OK ames, one thing I wanted to mention about the "Adam" "atom" similarity. Different languages.
Atom is a ancient Greek word coined by either Socrates or Plato which I believe literally translates into "smallest part". (I could be a little inaccurate on that though).
Adam is ancient Hebrew and translates as "Man of the Earth". Now while one might be able to argue that when it was translated into Greek from the original Hebrew that the confusion exists EXCEPT that the Greeks were phenomenal linguists and had extensive knowledge on all the languages of the Mediterranean coastlines (which included Egyptian, Latin and Hebrew as well as some of the Macedonian dialects of northern Greece and the Etruscan dialects of the Italian peninsula (which as far as I can tell is the mother language of the Latin family, predating Latin itself)).
As such, the Greeks are not likely to have made this grievous error. Their skill with language can be seen on the Rosetta stone and the original ancient Greek translations of the Hebrew Old Testament (which, you will find, are remarkably close to Hebrew, more so than English translations).
Now the thought of God being formless until the dawn of man is very intriguing and I do look forward to what you have to say about it. I will have to ponder that a while.