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Continents submit to the same law; history and science show how they pass through a series of immersions and emersions; after Lemuria, which bore the third race, came Atlantis, the mother of the fourth;
Divine Blessedness, at the three immersions and emersions of the initiated.
I availed myself of the clearness of the nights, to observe at the plantation of Tuy two emersions of the first and third satellites of
I obtained during the night emersions of the second, third, and fourth satellites of Jupiter, with observations for time and latitude.
The Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, Oregon and California To which is Added a Description of the Physical Geography of California, with Recent Notices of the Gold Region from the Latest and Most Authentic Sources
I availed myself of the clearness of the nights, to observe at the plantation of Tuy two emersions of the first and third satellites of Jupiter.
'' For they who (without necessary cause) are not baptized with three emersions and immersions are in danger of being unbaptized.
By the trine immersion, '' we confess the dogma of the divinely sovereign Trinity pronounced in the invocations ''; and not only this, but also '' the dogma of the dispensation of Christ our God and Savior, '' inasmuch as the three immersions and emersions '' symbolically typify His death and burial, and His resurrection on the third day. '' [
Oikonomos comments that '' the Latins … limp … on both legs as regards the correct baptismal rite; in the other words, as regards the three emersions and immersions, which the sons of Arius and Macedonius genuinely performed according to the Apostolic tradition. '' [