Divine force

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In terms, divine force (LH:5) refers to the mythical or metaphorical "force" of a god or goddess, e.g. the ankh of Hathor (Egypt, 2500BC), the "is of Aphrodite" (Greece, 700BC), or the vis of Venus (Rome, 200BC).[1]


The following are related quotes:

“Painting contains a ‘divine force’ which not only makes absent men present, as friendship is said to do but moreover makes the ‘dead’ seem almost alive.”
Leon Alberti (c.1445), Source[2]

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See also


  1. Campana, Joseph. (2012). The Pain of Reformation (pg.13). Fordham.
  2. Alberti – AZQuotes.com.

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