propagation of man without lust, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  There is no need, therefore, that in our sins and vices we accuse the nature of the flesh to the injury of the Creator, for in its own kind and degree the flesh is good; but to desert the Creator good, and live according to the created good, is not good, whether a man choose to live according to the flesh, or according to the soul, or according to the whole human nature, which is composed of flesh and soul, and which is therefore spoken of either by the name flesh alone, or by the name soul alone. For he who extols the nature of the soul as the chief good, and condemns the nature of the flesh as if it were evil, assuredly is fleshly both in his love of the soul and hatred of the flesh; for these his feelings arise from human fancy, not from divine truth. The Platonists, indeed, are not so foolish as, with the Manichans, to detest our present bodies as an evil nature;[22] for they attri bute all the elements of which this visible and tangible world is compacted, with all their qualities, to God their Creator. Nevertheless, from the death-infected members and earthly construction of the body they believe the soul is so affected, that there are thus originated in it the diseases of desires, and fears, and joy, and sorrow, under which four perturbations, as Cicero[23] calls them, or passions, as most prefer to name them with the Greeks, is included the whole viciousness of human life. But if this be so, how is it that neas in Virgil, when he had heard from his father in Hades that[Pg 9] the souls should return to bodies, expresses surprise at this declaration, and exclaims:
  "O father! and can thought conceive That happy souls this realm would leave, And seek the upper sky, With sluggish clay to reunite? This direful longing for the light, Whence comes it, say, and why?"[24]
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  The right will is, therefore, well-directed love, and the wrong will is ill-directed love. Love, then, yearning to have what is loved, is desire; and having and enjoying it, is joy; fleeing what is opposed to it, it is fear; and feeling what is opposed to it, when it has befallen it, it is sadness. Now these motions are evil if the love is evil; good if the love is good. What we assert let us prove from Scripture. The apostle "desires to depart, and to be with Christ."[30] And, "My soul desired to long for Thy judgments;"[31] or if it is more appropriate to say, "My soul longed to desire Thy judgments." And, "The desire of wisdom bringeth to a kingdom."[Pg 12][32] Yet there has always obtained the usage of understanding desire and concupiscence in a bad sense if the object be not defined. But joy is used in a good sense: "Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice, ye righteous."[33] And, "Thou hast put gladness in my heart."[34] And, "Thou wilt fill me with joy with Thy countenance."[35] Fear is used in a good sense by the apostle when he says, "Work out your salvation with fear and trembling."[36] And, "Be not high-minded, but fear."[37] And, "I fear, lest by any means, as the serpent beguiled Eve through his subtilty, so your minds should be corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ."[38] But with respect to sadness, which Cicero prefers to call sickness (gritudo), and Virgil pain (dolor) (as he says, "Dolent gaudentque"[39]), but which I prefer to call sorrow, because sickness and pain are more commonly used to express bodily suffering,with respect to this emotion, I say, the question whether it can be used in a good sense is more difficult.
  
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  Those emotions which the Greeks call , and which Cicero calls constanti, the Stoics would restrict to three; and, instead of three "perturbations" in the soul of the wise man, they substituted severally, in place of desire, will; in place of joy, contentment; and for fear, caution; and as to sickness or pain, which we, to avoid ambiguity, preferred to call sorrow, they denied that it could exist in the mind of a wise man. Will, they say, seeks the good, for this the wise man does. Contentment has its object in good that is possessed, and this the wise man continually possesses. Caution avoids evil, and this the wise man ought to avoid. But sorrow arises from evil that has already happened; and as they suppose that no evil can happen to the wise man, there can be no representative of sorrow in his mind. According to them, therefore, none but the wise man wills, is contented, uses caution; and that the fool can do no more than desire, rejoice, fear, be sad. The former three affections[Pg 13] Cicero calls constanti, the last four perturbationes. Many, however, call these last passions; and, as I have said, the Greeks call the former , and the latter . And when I made a careful examination of Scripture to find whether this terminology was sanctioned by it, I came upon this saying of the prophet: "There is no contentment to the wicked, saith the Lord;"[40] as if the wicked might more properly rejoice than be contented regarding evils, for contentment is the property of the good and godly. I found also that verse in the Gospel: "Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do ye even so unto them;"[41] which seems to imply that evil or shameful things may be the object of desire, but not of will. Indeed, some interpreters have added "good things" to make the expression more in conformity with customary usage, and have given this meaning, "Whatsoever good deeds that ye would that men should do unto you." For they thought that this would prevent any one from wishing other men to provide him with unseemly, not to say shameful, gratifications,luxurious banquets, for example,on the supposition that if he returned the like to them he would be fulfilling this precept. In the Greek Gospel, however, from which the Latin is translated, "good" does not occur, but only, "All things whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do ye even so unto them," and, as I believe, because "good" is already included in the word "would;" for He does not say "desire."
  
  Yet though we may sometimes avail ourselves of these precise proprieties of language, we are not to be always bridled by them; and when we read those writers against whose authority it is unlawful to reclaim, we must accept the meanings above mentioned in passages where a right sense can be educed by no other interpretation, as in those instances we adduced partly from the prophet, partly from the Gospel. For who does not know that the wicked exult with joy? Yet "there is no contentment for the wicked, saith the Lord." And how so, unless because contentment, when the word is used in its proper and distinctive significance, means something different from joy? In like manner,[Pg 14] who would deny that it were wrong to enjoin upon men that whatever they desire others to do to them they should themselves do to others, lest they should mutually please one another by shameful and illicit pleasure? And yet the precept, "Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do ye even so to them," is very wholesome and just. And how is this, unless because the will is in this place used strictly, and signifies that will which cannot have evil for its object? But ordinary phraseology would not have allowed the saying, "Be unwilling to make any manner of lie,"[42] had there not been also an evil will, whose wickedness separates it from that which the angels celebrated, "Peace on earth, of good will to men."[43] For "good" is superfluous if there is no other kind of will but good will. And why should the apostle have mentioned it among the praises of charity as a great thing, that "it rejoices not in iniquity," unless because wickedness does so rejoice? For even with secular writers these words are used indifferently. For Cicero, that most fertile of orators, says, "I desire, conscript fathers, to be merciful."[44] And who would be so pedantic as to say that he should have said "I will" rather than "I desire," because the word is used in a good connection? Again, in Terence, the profligate youth, burning with wild lust, says, "I will nothing else than Philumena."[45] That this "will" was lust is sufficiently indicated by the answer of his old servant which is there introduced: "How much better were it to try and banish that love from your heart, than to speak so as uselessly to inflame your passion still more!" And that contentment was used by secular writers in a bad sense, that verse of Virgil testifies, in which he most succinctly comprehends these four perturbations,
  "Hence they fear and desire, grieve and are content."[46]
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  And therefore that marriage, worthy of the happiness of Paradise, should have had desirable fruit without the shame of lust, had there been no sin. But how that could be, there is now no example to teach us. Nevertheless, it ought not to seem incredible that one member might serve the will without lust then, since so many serve it now. Do we now move our feet and hands when we will to do the things we would by means of these members? do we meet with no resistance in them, but perceive that they are ready servants of the will, both in our own case and in that of others, and especially of artisans employed in mechanical operations, by which the weakness and clumsiness of nature become, through industrious exercise, wonderfully dexterous? and shall we not believe that, like as all those members obediently serve the will, so also should the members have discharged the function of generation, though lust, the award of disobedience, had been awanting? Did not Cicero, in discussing the difference of governments in his De Republica, adopt a simile from human[Pg 40] nature, and say that we comm and our bodily members as children, they are so obedient; but that the vicious parts of the soul must be treated as slaves, and be coerced with a more stringent authority? And no doubt, in the order of nature, the soul is more excellent than the body; and yet the soul commands the body more easily than itself. Nevertheless this lust, of which we at present speak, is the more shameful on this account, because the soul is therein neither master of itself, so as not to lust at all, nor of the body, so as to keep the members under the control of the will; for if they were thus ruled, there should be no shame. But now the soul is ashamed that the body, which by nature is inferior and subject to it, should resist its authority. For in the resistance experienced by the soul in the other emotions there is less shame, because the resistance is from itself, and thus, when it is conquered by itself, itself is the conqueror, although the conquest is inordinate and vicious, because accomplished by those parts of the soul which ought to be subject to reason, yet, being accomplished by its own parts and energies, the conquest is, as I say, its own. For when the soul conquers itself to a due subordination, so that its unreasonable motions are controlled by reason, while it again is subject to God, this is a conquest virtuous and praiseworthy. Yet there is less shame when the soul is resisted by its own vicious parts than when its will and order are resisted by the body, which is distinct from and inferior to it, and dependent on it for life itself.
  

BOOK XIX. - A review of the philosophical opinions regarding the Supreme Good, and a comparison of these opinions with the Christian belief regarding happiness, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  They say that this happy life is also social, and loves the advantages of its friends as its own, and for their sake wishes for them what it desires for itself, whether these friends live in the same family, as a wife, children, domestics; or in the locality where one's home is, as the citizens of the same town; or in the world at large, as the nations bound in common human brotherhood; or in the universe itself, comprehended in the heavens and the earth, as those whom they call gods, and provide as friends for the wise man, and whom we more familiarly call angels. Moreover, they say that, regarding the supreme good and evil, there is no room for doubt, and that they therefore differ from the New Academy in this respect, and they are not concerned whether a philosopher pursues those ends which they think true in the Cynic dress and manner of life or in some other. And, lastly, in regard to the three modes of life, the contemplative, the active, and the composite, they declare in favour of the third. That these were the opinions and doctrines of the Old Academy, Varro asserts on the authority of Antiochus, Cicero's master and his own, though Cicero makes him out to have been more frequently in accordance with the Stoics than with the Old Academy. But of what importance is this to us, who ought to judge the matter on its own merits, rather than to understand accurately what different men have thought about it?
  
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  For what flood of eloquence can suffice to detail the miseries of this life? Cicero, in the Consolation on the death of his daughter, has spent all his ability in lamentation; but how inadequate was even his ability here? For when, where, how, in this life can these primary objects of nature be possessed so that they may not be assailed by unforeseen accidents? Is the body of the wise man exempt from any pain which may dispel pleasure, from any disquietude which may banish repose? The amputation or decay of the members of the body puts an end to its integrity, deformity blights its beauty, weakness its health, lassitude its vigour, sleepiness or sluggishness its activity, and which of these is it that may not assail the flesh of the wise man? Comely and fitting attitudes and movements of the body are numbered among the prime natural blessings; but what if some sickness makes the members tremble? what if a man suffers from curvature of the spine to such an extent that his hands reach the ground, and he goes upon all-fours like a quadruped? Does not this destroy all beauty and grace in the body, whether at rest or in motion? What shall I say of the fundamental blessings of the soul, sense and intellect, of which the one is given for the perception, and the other for the comprehension of truth?[Pg 303] But what kind of sense is it that remains when a man becomes deaf and blind? where are reason and intellect when disease makes a man delirious? We can scarcely, or not at all, refrain from tears, when we think of or see the actions and words of such frantic persons, and consider how different from and even opposed to their own sober judgment and ordinary conduct their present demeanour is. And what shall I say of those who suffer from demoniacal possession? Where is their own intelligence hidden and buried while the malignant spirit is using their body and soul according to his own will? And who is quite sure that no such thing can happen to the wise man in this life? Then, as to the perception of truth, what can we hope for even in this way while in the body, as we read in the true book of Wisdom, "The corruptible body weigheth down the soul, and the earthly tabernacle presseth down the mind that museth upon many things?"[625] And eagerness, or desire of action, if this is the right meaning to put upon the Greek , is also reckoned among the primary advantages of nature; and yet is it not this which produces those pitiable movements of the insane, and those actions which we shudder to see, when sense is deceived and reason deranged?
  
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  We give a much more unlimited approval to their idea that the life of the wise man must be social. For how could the city of God (concerning which we are already writing no less than the nineteenth book of this work) either take a beginning or be developed, or attain its proper destiny, if the life of the saints were not a social life? But who can enumerate all the great grievances with which human society abounds in[Pg 308] the misery of this mortal state? Who can weigh them? Hear how one of their comic writers makes one of his characters express the common feelings of all men in this matter: "I am married; this is one misery. Children are born to me; they are additional cares."[629] What shall I say of the miseries of love which Terence also recounts"slights, suspicions, quarrels, war to-day, peace to-morrow?"[630] Is not human life full of such things? Do they not often occur even in honourable friendships? On all hands we experience these slights, suspicions, quarrels, war, all of which are undoubted evils; while, on the other hand, peace is a doubtful good, because we do not know the heart of our friend, and though we did know it to-day, we should be as ignorant of what it might be to-morrow. Who ought to be, or who are more friendly than those who live in the same family? And yet who can rely even upon this friendship, seeing that secret treachery has often broken it up, and produced enmity as bitter as the amity was sweet, or seemed sweet by the most perfect dissimulation? It is on this account that the words of Cicero so move the heart of every one, and provoke a sigh: "There are no snares more dangerous than those which lurk under the guise of duty or the name of relationship. For the man who is your declared foe you can easily baffle by precaution; but this hidden, intestine, and domestic danger not merely exists, but overwhelms you before you can foresee and examine it."[631] It is also to this that allusion is made by the divine saying, "A man's foes are those of his own household,"[632]words which one cannot hear without pain; for though a man have sufficient fortitude to endure it with equanimity, and sufficient sagacity to baffle the malice of a pretended friend, yet if he himself is a good man, he cannot but be greatly pained at the discovery of the perfidy of wicked men, whether they have always been wicked and merely feigned goodness, or have fallen from a better to a malicious disposition. If, then, home, the natural refuge from the ills of life, is itself not safe, what shall we say of the city, which, as it is larger, is so much the more filled with lawsuits civil and criminal, and is never[Pg 309] free from the fear, if sometimes from the actual outbreak, of disturbing and bloody insurrections and civil wars?
  
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  21. Whether there ever was a Roman republic answering to the definitions of Scipio in Cicero's dialogue.
  
  This, then, is the place where I should fulfil the promise I[Pg 331] gave in the second book of this work,[656] and explain, as briefly and clearly as possible, that if we are to accept the definitions laid down by Scipio in Cicero's De Republica, there never was a Roman republic; for he briefly defines a republic as the weal of the people. And if this definition be true, there never was a Roman republic, for the people's weal was never attained among the Romans. For the people, according to his definition, is an assemblage associated by a common acknowledgment of right and by a community of interests. And what he means by a common acknowledgment of right he explains at large, showing that a republic cannot be administered without justice. Where, therefore, there is no true justice there can be no right. For that which is done by right is justly done, and what is unjustly done cannot be done by right. For the unjust inventions of men are neither to be considered nor spoken of as rights; for even they themselves say that right is that which flows from the fountain of justice, and deny the definition which is commonly given by those who misconceive the matter, that right is that which is useful to the stronger party. Thus, where there is not true justice there can be no assemblage of men associated by a common acknowledgment of right, and therefore there can be no people, as defined by Scipio or Cicero; and if no people, then no weal of the people, but only of some promiscuous multitude unworthy of the name of people. Consequently, if the republic is the weal of the people, and there is no people if it be not associated by a common acknowledgment of right, and if there is no right where there is no justice, then most certainly it follows that there is no republic where there is no justice. Further, justice is that virtue which gives every one his due. Where, then, is the justice of man, when he deserts the true God and yields himself to impure demons? Is this to give every one his due? Or is he who keeps back a piece of ground from the purchaser, and gives it to a man who has no right to it, unjust, while he who keeps back himself from the God who made him, and serves wicked spirits, is just?
  

BOOK XVIII. - A parallel history of the earthly and heavenly cities from the time of Abraham to the end of the world, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  While Romulus reigned, Thales the Milesian is said to have lived, being one of the seven sages, who succeeded the theological poets, of whom Orpheus was the most renowned, and were called , that is, sages. During that time the ten tribes, which on the division of the people were called Israel, were conquered by the Chaldeans and led captive into their lands, while the two tribes which were called Judah, and had the seat of their kingdom in Jerusalem, remained in the land of Judea. As Romulus, when dead, could nowhere be found, the Romans, as is everywhere notorious, placed him among the gods,a thing which by that time had already ceased to be done, and which was not done afterwards till the time of the Csars, and then not through error, but in flattery; so that Cicero ascribes great praises to Romulus, because he merited such honours not in rude and unlearned times, when men[Pg 245] were easily deceived, but in times already polished and learned, although the subtle and acute loquacity of the philosophers had not yet culminated. But although the later times did not deify dead men, still they did not cease to hold and worship as gods those deified of old; nay, by images, which the ancients never had, they even increased the allurements of vain and impious superstition, the unclean demons effecting this in their heart, and also deceiving them by lying oracles, so that even the fabulous crimes of the gods, which were not once imagined by a more polite age, were yet basely acted in the plays in honour of these same false deities. Numa reigned after Romulus; and although he had thought that Rome would be better defended the more gods there were, yet on his death he himself was not counted worthy of a place among them, as if it were supposed that he had so crowded heaven that a place could not be found for him there. They report that the Samian sibyl lived while he reigned at Rome, and when Manasseh began to reign over the Hebrews,an impious king, by whom the prophet Isaiah is said to have been slain.
  

BOOK XXII. - Of the eternal happiness of the saints, the resurrection of the body, and the miracles of the early Church, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  But men who use their learning and intellectual ability to resist the force of that great authority which, in fulfilment of what was so long before predicted, has converted all races of men to faith and hope in its promises, seem to themselves to argue acutely against the resurrection of the body while they cite what Cicero mentions in the third book De Republica. For when he was asserting the apotheosis of Hercules and Romulus, he says: "Whose bodies were not taken up into heaven; for nature would not permit a body of earth to exist anywhere except upon earth." This, forsooth, is the profound reasoning of the wise men, whose thoughts God knows that they are vain. For if we were only souls, that is, spirits without any body, and if we dwelt in heaven and had no knowledge of earthly animals, and were told that we should be bound to earthly bodies by some wonderful bond of union, and should animate them, should we not much more vigorously[Pg 477] refuse to believe this, and maintain that nature would not permit an incorporeal substance to be held by a corporeal bond? And yet the earth is full of living spirits, to which terrestrial bodies are bound, and with which they are in a wonderful way implicated. If, then, the same God who has created such beings wills this also, what is to hinder the earthly body from being raised to a heavenly body, since a spirit, which is more excellent than all bodies, and consequently than even a heavenly body, has been tied to an earthly body? If so small an earthly particle has been able to hold in union with itself something better than a heavenly body, so as to receive sensation and life, will heaven disdain to receive, or at least to retain, this sentient and living particle, which derives its life and sensation from a substance more excellent than any heavenly body? If this does not happen now, it is because the time is not yet come which has been determined by Him who has already done a much more marvellous thing than that which these men refuse to believe. For why do we not more intensely wonder that incorporeal souls, which are of higher rank than heavenly bodies, are bound to earthly bodies, rather than that bodies, although earthly, are exalted to an abode which, though heavenly, is yet corporeal, except because we have been accustomed to see this, and indeed are this, while we are not as yet that other marvel, nor have as yet ever seen it? Certainly, if we consult sober reason, the more wonderful of the two divine works is found to be to attach somehow corporeal things to incorporeal, and not to connect earthly things with heavenly, which, though diverse, are yet both of them corporeal.
  
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  Let us here recite the passage in which Tully expresses his astonishment that the apotheosis of Romulus should have been credited. I shall insert his words as they stand: "It is most worthy of remark in Romulus, that other men who are said to have become gods lived in less educated ages, when there was a greater propensity to the fabulous, and when the uninstructed were easily persuaded to believe anything. But the age of Romulus was barely six hundred years ago, and already literature and science had dispelled the errors that attach to an uncultured age." And a little after he says of the same Romulus words to this effect: "From this we may perceive that Homer had flourished long before Romulus, and that there was now so much learning in individuals, and so generally diffused an enlightenment, that scarcely any room was left for fable. For antiquity admitted fables, and sometimes even very clumsy ones; but this age [of Romulus] was sufficiently enlightened to reject whatever had not the air of truth." Thus one of the most learned men, and certainly the most eloquent, M. Tullius Cicero, says that it is surprising that the divinity of Romulus was believed in, because the times were already so enlightened that they would not accept a fabulous fiction. But who believed that Romulus was a god except Rome, which was itself small and in its infancy? Then afterwards it was necessary that succeeding generations should preserve the tradition of their ancestors; that, drinking in this superstition with their mother's milk, the state might grow and come to such power that it might dictate this belief, as from a point of vantage, to all the nations over whom its sway extended. And these nations, though they might not believe that Romulus was a god, at least said so, that they might not give offence to their sovereign state by refusing to give its founder that title which was given him by Rome, which had adopted this belief, not by a love of error, but an error of love. But though Christ is the founder of the heavenly and eternal city, yet it did not believe Him to be God because it was founded by Him, but rather it[Pg 481] is founded by Him, in virtue of its belief. Rome, after it had been built and dedicated, worshipped its founder in a temple as a god; but this Jerusalem laid Christ, its God, as its foundation, that the building and dedication might proceed. The former city loved its founder, and therefore believed him to be a god; the latter believed Christ to be God, and therefore loved Him. There was an antecedent cause for the love of the former city, and for its believing that even a false dignity attached to the object of its love; so there was an antecedent cause for the belief of the latter, and for its loving the true dignity which a proper faith, not a rash surmise, ascribed to its object. For, not to mention the multitude of very striking miracles which proved that Christ is God, there were also divine prophecies heralding Him, prophecies most worthy of belief, which being already accomplished, we have not, like the fathers, to wait for their verification. Of Romulus, on the other hand, and of his building Rome and reigning in it, we read or hear the narrative of what did take place, not prediction which beforeh and said that such things should be. And so far as his reception among the gods is concerned, history only records that this was believed, and does not state it as a fact; for no miraculous signs testified to the truth of this. For as to that wolf which is said to have nursed the twin-brothers, and which is considered a great marvel, how does this prove him to have been divine? For even supposing that this nurse was a real wolf and not a mere courtezan, yet she nursed both brothers, and Remus is not reckoned a god. Besides, what was there to hinder any one from asserting that Romulus or Hercules, or any such man, was a god? Or who would rather choose to die than profess belief in his divinity? And did a single nation worship Romulus among its gods, unless it were forced through fear of the Roman name? But who can number the multitudes who have chosen death in the most cruel shapes rather than deny the divinity of Christ? And thus the dread of some slight indignation, which it was supposed, perhaps groundlessly, might exist in the minds of the Romans, constrained some states who were subject to Rome to worship Romulus as a god; whereas the dread, not of a slight mental shock, but of severe and various punishments,[Pg 482] and of death itself, the most formidable of all, could not prevent an immense multitude of martyrs throughout the world from not merely worshipping but also confessing Christ as God. The city of Christ, which, although as yet a stranger upon earth, had countless hosts of citizens, did not make war upon its godless persecutors for the sake of temporal security, but preferred to win eternal salvation by abstaining from war. They were bound, imprisoned, beaten, tortured, burned, torn in pieces, massacred, and yet they multiplied. It was not given to them to fight for their eternal salvation except by despising their temporal salvation for their Saviour's sake.
  
  I am aware that Cicero, in the third book of his De Republica, if I mistake not, argues that a first-rate power will not engage in war except either for honour or for safety. What he has to say about the question of safety, and what he means by safety, he explains in another place, saying, "Private persons frequently evade, by a speedy death, destitution, exile, bonds, the scourge, and the other pains which even the most insensible feel. But to states, death, which seems to emancipate individuals from all punishments, is itself a punishment; for a state should be so constituted as to be eternal. And thus death is not natural to a republic as to a man, to whom death is not only necessary, but often even desirable. But when a state is destroyed, obliterated, annihilated, it is as if (to compare great things with small) this whole world perished and collapsed." Cicero said this because he, with the Platonists, believed that the world would not perish. It is therefore agreed that, according to Cicero, a state should engage in war for the safety which preserves the state permanently in existence, though its citizens change; as the foliage of an olive or laurel, or any tree of this kind, is perennial, the old leaves being replaced by fresh ones. For death, as he says, is no punishment to individuals, but rather delivers them from all other punishments, but it is a punishment to the state. And therefore it is reasonably asked whether the Saguntines did right when they chose that their whole state should perish rather than that they should break faith with the Roman republic; for this deed of theirs is applauded by the citizens of the earthly republic. But I do not see how they could[Pg 483] follow the advice of Cicero, who tells us that no war is to be undertaken save for safety or for honour; neither does he say which of these two is to be preferred, if a case should occur in which the one could not be preserved without the loss of the other. For manifestly, if the Saguntines chose safety, they must break faith; if they kept faith, they must reject safety; as also it fell out. But the safety of the city of God is such that it can be retained, or rather acquired, by faith and with faith; but if faith be abandoned, no one can attain it. It is this thought of a most stedfast and patient spirit that has made so many noble martyrs, while Romulus has not had, and could not have, so much as one to die for his divinity.
  
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  But it is thoroughly ridiculous to make mention of the false divinity of Romulus as any way comparable to that of Christ. Nevertheless, if Romulus lived about six hundred years before Cicero, in an age which already was so enlightened that it rejected all impossibilities, how much more, in an age which certainly was more enlightened, being six hundred years later, the age of Cicero himself, and of the emperors Augustus and Tiberius, would the human mind have refused to listen to or believe in the resurrection of Christ's body and its ascension into heaven, and have scouted it as an impossibility, had not the divinity of the truth itself, or the truth of the divinity, and corroborating miraculous signs, proved that it could happen and had happened? Through virtue of these testimonies, and notwithstanding the opposition and terror of so many cruel persecutions, the resurrection and immortality of the flesh, first in Christ, and subsequently in all in the new world, was believed, was intrepidly proclaimed, and was sown over the whole world, to be fertilized richly with the blood of the martyrs. For the predictions of the prophets that had preceded the events were read, they were corroborated by powerful signs, and the truth was seen to be not contradictory to reason, but only different from customary ideas, so that at length the world embraced the faith it had furiously persecuted.
  
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  Far be it from us to fear that the omnipotence of the Creator cannot, for the resuscitation and reanimation of our bodies, recall all the portions which have been consumed by beasts or fire, or have been dissolved into dust or ashes, or have decomposed into water, or evaporated into the air. Far from us be the thought, that anything which escapes our observation in any most hidden recess of nature either evades the knowledge or transcends the power of the Creator of all things. Cicero, the great authority of our adversaries, wishing to define God as accurately as possible, says, "God is a mind free and independent, without materiality, perceiving and moving all things, and itself endowed with eternal movement."[1007] This he found in the systems of the greatest philosophers. Let me ask, then, in their own language, how anything can either lie hid from Him who perceives all things, or irrevocably escape Him who moves all things?
  
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  From this hell upon earth there is no escape, save through the grace of the Saviour Christ, our God and Lord. The very name Jesus shows this, for it means Saviour; and He saves[Pg 521] us especially from passing out of this life into a more wretched and eternal state, which is rather a death than a life. For in this life, though holy men and holy pursuits afford us great consolations, yet the blessings which men crave are not invariably bestowed upon them, lest religion should be cultivated for the sake of these temporal advantages, while it ought rather to be cultivated for the sake of that other life from which all evil is excluded. Therefore, also, does grace aid good men in the midst of present calamities, so that they are enabled to endure them with a constancy proportioned to their faith. The world's sages affirm that philosophy contri butes something to this,that philosophy which, according to Cicero, the gods have bestowed in its purity only on a few men. They have never given, he says, nor can ever give, a greater gift to men. So that even those against whom we are disputing have been compelled to acknowledge, in some fashion, that the grace of God is necessary for the acquisition, not, indeed, of any philosophy, but of the true philosophy. And if the true philosophythis sole support against the miseries of this lifehas been given by Heaven only to a few, it sufficiently appears from this that the human race has been condemned to pay this penalty of wretchedness. And as, according to their acknowledgment, no greater gift has been bestowed by God, so it must be believed that it could be given only by that God whom they themselves recognise as greater than all the gods they worship.
  
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  Some Christians, who have a liking for Plato on account of his magnificent style and the truths which he now and then uttered, say that he even held an opinion similar to our own regarding the resurrection of the dead. Cicero, however, alluding to this in his Republic, asserts that Plato meant it rather as a playful fancy than as a reality; for he introduces a man[1026] who had come to life again, and gave a narrative of his experience in corroboration of the doctrines of Plato. Labeo, too, says that two men died on one day, and met at a cross-road, and that, being afterwards ordered to return to their bodies, they agreed to be friends for life, and were so till they died again. But the resurrection which these writers instance resembles that of those persons whom we have ourselves known to rise again, and who came back indeed to this life, but not so as never to die again. Marcus Varro, however, in his work On the Origin of the Roman People, records something more remarkable; I think his own words should be given. "Certain astrologers," he says, "have written that men are destined to a new birth, which the Greeks call palingenesy. This will take place after four hundred and forty years have elapsed; and then the same soul and the same body, which were formerly united in the person, shall again be reunited." This Varro, indeed, or those nameless astrologers,for he does not give us the names[Pg 534] of the men whose statement he cites,have affirmed what is indeed not altoge ther true; for once the souls have returned to the bodies they wore, they shall never afterwards leave them. Yet what they say upsets and demolishes much of that idle talk of our adversaries about the impossibility of the resurrection. For those who have been or are of this opinion, have not thought it possible that bodies which have dissolved into air, or dust, or ashes, or water, or into the bodies of the beasts or even of the men that fed on them, should be restored again to that which they formerly were. And therefore, if Plato and Porphyry, or rather, if their disciples now living, agree with us that holy souls shall return to the body, as Plato says, and that, nevertheless, they shall not return to misery, as Porphyry maintains,if they accept the consequence of these two propositions which is taught by the Christian faith, that they shall receive bodies in which they may live eternally without suffering any misery,let them also adopt from Varro the opinion that they shall return to the same bodies as they were formerly in, and thus the whole question of the eternal resurrection of the body shall be resolved out of their own mouths.
  

BOOK XXI. - Of the eternal punishment of the wicked in hell, and of the various objections urged against it, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  
  Some, however, of those against whom we are defending the city of God, think it unjust that any man be doomed to an eternal punishment for sins which, no matter how great they were, were perpetrated in a brief space of time; as if any law ever regulated the duration of the punishment by the duration of the offence punished! Cicero tells us that the laws recognise eight kinds of penalty,damages, imprisonment, scourging, reparation,[874] disgrace, exile, death, slavery. Is there any one of these which may be compressed into a brevity proportioned to the rapid commission of the offence, so that no longer time may be spent in its punishment than in its perpetration, unless, perhaps, reparation? For this requires that the offender suffer what he did, as that clause of the law says, "Eye for eye, tooth for tooth."[875] For certainly it is possible for an offender to lose his eye by the severity of legal retaliation in as brief a time as he deprived another of his eye by the cruelty of his own lawlessness. But if scourging be a reasonable penalty for kissing another man's wife, is not the fault of an instant visited with long hours of atonement, and the momentary delight punished with lasting pain? What shall we say of imprisonment? Must the criminal be confined only for so long a time as he spent on the offence for which he is committed? or is not a penalty of many years' confinement imposed on the slave who has provoked his master with a word, or has struck him a blow that is quickly over? And as to damages, disgrace, exile, slavery, which are commonly inflicted so as to admit of no relaxation or pardon, do not these resemble eternal punishments in so far as this short life allows a resemblance? For they are not eternal only because the[Pg 437] life in which they are endured is not eternal; and yet the crimes which are punished with these most protracted sufferings are perpetrated in a very brief space of time. Nor is there any one who would suppose that the pains of punishment should occupy as short a time as the offence; or that murder, adultery, sacrilege, or any other crime, should be measured, not by the enormity of the injury or wickedness, but by the length of time spent in its perpetration. Then as to the award of death for any great crime, do the laws reckon the punishment to consist in the brief moment in which death is inflicted, or in this, that the offender is eternally banished from the society of the living? And just as the punishment of the first death cuts men off from this present mortal city, so does the punishment of the second death cut men off from that future immortal city. For as the laws of this present city do not provide for the executed criminal's return to it, so neither is he who is condemned to the second death recalled again to life everlasting. But if temporal sin is visited with eternal punishment, how, then, they say, is that true which your Christ says, "With the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again?"[876] and they do not observe that "the same measure" refers, not to an equal space of time, but to the retri bution of evil, or, in other words, to the law by which he who has done evil suffers evil. Besides, these words could be appropriately understood as referring to the matter of which our Lord was speaking when He used them, viz. judgments and condemnation. Thus, if he who unjustly judges and condemns is himself justly judged and condemned, he receives "with the same measure" though not the same thing as he gave. For judgment he gave, and judgment he receives, though the judgment he gave was unjust, the judgment he receives just.
  

COSA - BOOK III, #The Confessions of Saint Augustine, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  vainglorious end, a joy in human vanity. In the ordinary course of
  study, I fell upon a certain book of Cicero, whose speech almost all
  admire, not so his heart. This book of his contains an exhortation

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--- Overview of noun cicero

The noun cicero has 2 senses (no senses from tagged texts)
                  
1. cicero ::: (a linear unit of the size of type slightly larger than an em)
2. Cicero, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Tully ::: (a Roman statesman and orator remembered for his mastery of Latin prose (106-43 BC))




--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun cicero

2 senses of cicero                          

Sense 1
cicero
   => linear unit, linear measure
     => unit of measurement, unit
       => definite quantity
         => measure, quantity, amount
           => abstraction, abstract entity
             => entity

Sense 2
Cicero, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Tully
   INSTANCE OF=> orator, speechmaker, rhetorician, public speaker, speechifier
     => speaker, talker, utterer, verbalizer, verbaliser
       => articulator
         => communicator
           => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
             => organism, being
               => living thing, animate thing
                 => whole, unit
                   => object, physical object
                     => physical entity
                       => entity
             => causal agent, cause, causal agency
               => physical entity
                 => entity
   INSTANCE OF=> statesman, solon, national leader
     => politician, politico, pol, political leader
       => leader
         => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
           => organism, being
             => living thing, animate thing
               => whole, unit
                 => object, physical object
                   => physical entity
                     => entity
           => causal agent, cause, causal agency
             => physical entity
               => entity




--- Hyponyms of noun cicero
                                    




--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun cicero

2 senses of cicero                          

Sense 1
cicero
   => linear unit, linear measure

Sense 2
Cicero, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Tully
   INSTANCE OF=> orator, speechmaker, rhetorician, public speaker, speechifier
   INSTANCE OF=> statesman, solon, national leader










--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun cicero

2 senses of cicero                          

Sense 1
cicero
  -> linear unit, linear measure
   => long measure
   => astronomy unit
   => metric linear unit
   => nautical linear unit
   => inch, in
   => foot, ft
   => footer
   => yard, pace
   => yarder
   => perch, rod, pole
   => furlong
   => mile, statute mile, stat mi, land mile, international mile, mi
   => miler
   => half mile, 880 yards
   => quarter mile, 440 yards
   => league
   => ligne
   => nail
   => archine
   => kos, coss
   => vara
   => verst
   => cable, cable length, cable's length
   => chain
   => cubit
   => finger, fingerbreadth, finger's breadth, digit
   => fistmele
   => body length
   => handbreadth, handsbreadth
   => head
   => lea
   => li
   => link
   => mesh
   => mil
   => mile, mil, Swedish mile
   => mile, Roman mile
   => Roman pace
   => geometric pace
   => military pace
   => palm
   => span
   => survey mile
   => fathom, fthm
   => point
   => em, pica em, pica
   => en, nut
   => cicero

Sense 2
Cicero, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Tully
  -> orator, speechmaker, rhetorician, public speaker, speechifier
   => eulogist, panegyrist
   => elocutionist
   => haranguer
   => spellbinder
   => tub-thumper
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Cicero, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Tully
   HAS INSTANCE=> Demosthenes
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Isocrates
  -> statesman, solon, national leader
   => elder statesman
   => Founding Father
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton
   HAS INSTANCE=> Havel, Vaclav Havel
   HAS INSTANCE=> Hindenburg, Paul von Hindenburg, Paul Ludwig von Beneckendorff und von Hindenburg
   HAS INSTANCE=> Ho Chi Minh, Nguyen Tat Thanh
   HAS INSTANCE=> Jinnah, Muhammad Ali Jinnah
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Mubarak, Hosni Mubarak
   HAS INSTANCE=> Nansen, Fridtjof Nansen
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Pitt, William Pitt, Second Earl of Chatham, Pitt the Younger
   HAS INSTANCE=> Pompey, Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, Pompey the Great
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Sadat, Anwar Sadat, Anwar el-Sadat
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   HAS INSTANCE=> Smuts, Jan Christian Smuts
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--- Grep of noun cicero
cicero
cicerone
marcus tullius cicero





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Wikipedia - 1190 AM -- Medium-wave radio frequency
Wikipedia - 1905 Russian Revolution -- Wave of political and social unrest in areas of the Russian Empire
Wikipedia - 1976 British Isles heat wave -- Heat wave 1976
Wikipedia - 1985 North American cold wave -- Meteorological event
Wikipedia - 1995 Great Britain and Ireland heat wave -- 1995 heat wave in the British Isles
Wikipedia - 2000 Southern United States heat wave -- Extreme weather event
Wikipedia - 2003 European heat wave -- Heat wave
Wikipedia - 2014 Swedish heat wave -- 2014 meteorological event
Wikipedia - 2018-2020 Nicaraguan protests -- Wave of protests in Nicaragua
Wikipedia - 2018 British Isles cold wave -- Cold wave in Europe in February-March 2018
Wikipedia - 2019 heat wave in India and Pakistan -- Severe heatwave in India
Wikipedia - 50 Foot Wave -- Band that plays alternative rock
Wikipedia - Acoustics -- Branch of physics involving mechanical waves
Wikipedia - Adobe Shockwave Player
Wikipedia - Adobe Shockwave
Wikipedia - A Flock of Seagulls -- English new wave and synth-pop band
Wikipedia - Air burst -- Detonation of an explosive above a target for increased pressure wave damage
Wikipedia - Airwaves (Brett Kissel song) -- 2015 song by Brett Kissel
Wikipedia - Airwave Wave -- Austrian paraglider design
Wikipedia - Air Wave -- Fictional superhero in the DC Comics universe
Wikipedia - Airy wave theory -- A linearised description of the propagation of gravity waves on the surface of a homogeneous fluid layer
Wikipedia - All-in professional wrestling -- First wave of professional wrestling in the United Kingdom
Wikipedia - Alpha wave -- Neural oscillations in the frequency range of 8-12 H
Wikipedia - Amplitude modulation -- Radio modulation via wave amplitude
Wikipedia - Amur Waves -- Waltz by Max Kyuss
Wikipedia - Antarctic Circumpolar Wave -- A coupled ocean/atmosphere wave that circles the Southern Ocean eastward in approximately eight years
Wikipedia - Anti-Jewish violence in Czechoslovakia (1918-1920) -- Wave of anti-Jewish rioting and violence in Czechoslovakia
Wikipedia - Apache Wave -- Software framework for real-time collaborative editing online
Wikipedia - Aquaman: Power Wave -- Roller coaster at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas.
Wikipedia - Archibald Wavell, 1st Earl Wavell
Wikipedia - Artificial wave -- Human-made waves usually created on a specially designed surface or in a pool
Wikipedia - Ataraxia (band) -- Italian neoclassical dark wave band
Wikipedia - Atomic orbital -- A wave function for one electron in an atom having certain ''n'' and ''M-bM-^DM-^S'' quantum numbers
Wikipedia - Australian New Wave
Wikipedia - Ava Anderson, Viscountess Waverley -- 20th-century English political and social hostess
Wikipedia - Avik Bhattacharya -- Microwave remote sensing specialist
Wikipedia - Backward-wave oscillator
Wikipedia - Ballantine scale -- A biologically defined scale for measuring the degree of exposure level of wave action on a rocky shore
Wikipedia - Bandwidth-limited pulse -- Type of wave pulse
Wikipedia - Beach ridge -- Wave-swept or wave-deposited ridge running parallel to a shoreline
Wikipedia - Beam sea -- A sea in which waves are moving perpendicular to a vessel's course
Wikipedia - Belgian UFO wave -- Series of UFO sightings
Wikipedia - Beta wave -- A neural oscillation in the brain with a frequency range of between 12.5 and 30 Hz
Wikipedia - Between the Stars and Waves -- Album by Rivermaya
Wikipedia - Big wave surfing -- Surfing waves at least 20 ft high
Wikipedia - Bjerknes force -- Translational forces on bubbles in a sound wave
Wikipedia - Blacklight -- Light fixture that emits long-wave ultraviolet light and very little visible light
Wikipedia - Black Tape for a Blue Girl -- Band that plays dark wave
Wikipedia - Blackwave. -- Belgian hip-hop duo
Wikipedia - Blast wave
Wikipedia - Blowhole (geology) -- Hole at the top of a sea-cave which allows waves to force water or spray out of the hole
Wikipedia - Blueshift -- Decrease in wavelength of electromagnetic radiation
Wikipedia - Boussinesq approximation (water waves) -- An approximation valid for weakly non-linear and fairly long waves
Wikipedia - Bow sea -- Waves which approach a vessel at an angle between ahead and abeam
Wikipedia - Bow wave -- The wave that forms at the bow of a ship when it moves through the water
Wikipedia - Brain Wave (character) -- DC Comics characters
Wikipedia - Brainwave (character) -- DC Comics characters
Wikipedia - Brainwave entrainment
Wikipedia - Brave New Waves -- Canadian radio program
Wikipedia - Breaking the Waves -- 1996 film by Lars von Trier
Wikipedia - Breaking wave -- A wave that becomes unstable as a consequence of excessive steepness
Wikipedia - Breit equation -- Relativistic wave equation derived by Gregory Breit in 1929
Wikipedia - Bridged by a Lightwave -- Single by Deadmau5 and Kiesza
Wikipedia - Brisom -- Filipino synthwave pop band
Wikipedia - British New Wave
Wikipedia - By the Sad Sea Waves -- 1917 film
Wikipedia - California (Wave song) -- 2001 single by Wave
Wikipedia - Can You Wave Bye-Bye? -- 2007 Canadian short film
Wikipedia - Capillary wave -- Wave on the surface of a fluid, dominated by surface tension
Wikipedia - Carrier wave -- Waveform (usually sinusoidal) that is modulated (modified) with an input signal for the purpose of conveying information
Wikipedia - Category:Dark wave
Wikipedia - Category:Ethereal wave
Wikipedia - Category:WAVES personnel
Wikipedia - Cavity magnetron -- Device for generating microwaves
Wikipedia - Central Coast Waves -- Rugby union team in Central Coast, New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Centre wavelength -- Power-weighted mean wavelength
Wikipedia - CFRX -- Shortwave radio station in Toronto
Wikipedia - CFVP -- Shortwave rebroadcaster of CKMX radio in Calgary, Alberta
Wikipedia - Characteristic impedance -- Ratio of the amplitudes of voltage and current of a single wave propagating along a transmission line
Wikipedia - Chillai Kalan -- Cold waves in Kashmir
Wikipedia - Chillwave -- Electronic pop genre from the late 2000s
Wikipedia - CHU (radio station) -- Canadian shortwave time signal radio station
Wikipedia - CKCX -- Former CBC shortwave radio station near Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada
Wikipedia - Clapotis -- A non-breaking standing wave pattern
Wikipedia - Cliffed coast -- A form of coast where the action of marine waves has formed steep cliffs that may or may not be precipitous
Wikipedia - Cnoidal wave -- A nonlinear and exact periodic wave solution of the Korteweg-de Vries equation
Wikipedia - Coastal erosion -- The loss or displacement of land along the coastline due to the action of waves, currents, tides. wind-driven water, waterborne ice, or other impacts of storms
Wikipedia - Cold wave (music)
Wikipedia - Coldwave
Wikipedia - Cold wave -- Weather phenomenon
Wikipedia - Collapse of the wavefunction
Wikipedia - Color vision -- Ability of animals to perceive differences between light composed of different wavelengths independently of light intensity
Wikipedia - Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-wave Astronomy -- Astronomical instrument
Wikipedia - Common wave -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Common white wave -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Compton wavelength
Wikipedia - Comwave -- Canadian telecommunications reseller
Wikipedia - Conservative wave
Wikipedia - Coriolis-Stokes force -- A forcing of the mean flow in a rotating fluid due to interaction of the Coriolis effect and wave-induced Stokes drift
Wikipedia - Cosmic microwave background radiation
Wikipedia - Cosmic microwave background -- Electromagnetic radiation as a remnant from an early stage of the universe in Big Bang cosmology
Wikipedia - Craik-Leibovich vortex force -- A forcing of the mean flow through wave-current interaction
Wikipedia - Creative Wave Blaster -- MIDI synthesizer
Wikipedia - Crimewave -- 1986 film by Sam Raimi
Wikipedia - Cross sea -- A sea state with two wave systems traveling at oblique angles
Wikipedia - Cyclic salt -- Salt carried by the wind from breaking waves and deposited on land
Wikipedia - Czechoslovak New Wave -- Filmmaking movement in 1960s Czechoslovakia
Wikipedia - Dark nebula -- Type of interstellar cloud so dense that it obscures the visible wavelengths of light from objects behind it
Wikipedia - Dark wave
Wikipedia - Daubechies wavelet -- Orthogonal wavelets
Wikipedia - Davey Wavey -- American YouTuber
Wikipedia - DCF77 -- German longwave time signal and standard-frequency radio station
Wikipedia - Delhi Waveriders -- Field hockey franchise based in Delhi, India
Wikipedia - Delta waves
Wikipedia - Delta wave -- A high amplitude low frequency brain wave
Wikipedia - Demodulation -- Process of extracting the original information-bearing signal from a carrier wave
Wikipedia - Dielectric heating -- Heating using radio waves
Wikipedia - Diffraction -- Phenomenon of the motion of waves
Wikipedia - Discovery of cosmic microwave background radiation
Wikipedia - Discrete wavelet transform
Wikipedia - Dispersion (water waves) -- Generally refers to frequency dispersion, which means that waves of different wavelengths travel at different phase speeds
Wikipedia - Distributed Bragg reflector -- Structure used in waveguides
Wikipedia - Dog Police -- 1980s American new wave band
Wikipedia - Dominant wavelength -- any monochromatic spectral light that evokes the corresponding opposite perception of hue
Wikipedia - Don't Make Waves -- 1967 film by Alexander Mackendrick
Wikipedia - Doppler effect -- Frequency change of a wave for observer relative to its source
Wikipedia - Draft:Narayanarao Bhogapurapu -- Indian researcher working on microwave remote sensing and agriculture applications
Wikipedia - Draft:UnionWave Entertainment -- South Korean entertainment company
Wikipedia - Draupner wave -- A rogue wave which hit the Draupner platform in the North Sea on 1 January 1995
Wikipedia - Drogas Wave -- 2018 hip hop album by Lupe Fiasco
Wikipedia - Duran Duran -- English new wave band
Wikipedia - D-Wave Systems -- Canadian Quantum Computing Company
Wikipedia - Echo sounding -- Measuring the depth of water by transmitting sound waves into water and timing the return
Wikipedia - Edge wave -- A surface gravity wave fixed by refraction against a rigid boundary, often a shoaling beach
Wikipedia - Educational Broadband Service -- Microwave TV channel band
Wikipedia - Electoral district of Waverley -- former state electoral district of New South Wales, Australia
Wikipedia - Electromagnetic radiation -- Form of energy emitted and absorbed by particles which are charged which shows wave-like behavior as it travels through space
Wikipedia - Electromagnetic wave equation
Wikipedia - Electromagnetic waves
Wikipedia - Electromagnetic wave
Wikipedia - ElOrgNewWave -- live album by ElektriM-DM-^Mni Orgazam
Wikipedia - Embedded Zerotrees of Wavelet transforms
Wikipedia - Epeirogenic movement -- Upheavals or depressions of land exhibiting long wavelengths and little folding
Wikipedia - Equatorial Rossby wave -- Very long, low frequency waves found near the equator
Wikipedia - Equatorial wave -- Ocean waves trapped close to the equator
Wikipedia - Escalator of Life -- 1982 new wave song by Robert Hazard
Wikipedia - Ethereal wave
Wikipedia - Eugene Weavers' Guild -- Non-profit organization for wavers and fiber artists
Wikipedia - Extreme ultraviolet lithography -- Lithographic technique using an extreme ultraviolet (EUV) wavelength, usually 13.5 nm.
Wikipedia - Extreme ultraviolet -- Ultraviolet light with a wavelength of 10-121nm
Wikipedia - Face to Face (new wave band) -- American New Wave band of the 1970s/1980s
Wikipedia - Faraday wave -- Ripples on liquid within a vibrating receptacle
Wikipedia - Fay Ray (band) -- Welsh new wave band
Wikipedia - First observation of gravitational waves -- Gravitational wave event
Wikipedia - First-wave feminism -- Feminist history during the late 19th and early 20th centuries
Wikipedia - First-wave feminist
Wikipedia - Flags and Waves
Wikipedia - Flying Scotsman (train) -- London King's Cross to Edinburgh Waverley passenger train
Wikipedia - Following sea -- A wave direction that matches the heading of a vessel
Wikipedia - Fourth-wave feminism -- Phase of feminism
Wikipedia - Freestyle (Rod Wave song) -- 2020 single by Rod Wave
Wikipedia - French New Wave -- Movement in French cinema
Wikipedia - Frequency modulation -- Encoding of information in a carrier wave by varying the instantaneous frequency of the wave
Wikipedia - Fujitsu Red Wave
Wikipedia - Function generator -- Electronic test equipment used to generate electrical waveforms--
Wikipedia - Fundamentalism -- Unwavering attachment to a set of irreducible beliefs
Wikipedia - Gabriella Bosco -- Italian engineer and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Lightwave Technology
Wikipedia - Gamma wave -- A pattern of neural oscillation in humans with a frequency between 25 and 140 Hz
Wikipedia - Girl of My Dreams (Rod Wave song) -- 2020 single by Rod Wave
Wikipedia - G.I.T. -- Argentine new wave supergroup
Wikipedia - Goubau line -- Single wire transmission line used to conduct radio waves at UHF and microwave frequencies
Wikipedia - Gravitational soliton -- Wave in general relativity
Wikipedia - Gravitational-wave astronomy
Wikipedia - Gravitational wave background
Wikipedia - Gravitational-wave observatory
Wikipedia - Gravitational waves
Wikipedia - Gravitational wave -- Propagating spacetime ripple
Wikipedia - Gravity wave -- Wave in or at the interface between fluids where gravity is the main equilibrium force
Wikipedia - Great European immigration wave to Argentina -- Major immigration event took place in the late 19th and early 20th century
Wikipedia - Great Freeze -- Consecutive record cold waves in Florida, 1894-1895
Wikipedia - Green's law -- Equation describing evolution of waves in shallow water
Wikipedia - GW190521 -- Gravitational wave observation
Wikipedia - Haar wavelet
Wikipedia - Haircut One Hundred -- British new wave/jazz-funk group
Wikipedia - Haystack Observatory -- American microwave observatory owned by MIT
Wikipedia - Head sea -- Waves approaching from ahead
Wikipedia - Heart on Ice -- 2019 single by Rod Wave
Wikipedia - Heart on Wave -- 2000 single by Dream
Wikipedia - Heat Wave (Alphabeat song) -- Alphabeat single
Wikipedia - Heatwave (band) -- U.K. based funk/disco band
Wikipedia - Heatwave (English band) -- British pop group
Wikipedia - Heatwave (festival) -- Rock festival
Wikipedia - Heatwave Interactive -- Video game developer
Wikipedia - Heat Wave (Martha and the Vandellas song) -- Song
Wikipedia - Heat wave of 1995 derecho series -- Weather event
Wikipedia - Heat wave of 2006 derecho series -- Series of weather events
Wikipedia - Heat wave -- Prolonged period of excessively hot weather
Wikipedia - Heatwave (Wiley song) -- 2012 single by Wiley
Wikipedia - High-field asymmetric-waveform ion-mobility spectrometry -- chemical analysis technique
Wikipedia - Hiss (electromagnetic) -- An electromagnetic wave phenomenon
Wikipedia - Hmwaveke language -- Austronesian language spoken in New Caledonia
Wikipedia - Hobie Wave -- Sailboat class
Wikipedia - Hong Kong New Wave
Wikipedia - Hull speed -- The speed at which the wavelength of a vessel's bow wave is equal to the waterline length
Wikipedia - Hundred-year wave -- A statistically projected water wave, the height of which, on average, is met or exceeded once in a hundred years for a given location
Wikipedia - IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques -- Journal
Wikipedia - Index of wave articles -- Wikipedia index
Wikipedia - Indochine (band) -- French pop rock and new wave band
Wikipedia - Indonesian People's Wave Party -- political party in Indonesia
Wikipedia - Infragravity wave -- Surface gravity waves with frequencies lower than the wind waves
Wikipedia - Ingoy radio transmitter -- Longwave transmitter
Wikipedia - Inhomogeneous electromagnetic wave equation
Wikipedia - Instantaneous wave-free ratio -- Diagnostic tool used to assess whether a stenosis is causing a limitation of blood flow in coronary arteries with subsequent ischemia
Wikipedia - Interference (wave propagation)
Wikipedia - Internal tide -- Internal waves at a tidal frequency generated as surface tides move stratified water up and down a slope
Wikipedia - Internal wave -- Gravity waves that oscillate within a fluid medium with density variation with depth, rather than on the surface
Wikipedia - Iranian New Wave
Wikipedia - Iribarren number -- A dimensionless parameter used to model several effects of breaking surface gravity waves on beaches and coastal structures.
Wikipedia - It's a Beat Wave -- album by Warp 9
Wikipedia - January 2017 European cold wave -- Period of cold weather in Central and Eastern Europe
Wikipedia - January-February 2019 North American cold wave -- late-January 2019 fatal cold wave in the U.S. and Canada caused by the severe weakening of the Arctic polar vortex
Wikipedia - Japanese New Wave
Wikipedia - Joan Straumanis -- Academic administrator, philosopher, second-wave feminist
Wikipedia - John Anderson, 3rd Viscount Waverley -- British Viscount
Wikipedia - Journal of Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves -- Journal
Wikipedia - Joywave -- American indie rock band from Rochester, New York
Wikipedia - J wave -- An abnormal electrocardiogram finding
Wikipedia - J-Wave -- Radio station in Tokyo
Wikipedia - Ka band -- Portion of the microwave part of the electromagnetic spectrum (26.5-40 gigahertz)
Wikipedia - KAGRA -- Japanese underground gravitational wave detector
Wikipedia - Kajagoogoo -- British new wave band
Wikipedia - KDAC -- A radio station broadcasting a classic hits format in the medium-wave band to Fort Bragg, California (US) and the immediate vicinity
Wikipedia - KDPM (Cleveland) -- Former experimental shortwave radio station in Cleveland, Ohio
Wikipedia - Kelvin wave -- A wave in the ocean or atmosphere that balances Coriolis force against a topographic boundary such as a coastline
Wikipedia - King Apparatus -- Canadian third-wave ska band
Wikipedia - King Canute and the waves
Wikipedia - Klewang-class fast attack craft -- Stealth wave-piercing trimaran carbon fast attack craft
Wikipedia - KNLS -- Shortwave radio station near Anchor Point, Alaska
Wikipedia - Kondratiev wave -- Hypothesized cycle-like phenomena in the modern world economy
Wikipedia - Korean wave -- Increase in global popularity of South Korean culture since the 1990s
Wikipedia - Korteweg-de Vries equation -- Mathematical model of waves on a shallow water surface
Wikipedia - KWAY-FM -- Radio station in Waverly, Iowa
Wikipedia - Langmuir waves
Wikipedia - Laser Interferometer Space Antenna -- European space mission to measure gravitational waves
Wikipedia - Lehmann discontinuity -- An abrupt increase of P-wave and S-wave velocities at the depth of 220M-BM-130 km
Wikipedia - Letter from Houston -- 2020 song by Rod Wave
Wikipedia - Light therapy -- Treatment for seasonal affective disorder or exposure of the skin to specific wavelengths of light
Wikipedia - LightWave 3D
Wikipedia - Light wave
Wikipedia - Lightwave
Wikipedia - LIGO -- Gravitational wave detector
Wikipedia - Lincolnshire Poacher (numbers station) -- Shortwave radio station
Wikipedia - List of astronomical interferometers at visible and infrared wavelengths -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of First Wave episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of gravitational wave observations -- List of gravitational wave detections
Wikipedia - List of heat waves -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Indian heat waves -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of new wave artists
Wikipedia - List of new wave of American heavy metal bands -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of new wave of British heavy metal bands -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Old Boys of Waverley College -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of rogue waves -- Incidents of known and likely rogue waves
Wikipedia - List of ships named PS Waverley -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of shortwave radio broadcasters -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Tulane Green Wave bowl games -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of wavelet-related transforms -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Waverley/Melbourne Reds players -- Wikimedia list article
Wikipedia - List of waves named after people -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Wizards of Waverly Place characters -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Wizards of Waverly Place episodes -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - Longitudinal wave
Wikipedia - Long May It Wave -- 1914 film
Wikipedia - Longshore current -- A current parallel to the shoreline caused by waves approaching at an angle to the shoreline
Wikipedia - Long waves
Wikipedia - Longwave -- Radio transmission using wavelengths above 1000 m
Wikipedia - Love Shine a Light -- 1997 song by Katrina and the Waves
Wikipedia - Love waves
Wikipedia - Lower shoreface -- The portion of the seafloor, and the sedimentary depositional environment, that lies below the everyday wave base
Wikipedia - Luke's variational principle -- Mathematical description of the motion of surface waves on a fluid with a free surface, under the action of gravity.
Wikipedia - Magnon -- Spin 1 quasiparticle; quantum of a spin wave
Wikipedia - Making Waves: Irving Dardik and His Superwave Principle -- Book by Roger Lewin
Wikipedia - Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound -- 2019 documentary film
Wikipedia - Making Waves (TV series) -- Television series
Wikipedia - Many-worlds interpretation -- Interpretation of quantum mechanics which denies the collapse of the wavefunction
Wikipedia - Marine heatwave -- Oceanic warm temperature event
Wikipedia - Martin Wave -- Swedish songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, singer & music producer
Wikipedia - Maser -- Microwave Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation
Wikipedia - Matter wave
Wikipedia - Maximum usable frequency -- Highest radio frequency that can be used for skywave radio transmission
Wikipedia - Maya Gabeira -- Brazilian big wave surfer
Wikipedia - Mechanical wave
Wikipedia - Medical applications of radio frequency -- Medical applications of radiating waves
Wikipedia - Medium wave -- Radio transmission using wavelengths 200-1000 m
Wikipedia - Megatsunami -- A very large wave created by a large, sudden displacement of material into a body of water
Wikipedia - Men Without Hats -- Canadian synthpop and new wave band
Wikipedia - Meteotsunami -- Tsunami-like wave of meteorological origin
Wikipedia - Microwave auditory effect
Wikipedia - Microwave engineering
Wikipedia - Microwave limb sounder -- Satellite measurement technique
Wikipedia - Microwave ovens
Wikipedia - Microwave oven -- Kitchen cooking appliance
Wikipedia - Microwave power meter -- Electrical test equipment
Wikipedia - Microwave radar
Wikipedia - Microwave transmission
Wikipedia - Microwave -- Electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths from 1 m to 1 mm
Wikipedia - Mild-slope equation -- Combined effects of diffraction and refraction for water waves propagating over variable depth and with lateral boundaries
Wikipedia - Millimeter wave
Wikipedia - Minimal wave
Wikipedia - Minor Detail -- Irish new wave band
Wikipedia - Modulational instability -- A phenomenon whereby deviations from a periodic waveform are reinforced by nonlinearity
Wikipedia - Modulation -- Process of varying one or more properties of a periodic waveform
Wikipedia - Molecular orbital -- Wave-like behavior of an electron in a molecule
Wikipedia - Moti Special -- German new wave band
Wikipedia - Multilateration -- Navigation and surveillance technique for determining a 'vehicle's' position based on measurements of the times of arrival of waves having a known propagation speed ''to'' or ''from'' (respectively) stations with synchronized clocks at known locations.
Wikipedia - Multiple scattering theory -- Mathematical theory that describes the scattering of partical waves
Wikipedia - Mush zone -- mediumwave broadcasting region
Wikipedia - Mu wave
Wikipedia - MV Brigitte Bardot -- 35m wave-piercing power trimaran
Wikipedia - MY Ady Gil -- 24m wave-piercing power trimaran
Wikipedia - Mystery airship -- Wave of UFO sightings in the USA in 1886/87.
Wikipedia - My Wave -- Song by Soundgarden
Wikipedia - Naked Eyes -- British new wave duo
Wikipedia - Negative-index metamaterial -- Metamaterials whose refractive index for an electromagnetic wave has a negative value over some frequency range
Wikipedia - Neoclassical dark wave
Wikipedia - Neue Deutsche Welle -- Genre of German music originally derived from punk rock and new wave music
Wikipedia - Neural oscillation -- Brainwaves, repetitive patterns of neural activity in the central nervous system
Wikipedia - Never Wave at a WAC -- 1953 film by Norman Z. McLeod
Wikipedia - New Wave (design)
Wikipedia - New Wave Hookers -- 1984 film
Wikipedia - New wave music in Yugoslavia
Wikipedia - New wave music -- 1970s music genre
Wikipedia - New wave of British heavy metal -- Heavy metal movement of the late 1970s and early 1980s
Wikipedia - New wave of new wave
Wikipedia - New Wave Productions -- Pan-Arab music company
Wikipedia - New Wave science fiction
Wikipedia - New Wave Theatre
Wikipedia - Nextwave -- Fictional comic book series
Wikipedia - Nigel de Wavere
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Wikipedia - Non-directional beacon -- Radio transmitter which emits radio waves in all directions, used as a navigational aid
Wikipedia - North American Regional Broadcasting Agreement -- 1941 AM/mediumwave radio station allocation agreement
Wikipedia - No Wave Cinema -- American film movement from the 1970s and 1980s
Wikipedia - No wave -- Music genre
Wikipedia - Numbers station -- Shortwave radio stations broadcasting only numbers
Wikipedia - Odd radio circle -- unexplained circular astronomical object detected only by radio waves
Wikipedia - On the Waves of Happiness -- 1920 film
Wikipedia - Openwave -- American mobile data software company
Wikipedia - Optical computing -- Computer that uses photons or light waves
Wikipedia - Optical instrument -- Scientific instrument using light waves for image viewing
Wikipedia - Optical waveguide
Wikipedia - Optical Waves in Layered Media -- Textbook by Pochi Yeh
Wikipedia - Orthomode transducer -- Component for guiding radio waves
Wikipedia - Ortoiroid people -- Second wave of human settlers of the Caribbean
Wikipedia - Overtaking sea -- A sea in which waves approach from astern at a speed faster than the vessel
Wikipedia - Pana Wave -- Japanese new religious group
Wikipedia - Paper Thin (Illenium, Tom DeLonge and Angels & Airwaves song) -- 2020 song by Illenium, Tom DeLonge and Angels & Airwaves
Wikipedia - Passband -- Frequencies or wavelengths that can pass through a filter
Wikipedia - Pepperdine Waves -- Athletic program of Pepperdine University, United States
Wikipedia - Permanent Wave (film) -- 1929 animated film
Wikipedia - PGO waves -- Distinctive wave forms of propagating activity between three key brain regions: the pons, lateral geniculate nucleus, and occipital lobe
Wikipedia - Phase (waves)
Wikipedia - Philz Coffee -- US coffee company and coffeehouse chain, considered a major player in third wave coffee
Wikipedia - Phonautograph -- Earliest known device for recording sound, patented 1857, transcribing sound waves onto paper or glass; not originally intended for playback, and first heard in 2008 via digital technology
Wikipedia - Pilot wave
Wikipedia - Planck's law -- Describes the amount of spectral radiance at a certain wavelength radiated by a black body cavity in thermal equilibrium
Wikipedia - Planetary waves
Wikipedia - Planet Waves
Wikipedia - Plane wave
Wikipedia - Plasma Wave Subsystem -- Instrument on board the Voyager space probes
Wikipedia - Pocket Palma -- Croatian synthwave duo
Wikipedia - Polarization (waves) -- Property of waves that can oscillate with more than one orientation
Wikipedia - Pororoca -- A tidal bore, with waves up to 4 metres high that travel as much as 800 km inland upstream on the Amazon River and adjacent rivers
Wikipedia - Pp-wave spacetime
Wikipedia - Pray 4 Love (song) -- 2020 single by Rod Wave
Wikipedia - Pride Shockwave 2006 -- Pride FC MMA event in 2006
Wikipedia - Primary Wave (company) -- US independent talent management, music publishing, film & TV, branding and digital marketing company
Wikipedia - Pro Wrestling Wave -- Japanese women's professional wrestling promotion
Wikipedia - PS Waverley -- 1946-built preserved seagoing paddle steamer
Wikipedia - Pulse detonation engine -- Type of rocket engine that uses detonation waves to combust fuel and oxidizer
Wikipedia - Pulse wave -- A waveform used by synthesizers
Wikipedia - PV-Wave
Wikipedia - P wave (electrocardiography) -- Represents atrial depolarization, which results in atrial contraction
Wikipedia - P-wave
Wikipedia - Quartering sea -- A sea in which waves approach at an angle aft of abeam to a vessel's course
Wikipedia - Radar -- Object detection system using radio waves
Wikipedia - Radiation stress -- The depth-integrated excess momentum flux caused by the presence of the surface gravity waves, which is exerted on the mean flow
Wikipedia - Radiation -- Waves or particles propagating through space or through a medium, carrying energy
Wikipedia - Radio broadcasting -- transmission by radio waves intended to reach a wide audience
Wikipedia - Radio Dabanga -- Sudanese shortwave radio station
Wikipedia - Radiodensity -- Opacity to the radio wave and X-ray portion of the electromagnetic spectrum
Wikipedia - Radio galaxy -- Types of active galactic nuclei that are very luminous at radio wavelengths
Wikipedia - Radio MM-CM-)xico Internacional -- Online and former shortwave radio station in Mexico
Wikipedia - Radio Nikkei -- Japanese national shortwave radio station
Wikipedia - Radio receiver -- Radio device for receiving radio waves and converting them to a useful signal
Wikipedia - Radioropa Info -- German longwave radio station
Wikipedia - Radio waves
Wikipedia - Radio wave -- Type of electromagnetic radiation
Wikipedia - Radio -- Technology of using radio waves to carry information
Wikipedia - Rags2Riches (song) -- 2020 song by Rod Wave
Wikipedia - Raised beach -- A beach or wave-cut platform raised above the shoreline by a relative fall in the sea level
Wikipedia - Rayleigh scattering -- The scattering of electromagnetic radiation by particles smaller than the radiation's wavelength
Wikipedia - Rebecca Gomperts -- Dutch physician and artist, founder of Women on Waves
Wikipedia - Redshift -- Eventual increase of wavelength in radiation during travel
Wikipedia - Reflection (physics) -- Change in direction of a wavefront at an interface between two different media so that the wavefront returns into the medium from which it originated
Wikipedia - Reflectometry -- Use of reflected waves to analyze objects
Wikipedia - Refraction -- Physics; change in direction of a wave
Wikipedia - Renewable energy in Scotland -- Wind, wave, tide and other renewable sources
Wikipedia - Resonant interaction -- Interaction of multiple waves in a nonlinear system
Wikipedia - Revolutionary wave -- Series of revolutions occurring in various locations within a similar time span, generally favouring similar ideologies
Wikipedia - Revolutions of 1917-1923 -- Wave of political unrest and mass revolts in Europe in the aftermath of World War I
Wikipedia - RFA Wave Baron (A242) -- Wave-class oiler of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary
Wikipedia - Riband wave -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Richie Fitzgerald -- Irish big-wave surfer
Wikipedia - Ride Your Wave -- 2019 Japanese animated film
Wikipedia - Rip current -- Narrow current of water that moves directly away from the shore, cutting through the lines of breaking waves
Wikipedia - Ripple marks -- Wave structures created in sediments by bottom current
Wikipedia - Robert Adair, 1st Baron Waveney -- Irish-born British politician
Wikipedia - Rodrigo Koxa -- Brazilian big wave surfer and extreme waterman
Wikipedia - Rod Wave -- American rapper, singer, and songwriter from Florida
Wikipedia - Rogue Wave Software -- American software company
Wikipedia - Rogue wave -- Unexpectedly large transient ocean surface wave
Wikipedia - Rolling Wave planning
Wikipedia - Rolling-wave planning
Wikipedia - Romanian New Wave
Wikipedia - Rossby-gravity waves -- Equatorially trapped waves that carry energy eastwards
Wikipedia - Rossby radius of deformation -- The length scale at which rotational effects become as important as buoyancy or gravity wave effects in the evolution of the flow about some disturbance
Wikipedia - Rossby wave -- A type of inertial wave in the atmospheres and oceans of planets, largely owing their properties to rotation of the planet
Wikipedia - Rugate filter -- Dielectric mirror that selectively reflects a particular wavelength range of light
Wikipedia - R-wave
Wikipedia - Samsung Wave 525 -- Budget smartphone
Wikipedia - Samsung Wave 533 -- Smartphone
Wikipedia - Samsung Wave 723 -- Samsung mobile phone
Wikipedia - Samsung Wave III -- Smartphone
Wikipedia - Samsung Wave Y -- Smartphone
Wikipedia - Sands of Silence: Waves of Courage -- 2016 documentary film
Wikipedia - Sawtooth wave
Wikipedia - Scandroid -- American synthwave music project by multi-instrumentalist Klayton
Wikipedia - Scattering theory -- Method for studying scattering of waves and particles
Wikipedia - Sea cave -- A cave formed by the wave action of the sea and located along present or former coastlines
Wikipedia - Second sound -- Quantum mechanical phenomenon in which heat transfer occurs by wave-like motion
Wikipedia - Second-wave feminism -- Period of feminist activity and thought that began in the early 1960s in the United States
Wikipedia - Second wave of feminism
Wikipedia - Second wave positive psychology
Wikipedia - Seiche -- Standing wave in an enclosed or partially enclosed body of water
Wikipedia - Seismic tomography -- Technique for imaging the subsurface of the Earth with seismic waves produced by earthquakes or explosions
Wikipedia - Seismic waves
Wikipedia - Seismic wave
Wikipedia - Seismology -- scientific study of earthquakes and propagation of elastic waves through a planet
Wikipedia - Shannon wavelet
Wikipedia - Shear waves
Wikipedia - Shockwave (comics)
Wikipedia - Shockwave (Dreamworld) -- Disk'O Coaster in the Dreamworld theme park on the Gold Coast, Australia
Wikipedia - Shock wave -- Propagating disturbance
Wikipedia - Shortwave radio -- Radio transmissions using wavelengths between 10 and 100 m
Wikipedia - Short Waves Festival -- Polish film festival
Wikipedia - Significant wave height -- The mean wave height of the highest third of the waves
Wikipedia - Silver Wave Film Festival -- Canadian film festival
Wikipedia - Sinewave synthesis
Wikipedia - Sine wave -- Mathematical curve that describes a smooth repetitive oscillation; continuous wave
Wikipedia - Sinusoidal plane-wave solutions of the electromagnetic wave equation
Wikipedia - Slater determinant -- Function that can be used to build the wave function of a multi-fermionic system
Wikipedia - Slow-wave potential -- Rhythmic electrophysiological event in the gastrointestinal tract
Wikipedia - Slow-wave sleep
Wikipedia - Small dusty wave -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Small fan-footed wave -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Sneaker wave -- A disproportionately large coastal wave
Wikipedia - Snell's law -- The relation between the angles of incidence and refraction of waves crossing the interface between isotropic media
Wikipedia - Soliton -- a self-reinforcing single wave packet that maintains its shape while it propagates at a constant velocity
Wikipedia - Sommerfeld identity -- Result used in the theory of propagation of waves
Wikipedia - Sonic weapon -- A weapon that uses soundwaves to discomfort, capacitate or kill opponents.
Wikipedia - S.O.S. Tidal Wave -- 1939 film by John H. Auer
Wikipedia - Sound pressure -- Local pressure deviation from the ambient atmospheric pressure, caused by a sound wave
Wikipedia - Sound waves
Wikipedia - Soundwave tattoos -- Type of tattoo design
Wikipedia - Sound wave
Wikipedia - Sound -- Vibration that propagates as an acoustic wave
Wikipedia - Sounwave -- American record producer and songwriter
Wikipedia - Southwold Lighthouse -- Lighthouse in Southwold, Waveney, Suffolk, England
Wikipedia - Spacetime wave packets -- Form of spatially correllated light with unusual optical properties
Wikipedia - Spectral color -- Color evoked by a single wavelength of light in the visible spectrum
Wikipedia - Spectral flux density -- Quantity that describes the rate at which energy is transferred by electromagnetic radiation through a real or virtual surface, per unit surface area and per unit wavelength (or, equivalently, per unit frequency)
Wikipedia - Spectral G-index -- A variable to quantify the short wavelength light in a visible light source
Wikipedia - Spectral sensitivity -- Relative efficiency of detection of a signal as a function of its frequency or wavelength
Wikipedia - Spectral signature -- The variation of reflectance or emittance of a material with respect to wavelengths
Wikipedia - Speed of sound -- Distance travelled during a unit of time by a sound wave propagating through an elastic medium
Wikipedia - Spending wave
Wikipedia - Spindrift -- The spray foam blown from cresting waves
Wikipedia - Square wave -- Type of non-sinusoidal waveform
Wikipedia - Squeeze (band) -- British New Wave band
Wikipedia - Standing wave ratio -- Measure of impedance matching of loads to the characteristic impedance of a transmission line or waveguide
Wikipedia - Standing wave
Wikipedia - Starwisp -- 1985 proposal for microwave sail flyby of a nearby star
Wikipedia - Sterba antenna -- Shortwave transmitting antenna
Wikipedia - Stick Men (punk band) -- Punk rock/no wave band from Philadelphia
Wikipedia - Stokes drift -- Average velocity of a fluid parcel in a gravity wave
Wikipedia - Stokes wave -- A nonlinear and periodic surface wave on an inviscid fluid layer of constant mean depth
Wikipedia - Streamwaves
Wikipedia - Stylex -- Electroclash/new wave band of Ohio
Wikipedia - Substrate integrated waveguide -- A synthetic rectangular electromagnetic waveguide
Wikipedia - Superrock KYOI -- Shortwave radio station in the Northern Mariana Islands
Wikipedia - Surface plasmon polariton -- Electromagnetic waves that travel along an interface
Wikipedia - Surface wave detection
Wikipedia - Surf break -- A permanent obstruction on the seabed which causes waves to break
Wikipedia - Surfing -- Sport that consists of riding a wave
Wikipedia - Surf's Up 2: WaveMania -- 2016 animated feature film
Wikipedia - Surf zone -- The nearshore zone where wave water comes onto the shore
Wikipedia - Surge channel -- A narrow inlet, usually on a rocky shoreline, and is formed by differential erosion of those rocks by coastal wave action
Wikipedia - Surge (wave action) -- The component of wave motion close to and parallel with the bottom
Wikipedia - Surge (waves) -- Transient mass motion in the direction of propagation
Wikipedia - Swavesey railway station -- Former railway station in Cambridgeshire, England
Wikipedia - S-wave
Wikipedia - Swell (ocean) -- A series of waves generated by distant weather systems
Wikipedia - Synthwave (2000s genre)
Wikipedia - Synthwave
Wikipedia - Taiwanese wave
Wikipedia - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Dreamwave Productions) -- Canadian comic book published by Dreamwave Productions between June-December 2003
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Wikipedia - The 5th Wave (film) -- 2016 film by J Blakeson
Wikipedia - The 5th Wave (series) -- Young adult book trilogy by Rick Yancey
Wikipedia - The Cold (rock band) -- American new wave band
Wikipedia - The Conet Project -- Recordings of shortwave radio broadcasts of numeric codes
Wikipedia - The Dark Wave -- 1956 film
Wikipedia - The Great Wave (book) -- 1996 book by historian David Hackett Fischer
Wikipedia - The Great Wave off Kanagawa -- Woodblock print by Hokusai
Wikipedia - The Human League -- English electronic New Wave band
Wikipedia - The Love Boat: The Next Wave
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Wikipedia - The Motels -- American New Wave band
Wikipedia - The Network -- New wave band
Wikipedia - The New Cars -- New wave band from the United States
Wikipedia - The Ninth Wave -- Painting by Ivan AM-CM-/vazovsky
Wikipedia - The Passions (British band) -- British post-punk/new wave band
Wikipedia - The personal is political -- Political rallying slogan and argument derived from second-wave feminism movements
Wikipedia - The Psychedelic Furs -- British new wave band
Wikipedia - The Quads -- English new wave band
Wikipedia - The Shockwave Rider
Wikipedia - The Storm (Notaker song) -- 2018 synthwave song by Notaker
Wikipedia - The Suburbs (band) -- American New Wave/punk band formed in 1977
Wikipedia - Theta waves
Wikipedia - Theta wave -- A neural oscillatory pattern
Wikipedia - The Third Wave (experiment) -- Social experiment on the spread of Nazism
Wikipedia - The Third Wave (Toffler)
Wikipedia - The Tidal Wave -- 1920 film
Wikipedia - The Waitresses -- American new wave band
Wikipedia - The Wave (2015 film) -- 2015 Norwegian disaster film by Roar Uthaug
Wikipedia - The Wave (2018 TV series) -- British game show television series
Wikipedia - The Wave (Arizona) -- Rock formation in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona, United States
Wikipedia - The Waverly Wonders -- Television series
Wikipedia - Third-wave feminism -- Aspect of feminism beginning in the 1990s
Wikipedia - Third wave of coffee -- Movement aiming to enhance coffee diversity
Wikipedia - Third wave of feminism
Wikipedia - Tidal bore -- A water wave traveling upstream a river or narrow bay because of an incoming tide
Wikipedia - Tidal race -- A fast-moving tidal flow passing through a constriction, forming waves, eddies and strong currents
Wikipedia - Timeline of cosmic microwave background astronomy
Wikipedia - Timewave Zero (album)
Wikipedia - Tomography -- Imaging by sections or sectioning using a penetrative wave
Wikipedia - Toronto New Wave
Wikipedia - Transmission curve -- Transmission of a signal or filter as a function of frequency or wavelength
Wikipedia - Transmitter -- Electronic device that emits radio waves
Wikipedia - Transverse wave -- Moving wave whose oscillations are perpendicular to the direction of the wave
Wikipedia - Traveling wave tube
Wikipedia - Traveling-wave tube
Wikipedia - Triangle wave
Wikipedia - Trochoidal wave -- An exact solution of the Euler equations for periodic surface gravity waves
Wikipedia - Tropical instability waves -- A phenomenon in which the interface between areas of warm and cold sea surface temperatures near the equator form a regular pattern of westward-propagating waves
Wikipedia - Tropical wave -- Type of atmospheric trough
Wikipedia - Tsunami -- Series of water waves caused by the displacement of a large volume of a body of water
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Wikipedia - Ultrasound -- Sound waves with frequencies above the human hearing range
Wikipedia - Ultraviolet astronomy -- Observation of electromagnetic radiation at ultraviolet wavelengths
Wikipedia - Ultraviolet -- Electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, but longer than that of X-rays
Wikipedia - Ultrawave -- Hypothetical means of faster-than-light communication
Wikipedia - Undertow (water waves) -- Return flow below (nearshore) water waves.
Wikipedia - Underwater acoustics -- The study of the propagation of sound in water and the interaction of sound waves with the water and its boundaries
Wikipedia - Undular bore -- Wave disturbance in the Earth's atmosphere which can be seen through unique cloud formations
Wikipedia - Universal wavefunction
Wikipedia - Upper shoreface -- The portion of the seafloor that is shallow enough to be agitated by everyday wave action
Wikipedia - Ursell number -- Dimensionless number indicating the nonlinearity of long surface gravity waves on a fluid layer.
Wikipedia - USS Wave -- Ship name
Wikipedia - UVB-76 -- Shortwave radio station
Wikipedia - Vaporwave -- Online musical genre and visual aesthetic
Wikipedia - Vincent Lingiari -- Aboriginal Australian rights activist who led the Wave Hill walk-off from 1967 to 1975
Wikipedia - Walking on Sunshine (Katrina and the Waves song) -- 1985 single by Katrina and the Waves
Wikipedia - Wang Chung (band) -- British new wave band
Wikipedia - War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave -- 2008 film by C. Thomas Howell
Wikipedia - Water waves
Wikipedia - WAUE -- Radio station in Waverly, Alabama
Wikipedia - Wave action (continuum mechanics) -- A conservable measure of the wave part of a motion
Wikipedia - Wave action
Wikipedia - Wave base -- The maximum depth at which a water wave's passage causes significant water motion
Wikipedia - WaveBird Wireless Controller -- Radio frequency-based wireless controller for the GameCube
Wikipedia - Wave Broadband
Wikipedia - Wave Chow -- Chinese journalist
Wikipedia - Wave-current interaction -- The interaction between surface gravity waves and a mean flow
Wikipedia - Wave-cut platform -- The narrow flat area often found at the base of a sea cliff or along the shoreline of a lake, bay, or sea that was created by erosion
Wikipedia - Waved woodpecker -- Species of bird
Wikipedia - Wave equation
Wikipedia - Wave farm
Wikipedia - Wave field synthesis -- Technique for creating virtual acoustic environments
Wikipedia - Waveform (podcast) -- Technology podcast hosted by Marques Brownlee
Wikipedia - Waveform
Wikipedia - WaveFrame AudioFrame -- Digital audio workstation
Wikipedia - Wavefront expansion algorithm -- path planner similar to potential field method with breadth first search modification
Wikipedia - Wavefront .obj file -- Geometry definition file format
Wikipedia - Wavefront
Wikipedia - Wave function collapse
Wikipedia - Wavefunction collapse
Wikipedia - Wave-function
Wikipedia - Wavefunction
Wikipedia - Wave function -- Mathematical description of the quantum state of a system; complex-valued probability amplitude, and the probabilities for the possible results of measurements made on the system can be derived from it
Wikipedia - Wave-Gotik-Treffen
Wikipedia - Waveguide (electromagnetism)
Wikipedia - Waveguide filter -- Electronic filter that is constructed with waveguide technology
Wikipedia - Waveguide
Wikipedia - Wave height -- The difference between the elevations of a crest and a neighbouring trough
Wikipedia - Wave Hill walk-off -- 1966 strike by Aboriginal Australians on a cattle station in the Northern Territory lasting 9 years
Wikipedia - Wave interference
Wikipedia - WaveLAN
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Wikipedia - Wavelength-division multiplexing
Wikipedia - Wavelength Music Arts Projects -- Music series
Wikipedia - Wavelength -- Spatial period of the wave-the distance over which the wave's shape repeats, and thus the inverse of the spatial frequency
Wikipedia - Wavelet compression
Wikipedia - Wavelet Scalar Quantization
Wikipedia - Wavelets
Wikipedia - Wavelet transform
Wikipedia - Wavelet
Wikipedia - Wavelight -- Pace-setting technology used in running
Wikipedia - Wave, Listen to Me!
Wikipedia - Wavellite -- Aluminium phosphate basic hydrate mineral
Wikipedia - Wavel Ramkalawan -- Seychellois politician and priest; current President of the Seychelles
Wikipedia - Wavemaker (media agency) -- International media agency
Wikipedia - Wave-making resistance -- The energy required to push the water out of the way of the hull, which creates the associated waves
Wikipedia - WaveNet
Wikipedia - Wavenumber -- Spatial frequency of a wave
Wikipedia - Wave offering -- An offering made by the Jewish priests to Yahweh
Wikipedia - Wave packet -- Short "burst" or "envelope" of restricted wave action that travels as a unit
Wikipedia - Wave-particle duality -- Concept in quantum mechanics
Wikipedia - Wave period
Wikipedia - Wave-piercing hull -- Hull with a very fine bow with low reserve buoyancy which allows it to pass through the wave with minimum vertical movement
Wikipedia - Wave power -- Transport of energy by wind waves, and the capture of that energy to do useful work
Wikipedia - Wave propagation
Wikipedia - Wave radar -- Technology for measuring surface waves on water
Wikipedia - Wavering Monarch -- American thoroughbred racehorse
Wikipedia - Waverley Borough Council -- District Council for the borough of Waverley in England
Wikipedia - Waverley Cemetery
Wikipedia - Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank -- Provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada
Wikipedia - Waverley Hockey Club -- Australian field hockey club
Wikipedia - Waverley Novels -- Long series of novels by Sir Walter Scott
Wikipedia - Waverly Hills Sanatorium -- U.S. NRHP hospital
Wikipedia - Waverly, Minnesota -- City in Minnesota, United States
Wikipedia - Waverly Person -- American seismologist
Wikipedia - Waverly Place -- Street in Manhattan, New York
Wikipedia - Wave Rock -- rock formation in Western Australia
Wikipedia - Waves and shallow water -- The effect of shallow water on a surface gravity wave
Wikipedia - Wave setup -- The increase in mean water level due to the presence of breaking waves
Wikipedia - Waves for Water -- 2017 Documentary
Wikipedia - Waves (hairstyle) -- Hairstyle
Wikipedia - Waveshaper (musician) -- Swedish electronic musician
Wikipedia - Wave shoaling -- The effect by which surface waves entering shallower water change in wave height
Wikipedia - Waves in plasma
Wikipedia - Waves of Life and Love -- 1921 film
Wikipedia - WAVES
Wikipedia - Wave tank -- A laboratory setup for observing the behavior of surface waves
Wikipedia - Wave theory of light
Wikipedia - Wave turbulence -- A set of nonlinear waves deviated far from thermal equilibrium.
Wikipedia - WAVE (TV) -- NBC affiliate in Louisville, Kentucky
Wikipedia - Wave Twisters -- 2001 film
Wikipedia - Wave -- Repeated oscillation about a stable equilibrium
Wikipedia - Wavey -- A song by CLiQ
Wikipedia - Weyl equation -- Relativistic wave equation describing massless fermions
Wikipedia - Whitham equation -- A non-local model for non-linear dispersive waves
Wikipedia - Wideband Networking Waveform -- Radio protocol used by US and NATO military
Wikipedia - Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer -- NASA infrared-wavelength space telescope
Wikipedia - WiGig -- A type of wireless local area network based on IEEE 802.11 and using milimeter wavelength
Wikipedia - Wild Waves -- 1929 Mickey Mouse cartoon
Wikipedia - Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe
Wikipedia - William Walker, 1st Baron Wavertree -- British politician
Wikipedia - Wind-wave dissipation -- The process by which waves generated by a weather system lose their mechanical energy
Wikipedia - Wind wave model -- A way to depict the sea state and predict the evolution of the energy of wind waves using numerical techniques
Wikipedia - Wind wave -- Surface waves generated by wind on open water
Wikipedia - Wizards of Waverly Place (season 2) -- Season of television series
Wikipedia - Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie -- 2009 film directed by Lev L. Spiro
Wikipedia - Wizards of Waverly Place -- American fantasy teen sitcom
Wikipedia - Womyn-born womyn -- Term from second-wave feminism referring to women identified as female at birth
Wikipedia - World Harvest Radio International -- Religious shortwave radio station in South Carolina, United States
Wikipedia - WQMV -- Radio station in Waverly, Tennessee
Wikipedia - WVWB (FM) -- Classic country radio station in Waverly, Tennessee
Wikipedia - WWCR -- Shortwave Christian radio station in Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Wikipedia - WWRB -- Shortwave radio station in Morrison, Tennessee
Wikipedia - WWV (radio station) -- Shortwave radio station broadcasting time signals
Wikipedia - X band -- Microwave radio frequency band from 8-12 GHz
Wikipedia - Xiamen Dada-Exhibition of Modern Art -- Major exhibition that emerged from the Chinese 85 New Wave art movement
Wikipedia - X-ray -- Form of short-wavelength electromagnetic radiation
Wikipedia - XS: The Opera Opus -- 1980s American no wave avant-garde music and art performance
Wikipedia - Yaesu FT-77 (S) -- Amateur shortwave radio transceiver
Wikipedia - Youth in Asia (No Wave band) -- 1970s avant-garde band from New York City
Wikipedia - Y. S. Rao -- Indian specialist in microwave remote sensing and land based applications
Wikipedia - Yugoslav Black Wave
Wikipedia - Z-wave
Wikipedia - Z-Wave -- Wireless standard for intelligent building networks
Wikipedia - Zywave -- Software company headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US
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Shock Waves(1977) - Visitors to a remote island discover that a reclusive Nazi commandant has been breeding a group of Zombie soldiers.
Heatwave(1983) - An architect becomes lovers with a radical during a protest against a Sydney redevelopment that could have mob connections of a block of flats.
Atlantis: The Lost Empire(2001) - The film begins with a large tidal wave, triggered by a distant explosion, which threatens to drown the island of Atlantis. In the midst of an evacuation from the capital city, the Queen of Atlantis is caught by a strange, hypnotic blue light and lifted up into the "Heart of Atlantis", a powerful cr...
Southland Tales(2006) - During a three day heat wave just before a huge 4th of July celebration, an action star stricken with amnesia meets up with a porn star who is developing her own reality TV project, and a policeman who holds the key to a vast conspiracy.
Ultravox: The Collection(1986) - This Vestron Video release showcases music videos by the noted 80s New Wave group Ultravox.
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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) ::: 7.2/10 -- G | 2h 7min | Adventure, Drama, Family | 20 July 1955 (USA) -- A ship sent to investigate a wave of mysterious sinkings encounters the advanced submarine, the Nautilus, commanded by Captain Nemo. Director: Richard Fleischer Writer: Earl Felton (screenplay)
Body Heat (1981) ::: 7.4/10 -- R | 1h 53min | Crime, Drama, Romance | 28 August 1981 (USA) -- In the midst of a searing Florida heat wave, a woman persuades her lover, a small-town lawyer, to murder her rich husband. Director: Lawrence Kasdan Writer: Lawrence Kasdan
Brainiac: Science Abuse ::: 45min | Documentary, Comedy | TV Series (20032008) The show that's takes a comedic look at the world of science and asks the really important questions as well as putting stuff in microwaves Stars: Jon Tickle, Joe Rowntree, Tom Pringle Available on Amazon
Breaking the Waves (1996) ::: 7.8/10 -- R | 2h 39min | Drama | 13 November 1996 (USA) -- Oilman Jan is paralyzed in an accident. His wife, who prayed for his return, feels guilty; even more, when Jan urges her to have sex with another. Director: Lars von Trier (as Lars Von Trier) Writers:
Chasing Mavericks (2012) ::: 7.2/10 -- PG | 1h 56min | Biography, Drama, Sport | 26 October 2012 (USA) -- When young Jay Moriarity discovers that the mythic Mavericks surf break, one of the biggest waves on Earth, exists just miles from his Santa Cruz home, he enlists the help of local legend Frosty Hesson to train him to survive it. Directors: Michael Apted, Curtis Hanson Writers:
Crime Wave (1953) ::: 7.4/10 -- Approved | 1h 13min | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir | 6 March 1954 (USA) -- Reformed parolee Steve Lacey is caught in the middle when a wounded former cellmate seeks him out for shelter. Director: Andr De Toth Writers: Crane Wilbur (screen play), Bernard Gordon (adaptation) | 3 more credits Stars:
First Wave ::: 44min | Adventure, Drama, Mystery | TV Series (19982001) Framed for murder and on the run, a former thief struggles to expose the vanguard of an alien invasion with the help of a conspiracy theorist and newly discovered prophecies of Nostradamus. Creator: Chris Brancato Stars:
Ilo Ilo (2013) ::: 7.3/10 -- Not Rated | 1h 39min | Drama | 29 August 2013 (Singapore) -- In 90s Singapore, the friendship between Filipino nursemaid Teresa and her young charge Jiale makes waves in a family, while the Asian recession hits the region. Director: Anthony Chen Writer:
Pirate Radio (2009) ::: 7.4/10 -- The Boat That Rocked (original title) -- Pirate Radio Poster -- A band of rogue DJs that captivated Britain, playing the music that defined a generation and standing up to a government that wanted classical music, and nothing else, on the airwaves. Director: Richard Curtis Writer:
Public Enemies (2009) ::: 7.0/10 -- R | 2h 20min | Biography, Crime, Drama | 1 July 2009 (USA) -- Promotional 3:05 | Promotional -- The Feds try to take down notorious American gangsters John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson and Pretty Boy Floyd during a booming crime wave in the 1930s. Director: Michael Mann Writers:
Scenic Route (2013) ::: 6.5/10 -- R | 1h 22min | Drama, Thriller | 23 August 2013 (USA) -- Tensions rise between lifelong friends Mitchell and Carter after their truck breaks down on an isolated desert road as they start to attack each other's life decisions with unwavering brutality. Directors: Kevin Goetz, Michael Goetz Writer:
The Girl on the Train (2016) ::: 6.5/10 -- R | 1h 52min | Crime, Drama, Mystery | 7 October 2016 (USA) -- A divorcee becomes entangled in a missing persons investigation that promises to send shockwaves throughout her life. Director: Tate Taylor Writers: Erin Cressida Wilson (screenplay by), Paula Hawkins (based on the novel
The Last Wave (1977) ::: 7.0/10 -- PG | 1h 46min | Drama, Fantasy, Mystery | January 1979 (USA) -- A Sydney lawyer defends five Aboriginal Persons in a ritualized taboo murder and in the process learns disturbing things about himself and premonitions. Director: Peter Weir Writers: Peter Weir (screenplay), Tony Morphett (screenplay) | 1 more credit Stars:
The Lost Valentine (2011) ::: 7.5/10 -- TV-PG | 1h 27min | Drama, Romance | TV Movie 30 January 2011 -- Lucas Thomas's grandmother Caroline returns every Valentine's Day to the station where, at their then first wedding anniversary, she waved off to the Pacific war theatre in 1944. Naval ... S Director: Darnell Martin Writers:
The Siege (1998) ::: 6.4/10 -- R | 1h 56min | Action, Thriller | 6 November 1998 (USA) -- The secret U.S. abduction of a suspected terrorist leads to a wave of terrorist attacks in New York City, which leads to the declaration of martial-law. Director: Edward Zwick Writers:
The Wave (2015) ::: 6.7/10 -- Blgen (original title) -- The Wave Poster -- Although anticipated, no one is really ready when the mountain pass above the scenic, narrow Norwegian fjord Geiranger collapses and creates an 85-meter high violent tsunami. A geologist is one of those caught in the middle of it. Director: Roar Uthaug
Waves (2019) ::: 7.6/10 -- R | 2h 15min | Drama, Romance, Sport | 15 November 2019 (USA) -- Traces the journey of a suburban family - led by a well-intentioned but domineering father - as they navigate love, forgiveness, and coming together in the aftermath of a loss. Director: Trey Edward Shults Writer:
Wizards of Waverly Place ::: TV-G | 22min | Adventure, Comedy, Drama | TV Series (20072012) -- The Russo family may be an ordinary family with an average restaurant, but behind close doors, all three children must compete to be the next family wizard. Creator:
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Accel World -- -- Sunrise -- 24 eps -- Light novel -- Action Game Sci-Fi Romance School -- Accel World Accel World -- Haruyuki Arita is an overweight, bullied middle schooler who finds solace in playing online games. But his life takes a drastic turn one day, when he finds that all his high scores have been topped by Kuroyukihime, the popular vice president of the student council. She then invites him to the student lounge and introduces him to "Brain Burst," a program which allows the users to accelerate their brain waves to the point where time seems to stop. Brain Burst also functions as an augmented reality fighting game, and in order to get more points to accelerate, users must win duels against other players. However, if a user loses all their points, they will also lose access to Brain Burst forever. -- -- Kuroyukihime explains that she chose to show Haruyuki the program because she needs his help. She wants to meet the creator of Brain Burst and uncover the reason of why it was created, but that's easier said than done; to do so, she must defeat the "Six Kings of Pure Color," powerful faction leaders within the game, and reach level 10, the highest level attainable. After the girl helps Haruyuki overcome the bullies that torment him, he vows to help her realize her goal, and so begins the duo's fight to reach the top. -- -- -- Licensor: -- VIZ Media -- 612,411 7.30
Ahiru no Sora -- -- Diomedéa -- 50 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Sports Drama School Shounen -- Ahiru no Sora Ahiru no Sora -- Lacking what is considered the most important asset in basketball, Sora Kurumatani has struggled with his short height since the inception of his love for the game. Despite missing this beneficial aspect, Sora's unwavering drive never allowed his small stature to dictate his ability to play, believing strongly in trying his hardest and persistently practicing to prove his capability. -- -- In hopes of satisfying his mother's wishes, Sora enters Kuzuryuu High School to become a member of the basketball club and compete wholeheartedly in tournaments. However, Sora is disappointed to find out that the boy's basketball team is nothing but a retreat for punks who have no interest in the sport. Sora also comes to learn that brothers Chiaki and Momoharu Hanazono—whom he becomes acquainted with—have also lost their once spirited motivation to play. -- -- Determined to revive the basketball team, Sora challenges the boys to a match against him, where his quick feet and swift movements overwhelm the group. Gradually affected by Sora's impressive skills, sheer effort, and tireless devotion to basketball, the boys unexpectedly find their burnt-out passion for the game rekindling once again. -- -- 139,580 7.33
Ahiru no Sora -- -- Diomedéa -- 50 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Sports Drama School Shounen -- Ahiru no Sora Ahiru no Sora -- Lacking what is considered the most important asset in basketball, Sora Kurumatani has struggled with his short height since the inception of his love for the game. Despite missing this beneficial aspect, Sora's unwavering drive never allowed his small stature to dictate his ability to play, believing strongly in trying his hardest and persistently practicing to prove his capability. -- -- In hopes of satisfying his mother's wishes, Sora enters Kuzuryuu High School to become a member of the basketball club and compete wholeheartedly in tournaments. However, Sora is disappointed to find out that the boy's basketball team is nothing but a retreat for punks who have no interest in the sport. Sora also comes to learn that brothers Chiaki and Momoharu Hanazono—whom he becomes acquainted with—have also lost their once spirited motivation to play. -- -- Determined to revive the basketball team, Sora challenges the boys to a match against him, where his quick feet and swift movements overwhelm the group. Gradually affected by Sora's impressive skills, sheer effort, and tireless devotion to basketball, the boys unexpectedly find their burnt-out passion for the game rekindling once again. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 139,580 7.33
Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka -- -- TNK -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Harem Comedy Romance Ecchi School -- Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka Akaneiro ni Somaru Saka -- Yuuhi Katagiri is not your average girl – she's the treasured daughter of the Katagiri family. She's generally kept under strict supervision, but one day ends up walking home from school on her own. This proves to be instant trouble when a group of boys start harassing her. Junichi Nagase, who was on his way home from a convenience store, sees the troubled Yuuhi and comes to her rescue. One of the boys recognized Junichi as the famed "Geno Killer" and they dash off. Yuuhi thanks Junichi and when she asked for his name, he just waves and leaves. Of course, he regrets trying to act cool in front of the beautiful girl right away, wishing he asked her name. -- -- The following day, a transfer student joins Junichi's class – it's Yuuhi! She calls Junichi out as the "Geno Killer", the only name she remembers him by, and rumors about the two spread quickly. Matters are made worse when Junichi kisses Yuuhi due to a misunderstanding. And on top of all that, it turns out that Junichi is Yuuhi's fiancé! -- -- Yuuhi doesn't see Junichi as someone worthy. But, she could not go against her father's wishes. The only thing that Yuuhi can do is live with Junichi in the house he shares with his little sister Minato, and prove that Junichi is not worthy to be her husband. Will she succeed in proving his unworthiness, or will she fall in love on the way? -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Oct 3, 2008 -- 135,369 6.45
Ani*Kuri15 -- -- CoMix Wave Films, Gainax, Gonzo, Madhouse, Production I.G, Satelight, Studio 4°C -- 15 eps -- Original -- Slice of Life Adventure Fantasy Magic Game Martial Arts Comedy Mecha Super Power Supernatural School Drama Sci-Fi -- Ani*Kuri15 Ani*Kuri15 -- 15 one-minute shorts created by various people from Japan's animation industry. The title of the collection, Ani*Kuri15, is abbreviated from the words "anime" and "creators". -- -- Season One -- Shinji Kimura (Studio 4°C; Art Director, Steamboy) - title: Attack of Higashimachi Ni Chome/Attack of Higashimachi 2nd Burough -- Shōjirō Nishimi (Studio 4°C; Character Designer, Tekkonkinkreet) - Uchujin Raikou Hiroshi no Baai/Invasion from Space - Hiroshi's Case -- Akemi Hayashi (Gainax; Character Designer, Fruits Basket) - Namida no Mukou/From the Other Side of the Tears -- Osamu Kobayashi (Madhouse; Art/Mecha Desgin, Gungrave) - Sancha Blues/The Aromatic Tea Blues -- Yasufumi Soejima (Gonzo; 3D/CG Director, Last Exile) - Hyotoko/Blaze Man -- -- Season Two -- Atsushi Takeuchi (Production I.G; Mecha Design, Ghost in the Shell) -- Mamoru Oshii (Production I.G; Director, Ghost in the Shell) - Project Mermaid -- Kazuto Nakazawa (Studio 4°C; First Unit Director, Kill Bill Chapter 3: The Origin of O-Ren from Kill Bill: Volume 1) - "yurururu" ~Nichijou Hen~ -- Ranji Murata (Gonzo; Character Design, Blue Submarine No. 6) and Tatsuya Yabuta (Gonzo; Story Design, Final Fantasy VII) - Gyrosopter -- Tobira Oda (Original Manga, Danchi Tomō) and Yasuyuki Shimizu (Key Animation, Naruto (movies)) (Studio 4°C) -- -- Season Three -- Michael Arias (Studio 4°C; Director, Tekkonkinkreet) - Okkakekko -- Makoto Shinkai (Comix Wave Film; Director, The Place Promised in Our Early Days) - Neko no Shuukai/A Gathering of Cats -- Shōji Kawamori (Satelight; Director, The Super Dimension Fortress Macross: Do You Remember Love?) - Project Omega -- Mahiro Maeda (Gonzo; Director, Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo) - Onmitsu Hime -- Satoshi Kon (Madhouse; Director, Paprika) - Ohayō/Good Morning -- Special - Jun 7, 2007 -- 19,652 6.78
Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm -- -- Gonzo -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Sci-Fi Sports Drama School -- Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm -- With the invention of anti-gravitational shoes known as Grav-Shoes, the ability to fly freely has become an everyday experience for the people inhabiting a four-island archipelago south of Japan. This invention has brought the people new ways of living and also a new sport known as "Flying Circus," where participants gain points by either touching floating buoys or their opponent's back. -- -- The gullible and clumsy Asuka Kurashina, newly transferred to Kunahama High School, enters this world of flight unknowingly when she is able to pull off a difficult maneuver the first time she participates in a Flying Circus match. Eventually, this leads her to join her school’s Flying Circus club. Led by their coach, Masaya Hinata, their members consist of the experienced Misaki Tobisawa and her overprotective friend, Mashiro Arisaka. Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm follows this rookie group soaring high above the skies and toward their dreams, armed only with their unwavering passion against an uncertain future. -- -- 129,466 6.69
Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm -- -- Gonzo -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Sci-Fi Sports Drama School -- Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm -- With the invention of anti-gravitational shoes known as Grav-Shoes, the ability to fly freely has become an everyday experience for the people inhabiting a four-island archipelago south of Japan. This invention has brought the people new ways of living and also a new sport known as "Flying Circus," where participants gain points by either touching floating buoys or their opponent's back. -- -- The gullible and clumsy Asuka Kurashina, newly transferred to Kunahama High School, enters this world of flight unknowingly when she is able to pull off a difficult maneuver the first time she participates in a Flying Circus match. Eventually, this leads her to join her school’s Flying Circus club. Led by their coach, Masaya Hinata, their members consist of the experienced Misaki Tobisawa and her overprotective friend, Mashiro Arisaka. Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm follows this rookie group soaring high above the skies and toward their dreams, armed only with their unwavering passion against an uncertain future. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Crunchyroll, Funimation -- 129,466 6.69
Assassins Pride -- -- EMT Squared -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Fantasy -- Assassins Pride Assassins Pride -- On the brink of extinction, mankind has downsized and now solely resides in the city-state of Flandore, living in cities encased by glass domes. Beyond the domes exist vicious lycanthropes who thrive in the darkness; among the citizens inside, a clear distinction between the nobility and commoners is in place. The blood of nobles enables them to utilize mana, granting them abilities that exceed human limits and greatly assist them in defeating lycanthropes. -- -- Already 13 years of age, noble Melida Angel has yet to manifest her mana, and attends an elite academy where she is mistreated for her lack thereof. In order to help her, Kufa Vampir is ordered by the Angel family to become Melida's tutor. While Kufa seems to be a mere mentor, an ulterior motive lurks behind his job—he is to assassinate her if he confirms that she does not possess mana. -- -- Kufa's investigation eventually leads him to determine he must eliminate Melida. However, Kufa is struck by her unwavering determination, spirit, and belief in herself when he witnesses her in a fight, choosing instead to offer a way she can manifest her magic. As Melida learns to use mana with the help of Kufa's teachings, Kufa forsakes his mission and jeopardizes everything to keep his discovery of Melida unknown to the Angel family and his own guild. However, both Kufa and Melida will soon realize that hiding their secret will not be the only challenge they face, as unforeseen trouble is waiting just around the corner. -- -- 231,931 5.92
Baccano! Specials -- -- Brain's Base -- 3 eps -- Light novel -- Action Comedy Historical Mystery Supernatural -- Baccano! Specials Baccano! Specials -- In 1929, Ladd Russo spared Graham Specter's life and earned his unwavering loyalty. Three years later, Graham is infuriated upon learning that Ladd was pushed off the train after the events aboard the Flying Pussyfoot. As a man of bizarre yet passionate philosophies, he plans to make an offering to Ladd by kidnapping Eve Genoard and subsequently capturing Jacuzzi Splot, who has been living in the Genoard mansion with his gang. -- -- Meanwhile, Jacuzzi and his gang take in an unfamiliar woman, Elmer C. Albatross pays a visit to the prison to meet an old friend, and Czeslaw Meyer runs into the man he hoped he would never see again. -- -- These seemingly separate storylines merge, tying up several loose ends and revealing the whole truth of the anomaly that occurred aboard the Advena Avis in 1711. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America, Funimation -- Special - Feb 27, 2008 -- 155,505 8.14
Baccano! Specials -- -- Brain's Base -- 3 eps -- Light novel -- Action Comedy Historical Mystery Supernatural -- Baccano! Specials Baccano! Specials -- In 1929, Ladd Russo spared Graham Specter's life and earned his unwavering loyalty. Three years later, Graham is infuriated upon learning that Ladd was pushed off the train after the events aboard the Flying Pussyfoot. As a man of bizarre yet passionate philosophies, he plans to make an offering to Ladd by kidnapping Eve Genoard and subsequently capturing Jacuzzi Splot, who has been living in the Genoard mansion with his gang. -- -- Meanwhile, Jacuzzi and his gang take in an unfamiliar woman, Elmer C. Albatross pays a visit to the prison to meet an old friend, and Czeslaw Meyer runs into the man he hoped he would never see again. -- -- These seemingly separate storylines merge, tying up several loose ends and revealing the whole truth of the anomaly that occurred aboard the Advena Avis in 1711. -- -- Special - Feb 27, 2008 -- 155,505 8.14
Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Gundalian Invaders -- -- TMS Entertainment -- 39 eps -- Original -- Action Adventure Fantasy Game Shounen -- Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Gundalian Invaders Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Gundalian Invaders -- Bakugan Interspace is a virtual reality system, where players can brawl against each other and take part in tournaments. Initially designed to help practice and enhance Bakugan skills, it quickly became a meeting place for many enthusiasts. During one of Danma Kuusou's duels, the Interspace crashes, and he gets knocked out cold. Before regaining consciousness, he experiences a vision of Bakugan at war with each other once again. -- -- The explosion of energy that accompanied Danma's fight and caused the shutdown of the system sends shock waves across the galaxy, attracting the attention of the Twelve Orders, a Gundalian organization. They infiltrate Bakugan Interspace, looking for strong brawlers to join them in their upcoming war with another alien race, the Neathians. -- -- Danma and his companions—Shun Kazami and Chouji Marukura—soon find themselves caught up in an extraterrestrial war. However, distant as it may seem, the conflict threatens the very sovereignty of Earth and the future of the Bakugan race as well. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Nelvana -- TV - May 23, 2010 -- 34,701 6.23
Bakuretsu Tenshi -- -- Gonzo -- 24 eps -- Original -- Adventure Comedy Mecha Sci-Fi -- Bakuretsu Tenshi Bakuretsu Tenshi -- In Japan's not-too-distant future, crime has become so common that the government has legalised firearms for citizens to use in self-defence. To combat this new wave of wrongdoing, the Recently Armed Police of Tokyo was established in hopes of hunting down criminals with lethal force. -- -- Kyohei Tachibana is a gifted culinary student who dreams of saving up enough money to become a pastry chef in France. When four young mercenaries ask him to be their cook, he's forced into making a tough choice. As Jo, Meg, Sei, and Amy take on the bloodiest jobs in the chaotic city of Tokyo, Kyohei accepts an imminent descent into the world of crime—and he'll do a lot more than just cooking! -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 62,740 6.81
Berserk -- -- GEMBA, Millepensee -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Demons Drama Fantasy Horror Military Romance Seinen Supernatural -- Berserk Berserk -- Now branded for death and destined to be hunted by demons until the day he dies, Guts embarks on a journey to defy such a gruesome fate, as waves of beasts relentlessly pursue him. Steeling his resolve, he takes up the monstrous blade Dragonslayer and vows to exact vengeance on the one responsible, hunting down the very man he once looked up to and considered a friend. -- -- Along the way, he encounters some unlikely allies, such as a small elf named Puck, and Isidro, a young thief looking to learn swordsmanship from the former mercenary. As the ragtag group slowly comes together after having decided to join Guts in his quest, they will face incredible danger unlike anything they have ever experienced before. -- -- 266,685 6.35
Berserk -- -- GEMBA, Millepensee -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Demons Drama Fantasy Horror Military Romance Seinen Supernatural -- Berserk Berserk -- Now branded for death and destined to be hunted by demons until the day he dies, Guts embarks on a journey to defy such a gruesome fate, as waves of beasts relentlessly pursue him. Steeling his resolve, he takes up the monstrous blade Dragonslayer and vows to exact vengeance on the one responsible, hunting down the very man he once looked up to and considered a friend. -- -- Along the way, he encounters some unlikely allies, such as a small elf named Puck, and Isidro, a young thief looking to learn swordsmanship from the former mercenary. As the ragtag group slowly comes together after having decided to join Guts in his quest, they will face incredible danger unlike anything they have ever experienced before. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Crunchyroll, Funimation -- 266,685 6.35
Byousoku 5 Centimeter -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 3 eps -- Original -- Drama Romance Slice of Life -- Byousoku 5 Centimeter Byousoku 5 Centimeter -- What happens when two people love each other but just aren't meant to be together? Takaki Toono and Akari Shinohara are childhood friends, but circumstances beyond their control tear them apart. They promise to stay in contact, and although the progression of time widens the distance between them, the chain of memories remains ever-present. -- -- Byousoku 5 Centimeter is a romantic drama that focuses on the mundane and harsh reality of long-distance relationships. Stuck in the past and unable to make any new memories, Takaki and Akari cling to the hope of seeing each other again. They live their everyday lives half-heartedly, both hurting themselves and the people around them. -- -- -- Licensor: -- ADV Films, Bandai Entertainment, Crunchyroll, Discotek Media -- Movie - Mar 3, 2007 -- 725,001 7.70
Closers: Side Blacklambs -- -- Studio Animal -- 12 eps -- Game -- Game Fantasy -- Closers: Side Blacklambs Closers: Side Blacklambs -- After the invading dimensional monsters were beaten back, Seoul was rebuilt. This is the story of Closers in New Seoul. -- Mysterious dimensional gates opened all over the planet and unleashed a worldwide invasion of dimensional monsters. No monsters and tactics had any effect on the waves of dimensional monsters pouring out of the dimensional gates. City after city was mercilessly destroyed. -- -- But the opening of the dimensional gates did not only cause damage and destruction. The psychokinetic power that it awoke also enabled a tiny minority of humans to gain extraordinary psychic powers. With these psychic warriors, governments around the world were able to turn the tide of the war with these monsters. After unspeakable losses, the people of earth at least succeeded in closing the gates. Since they had closed the gates, these psychics began to be called "CLOSERS," and the invasion of the dimensional monsters was named the First Dimensional War. -- -- With the dimensional monsters vanquished, peace returned to the world, and the cities were rebuilt. Through dedicated research into the dimensional gates and psychokinetic power, humans learned that the gates open when there is a singularity in this mysterious power. However, their understanding of the gates was still incomplete. The CLOSERS who survived the First Dimensional War became part of an organization called UNION. Together, they researched the psychokinetic power in all over the world, working to prevent another dimensional war. -- -- And that's when the dimensional gates all over the world started shaking again - as ever stronger outbreed creatures renewed the attack on earth. -- -- (Source: Wikipedia) -- ONA - Dec 23, 2016 -- 17,061 6.36
Code-E -- -- Studio Deen -- 12 eps -- Original -- Comedy Romance School Sci-Fi Slice of Life -- Code-E Code-E -- Chinami Ebihara is girl with a strange ability to generate electromagnetic waves when her emotions run high. However, since this "ability" affects anything electrical, it resulted in her having to transfer from school to school when she was younger. As Chinami, now 18 years of age, transfers to a new school, she once again affects the electronic devices in the school, but this time, when another student, Kotaro Kannagi, sees her do this, he becomes obsessed in studying her "TYPE-E" ability. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- TV - Jul 4, 2007 -- 16,396 6.43
Cross Road -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Slice of Life School -- Cross Road Cross Road -- As college entrance examinations draw near, two students living completely different lives decide to enroll in Z-Kai, a correspondence education service. Balancing their studies with their daily lives, the two diligently work towards their goal, unaware of how much they share in common. Will their hard work pay off and bring about the success they desire? -- -- Special - Feb 25, 2014 -- 58,373 7.39
Daicon Opening Animations -- -- Gainax -- 2 eps -- Other -- Action Sci-Fi Adventure Music Mecha -- Daicon Opening Animations Daicon Opening Animations -- Daicon III Opening Animation -- An unnamed girl watches as the Science Patrol lands their aircraft. A masked individual exits the ship and approaches the girl, entrusting her with a cup of water and a simple task: to water a radish. The girl enthusiastically accepts her mission but is obstructed by a multitude of foes. Faced with waves of unrelenting monsters, mechas, and starfighters, can the young heroine protect the cup of water and make it to the radish unharmed? -- -- Daicon IV Opening Animation -- Clad in a Playboy Bunny suit, an older version of the same girl takes on new and notable adversaries from around the galaxy. From dueling with lightsabers to surfing the magical sword Stormbringer, there is no shortage of action! -- -- Set to Electric Light Orchestra's "Twilight," the Daicon IV Opening Animation is a grand tribute to science fiction culture, showcasing hundreds of familiar characters in one spectacular bout. -- -- Special - Aug 22, 1981 -- 16,169 7.72
Dareka no Manazashi -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Drama Slice of Life -- Dareka no Manazashi Dareka no Manazashi -- In near-future Japan, Aya Okamura lives alone in an apartment away from her parents. Her mother has worked overseas ever since her childhood, so her aging father Kouji and their cat Mii-san are the only ones left in their family home. After a tiring day, Aya declines her father's invitation for dinner by lying that she is still at work. Yet that very night, she receives another call with sudden news that may bring this separated family closer. -- -- Movie - Feb 10, 2013 -- 58,702 7.38
Date A Live Movie: Mayuri Judgment -- -- Production IMS -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Harem Romance Sci-Fi -- Date A Live Movie: Mayuri Judgment Date A Live Movie: Mayuri Judgment -- War(Date), resumes. -- The peaceful days of Itsuka Shidou returned without having to save the Spirits from the relentless battle days. But, the peaceful days were interrupted by the emergence of a mysterious sphere emitting spiritual wave――as well as a mysterious girl who showed herself at the same time. What is her purpose of keeping an eye on Shidou……? The mission that had been entrusted to Shidou under the tense situation was, -- -- “Date all of the Spirits, and make them fall in love?!” -- -- ――With the fate of humanity at stake, the war(date) resumes! -- -- (Source: Date A Live Wiki) -- Movie - Aug 22, 2015 -- 148,796 7.35
Deadman Wonderland: Akai Knife Tsukai -- -- Manglobe -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Sci-Fi Horror Shounen -- Deadman Wonderland: Akai Knife Tsukai Deadman Wonderland: Akai Knife Tsukai -- Two years after the catastrophic tidal wave that swept over Japan, police officer Kiyomasa Senji is trying to make the world a safer place. Using his Branch of Sin powers, he stops criminals in whatever ways he can. After rescuing a boy named Izuru Tsukiyoshi from a gang called Goreless Peace, the conflict between Kiyomasa and his adversaries heats up rapidly, to the point of being explosive. -- -- Offering a glimpse into the past of the future Deadman, the story follows Senji, helping to further develop the reasoning that drives his actions later in life. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- OVA - Oct 8, 2011 -- 119,108 6.97
Deadman Wonderland: Akai Knife Tsukai -- -- Manglobe -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Sci-Fi Horror Shounen -- Deadman Wonderland: Akai Knife Tsukai Deadman Wonderland: Akai Knife Tsukai -- Two years after the catastrophic tidal wave that swept over Japan, police officer Kiyomasa Senji is trying to make the world a safer place. Using his Branch of Sin powers, he stops criminals in whatever ways he can. After rescuing a boy named Izuru Tsukiyoshi from a gang called Goreless Peace, the conflict between Kiyomasa and his adversaries heats up rapidly, to the point of being explosive. -- -- Offering a glimpse into the past of the future Deadman, the story follows Senji, helping to further develop the reasoning that drives his actions later in life. -- -- OVA - Oct 8, 2011 -- 119,108 6.97
Fate/Grand Order: Shuukyoku Tokuiten - Kani Jikan Shinden Solomon -- -- - -- ? eps -- Game -- Action Supernatural Magic Fantasy -- Fate/Grand Order: Shuukyoku Tokuiten - Kani Jikan Shinden Solomon Fate/Grand Order: Shuukyoku Tokuiten - Kani Jikan Shinden Solomon -- (No synopsis yet.) -- - - ??? ??, ???? -- 22,965 N/AKono Danshi, Uchuujin to Tatakaemasu. -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Fantasy Shounen Ai Super Power Supernatural -- Kono Danshi, Uchuujin to Tatakaemasu. Kono Danshi, Uchuujin to Tatakaemasu. -- All hope seems lost when the world is suddenly invaded by aliens. Earth's only defense is a small three-person team known as the Special Counter-Aliens Task Force, consisting of an anonymous director, the tyrannical Shiro, and the easygoing Arikawa. -- -- The luck of the Task Force improves when Arikawa finds a teenage boy lying alone on a hill. The boy, Kakashi, is humanity's only hope—he has power previously unbeknownst capable of defeating the aliens! However, without any memories and with no knowledge on how to use his power, Kakashi is left clinging to Arikawa and Shiro as well as the only remnant of his previous life: his broken cellphone. -- -- Kakashi is conflicted by the fears and emotions clouding his mind and he calls his own motivations into question. Can he overcome his doubts and internal struggles and save the world? -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- OVA - Oct 10, 2011 -- 22,909 6.84
Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia - Initium Iter -- -- CloverWorks -- 1 ep -- Game -- Action Supernatural Magic Fantasy -- Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia - Initium Iter Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia - Initium Iter -- The year 2010 AD. Romani Archaman has been posted to Chaldea. There, he becomes the primary doctor for a young girl. Mash Kyrielight, Chaldea's second successful summoning experiment, is interested in the word "Senpai." The interaction between the two gives Mash a reason to hope. That hope becomes a wave and starts to spread. That is your story, the story of a normal "somebody." The story at the beginning of a journey that weaves the future. -- -- (Source: AniplexUS) -- Special - Aug 4, 2019 -- 44,891 7.20
Garo: Honoo no Kokuin -- -- MAPPA -- 24 eps -- Original -- Action Demons Fantasy Magic Supernatural -- Garo: Honoo no Kokuin Garo: Honoo no Kokuin -- In the name of the king, the Valiante Kingdom launched hunts to exterminate users of witchcraft. Seventeen years later, their pursuit is still growing in both size and brutality. Unbeknownst to the citizens, the targets of these witch hunts are the secret protectors of humanity. Known as the Makai Knights and Alchemists, they have a strong will to protect people from Horrors, demons who possess souls plagued by sadness and pain. -- -- One such Makai Knight is 17-year-old Leon Luis who inherits the legendary armor of the Golden Knight Garo from his mother. Though he possesses great power, he struggles to overcome the hatred he bears from his mother's death at the hands of the kingdom. His father German, known as Zoro the Shadow Cutting Knight, is still training Leon when he is called to investigate the upsurge of Horrors in the kingdom's capital. Although German knows Leon's will is wavering, he decides to bring Leon along to continue his training. -- -- As German and Leon head to the capital, the king's amiable son Alfonso San Valiante struggles to find a solution to the growing Horror threat. But before he can do so, he is double-crossed and banished from his own kingdom. To return home, Alfonso sets out to find the help and strength he needs to reclaim the throne. During his search, he comes across Leon, whose interactions with the prince will forever change both of their fates. -- -- 123,260 7.40
Garo: Honoo no Kokuin -- -- MAPPA -- 24 eps -- Original -- Action Demons Fantasy Magic Supernatural -- Garo: Honoo no Kokuin Garo: Honoo no Kokuin -- In the name of the king, the Valiante Kingdom launched hunts to exterminate users of witchcraft. Seventeen years later, their pursuit is still growing in both size and brutality. Unbeknownst to the citizens, the targets of these witch hunts are the secret protectors of humanity. Known as the Makai Knights and Alchemists, they have a strong will to protect people from Horrors, demons who possess souls plagued by sadness and pain. -- -- One such Makai Knight is 17-year-old Leon Luis who inherits the legendary armor of the Golden Knight Garo from his mother. Though he possesses great power, he struggles to overcome the hatred he bears from his mother's death at the hands of the kingdom. His father German, known as Zoro the Shadow Cutting Knight, is still training Leon when he is called to investigate the upsurge of Horrors in the kingdom's capital. Although German knows Leon's will is wavering, he decides to bring Leon along to continue his training. -- -- As German and Leon head to the capital, the king's amiable son Alfonso San Valiante struggles to find a solution to the growing Horror threat. But before he can do so, he is double-crossed and banished from his own kingdom. To return home, Alfonso sets out to find the help and strength he needs to reclaim the throne. During his search, he comes across Leon, whose interactions with the prince will forever change both of their fates. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 123,260 7.40
Giovanni no Shima -- -- Production I.G -- 1 ep -- Original -- Drama Historical -- Giovanni no Shima Giovanni no Shima -- In the aftermath of the most devastating conflict mankind had ever experienced, the tiny island of Shikotan became part of the Sakhalin Oblast... and on the unhealed border in this remote corner of the world, friendship among children from two different countries timidly blossomed, striving to overcome language barriers and the waves of history. Inspired by true events. -- -- On August 15th, they told us we had lost the war. At that time, we did not really understand. Then one day, everything changed. Many soldiers, wearing uniforms we had never seen before, arrived on the island. That was the day I met Tanya. -- -- (Source: Production I.G) -- Movie - Feb 22, 2014 -- 25,126 7.70
Gyakusatsu Kikan -- -- Geno Studio, Manglobe -- 1 ep -- Novel -- Military Sci-Fi Psychological -- Gyakusatsu Kikan Gyakusatsu Kikan -- The war on terror exploded, literally, the day Sarajevo was destroyed by a homemade nuclear device. The leading democracies transformed into total surveillance states, and the developing world has drowned under a wave of genocides. The mysterious American John Paul seems to be behind the collapse of the world system, and it's up to intelligence agent Clavis Shepherd to track John Paul across the wreckage of civilizations and to find the true heart of darkness—a genocidal organ. -- -- (Source: Viz Media) -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- Movie - Feb 3, 2017 -- 37,570 7.16
.hack//Sign -- -- Bee Train -- 26 eps -- Original -- Game Sci-Fi Adventure Mystery Magic Fantasy -- .hack//Sign .hack//Sign -- A young wavemaster, only known by the alias of Tsukasa, wakes up in an MMORPG called The World, with slight amnesia. He does not know what he has previously done before he woke up. In The World, the Crimson Knights suspects him of being a hacker, as he was seen accompanying a tweaked character in the form of a cat. Unable to log out from the game, he wanders around looking for answers, avoiding the knights and other players he meets along the way. -- -- As Tsukasa explores The World, he stumbles upon a magical item that takes the form of a "guardian," which promises him protection from all harm. Subaru, the leader of the Crimson Knights, along with several other players who became acquainted with Tsukasa, set out to investigate why Tsukasa is unable to log out, and attempt to get to the bottom of the problem before it gets out of hand. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Bandai Entertainment, Funimation -- TV - Apr 4, 2002 -- 160,231 6.98
.hack//Sign -- -- Bee Train -- 26 eps -- Original -- Game Sci-Fi Adventure Mystery Magic Fantasy -- .hack//Sign .hack//Sign -- A young wavemaster, only known by the alias of Tsukasa, wakes up in an MMORPG called The World, with slight amnesia. He does not know what he has previously done before he woke up. In The World, the Crimson Knights suspects him of being a hacker, as he was seen accompanying a tweaked character in the form of a cat. Unable to log out from the game, he wanders around looking for answers, avoiding the knights and other players he meets along the way. -- -- As Tsukasa explores The World, he stumbles upon a magical item that takes the form of a "guardian," which promises him protection from all harm. Subaru, the leader of the Crimson Knights, along with several other players who became acquainted with Tsukasa, set out to investigate why Tsukasa is unable to log out, and attempt to get to the bottom of the problem before it gets out of hand. -- -- TV - Apr 4, 2002 -- 160,231 6.98
Hakuouki Hekketsuroku -- -- Studio Deen -- 10 eps -- Visual novel -- Action Drama Historical Josei Samurai Supernatural -- Hakuouki Hekketsuroku Hakuouki Hekketsuroku -- After the conclusion of Hakuouki, Chizuru Yukimura and the Shinsengumi are forced to flee Kyoto and set sail for Edo. In their commander Isami Kondou's absence, vice-commander Toshizou Hijikata steps in as acting commander. However, Hijikata is not only struggling with the extra leadership duties—which worries everyone around him—but also a newfound uncontrollable bloodlust. To make matters worse, the urge does not affect him alone, and it is even beginning to drive some of his subordinates mad. -- -- Finally, Kondou returns with orders from the emperor to defend the castle, and a new name for their squad: the Kouyou Chinbutai. But in war, the balance of power can shift suddenly and allegiances can waver. In Hakuouki Hekketsuroku, Chizuru follows the Shinsengumi into the heart of war and continues the search for her missing father, all while the bond between her and Hijikata grows ever stronger. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Oct 4, 2010 -- 75,902 7.61
Hakuouki Hekketsuroku -- -- Studio Deen -- 10 eps -- Visual novel -- Action Drama Historical Josei Samurai Supernatural -- Hakuouki Hekketsuroku Hakuouki Hekketsuroku -- After the conclusion of Hakuouki, Chizuru Yukimura and the Shinsengumi are forced to flee Kyoto and set sail for Edo. In their commander Isami Kondou's absence, vice-commander Toshizou Hijikata steps in as acting commander. However, Hijikata is not only struggling with the extra leadership duties—which worries everyone around him—but also a newfound uncontrollable bloodlust. To make matters worse, the urge does not affect him alone, and it is even beginning to drive some of his subordinates mad. -- -- Finally, Kondou returns with orders from the emperor to defend the castle, and a new name for their squad: the Kouyou Chinbutai. But in war, the balance of power can shift suddenly and allegiances can waver. In Hakuouki Hekketsuroku, Chizuru follows the Shinsengumi into the heart of war and continues the search for her missing father, all while the bond between her and Hijikata grows ever stronger. -- -- TV - Oct 4, 2010 -- 75,902 7.61
Hakuouki Reimeiroku -- -- Studio Deen -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Action Historical Supernatural Drama Samurai Josei -- Hakuouki Reimeiroku Hakuouki Reimeiroku -- The year is 1863 and as Japan's long festering wounds of political discord erupt into violent waves of street clashes and murder, the Tokugawa Shogunate sends a new force of masterless samurai called the Roshigumi to the aid of the Aizu forces in Kyoto. However the new "police" are anything but a cohesive force and assassination has already split them into two opposing factions. The stronger is led by the brutal Serizawa Kamo and the lesser by the more honorable but less assertive Isami Kondo. It is into this pack of wolves that Ryunosuke Ibuki is dragged by the rabid Serizawa. Forced to be a virtual slave by blood debt, he hates the samurai and everything they stand for. But as he sees how the other half of the samurai live, he begins to believe that there may still be a chance, for both himself and Japan, if only Kondo will step up and take down the mad dog Serizawa! -- -- (Source: Sentai Filmworks) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Jul 10, 2012 -- 49,621 7.47
Hakuouki Reimeiroku -- -- Studio Deen -- 12 eps -- Visual novel -- Action Historical Supernatural Drama Samurai Josei -- Hakuouki Reimeiroku Hakuouki Reimeiroku -- The year is 1863 and as Japan's long festering wounds of political discord erupt into violent waves of street clashes and murder, the Tokugawa Shogunate sends a new force of masterless samurai called the Roshigumi to the aid of the Aizu forces in Kyoto. However the new "police" are anything but a cohesive force and assassination has already split them into two opposing factions. The stronger is led by the brutal Serizawa Kamo and the lesser by the more honorable but less assertive Isami Kondo. It is into this pack of wolves that Ryunosuke Ibuki is dragged by the rabid Serizawa. Forced to be a virtual slave by blood debt, he hates the samurai and everything they stand for. But as he sees how the other half of the samurai live, he begins to believe that there may still be a chance, for both himself and Japan, if only Kondo will step up and take down the mad dog Serizawa! -- -- (Source: Sentai Filmworks) -- TV - Jul 10, 2012 -- 49,621 7.47
Hoshi no Koe -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Sci-Fi Space Drama Romance Mecha -- Hoshi no Koe Hoshi no Koe -- It is the year 2046, Noboru Terao and Mikako Nagamine are close friends who will soon be graduating junior high school. But after an alien attack on humanity, Mikako is selected for the UN military space expedition set to retaliate against the aliens. Separated, Noboru and Mikako attempt to keep in touch by sending emails to each other with their cell phones. Yet as the expedition journeys farther from Earth, the time it takes for them to transmit and receive each other's messages increases substantially. -- -- Hoshi no Koe revolves around the relationship between this couple as they try to stay connected despite the growing distance between them. -- -- -- Licensor: -- ADV Films -- OVA - Feb 2, 2002 -- 133,072 7.21
Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Adventure Romance Fantasy -- Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo -- If you could turn all your memories into a song, what would it resemble? -- -- Between being an exceptional student and taking care of the house alone during her mother's absence, Asuna Watase's only distraction is listening to her old crystal radio in her secret mountain hideout. One day, she accidentally tunes to a mysterious and melancholic melody, different from anything she has ever heard before. Soon after, an enigmatic boy named Shun saves her from a dangerous creature, unknowingly dragging Asuna on a long journey to a long lost land bound to surpass her very imagination, turning her once melodic life into an intricate requiem. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- Movie - May 7, 2011 -- 168,501 7.57
Hoshizora Kiseki -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Romance Sci-Fi -- Hoshizora Kiseki Hoshizora Kiseki -- Kozue is a girl who loves astronomy, particularly the stars. One night, on an excursion to witness a meteorite, she meets Ginga, a boy who is able to help scientists discover more information about the stars through a mysterious ability of his. However, he is forced to stay in a protective suit in order to carry out his mission. Because of this, Kozue decides to convince Ginga to make his own decisions & to take off the suit using his own will. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- ONA - Jul 21, 2006 -- 10,629 5.79
Kekkaishi (TV) -- -- Sunrise -- 52 eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Comedy Demons Supernatural Shounen -- Kekkaishi (TV) Kekkaishi (TV) -- Yoshimura Sumimura comes from a long line of "Kekkaishi," individuals who have supernatural abilities and are able to destroy evil creatures called Ayakashi that venture into the human realm from time to time. The Ayakashi are demons that look to feast on the power emanating from the land of Karasumori, which also happens to be where Yoshimura's high school is located. Now, Yoshimura must fight to protect his beloved school and hometown. Although, if it were up to him, he would rather be baking cakes than fighting off the ugly characters that show up at night. -- -- Thankfully, Yoshimura isn't the only one helping to keep the baddies at bay. His childhood friend and neighbor, Tokine Yukimura, joins him in this righteous battle. Despite the fact that they are from rival clans, these two make a fantastic team. And teamwork is something vital to fighting the evil that is closing in, as the Ayakashi attack in waves, looking to claim the land as their own, and a shadowy organization looks on, ready to pounce when the time is right... -- -- Licensor: -- VIZ Media -- TV - Oct 16, 2006 -- 94,335 7.62
Kekkaishi (TV) -- -- Sunrise -- 52 eps -- Manga -- Action Adventure Comedy Demons Supernatural Shounen -- Kekkaishi (TV) Kekkaishi (TV) -- Yoshimura Sumimura comes from a long line of "Kekkaishi," individuals who have supernatural abilities and are able to destroy evil creatures called Ayakashi that venture into the human realm from time to time. The Ayakashi are demons that look to feast on the power emanating from the land of Karasumori, which also happens to be where Yoshimura's high school is located. Now, Yoshimura must fight to protect his beloved school and hometown. Although, if it were up to him, he would rather be baking cakes than fighting off the ugly characters that show up at night. -- -- Thankfully, Yoshimura isn't the only one helping to keep the baddies at bay. His childhood friend and neighbor, Tokine Yukimura, joins him in this righteous battle. Despite the fact that they are from rival clans, these two make a fantastic team. And teamwork is something vital to fighting the evil that is closing in, as the Ayakashi attack in waves, looking to claim the land as their own, and a shadowy organization looks on, ready to pounce when the time is right... -- TV - Oct 16, 2006 -- 94,335 7.62
Kimi no Iru Machi -- -- Gonzo -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Drama Romance Shounen -- Kimi no Iru Machi Kimi no Iru Machi -- Haruto Kirishima lived a calm life out in the countryside, away from the fast-paced life of the city. Then Yuzuki Eba appeared in his life out of nowhere, having come from Tokyo to briefly live with her family. Their time together left him enamored with the memories of that short period before she just as abruptly disappeared from his life, and left him full of questions. -- -- Kimi no Iru Machi begins some time later, after Haruto moves to Tokyo to live with his sister, in order to pursue a career as a cook. In reality though he wishes to be with Yuzuki. Things don't start good though. When he arrives he is mistaken for a burglar and attacked by his sister's neighbour Mishima Asuka. After the misunderstanding is cleared his feelings begin to waver though. Is Eba, who keeps avoiding him for seemingly no reason, the one for him or is it Asuka? -- -- Licensor: -- Nozomi Entertainment -- TV - Jul 13, 2013 -- 127,052 6.92
Kimi no Na wa. -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Romance Supernatural School Drama -- Kimi no Na wa. Kimi no Na wa. -- Mitsuha Miyamizu, a high school girl, yearns to live the life of a boy in the bustling city of Tokyo—a dream that stands in stark contrast to her present life in the countryside. Meanwhile in the city, Taki Tachibana lives a busy life as a high school student while juggling his part-time job and hopes for a future in architecture. -- -- One day, Mitsuha awakens in a room that is not her own and suddenly finds herself living the dream life in Tokyo—but in Taki's body! Elsewhere, Taki finds himself living Mitsuha's life in the humble countryside. In pursuit of an answer to this strange phenomenon, they begin to search for one another. -- -- Kimi no Na wa. revolves around Mitsuha and Taki's actions, which begin to have a dramatic impact on each other's lives, weaving them into a fabric held together by fate and circumstance. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation, NYAV Post -- Movie - Aug 26, 2016 -- 1,865,222 8.94
Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai -- -- Studio VOLN -- 1 ep -- Novel -- Slice of Life Drama Romance -- Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai Kimi no Suizou wo Tabetai -- The aloof protagonist: a bookworm who is deeply detached from the world he resides in. He has no interest in others and is firmly convinced that nobody has any interest in him either. His story begins when he stumbles across a handwritten book, titled "Living with Dying." He soon identifies it as a secret diary belonging to his popular, bubbly classmate Sakura Yamauchi. She then confides in him about the pancreatic disease she is suffering from and that her time left is finite. Only her family knows about her terminal illness; not even her best friends are aware. Despite this revelation, he shows zero sympathy for her plight, but caught in the waves of Sakura's persistent buoyancy, he eventually concedes to accompanying her for her remaining days. -- -- As the pair of polar opposites interact, their connection strengthens, interweaving through their choices made with each passing day. Her apparent nonchalance and unpredictability disrupts the protagonist's impassive flow of life, gradually opening his heart as he discovers and embraces the true meaning of living. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America -- Movie - Sep 1, 2018 -- 499,135 8.59
Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara -- -- Science SARU -- 1 ep -- Original -- Drama Romance Supernatural -- Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara Kimi to, Nami ni Noretara -- Entranced by surfing and the sea, Hinako Mukaimizu is a spirited girl who attends college in a coastal city with no consideration for her future career. Her life takes an unexpected turn when a fireworks mishap sets the apartment building she lives in ablaze, where she is saved by a talented firefighter named Minato Hinageshi. Upon meeting, the two quickly become acquainted with one another—Hinako is instantly enamored by Minato's reliable personality and passion for saving others, while Minato is intrigued by surfing and is eager to learn how. As Hinako begins to teach Minato about surfing, the pair eventually fall in love and begin a gentle and devoted relationship. -- -- However, while surfing may seem fun and carefree, it can still be a dangerous and unpredictable activity. This is what Hinako learns when a surfing incident completely changes her life, leaving her forced to contemplate her undecided future. In search of her own calling, Hinako begins her journey of self-discovery, keeping Minato by her side as she gradually attempts to find her purpose and ride her own wave. -- -- Movie - Jun 21, 2019 -- 90,671 7.56
Kono Danshi, Mahou ga Oshigoto Desu. -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 4 eps -- Original -- Magic Fantasy Shounen Ai -- Kono Danshi, Mahou ga Oshigoto Desu. Kono Danshi, Mahou ga Oshigoto Desu. -- Chiharu Kashima, captain of the Wizard Bureau's Crisis Countermeasures Division, is among a handful of people who can use magic. While frequenting his favorite bar, he is approached by a friendly man named Toyohi Utsumi. Having always dreamt of being a wizard, Toyohi is enthralled by the idea of meeting one. Much to the young Captain's surprise, Toyohi confesses that he has fallen in love with Kashima. While little time as passed, the two begin to spend more time together. Not all is well, however, as Kashima fears that magic is all that he has and Toyohi is only in love with Kashima the Wizard. -- -- 23,086 7.03
Kono Danshi, Ningyo Hiroimashita. -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Fantasy Shounen Ai -- Kono Danshi, Ningyo Hiroimashita. Kono Danshi, Ningyo Hiroimashita. -- *The Second OVA of Kono Dan series. -- -- They say look before you leap and make sure you can swim before you go in the deep water, but when a picture of his late grandfather falls into the ocean, Shima jumps in after it without thinking. Nearly drowning as a result, he is instead saved by a very perfect stranger... one whose strangeness extends to only being human from the waist up! -- -- For Shima, who's always felt like a fish out of water himself, it's more than just a revelation, and the young man and merman quickly begin to bond in ways neither anticipated. And yet, it's going to be far from easy sailing. After all, Shima and Isaki aren't just from opposite sides of the tracks, they're from entirely divergent species, and swimming in separate gene pools may make maintaining a long term relationship a whole different kettle of fish! -- -- (Source: Sentai Filmworks) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- OVA - Nov 9, 2012 -- 31,643 7.39
Kono Danshi, Sekka ni Nayandemasu. -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Drama School Shounen Ai -- Kono Danshi, Sekka ni Nayandemasu. Kono Danshi, Sekka ni Nayandemasu. -- Ayumu Tamari suffers from a condition known as "Crystallization Syndrome." In moments of high stress, parts of his body begin to crystallize and become extremely difficult to move. Unfortunately, Ayumu's severe social anxiety makes him completely unable to speak to anyone in his class, and ultimately causes him to crystallize so frequently that he has to repeat a year in high school. -- -- Ayumu's only solace is his homeroom teacher, Kouya Onihara, whom he affectionately refers to as "Oni-chan Sensei." Kouya collects and studies crystals, and he finds Ayumu's crystalline body both beautiful and fascinating. With his stress from school compounded by the complexities of a forbidden student-teacher relationship, Ayumu struggles to find normalcy in his life while managing his emotions and trying to prevent complete crystallization. -- -- OVA - Dec 3, 2014 -- 20,138 6.94
Kono Danshi, Uchuujin to Tatakaemasu. -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Fantasy Shounen Ai Super Power Supernatural -- Kono Danshi, Uchuujin to Tatakaemasu. Kono Danshi, Uchuujin to Tatakaemasu. -- All hope seems lost when the world is suddenly invaded by aliens. Earth's only defense is a small three-person team known as the Special Counter-Aliens Task Force, consisting of an anonymous director, the tyrannical Shiro, and the easygoing Arikawa. -- -- The luck of the Task Force improves when Arikawa finds a teenage boy lying alone on a hill. The boy, Kakashi, is humanity's only hope—he has power previously unbeknownst capable of defeating the aliens! However, without any memories and with no knowledge on how to use his power, Kakashi is left clinging to Arikawa and Shiro as well as the only remnant of his previous life: his broken cellphone. -- -- Kakashi is conflicted by the fears and emotions clouding his mind and he calls his own motivations into question. Can he overcome his doubts and internal struggles and save the world? -- -- OVA - Oct 10, 2011 -- 22,909 6.84
Kotonoha no Niwa -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Slice of Life Psychological Drama Romance -- Kotonoha no Niwa Kotonoha no Niwa -- On a rainy morning in Tokyo, Takao Akizuki, an aspiring shoemaker, decides to skip class to sketch designs in a beautiful garden. This is where he meets Yukari Yukino, a beautiful yet mysterious woman, for the very first time. Offering to make her new shoes, Takao continues to meet with Yukari throughout the rainy season, and without even realizing it, the two are able to alleviate the worries hidden in their hearts just by being with each other. However, their personal struggles have not disappeared completely, and as the end of the rainy season approaches, their relationship will be put to the test. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- Movie - May 31, 2013 -- 616,021 8.02
Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven -- -- Bones -- 50 eps -- Original -- Adventure Drama Mecha Romance Sci-Fi -- Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven Koukyoushihen Eureka Seven -- In the backwater town of Bellforest lives a 14-year-old boy named Renton Thurston. He desires to leave his home behind and join the mercenary group known as Gekkostate, hoping to find some adventure to brighten up his mundane life. However, stuck between his grandfather's insistence to become a mechanic like him and the pressure of his deceased father's legacy, the only excitement Renton finds is in his pastime of riding the Trapar wave particles that are dispersed throughout the air, an activity akin to surfing. -- -- Everything changes when an unknown object crashes through Renton's garage, discovered to be a Light Finding Operation—a robot capable of riding the Trapar waves—specifically known as the Nirvash typeZERO. Its pilot is a young girl named Eureka, a member of the Gekkostate, who requests a tune-up for the Nirvash. Their meeting sparks the beginning of Renton's involvement with the Gekkostate as he takes off alongside Eureka as the co-pilot of the Nirvash. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Bandai Entertainment, Funimation -- 384,409 8.08
Kowarekake no Orgel -- -- ElectromagneticWave -- 1 ep -- Original -- Drama Music Sci-Fi Slice of Life -- Kowarekake no Orgel Kowarekake no Orgel -- In 2039, helper androids are widespread as general purpose electronics. -- -- Keiichiro lost his family in a traffic accident and retired from his band. One day, he finds an android of an old model in a garbage dump. He takes her home, but after taking her to a repair shop he was told that she couldn't be repaired, so he plans to throw her away. The next day, Keiichiro finds her making breakfast for him. Thus begin the summer days of an android with no memories and a dreamless boy. -- OVA - Dec 31, 2009 -- 32,518 7.34
Kowarekake no Orgel Special -- -- ElectromagneticWave -- 1 ep -- Original -- Sci-Fi Slice of Life Drama Seinen -- Kowarekake no Orgel Special Kowarekake no Orgel Special -- Extra episode of Kowarekake no Orgel which was added to theatrical release of anime and DVD/BD. -- -- Flower notices that Keiichiro seems tired and decides to cook something new for him. -- Special - Sep 11, 2010 -- 9,401 6.90
Kumo no Mukou, Yakusoku no Basho -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Drama Military Romance Sci-Fi -- Kumo no Mukou, Yakusoku no Basho Kumo no Mukou, Yakusoku no Basho -- Hiroki Fujisawa and Takuya Shirakawa harbor admiration for two things in their life: their classmate Sayuri Sawatari and the vast Ezo Tower that stands boundlessly across the Tsugaru Strait. Fascinated by the limitless structure beyond their reach, Hiroki and Takuya begin constructing an aeroplane from a fallen drone they discovered—naming it the Bella Ciela—to fulfill their dream of one day reaching the sky-scraping top of the tower. Later joined by the girl they love, Hiroki and Takuya promise Sayuri to fly with her to the seemingly otherworldly top together. However, Japan has suffered a North-South partitioning that has fueled conflict near the base of the tower, which marks the border between the America-controlled Southern islands and the Northern lands occupied by the Soviet Union. -- -- Further along, Sayuri suddenly disappears, and Hiroki and Takuya never see her again. Unbeknownst to them, she fell victim to a sleeping disorder that left her comatose for the past three years. Although Hiroki and Takuya later learn about Sayuri's condition, they also discover that the girl's unconscious state is oddly linked to the same tower the trio had promised to conquer together. -- -- -- Licensor: -- ADV Films -- Movie - Nov 20, 2004 -- 181,371 7.54
Kyoukai no Kanata -- -- Kyoto Animation -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Slice of Life Supernatural Fantasy -- Kyoukai no Kanata Kyoukai no Kanata -- Mirai Kuriyama is the sole survivor of a clan of Spirit World warriors with the power to employ their blood as weapons. As such, Mirai is tasked with hunting down and killing "youmu"—creatures said to be the manifestation of negative human emotions. One day, while deep in thought on the school roof, Mirai comes across Akihito Kanbara, a rare half-breed of youmu in human form. In a panicked state, she plunges her blood saber into him only to realize that he's an immortal being. From then on, the two form an impromptu friendship that revolves around Mirai constantly trying to kill Akihito, in an effort to boost her own wavering confidence as a Spirit World warrior. Eventually, Akihito also manages to convince her to join the Literary Club, which houses two other powerful Spirit World warriors, Hiroomi and Mitsuki Nase. -- -- As the group's bond strengthens, however, so does the tenacity of the youmu around them. Their misadventures will soon turn into a fight for survival as the inevitable release of the most powerful youmu, Beyond the Boundary, approaches. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 891,494 7.77
Kyoukai no Kanata Movie 1: I'll Be Here - Kako-hen -- -- Kyoto Animation -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Action Supernatural Fantasy -- Kyoukai no Kanata Movie 1: I'll Be Here - Kako-hen Kyoukai no Kanata Movie 1: I'll Be Here - Kako-hen -- The first part of a two-part movie. The story is a recap of the TV series. -- -- Mirai Kuriyama is the sole survivor of a clan of Spirit World warriors with the power to employ their blood as weapons. As such, Mirai is tasked with hunting down and killing "youmu"—creatures said to be the manifestation of negative human emotions. One day, while deep in thought on the school roof, Mirai comes across Akihito Kanbara, a rare half-breed of youmu in human form. In a panicked state, she plunges her blood saber into him only to realize that he's an immortal being. From then on, the two form an impromptu friendship that revolves around Mirai constantly trying to kill Akihito, in an effort to boost her own wavering confidence as a Spirit World warrior. Eventually, Akihito also manages to convince her to join the Literary Club, which houses two other powerful Spirit World warriors, Hiroomi and Mitsuki Nase. -- -- As the group's bond strengthens, however, so does the tenacity of the youmu around them. Their misadventures will soon turn into a fight for survival as the inevitable release of the most powerful youmu, Beyond the Boundary, approaches. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- Movie - Mar 14, 2015 -- 124,292 7.72
Kyoukai no Kanata Movie 1: I'll Be Here - Kako-hen -- -- Kyoto Animation -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Action Supernatural Fantasy -- Kyoukai no Kanata Movie 1: I'll Be Here - Kako-hen Kyoukai no Kanata Movie 1: I'll Be Here - Kako-hen -- The first part of a two-part movie. The story is a recap of the TV series. -- -- Mirai Kuriyama is the sole survivor of a clan of Spirit World warriors with the power to employ their blood as weapons. As such, Mirai is tasked with hunting down and killing "youmu"—creatures said to be the manifestation of negative human emotions. One day, while deep in thought on the school roof, Mirai comes across Akihito Kanbara, a rare half-breed of youmu in human form. In a panicked state, she plunges her blood saber into him only to realize that he's an immortal being. From then on, the two form an impromptu friendship that revolves around Mirai constantly trying to kill Akihito, in an effort to boost her own wavering confidence as a Spirit World warrior. Eventually, Akihito also manages to convince her to join the Literary Club, which houses two other powerful Spirit World warriors, Hiroomi and Mitsuki Nase. -- -- As the group's bond strengthens, however, so does the tenacity of the youmu around them. Their misadventures will soon turn into a fight for survival as the inevitable release of the most powerful youmu, Beyond the Boundary, approaches. -- -- Movie - Mar 14, 2015 -- 124,292 7.72
Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note -- -- TROYCA -- 13 eps -- Light novel -- Fantasy Mystery Supernatural -- Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note -- Ten years after facing defeat in the Fourth Holy Grail War, Waver Velvet, now Lord El Melloi II, teaches classes at the Clock Tower—the center of education for mages. However, his new status as "Lord" comes with a caveat: obey the orders of Reines, the younger sister of the deceased Kayneth El Melloi, until she is old enough to rule the House of El Melloi. -- -- Waver, along with his mysterious apprentice Gray, takes on a series of cases assigned by Reines and the Mages Association. With each case proving to be more complex than the last, could there be more to the Clock Tower than meets the eye, and what secrets does Reines hide? -- -- 112,244 7.36
Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note -- -- TROYCA -- 13 eps -- Light novel -- Fantasy Mystery Supernatural -- Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note -- Ten years after facing defeat in the Fourth Holy Grail War, Waver Velvet, now Lord El Melloi II, teaches classes at the Clock Tower—the center of education for mages. However, his new status as "Lord" comes with a caveat: obey the orders of Reines, the younger sister of the deceased Kayneth El Melloi, until she is old enough to rule the House of El Melloi. -- -- Waver, along with his mysterious apprentice Gray, takes on a series of cases assigned by Reines and the Mages Association. With each case proving to be more complex than the last, could there be more to the Clock Tower than meets the eye, and what secrets does Reines hide? -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America -- 112,244 7.36
Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note - Hakamori to Neko to Majutsushi -- -- TROYCA -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Fantasy Mystery Supernatural -- Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note - Hakamori to Neko to Majutsushi Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note - Hakamori to Neko to Majutsushi -- Years after the Fourth Holy Grail War, Waver Velvet becomes the head of the Modern Magecraft Theories department at the Clock Tower, succeeding the title of Lord El-Melloi II. Waver and his apprentice Gray set out to find the truth behind a mysterious shadow that stalks them, while trouble brews among the mages of the Association. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Aniplex of America -- Special - Dec 31, 2018 -- 43,361 7.10
Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note - Hakamori to Neko to Majutsushi -- -- TROYCA -- 1 ep -- Light novel -- Fantasy Mystery Supernatural -- Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note - Hakamori to Neko to Majutsushi Lord El-Melloi II Sei no Jikenbo: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note - Hakamori to Neko to Majutsushi -- Years after the Fourth Holy Grail War, Waver Velvet becomes the head of the Modern Magecraft Theories department at the Clock Tower, succeeding the title of Lord El-Melloi II. Waver and his apprentice Gray set out to find the truth behind a mysterious shadow that stalks them, while trouble brews among the mages of the Association. -- -- Special - Dec 31, 2018 -- 43,361 7.10
Love Live! Superstar!! -- -- - -- ? eps -- Other -- Music Slice of Life School -- Love Live! Superstar!! Love Live! Superstar!! -- A new television anime series for the Love Live! franchise was announced by animation studio Sunrise on January 28, 2020. The tagline for the new anime reads, "Watashi wo Kanaeru Monogatari. Hello!!! Love Live!" -- -- (Source: MAL News) -- TV - Jul ??, 2021 -- 12,797 N/A -- -- Robotica*Robotics -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Psychological Sci-Fi Shounen Ai Slice of Life -- Robotica*Robotics Robotica*Robotics -- Haru and Natsu are not human. They do not know what it means to be anything but a robot. -- -- Abandoned by their previous owner, Haru and Natsu are taken in by a scientist named Masa. Haru wants to feel, wants to understand how to act human, and wants to know what it means to love. Natsu is just afraid that they will be abandoned again. With Haru striving for positivity, his companion is left alone to drown in his own negative thoughts. Over and over, they ask the same question: what is love? -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- OVA - Aug ??, 2010 -- 12,737 6.86
Luv Wave -- -- - -- 3 eps -- Visual novel -- Action Drama Hentai Horror Mystery Police Romance Sci-Fi -- Luv Wave Luv Wave -- Takikawa Kanako, a secret agent that specialize in information and assassination. He has a robot girl for assistant. So far, they have 100% success rate, but their new target doesn't seem to want to stay dead. While finding out what's going on, they have to deal with a world network stopping virus and a strange new drug. Can he remember and how much does she love him? -- -- (Source: AnimeNfo) -- -- Licensor: -- NuTech Digital -- OVA - Mar 31, 2000 -- 2,551 5.89
Mekakucity Days -- -- - -- 5 eps -- Music -- Music Psychological Sci-Fi -- Mekakucity Days Mekakucity Days -- Mekakucity Days is a series of music videos that tell the stories of some of the members of the "Mekakushi-dan." -- -- Kagerou Daze -- In the scorching heat haze of summer, Hibiya Amamiya feels every day is monotonous. On a swing in a park, he meets up with Hiyori Asahina, who gently strokes the cat in her arms. However, when the cat leaps away, Hiyori runs headlong into a never-ending tragedy—and Hibiya will do whatever it takes to see her safe. -- -- Headphone Actor -- "The end of the world is nigh," the news broadcast proclaims. Amidst the chaos, Takane Enomoto hears a voice in her headphones, asking if she wants to live. Following its directions, she races onward, but what awaits her may not be the salvation that she desires. -- -- Souzou Forest -- Due to her red eyes and white hair, everybody sees Mari Kozakura as a monster. Although she lacks the courage to do so, she dreams of escaping her house in the forest where she lives alone, imagining the world outside. Fortunately, her lonesome life begins to change with a simple knock on the door. -- -- Konoha no Sekai Jijou -- The android-like being Konoha lacks many memories. What he recalls are feelings of longing, but by who and for who, he cannot place. What he does know, however, is that in the heat haze of summer, a young boy and girl face a tragedy. But fate is unchangeable, and his desperate attempts to save them can never seem to rewrite the future. -- -- Toumei Answer -- Shintarou Kisaragi knows how every day will go. Blessed with a photographic memory, he knows he will score full marks on his next exam, and he knows that Ayano Tateyama, the girl who sits next to him, will do poorly. But with his genius also comes unrelenting boredom; not even Ayano's bright smile and optimistic outlook can make him waver. His apathy may finally be broken, however, when Ayano does something that shakes Shintarou to his very core. -- -- Music - May 30, 2012 -- 8,282 7.51
Mirai Shounen Conan -- -- Nippon Animation -- 26 eps -- Novel -- Adventure Drama Sci-Fi -- Mirai Shounen Conan Mirai Shounen Conan -- Conan was the only child born on Remnant Island, a place settled by a group of refugees while they fled a terrifying wave of magnetic bombs that wiped out most of humanity. After 20 years, most of the castaways have died, save for Conan and the wise old man that raised him. -- -- Believing Remnant Island to be the last inhabited place on Earth, Conan is shocked when he discovers a young girl named Lana washed up on the beach one day. Though he is thrilled to learn that humanity has survived, Lana tells him the nation of Industria wants her as a hostage to force her grandfather, Dr. Lao, to power their machinery. Their conversation is cut short when Industria's top pilot, Monsley, suddenly appears and seizes Lana. Determined to save her, Conan immediately sets off from Remnant Island and begins a journey that will ultimately determine the fate of the world. -- -- 37,048 8.09
Naruto: Shippuuden Movie 2 - Kizuna -- -- Studio Pierrot -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Supernatural Martial Arts Shounen -- Naruto: Shippuuden Movie 2 - Kizuna Naruto: Shippuuden Movie 2 - Kizuna -- Unleashing a devastating surprise attack, flying ninjas from the Land of Sky are seeking revenge against their old enemy Konohagakure. Despite his eagerness to join the fight, Naruto Uzumaki is held up by Shinnou, a mysterious doctor who requires his assistance to save an injured person. While delivering the wounded man to the hospital, Naruto has an unexpected encounter with Amaru—a stormy youngster from a neighboring village desperately looking for Shinnou's help. -- -- Meanwhile, as the invaders withdraw to restore their forces, Tsunade seizes the opportunity to dispatch a small team including Sai, Shikamaru Nara, and Kakashi Hatake to strike down their base. Simultaneously, she commissions Naruto, Sakura Haruno, and Hinata Hyuuga to accompany Shinnou and Amaru on their journey. During this time, however, Orochimaru has his own schemes: he orders Sasuke Uchiha to bring him the doctor who specializes in the reincarnation technique. -- -- As the escort group accidentally uncovers the sinister truth behind the attacks, tumultuous plans are set in motion. But even when confronted with an unforeseen reunion, Naruto does not waver in his endeavor to end the warfare and its disastrous effects. -- -- -- Licensor: -- VIZ Media -- Movie - Aug 2, 2008 -- 196,733 7.28
Naruto: Shippuuden Movie 2 - Kizuna -- -- Studio Pierrot -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Action Supernatural Martial Arts Shounen -- Naruto: Shippuuden Movie 2 - Kizuna Naruto: Shippuuden Movie 2 - Kizuna -- Unleashing a devastating surprise attack, flying ninjas from the Land of Sky are seeking revenge against their old enemy Konohagakure. Despite his eagerness to join the fight, Naruto Uzumaki is held up by Shinnou, a mysterious doctor who requires his assistance to save an injured person. While delivering the wounded man to the hospital, Naruto has an unexpected encounter with Amaru—a stormy youngster from a neighboring village desperately looking for Shinnou's help. -- -- Meanwhile, as the invaders withdraw to restore their forces, Tsunade seizes the opportunity to dispatch a small team including Sai, Shikamaru Nara, and Kakashi Hatake to strike down their base. Simultaneously, she commissions Naruto, Sakura Haruno, and Hinata Hyuuga to accompany Shinnou and Amaru on their journey. During this time, however, Orochimaru has his own schemes: he orders Sasuke Uchiha to bring him the doctor who specializes in the reincarnation technique. -- -- As the escort group accidentally uncovers the sinister truth behind the attacks, tumultuous plans are set in motion. But even when confronted with an unforeseen reunion, Naruto does not waver in his endeavor to end the warfare and its disastrous effects. -- -- Movie - Aug 2, 2008 -- 196,733 7.28
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth -- -- Gainax, Production I.G -- 1 ep -- Original -- Drama Mecha Psychological Sci-Fi -- Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth -- In the year 2015, more than a decade has passed since the catastrophic event known as Second Impact befell mankind. During this time of recovery, a select few learned of beings known as the Angels—colossal malevolent entities with the intention of triggering the Third Impact and wiping out the rest of humanity. -- -- Called into the city of Tokyo-3 by his father Gendou Ikari, teenager Shinji is thrust headlong into humanity's struggle. Separated from Gendou since the death of his mother, Shinji presumes that his father wishes to repair their shattered familial bonds; instead, he discovers that he was brought to pilot a giant machine capable of fighting the Angels, Evangelion Unit-01. Forced to battle against wave after wave of mankind's greatest threat, the young boy finds himself caught in the middle of a plan that could affect the future of humanity forever. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Manga Entertainment -- Movie - Mar 15, 1997 -- 188,445 7.45
Night Head Genesis -- -- Bee Media -- 24 eps -- Manga -- Sci-Fi Mystery Psychological Supernatural Drama -- Night Head Genesis Night Head Genesis -- It is said that 70% of the human brain capacity is unused. If humans possess incredible power, it is strongly believed to be lying dormant within this region. This unused 70% brain capacity is known as "Night Head". -- -- The famous work 'NIGHT HEAD' is going to break the silence. They were abandoned by their parents because of the psychic power they possessed. They are the Kirihara brothers, who lived in a laboratory within a barrier-protected forest. They have escaped from the laboratory, and a new wave of 'Revolution' is about to arise. -- -- A new "Night Head" is about to be awakened. -- -- Licensor: -- Media Blasters -- TV - Jun 17, 2006 -- 26,476 6.77
Night Head Genesis -- -- Bee Media -- 24 eps -- Manga -- Sci-Fi Mystery Psychological Supernatural Drama -- Night Head Genesis Night Head Genesis -- It is said that 70% of the human brain capacity is unused. If humans possess incredible power, it is strongly believed to be lying dormant within this region. This unused 70% brain capacity is known as "Night Head". -- -- The famous work 'NIGHT HEAD' is going to break the silence. They were abandoned by their parents because of the psychic power they possessed. They are the Kirihara brothers, who lived in a laboratory within a barrier-protected forest. They have escaped from the laboratory, and a new wave of 'Revolution' is about to arise. -- -- A new "Night Head" is about to be awakened. -- TV - Jun 17, 2006 -- 26,476 6.77
Nurse Witch Komugi-chan R -- -- Tatsunoko Production -- 12 eps -- Original -- Comedy Magic Parody -- Nurse Witch Komugi-chan R Nurse Witch Komugi-chan R -- The new "slapstick" story will depict Komugi-chan and her rivals as they juggle their daily lives as students, idols, and magical girls "with laughter and tears." -- -- Komugi Yoshida is a somewhat clumsy second-year middle-school student whose strong point is her spiritedness. She performs as an idol like Kokona Saionji (her classmate and close friend) and Tsubasa Kisaragi (an idol who dresses in male clothing). However, unlike Kokona whose popularity is skyrocketing and Tsubasa with her charisma in male attire, Komugi's only gigs are low-end ones like those at the local shopping district. Still, Komugi has her "dream" as she lives her dual lives as a idol and a middle school girl. -- -- One day, a mysterious injured creature named Usa-P appears before Komugi. Komugi gives Usa-P medical treatment, and Usa-P, in consideration of Komugi's kindness, asks if she wants to be a Legendary Girl who can use magical powers. -- -- Having become a reluctant Legendary Girl, Komugi battles strange masked figures who suddenly appear! As a newly deemed Magical Nurse, she fights still more waves of masked figures. Meanwhile, a Magical Maid, a Magical Sister, and more also appear to make it a three-way battle!? Can Komugi handle the three roles of middle school girl, idol, and Magical Nurse? And, what lies ahead in these battles and her "dream"...?! -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 10,886 5.95
Ojamajo Doremi -- -- Toei Animation -- 51 eps -- Original -- Comedy Magic -- Ojamajo Doremi Ojamajo Doremi -- Harukaze Doremi considers herself to be the unluckiest girl in the world. Her parents are always fighting, her little sister makes fun of her, and her crush pines after another girl. If only Doremi could just wave a magic wand, she would have a much better life—or so she used to think. -- -- After a mishap with a real witch, Doremi becomes an apprentice witch herself, and it turns out she's pretty horrible at that, too. -- -- Now she and her two friends must study to become better at magic so they can become good witches. That is, if they can focus on their magic studies! -- -- The three apprentices will need all the luck they can get if they want to pass the witch exams and become full-fledged witches. Only then will Doremi's debt to the witch Majorika be repaid. Until then, Doremi will remain a useless little witch girl! -- -- Licensor: -- 4Kids Entertainment -- 40,996 7.22
Onkyo Seimeitai Noiseman -- -- Studio 4°C -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Fantasy Sci-Fi -- Onkyo Seimeitai Noiseman Onkyo Seimeitai Noiseman -- The film is set in the distant future in a city called Cahmpon. A scientist creates a synthetic life-form called Noiseman, which erases music from the airwaves by turning it into crystals. A group of Biker street kids rebels against this tyranny. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- Movie - Nov 22, 1997 -- 8,390 6.52
Pokemon Movie 10: Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai -- -- OLM -- 1 ep -- Game -- Action Adventure Comedy Drama Fantasy Kids -- Pokemon Movie 10: Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai Pokemon Movie 10: Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai -- The beautiful Alamos Town is home to a pair of century-old structures known as the Space-Time Towers, built by the architect Godey to play orchestral music in the area. The towers are also home to the Alamos Town Contest Hall, which is the next destination for Hikari, Satoshi, and Takeshi in their journey through the Sinnoh region. A woman named Alice and her partner Chimchar are happy to guide Satoshi and his friends through the town and its hallmarks. -- -- But the tour is suddenly interrupted when Alice's friend Tonio notices a wave of dimensional disturbances throughout the town—all of which is blamed on an ominous Pokémon named Darkrai. The space-time disturbances continue to intensify as two legendary Pokémon, the Temporal Pokémon Dialga and the Spatial Pokémon Palkia, appear to duel each other, isolating the town and everyone present in it from the world into another dimension! -- -- As he learns that this event was foreseen long ago, Tonio finds that his great-grandfather left behind a way to stop the dueling Pokémon. Will Satoshi and his friends be able to use this last resort to save Alamos Town from vaporizing between the dimensions? -- -- -- Licensor: -- The Pokemon Company International, VIZ Media -- Movie - Jul 15, 2007 -- 86,536 7.26
Pokemon Movie 10: Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai -- -- OLM -- 1 ep -- Game -- Action Adventure Comedy Drama Fantasy Kids -- Pokemon Movie 10: Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai Pokemon Movie 10: Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai -- The beautiful Alamos Town is home to a pair of century-old structures known as the Space-Time Towers, built by the architect Godey to play orchestral music in the area. The towers are also home to the Alamos Town Contest Hall, which is the next destination for Hikari, Satoshi, and Takeshi in their journey through the Sinnoh region. A woman named Alice and her partner Chimchar are happy to guide Satoshi and his friends through the town and its hallmarks. -- -- But the tour is suddenly interrupted when Alice's friend Tonio notices a wave of dimensional disturbances throughout the town—all of which is blamed on an ominous Pokémon named Darkrai. The space-time disturbances continue to intensify as two legendary Pokémon, the Temporal Pokémon Dialga and the Spatial Pokémon Palkia, appear to duel each other, isolating the town and everyone present in it from the world into another dimension! -- -- As he learns that this event was foreseen long ago, Tonio finds that his great-grandfather left behind a way to stop the dueling Pokémon. Will Satoshi and his friends be able to use this last resort to save Alamos Town from vaporizing between the dimensions? -- -- Movie - Jul 15, 2007 -- 86,536 7.26
Robotica*Robotics -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Psychological Sci-Fi Shounen Ai Slice of Life -- Robotica*Robotics Robotica*Robotics -- Haru and Natsu are not human. They do not know what it means to be anything but a robot. -- -- Abandoned by their previous owner, Haru and Natsu are taken in by a scientist named Masa. Haru wants to feel, wants to understand how to act human, and wants to know what it means to love. Natsu is just afraid that they will be abandoned again. With Haru striving for positivity, his companion is left alone to drown in his own negative thoughts. Over and over, they ask the same question: what is love? -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- OVA - Aug ??, 2010 -- 12,737 6.86
Ryuusei no Rockman -- -- Xebec -- 55 eps -- Game -- Action Game Sci-Fi Shounen -- Ryuusei no Rockman Ryuusei no Rockman -- In the year 220X, the world has advanced toward radio-wave technology, and the world is connected through the Wave Road. Meet Subaru Hoshikawa, a fifth-grade student who lost his father in a space accident. Subaru meets an extraterrestrial radio-wave being named War-Rock, descending from a distant FM planet. War-Rock claims to know about Subaru's father, but many alien beings are after War-Rock. The two work together and merge into Rockman, a radio-wave human capable of traversing the Wave Road and battling the radio-wave viruses and FMs that threaten the Earth. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- VIZ Media -- TV - Oct 7, 2006 -- 11,147 7.11
Sakura-sou no Pet na Kanojo -- -- J.C.Staff -- 24 eps -- Light novel -- Slice of Life Comedy Drama Romance School -- Sakura-sou no Pet na Kanojo Sakura-sou no Pet na Kanojo -- When abandoned kittens and his good conscience force second year Sorata Kanda to move into Suimei High School’s infamous Sakura Hall, the satellite dorm and its eccentric, misfit residents turn his life upside down. The decidedly average Sorata finds it difficult to fit in with the bizarre collection of dorm residents like Misaki, an energetic animator; Jin, a playwright playboy; Ryuunosuke, a reclusive programmer; and Chihiro, the dorm manager, art teacher, and party girl. -- -- Sorata's friend Nanami, a second year student and aspiring voice actress, pushes him to find new owners for the many cats so that he can quickly move back into the regular dorms. However, his desire to escape Sakura Hall wavers when the pet-like and infantile second year Mashiro Shiina, a world-class artistic savant looking to become a mangaka, transfers in during the spring trimester and quickly latches onto him. -- -- Supported by each other's quirks, Sorata and Mashiro come out of their shells and trigger change in the lives of those around them. Based on the light novel series of the same name, Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo explores the fine threads connecting talent, hard work, romance, and friendship with its ensemble cast. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- 965,451 8.17
Shikioriori -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 3 eps -- Original -- Drama Romance Slice of Life -- Shikioriori Shikioriori -- The rigorous city life of China, while bustling and unforgiving, contains the everlasting memories of days past. Three stories told in three different cities, Shikioriori follows the loss of youth and the daunting realization of adulthood. -- -- Though reality may seem ever changing, unchangeable are the short-lived moments of one's childhood days. A plentiful bowl of noodles, the beauty of family and the trials of first love endure the inevitable flow of time, as three different characters explore the strength of bonds and the warmth of cherished memories. Within the disorder of the present world, witness these quaint stories recognize the comfort of the past, and attempt to revive the neglected flavors of youth. -- -- Movie - Aug 4, 2018 -- 107,420 7.15
Shinsatsushitsu -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Dementia Horror -- Shinsatsushitsu Shinsatsushitsu -- In Kei Oyama's grim Consultation Room, a medical diagnosis triggers a wave of traumatic fantasies, portrayed in greyish pencil drawings that waver as if left out for too long in the rain. -- -- (Source: Sydney Morning Herald) -- Movie - ??? ??, 2005 -- 1,386 4.51
Slam Dunk -- -- Toei Animation -- 101 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama School Shounen Sports -- Slam Dunk Slam Dunk -- Hanamichi Sakuragi, infamous for his temper, massive height, and fire-red hair, enrolls in Shohoku High, hoping to finally get a girlfriend and break his record of being rejected 50 consecutive times in middle school. His notoriety precedes him, however, leading to him being avoided by most students. Soon, after certain events, Hanamichi is left with two unwavering thoughts: "I hate basketball," and "I desperately need a girlfriend." -- -- One day, a girl named Haruko Akagi approaches him without any knowledge of his troublemaking ways and asks him if he likes basketball. Hanamichi immediately falls head over heels in love with her, blurting out a fervent affirmative. She then leads him to the gymnasium, where she asks him if he can do a slam dunk. In an attempt to impress Haruko, he makes the leap, but overshoots, instead slamming his head straight into the blackboard. When Haruko informs the basketball team's captain of Hanamichi's near-inhuman physical capabilities, he slowly finds himself drawn into the camaraderie and competition of the sport he had previously held resentment for. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Flatiron Film Company, Geneon Entertainment USA -- TV - Oct 16, 1993 -- 210,906 8.52
Slam Dunk -- -- Toei Animation -- 101 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Drama School Shounen Sports -- Slam Dunk Slam Dunk -- Hanamichi Sakuragi, infamous for his temper, massive height, and fire-red hair, enrolls in Shohoku High, hoping to finally get a girlfriend and break his record of being rejected 50 consecutive times in middle school. His notoriety precedes him, however, leading to him being avoided by most students. Soon, after certain events, Hanamichi is left with two unwavering thoughts: "I hate basketball," and "I desperately need a girlfriend." -- -- One day, a girl named Haruko Akagi approaches him without any knowledge of his troublemaking ways and asks him if he likes basketball. Hanamichi immediately falls head over heels in love with her, blurting out a fervent affirmative. She then leads him to the gymnasium, where she asks him if he can do a slam dunk. In an attempt to impress Haruko, he makes the leap, but overshoots, instead slamming his head straight into the blackboard. When Haruko informs the basketball team's captain of Hanamichi's near-inhuman physical capabilities, he slowly finds himself drawn into the camaraderie and competition of the sport he had previously held resentment for. -- -- TV - Oct 16, 1993 -- 210,906 8.52
Steins;Gate -- -- White Fox -- 24 eps -- Visual novel -- Sci-Fi Psychological Drama Thriller -- Steins;Gate Steins;Gate -- The self-proclaimed mad scientist Rintarou Okabe rents out a room in a rickety old building in Akihabara, where he indulges himself in his hobby of inventing prospective "future gadgets" with fellow lab members: Mayuri Shiina, his air-headed childhood friend, and Hashida Itaru, a perverted hacker nicknamed "Daru." The three pass the time by tinkering with their most promising contraption yet, a machine dubbed the "Phone Microwave," which performs the strange function of morphing bananas into piles of green gel. -- -- Though miraculous in itself, the phenomenon doesn't provide anything concrete in Okabe's search for a scientific breakthrough; that is, until the lab members are spurred into action by a string of mysterious happenings before stumbling upon an unexpected success—the Phone Microwave can send emails to the past, altering the flow of history. -- -- Adapted from the critically acclaimed visual novel by 5pb. and Nitroplus, Steins;Gate takes Okabe through the depths of scientific theory and practicality. Forced across the diverging threads of past and present, Okabe must shoulder the burdens that come with holding the key to the realm of time. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 1,871,415 9.11
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari -- -- Kinema Citrus -- 25 eps -- Light novel -- Action Adventure Drama Fantasy -- Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari -- The Four Cardinal Heroes are a group of ordinary men from modern-day Japan summoned to the kingdom of Melromarc to become its saviors. Melromarc is a country plagued by the Waves of Catastrophe that have repeatedly ravaged the land and brought disaster to its citizens for centuries. The four heroes are respectively bestowed a sword, spear, bow, and shield to vanquish these Waves. Naofumi Iwatani, an otaku, becomes cursed with the fate of being the "Shield Hero." Armed with only a measly shield, Naofumi is belittled and ridiculed by his fellow heroes and the kingdom's people due to his weak offensive capabilities and lackluster personality. -- -- When the heroes are provided with resources and comrades to train with, Naofumi sets out with the only person willing to train alongside him, Malty Melromarc. He is soon betrayed by her, however, and becomes falsely accused of taking advantage of her. Naofumi then becomes heavily discriminated against and hated by the people of Melromarc for something he didn't do. With a raging storm of hurt and mistrust in his heart, Naofumi begins his journey of strengthening himself and his reputation. Further along however, the difficulty of being on his own sets in, so Naofumi buys a demi-human slave on the verge of death named Raphtalia to accompany him on his travels. -- -- As the Waves approach the kingdom, Naofumi and Raphtalia must fight for the survival of the kingdom and protect the people of Melromarc from their ill-fated future. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 980,884 8.00
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari Season 3 -- -- - -- ? eps -- Light novel -- Action Adventure Drama Fantasy -- Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari Season 3 Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari Season 3 -- Third season of Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari. -- TV - ??? ??, ???? -- 127,135 N/A -- -- Kimi no Iru Machi -- -- Gonzo -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Slice of Life Drama Romance Shounen -- Kimi no Iru Machi Kimi no Iru Machi -- Haruto Kirishima lived a calm life out in the countryside, away from the fast-paced life of the city. Then Yuzuki Eba appeared in his life out of nowhere, having come from Tokyo to briefly live with her family. Their time together left him enamored with the memories of that short period before she just as abruptly disappeared from his life, and left him full of questions. -- -- Kimi no Iru Machi begins some time later, after Haruto moves to Tokyo to live with his sister, in order to pursue a career as a cook. In reality though he wishes to be with Yuzuki. Things don't start good though. When he arrives he is mistaken for a burglar and attacked by his sister's neighbour Mishima Asuka. After the misunderstanding is cleared his feelings begin to waver though. Is Eba, who keeps avoiding him for seemingly no reason, the one for him or is it Asuka? -- -- Licensor: -- Nozomi Entertainment -- TV - Jul 13, 2013 -- 127,052 6.92
Tenki no Ko -- -- CoMix Wave Films -- 1 ep -- Original -- Slice of Life Drama Romance Fantasy -- Tenki no Ko Tenki no Ko -- Tokyo is currently experiencing rain showers that seem to disrupt the usual pace of everyone living there to no end. Amidst this seemingly eternal downpour arrives the runaway high school student Hodaka Morishima, who struggles to financially support himself—ending up with a job at a small-time publisher. At the same time, the orphaned Hina Amano also strives to find work to sustain herself and her younger brother. -- -- Both fates intertwine when Hodaka attempts to rescue Hina from shady men, deciding to run away together. Subsequently, Hodaka discovers that Hina has a strange yet astounding power: the ability to call out the sun whenever she prays for it. With Tokyo's unusual weather in mind, Hodaka sees the potential of this ability. He suggests that Hina should become a "sunshine girl"—someone who will clear the sky for people when they need it the most. -- -- Things begin looking up for them at first. However, it is common knowledge that power always comes with a hefty price... -- -- -- Licensor: -- GKIDS -- Movie - Jul 19, 2019 -- 545,419 8.38
Tentoumushi no Otomurai -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Music Dementia -- Tentoumushi no Otomurai Tentoumushi no Otomurai -- The story of the animation begins from a girl, named Eiko, mistakenly killing two ladybirds. From this incident, the girl's guilt swells up to create an illusion of seeing a button of her blouse as ladybirds, and fears for a feeling towards an existence of numerous selves in some other places. Being submerged in such continuous wave of guilt and fear, she keeps sewing hundreds of buttons to inside of her skirt. -- -- (Source: Official Website) -- Movie - ??? ??, 2006 -- 517 5.24
This Is Not Blue -- -- - -- 1 ep -- Original -- Dementia Music -- This Is Not Blue This Is Not Blue -- An experimental film by mareykrap about the color blue. Blue pigment in the natural world is very rare. Instead, what we typically observe is the reflection of blue light waves. How much "true blue" really exists in our world? A series of blue images. Or are they? -- Movie - Jul 29, 2020 -- 652 5.74
Uchouten Kazoku 2 -- -- P.A. Works -- 12 eps -- Novel -- Comedy Demons Drama Fantasy Slice of Life -- Uchouten Kazoku 2 Uchouten Kazoku 2 -- After uncovering the truth behind their father's untimely death, life for the four Shimogamo brothers returns to relative peace with each trying to live up to their father's greatness in their own way. For the eldest, Yaichirou, who aims to become the next Trick Magister and leader of the tanuki society, it starts with reinstating the popular shogi tournament. For Yajirou, it is restoring his former shapeshifting abilities, whilst little Yashirou is content with continuing his work at the family’s factory. But for the third son, Yasaburou, it simply means embracing the "fool's blood" he inherited from his father and living a carefree but interesting life. This, of course, includes hunting for the mysterious and elusive snake-like creature known as a tsuchinoko, and causing ripples of trouble at every turn. -- -- However, these ripples threaten to turn into waves with the return of Nidaime, the estranged son of the brothers' tengu teacher, Professor Akadama. Nidaime bears a grudge against not only his father, but his father's apprentice Benten as well. His loyalties suddenly brought into question, Yasaburou must use his tanuki wit to appease all sides without getting caught in the crossfire, before the delicate balance between human, tengu, and tanuki is overthrown and all hell breaks loose. -- -- 52,454 8.13
Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202: Ai no Senshi-tachi -- -- Xebec -- 26 eps -- Original -- Action Drama Military Sci-Fi Space -- Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202: Ai no Senshi-tachi Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2202: Ai no Senshi-tachi -- Three years since the return of the legendary Space Battleship Yamato, Earth has begun rebuilding itself and has made peace with the Gamilans. However, this recovery comes at the cost of utilizing the forbidden Wave Motion technology. -- -- Meanwhile, the notorious former crew members of the Yamato, who have each gone their separate ways, receive a psychic message from the mysterious Goddess Teresa. She urges them to return to their beloved ship and travel to the distant planet Terezart. They are promised a revolutionary power to combat the unprecedented threat of the relentless Gatlantis Empire, who are approaching Earth with all but innocent intentions. -- -- Unable to resist her plea, the crew reassembles and sets sail on another perilous intergalactic voyage, one that will test their sheer courage and versatility in the face of an even greater foe. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- OVA - Feb 25, 2017 -- 18,035 7.69
Umi Monogatari: Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto -- -- Zexcs -- 12 eps -- Game -- Supernatural Drama Magic Romance Fantasy -- Umi Monogatari: Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto Umi Monogatari: Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto -- Marin and her younger sister Urin are seafolk who happen upon something quite strange: a beautiful silver ring lost beneath the waves. The kind-hearted Marin, intent on returning it to its owner, drags a reluctant Urin along with her to the sky world despite reminders of a turtle elder who left for the surface and never returned. After locating the ring's owner, Kanon Miyamori, they learn that Kanon had tossed it into the sea after her boyfriend dumped her earlier that day. -- -- Though Marin insists that such a lovely item should not be thrown away, Kanon discards it once again. As they search for the ring, Urin becomes separated from the other two and accidently breaks the seal on a stone coffin, releasing an evil being known as Sedna. Sensing Sedna's release, the formerly missing turtle elder, Matsumoto, reveals himself to Kanon and her companions, naming Marin as the Priestess of the Sea. Together with the Priestess of the Sky, she has the power to seal Sedna away again. And as luck would have it, during an encounter with one of Sedna's minions, Kanon discovers that she is the Priestess of the Sky. Though Kanon is hesitant, she and Marin decide to work together to save the world from the evil that threatens it. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Nozomi Entertainment -- TV - Jun 25, 2009 -- 23,914 6.63
Umi Monogatari: Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto -- -- Zexcs -- 12 eps -- Game -- Supernatural Drama Magic Romance Fantasy -- Umi Monogatari: Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto Umi Monogatari: Anata ga Ite Kureta Koto -- Marin and her younger sister Urin are seafolk who happen upon something quite strange: a beautiful silver ring lost beneath the waves. The kind-hearted Marin, intent on returning it to its owner, drags a reluctant Urin along with her to the sky world despite reminders of a turtle elder who left for the surface and never returned. After locating the ring's owner, Kanon Miyamori, they learn that Kanon had tossed it into the sea after her boyfriend dumped her earlier that day. -- -- Though Marin insists that such a lovely item should not be thrown away, Kanon discards it once again. As they search for the ring, Urin becomes separated from the other two and accidently breaks the seal on a stone coffin, releasing an evil being known as Sedna. Sensing Sedna's release, the formerly missing turtle elder, Matsumoto, reveals himself to Kanon and her companions, naming Marin as the Priestess of the Sea. Together with the Priestess of the Sky, she has the power to seal Sedna away again. And as luck would have it, during an encounter with one of Sedna's minions, Kanon discovers that she is the Priestess of the Sky. Though Kanon is hesitant, she and Marin decide to work together to save the world from the evil that threatens it. -- -- TV - Jun 25, 2009 -- 23,914 6.63
Wave!!: Surfing Yappe!! -- -- Asahi Production -- 3 eps -- Other -- Slice of Life Sports -- Wave!!: Surfing Yappe!! Wave!!: Surfing Yappe!! -- Masaki Hinaoka, who grew up near the coast of Ooarai in Ibaraki Prefecture, meets a prince-like transfer student Shou Akitsuki before the summer break, who introduces him to the world of surfing. Through surfing, Masaki meets irreplaceable friends and experiences farewell as he becomes an adult. It is the beginning of a never-ending story of boys fascinated by the charm of surfing. -- -- (Source: MAL News) -- Movie - Oct 2, 2020 -- 17,379 6.05
Wave!!: Surfing Yappe!! (TV) -- -- Asahi Production -- 12 eps -- Other -- Slice of Life Sports -- Wave!!: Surfing Yappe!! (TV) Wave!!: Surfing Yappe!! (TV) -- Masaki Hinaoka, who grew up near the coast of Ooarai in Ibaraki Prefecture, meets a prince-like transfer student Shou Akitsuki before the summer break, who introduces him to the world of surfing. Through surfing, Masaki meets irreplaceable friends and experiences farewell as he becomes an adult. It is the beginning of a never-ending story of boys fascinated by the charm of surfing. -- -- (Source: MAL News) -- 30,291 5.86
Yama no Susume: Omoide Present -- -- 8bit -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Adventure Comedy Slice of Life -- Yama no Susume: Omoide Present Yama no Susume: Omoide Present -- On the final day of summer vacation, Kokona Aoba is ready to spend some long-awaited time with her mother, but these plans are unfortunately canceled due to work. Opting to go outside instead, she takes a stroll down a familiar path—one where fond memories appear at every corner. -- -- Later, in the middle of autumn, Hinata Kuraue and Aoi Yukimura are looking through a scrapbook of their childhood. Snooping around in Aoi's room, Hinata finds that she has kept a strange acorn as a keepsake, but doesn't remember the reason why. As its discovery dwells on her, a wave of old memories comes forth, causing her to reminisce about a forgotten event from her childhood. -- -- From time spent with loved ones to promises from the past, Yama no Susume: Omoide Present follows the three girls as they cherish old memories while crafting entirely new ones to remember. -- -- OVA - Oct 28, 2017 -- 9,603 7.37
Zettai Karen Children -- -- SynergySP -- 51 eps -- Manga -- Action Comedy Supernatural Shounen -- Zettai Karen Children Zettai Karen Children -- They're cute, adorable and three of the most powerful Espers the world has ever seen: Kaoru, the brash psychokinetic who can move objects with her mind; Shiho, the sarcastic and dark natured psychometric able to pick thoughts from people's minds and read the pasts of inanimate objects like a book; and Aoi, the most collected and rational of the three, who has the ability to teleport herself and the others at will. So what to do with these potential psychic monsters in the making? Enter B.A.B.E.L., the Base of Backing ESP Laboratory, where hopefully "The Children" and others like them can become part of the answer to an increasing wave of psychic evolution. It's a win-win solution... Unless you're Koichi Minamoto, the overworked young man stuck with the unenviable task of field commanding a team of three pre-teen girls! -- -- (Source: Sentai Filmworks) -- -- Licensor: -- Sentai Filmworks -- TV - Apr 6, 2008 -- 40,173 7.34
Zettai Karen Children -- -- SynergySP -- 51 eps -- Manga -- Action Comedy Supernatural Shounen -- Zettai Karen Children Zettai Karen Children -- They're cute, adorable and three of the most powerful Espers the world has ever seen: Kaoru, the brash psychokinetic who can move objects with her mind; Shiho, the sarcastic and dark natured psychometric able to pick thoughts from people's minds and read the pasts of inanimate objects like a book; and Aoi, the most collected and rational of the three, who has the ability to teleport herself and the others at will. So what to do with these potential psychic monsters in the making? Enter B.A.B.E.L., the Base of Backing ESP Laboratory, where hopefully "The Children" and others like them can become part of the answer to an increasing wave of psychic evolution. It's a win-win solution... Unless you're Koichi Minamoto, the overworked young man stuck with the unenviable task of field commanding a team of three pre-teen girls! -- -- (Source: Sentai Filmworks) -- TV - Apr 6, 2008 -- 40,173 7.34
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JanuaryFebruary 2019 North American cold wave
Japanese New Wave
JMWAVE
John Anderson, 1st Viscount Waverley
John Anderson, 3rd Viscount Waverley
Journal of Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves
Journal of Lightwave Technology
Journal of Microwave Power and Electromagnetic Energy
Joywave
July 1757 heatwave
Junglinster Longwave Transmitter
Just Can't Get Enough: New Wave Hits of the '80s
J-Wave
J wave
Katrina and the Waves
Katrina and the Waves 2
Katrina and the Waves (album)
Kelvin wave
Kenadsa Longwave Transmitter
Killer Wave
King (new wave band)
Kondratiev wave
Korean wave
KTBN (shortwave)
Lahti longwave transmitter
L.A. In: A Collection of Los Angeles Rock and New Wave Bands
Lamb waves
LeboWaverly USD 243
Lee wave
Legendre wavelet
Lehman Wave
Leonard Waverman
LightWave 3D
Lightwave Electronics Corporation
Line echo wave pattern
List of cosmic microwave background experiments
List of European medium wave transmitters
List of gravitational wave observations
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List of musicians in the second wave of punk rock
List of new wave artists
List of New Wave movements
List of new wave of British heavy metal bands
List of places of worship in Waverley (borough)
List of ships named PS Waverley
List of songs recorded by Angels & Airwaves
List of Tulane Green Wave in the NFL draft
List of wavelet-related transforms
List of Wizards of Waverly Place characters
List of Wizards of Waverly Place episodes
Liverpool Wavertree (UK Parliament constituency)
Longitudinal wave
Longwave
Longwave (disambiguation)
Longwave (film)
Long Wavelength Array
Longwave transmitter Europe 1
Louis 19, King of the Airwaves
Love (Angels & Airwaves album)
Love Boat: The Next Wave
Love wave
Lucy Waverman
Maass wave form
Mach wave
Magnetogravity wave
Magnetosonic wave
Making Waves
Making Waves Academy
Making Waves (software)
Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound
Marine heatwave
Mario Schenberg (Gravitational Wave Detector)
Matter wave
Matter wave clock
Mayer waves
Mechanical wave
Medium wave
Mediumwave transmitter Bremen
Memories Off 6: T-wave
Mexican hat wavelet
Micro Audio Waves
Microwave
Microwave Active Composition
Microwave analog signal processing
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters
Microwave auditory effect
Microwave (band)
Microwave burn
Microwave Bypass (company)
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Microwave International New Media Arts Festival
Microwave Ionosphere Nonlinear Interaction Experiment
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Microwave oven
Microwave popcorn
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Microwave Sounding Unit temperature measurements
Microwave spectroscopy
Microwave thermotherapy
Microwave transmission
Microwave Tube Research and Development Centre
Microwave volumetric heating
Millimeter wave scanner
Milwaukee Wave
Mind-Wave
Minimal wave
Mistaken Identity: Two Families, One Survivor, Unwavering Hope
Modified Morlet wavelet
Monochromatic wavelength dispersive x-ray fluorescence
Monolithic microwave integrated circuit
Moreton wave
Morlet wavelet
Motala longwave transmitter
Mount Waverley, Victoria
Multi-wavelength anomalous dispersion
Multiwavelength Atlas of Galaxies
Mu wave
M-Wave
Nancy Drew: Warnings at Waverly Academy
No Wave
Near vertical incidence skywave
Neoclassical dark wave
NewWave
New Wave
New Wave (Against Me! album)
New Wave (competition)
New Waveland Cafe and Clinic
New wave music
New wave music in Yugoslavia
New wave of American heavy metal
New wave of British heavy metal
New Wave of British Heavy Metal '79 Revisited
New wave of new wave
New wave of traditional heavy metal
New Wave (Powerman 5000 album)
New Waver
New Waverly, Texas
New Waves
New Wave science fiction
New Wave (The Auteurs album)
Nextwave
Next wave
Next Wave (album)
NextWave Wireless
Nigel de Wavere
Night Waves
Nobody Waved Good-bye
Nonlinear X-wave
Non-radiative dielectric waveguide
Non-separable wavelet
Nord Wave
North American Nanohertz Observatory for Gravitational Waves
Northwave
November 2014 North American cold wave
No wave
No Wave Cinema
NuWave
NWA Shockwave
Oblate spheroidal wave function
Ocean Wave
Ocean Wave (disambiguation)
Ocean Waves (film)
October 2008 United Kingdom cold wave
O. H. Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory
Old Crest on a New Wave
Old Wave
Old Waverly Golf Club
One-way wave equation
On the Waves of Happiness
Openwave
Operation Tidal Wave
Outgoing longwave radiation
Over the Waves
Over the Waves (film)
Pabebe wave
Pale Waves
Pana Wave
Paper Thin (Illenium, Tom DeLonge and Angels & Airwaves song)
PathWave Design
Pelamis Wave Energy Converter
Pelamis Wave Power
Pepperdine Waves
Periodic travelling wave
Permanent Wave (album)
Permanent wave (disambiguation)
PGO waves
Phase-space wavefunctions
Phase (waves)
Philippine New Wave Cinema
Pilot wave theory
Planar lightwave circuit interferometer
Planet Waves
Plane wave
Plane wave expansion method
Plane wave tube
Plastic Crimewave
Poisson wavelet
Polarization (waves)
Pools of Sorrow, Waves of Joy
Pope-Waverley
Pop Secret Microwave Popcorn 400
Portland Wave
Possession (Joywave album)
PPG Wave
Pp-wave spacetime
Pressure wave
Pressure wave supercharger
Pride Shockwave 2006
Primary Wave (company)
Prolate spheroidal wave function
Pro Wrestling Wave
Psion Wavefinder
PS Waverley
Pulse wave
Pulse wave velocity
PV-Wave
P wave
P wave (electrocardiography)
P-wave modulus
Pyramid wavefront sensor
Quarter-wave impedance transformer
Q wave
Radcliffe wave
Radio wave
Radio Wave 96.5
Radio Waves
Radio Waves (Eli Young Band song)
Radio Waves (Seigmen album)
Rainwave
Rayleigh wave
Rebel Girl (Angels & Airwaves song)
Relativistic wave equations
Renegade Soundwave
Revolutionary wave
RF and microwave filter
RFA Wave Baron (A242)
RFA Wave Chief (A265)
RFA Wave Duke (A246)
RFA Wave Emperor (A100)
RFA Wave King (A264)
RFA Wave Knight (A389)
RFA Wave Laird (A119)
RFA Wave Master (A193)
RFA Wave Prince (A207)
RFA Wave Ruler (A212)
RFA Wave Ruler (A390)
RFA Wave Sovereign (A211)
RFA Wave Victor (A220)
Rhythm of the Wave
Riband wave
Ride Your Wave
Riding the Wave
Rigorous coupled-wave analysis
Robb Wave Organ
Robert Adair, 1st Baron Waveney
Rock 'n' Roll Habits for the New Wave
Rockwave Festival
Rod Wave
Rogue wave
Rogue wave (disambiguation)
Rogue Wave Software
Rolling-wave planning
Romanian New Wave
Rossby-gravity waves
Rossby wave
Rossby wave instability in astrophysical discs
Routing and wavelength assignment
Rural Municipality of Waverley No. 44
Saab Microwave Systems
Samsung Wave 525
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Samsung Wave 575
Samsung Wave 723
Samsung Wave II S8530
Samsung Wave S8500
San Diego Sunwaves
Sands of Silence: Waves of Courage
Sand wave
Sawtooth wave
Say Hello, Wave Goodbye
Scanning multichannel microwave radiometer
SDE Sea Wave
Second-generation wavelet transform
Second wave
Second-wave feminism
Second-wave feminism in Germany
Second-wave positive psychology
Seismic wave
Seventh Wave
Seven Waves Away
ShackHartmann wavefront sensor
Shadow Wave
Shannon wavelet
Sharp waves and ripples
Shock wave
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Shockwave Assault
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Shockwave (comics)
Shockwave, Darkside
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Shockwave (game portal)
Shockwave (Jet Truck)
Shockwave (Kings Dominion)
Shock Wave (novel)
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Shock waves in astrophysics
Shock Wave (Six Flags Over Texas)
Shockwave (Star Trek: Enterprise)
Shock Waves (TV series)
Shockwave (TV series)
Shockwave (video game)
Shortwave bands
Shortwave listening
Short Wave Live
Shortwave (meteorology)
Short Wave on a Cold Day
Shortwave radio
Shortwave radio receiver
Sine wave
Sinewave synthesis
Single-wavelength anomalous dispersion
Sint-Katelijne-Waver
Sinusoidal plane wave
Sinusoidal plane-wave solutions of the electromagnetic wave equation
SKS wave
Skywave
Sleepmakeswaves
Slot-waveguide
Slow wave
Slow-wave potential
Slow-wave sleep
Small dusty wave
Small fan-footed wave
Smile and Wave
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Solitary wave
Slvesborg medium wave transmitter
Soundwave
Sound Wave (album)
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Soundwave Festival (San Francisco)
Soundwave (Transformers)
Sounwave
South Waverly, Pennsylvania
Spacetime wave packets
Special sensor microwave/imager
Spending wave
Spherical surface acoustic wave (SAW) sensor
Spike-and-wave
Spin density wave
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Spline wavelet
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Standing wave
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Starwave
Stewart Brooke-Wavell
St Mary's Church, Wavertree
Stokes wave
St Peter's Church, Waverton
Strain wave gearing
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Strike wave of 19451946
Strmberg wavelet
Substrate integrated waveguide
Subwavelength-diameter optical fibre
Surf's Up 2: WaveMania
Surface acoustic wave
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Surfing on Sine Waves
Sverdrup wave
S wave
Swavesey
Swavesey Village College
Synthwave
Taiwanese wave
Talk:Angels & Airwaves
Talk:Atomiswave
Tapwave Zodiac
Taylorvon NeumannSedov blast wave
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Dreamwave Productions)
The 5th Wave
The 5th Wave (comic strip)
The 5th Wave (film)
The 5th Wave (novel)
The 5th Wave (series)
The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation, Volume II: The Kingdom on the Waves
The Crime Wave at Blandings
The Delaware Wave
The Denpa Men: They Came By Wave
The Elliott Wave Theorist
The Flower and the Angry Waves
The Furys (new wave band)
The Great Wave (book)
The Great Wave off Kanagawa
The Green Wave
The King of Fighters Neowave
The Last Wave
The Least We Can Do Is Wave to Each Other
The Mobile Wave
The New Wave (comics)
The New Wave in Jazz
The Next Wave (book)
The Nextwave Sessions
The Ninth Wave
The Pearl and the Wave
The Providence of the Waves
The Regents (new wave band)
The Restless Wave
The Restless Wave (book)
Thermal de Broglie wavelength
The Search for Everything: Wave Two
The Shockwave Rider
The Shortwave Set
The Sound of Waves
Theta wave
The Third Wave (2003 film)
The Third Wave (2007 film)
The Third Wave: Democratization in the Late Twentieth Century
The Third Wave (Toffler book)
The War (Angels & Airwaves song)
The Wave
The Wave (1981 film)
The Wave (2008 film)
The Wave (2015 film)
The Wave 96.4 FM
The Wave (album)
The Wave (Arizona)
The Wave (company)
The Wave, Coventry
The Wave (Gold Coast)
The Wave (novel)
The Wave of Long Island
The Wave Pictures
The Waverly Gallery
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The Wave Tower
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The Wind and The Wave
The Woman in the Waves
Third wave
Third-wave feminism
Third wave of coffee
Three-wave equation
Through the Waves
Tidal wave
Tidal Wave (1973 film)
Tidal Wave (2009 film)
TidalWave Productions
Tidal Wave (song)
Tidal Wave (Taking Back Sunday album)
Tidal Wave (The Apples EP)
Tidal Wave (Thorpe Park)
Tiree Wave Classic
TollmienSchlichting wave
TouchWave
Tracktion Waveform
Traffic wave
Trance Atlantic Air Waves
Trans Canada Microwave
Transformers: Generation One (Dreamwave)
Transverse wave
Transwave
Traveling-wave antenna
Traveling wave reactor
Traveling-wave tube
Triangle wave
Trochoidal wave
Tropical wave
Truant Wave
Trustwave Holdings
Tulane Green Wave
T wave
T-wave
T wave alternans
Two-wave with diffuse power fading
Ultimate Alternative Wavers
Ultrawave
Undercompressive shock wave
Undertow (water waves)
Under Waves of the Brown Coat
Unihemispheric slow-wave sleep
Union of Swiss Short Wave Amateurs
Universal wavefunction
User:Microwave Anarchist/List of Crawley Town F.C. players
User:NuclearVacuum/Userboxes/NewWave
U wave
Vaporwave
VeriWave
Vickers Aircraft Wave
Walking on Sunshine (Katrina and the Waves album)
Walking on Sunshine (Katrina and the Waves song)
Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Five
Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Three
Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Two
War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave
Wave
Wave 1
Wave 105
Wave 4
Wave action (continuum mechanics)
WaveAid
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Wave (Antnio Carlos Jobim song)
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Wave audio
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Waveband Communications
WaveBird Wireless Controller
Wave Blaster
Wave (brig)
WaveBurner
Wave-class oiler
Wave-class tanker
Wave cloud
Wavecom
Wavecurrent interaction
Wave-cut platform
Waved albatross
Wave dash
WaveDecks
Wave (Deraniyagala book)
Wave (disambiguation)
Wave disk engine
Wave drag
Wave Dragon
Waved woodpecker
Wave equation
Wave equation analysis
Wave farm
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Wave Financial
Wave FM
Waveform
Wave-formed ripple
Waveform monitor
Waveform (podcast)
Waveform Records
WaveFrame AudioFrame
Wavefront
Wavefront curvature sensor
Wavefront (disambiguation)
Wavefront expansion algorithm
Wavefront .obj file
Wave front set
Wavefront Technology Solutions
Wave function
Wave function collapse
Wave function renormalization
Wavegen
Wave (gesture)
Wave Goodbye Tour
Wave-Gotik-Treffen
WaveGroup Sound
Waveguide
Waveguide filter
Waveguide (optics)
Waveguide (radio frequency)
Wave height
Wave Hill
Wave Hill (disambiguation)
Wave Hill walk-off
Wave Hub
Wave impedance
Wave interference
WaveLab
WaveLAN
Waveland
Waveland, Florida
Waveland, Indiana
Waveland, Mississippi
WaveLength
Wavelength
Wavelength (1967 film)
Wavelength (1983 film)
Wavelength (album)
Wavelength (disambiguation)
Wavelength-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy
Wavelength-division multiplexing
Wavelength (magazine)
Wavelength selective switching
Wavelength switched optical network
Waveless order fulfillment
Wavelet
Wavelet modulation
Wavelet noise
Wavelet packet decomposition
Wavelet scalar quantization
Wavelet transform
Wavelet Tree
Wavelight
Wave, Listen to Me!
Wavell Heights, Queensland
Wavell Hinds
Wavellite
Wavell Wakefield, 1st Baron Wakefield of Kendal
Wave Loch
Wavel Ramkalawan
Wave (magazine)
WaveMaker
Wavemaker (media agency)
Wavemakers
Wave-making resistance
Wave Mate Bullet
Wave mechanics
Wave method
Wave model
Wavendon
WaveNet
Waveney
Waveney Bicker Caarten
Waveney-class lifeboat
Waveney District
Waveney Valley line
Wavenumber
Wavenumberfrequency diagram
Waveny Park
Wave offering
Wave of Heat
Wave of Mutilation: Best of Pixies
Wave Organ
Wave packet
WavePad Audio Editor
Waveparticle duality
Waveparticle duality relation
Wave (Patti Smith Group album)
Wave picking
Wave-piercing hull
Waveplate
Wave pool
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Wave power in India
Wave propagation
Waver
Wave Race
Wave Race 64
Wave Race: Blue Storm
Wave Racer
Wave radar
Wave radio
Wave Radio (internet)
Waverider
Waverider (comics)
Waverley
Waverley Abbey
Waverley BC v Fletcher
Waverley Bus Depot
Waverley Cemetery
Waverley College
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Waverley Mall
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Waverley Novels
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Waverly Hall, Georgia
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Waverly, Tennessee, tank car explosion
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Waverly Township, Michigan
Waverly Village Hall
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Waverton
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Waverton Good Read Award
Waverton Investment Management
Wavertree
Wavertree Botanic Gardens
Wavertree Sports Park
Wavertree (ward)
Wavertree Windmill
Waver Velvet
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Waves
Waves '98
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Waves and shallow water
Waves Are Dancing
Waves Audio
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Waves (EP)
Wave setup
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Waves for Water
Waves (hairstyle)
Waveshaper
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Wave shoaling
Waves (Hundige)
Waves II
Waves in plasmas
Waveski
Waves (Mono Band song)
Waves (Mr Probz song)
Waves (Normani song)
Waves, North Carolina
Waves of democracy
Waves of economic development
Waves of Fate
Waves of Life and Love
Waves of Lust
Waves of mass migrations from Hong Kong
Waves of the Danube
Waves of Visual Decay
Wave soldering
Wave speed
Waves (Rachel Platten album)
Waves Radio
Waves: Radio 1 Sessions 9094
Waves (Rhydian Roberts album)
Waves (Story Untold album)
Wave surface
Wavetable
Wavetable synthesis
Wave tank
WAVE Trust
Wave (T-Square album)
WAVE (TV)
Wave vector
Wave velocity
Wavey
We Are the Wave
Whispering-gallery wave
WhiteWave Foods
Wild Waves
Wild Waves Theme Park
Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe
William Walker, 1st Baron Wavertree
Wind wave
Wind-wave dissipation
Wind wave model
Witching Waves
Witch of the Wave
Wizards of Waverly Place
Wizards of Waverly Place (soundtrack)
Wizards of Waverly Place: Spellbound
Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie
Women on Waves
WRNO (shortwave)
X-ray standing waves
X-wave
Yamaha WaveBlaster
Yonezawa Wave Hunter
Yugoslav Black Wave
Zeesen short-wave transmitter (1931)
Zero-dispersion wavelength
Zero-mode waveguide
Z-Wave
Zynewave Podium


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