What are many waters?
At Revelation 17:1, we read of a woman who sits on "many waters." This woman is a "harlot" and has a name: "Babylon the Great." This "harlot" symbolizes the world empire of religion that opposes the GOD of heaven. In verse 15 of that same chapter, the "many waters" are identified: "The waters that you saw, where the harlot is sitting, mean peoples and crowds and nations and tongues." So, the many waters are people out of all nations that this "woman" controls, and that support her.
The singular noun, water is an uncountable noun, a word for a substance. The noun 'waters' is the plural. The plural form for many uncountable nouns has specific contexts. The plural form 'waters' is a word for an area of seawater bordering on and under the control of a country, territorial waters (sailing Spanish waters); water from a particular source (the waters at Baden-Baden); or used for a particular type of situation (navigating troubled waters).
many things lie beneath the ocean waters including sand, fish, sharks,dolphins,whales etc. there are many undiscovered species in the waters. nobody can be sure exactly what but i think it is this :) under that is some rock that gets hotter as you venture deeper until you get through the earths crust.
After A Wrinkle in Time comes A Wind in the Door, then A Swiftly Tilting Planet, after that is Many Waters, and the last one is An Acceptable Time. However, there is a note to remember. Here is the CORRECT way to read the Quintet: A Wrinkle in Time A Wind in The Door Many Waters A Swiftly Tilting Planet An Acceptable Time If you want the books in PUBLICATION order: A Wrinkle in Time…