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trident(trī`dənt), in Greek mythology, three-pronged fork borne by Poseidon. It was variously represented as a fishing spear, a goad, or forked lightning.
Trident(religion, spiritualism, and occult)
The trident is the alchemical sign for water, from its association with Poseidon, Greek god of the sea and creator of waters. Son of Kronos and Rhea, and brother of Zeus, Poseidon split the earth with his trident, earning himself the title "Earth Shaker," according to Homer.
In India, Shiva was trident-bearer to Kali. Originally thought of as a triple phallus, the trident has come to be associated with Satan's pitchfork in the Christian tradition.
In Ceremonial Magic, a necromantic trident is fashioned of hazel wood. The old grimoires state that it should be cut at the full moon, from a tree that has never borne fruit, and with a knife whose blade has not previously been used. The shaft of the Trident is then engraved with the magic words "Tetragammaton" and "Jehova."
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Charles Ploix (La Nature et les Dieux) associates the trident with the wand used in water witching. Mircea Eliade suggests that the trident was originally a representation of the teeth of sea monsters, aligning it with Poseidon's world and with the three-headed Cerberus.
Browser RenderingBrowser Engine Engine Internet Explorer Trident Trident AOL Explorer Trident Trident Firefox Gecko Gecko Safari Webkit WebKit Chrome as of V28 Chromium Blink Chrome up to V27 Chromium WebKit Edge as of V80 Chromium Blink Edge up to V79 Microsoft EdgeHTML Opera as of V15 Chromium Blink Opera up to V14 Opera Presto Konqueror KHTML KHTML Brave Chromium Blink Vivaldi Chromium Blink Android browsers Chromium Blink iOS browsers Chromium WebKit
browser rendering engineSoftware that renders HTML pages (Web pages). A browser rendering engine turns content coded in HTML into the text and images for the screen and printer. Also called a "layout engine," a rendering engine is used by Web browsers, email programs (for HTML email) and other applications that render HTML content. Following is a sampling of popular browsers and their rendering engines. See HTML, HTML email and render.
RenderingBrowser Engine Source Internet Explorer Trident Microsoft AOL Explorer Trident Microsoft Firefox Gecko Mozilla Safari WebKit Apple Chrome up to V27 WebKit Apple Chrome as of V28 Blink Chromium Edge up to V79 EdgeHTML Microsoft Edge as of V80 Blink Chromium Opera up to V14 Presto Opera Opera as of V15 Blink Chromium Konqueror KHTML KHTML Brave Blink Chromium Vivaldi Blink Chromium Android browsers Blink Chromium iOS browsers WebKit Apple