Job 26:5 (KJV)

5 Dead things are formed (chuwl) from under the waters, and the inhabitants thereof

This strange verse is also translated as ‘the dead tremble’ by the NKJV. I am reminded of Kat Kerr’s revelation/prophecy of cremated people being resurrected at their own funeral. She describes seeing a whirlwind with the person eventually appearing in the middle of it and God knowing where all their atoms were (to use again?). The word chuwl can mean a twisting or whirlwind or to form or bring forth.

With those  definitions in mind could this verse be a hint at God copying designs ‘stored’ from dead things in the sea-as in Genesis  1;20-21, day 5 of creation

It is worth noting that translations vary a lot with this verse.