a.1.Prevalent everywhere or in all things.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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[T]hat omniprevalent law of laws, the law of periodicity.
Guiding our imaginations by that omniprevalent law of laws, the law of periodicity, are we not, indeed, more than justified in entertaining a belief--let us say, rather, in indulging a hope--that the processes we have here ventured to contemplate will be renewed forever, and forever; a novel Universe swelling into existence, and then subsiding into nothingness, at every throb of the Heart Divine?
As Kepler "guessed" the "three omniprevalent laws of revolution" (1848: 105), whose truth was later on demonstrated by the "mathematical Newton" (1848: 105), similarly, his cosmogony from Eureka is true, since he proves its truth by recourse to the Newtonian physics.