When Julie Preston has her flashback of Jonathan Corbis during what appears to be the colonial era, Corbis makes the statement "Who amongst thee dares cast into an eternity of Limbo..?" In the context of the movie's theme, the religious references are routinely peculiar. Yet the settlers portrayed practiced a Puritan tradition, so the remark about Limbo would not reflect Puritan or most Protestant beliefs, as Limbo is primarily a Catholic concept. See more
Hear me, O Lord, of light everlasting. I, Jonathan Corbis, pertition thee thy voice on Earth. O Master of the World, hear me. I pertition thee.
[the organ begins to play
Hail, O Prince of the Abyss, in thy name, let us behold... the father, the ram of the sun, the moon, the stars. Hail, O deathless one.