Sounds That Represent Compound Processes

Sounds That Represent Compound Processes

DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-8079-9.ch002

Abstract

In Chapter 1, the authors introduced three divine general process types: assignment, manifestation, and containment. In this chapter, they discuss four additional divine general process types which are combinations of the three divine general process types from Chapter 1. They are called compound divine general process types. This will complete the introduction of all seven divine general process types from Figure 11 of Chapter 1.
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Compound Divine General Process Types

In Chapter 1, we introduced the three elementary (simple) Divine general process types “Assignment,” “Manifestation,” and “Containment.” Now, we will introduce “compound Divine general process types.” These are general process types that combine two of the elementary general process types or all three of them.

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