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These paintings by Brunei with the central one titled Apotheosis of Washington.
They are called the Apotheosis because this is Lincoln being received in heaven by George Washington, the father of his country.
Judging Lincoln 2002
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PETERSON: "Apotheosis" means making into a God, making immortal.
The two principal didactic poems are the "Apotheosis", on the dogma of the Trinity, and the "Hamartigenia", on the origin of sin.
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss 1840-1916 1913
A deification ceremony was then performed 'Apotheosis'.
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED Mike Rivero 2010
The closing 'Apotheosis', in which Apollo leads the three Muses towards Parnassus, brings together the various rhythmic elements of the work in music that is not just serenely beautiful but also seems to speak of something deeper and darker, something beyond reason and order.
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As might be guessed from the name of this series (Apotheosis), the book specifically deals with ascension to godhood, or at least the perceived ascension to god-like status by man and/or artificial intelligence.
His latest book is Heretics (Feb 2010), the second volume in the Apotheosis Trilogy.
Prophets by S. Andrew Swann is the first book in his new Apotheosis series.