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the fifth and highest element after air and earth and fire and water

any of a class of organic compounds that have two hydrocarbon groups linked by an oxygen atom

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a medium that was once supposed to fill all space and to support the propagation of electromagnetic waves


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The sonic, visual and kinesthetic impressions functioned to add an etheric quality in contrast to the sharp movements of krump.
All five mixed-substituent polymers were obtained by the reactions of poly(dichlorophosphazene) with the appropriate alkoxide and etheric nucleophiles.
This can reveal the greater possibility of etheric linkage break under UV irradiation.
Bulgaria's booth includes the country's strongest companies in the fields of meat and dairy production, winery, apiary and cosmetics, in particular rose etheric oil products.
Skeletons Sail an Etheric Ocean: Approaching the Ghost in John Carpenter's The Fog.
Steiner maintains that a person has a physical body (resembling the mineral world), an etheric body (which plants can also claim), an astral body (which humans share with the animal kingdom at large and which is the vehicle of sensation and passion), and finally, an ego, which differentiates human beings from all otherworldly creatures.
That can mean everything from your intuitive self right to your tolerance of drugs as the Moon triggers your etheric body, which is more sensitive than your physical one.
He added that while here, he planned to visit St Mary's Cathedral and perform what he describes as: "A meditation format seance, with prayer, creating an etheric plane to communicate with spirits of the dead and others.
precognitive dreams, reincarnation, retrocognition, presentiment, etheric reduplication TABLE 3 DIFFERENT PARAPSYCHOLOGICALIY RELEVANT DEJA EXPERIENCES WITH YEAR OF DEVELOPMENT deja pressenti already "sensed"-as in "knew" it would happen; presentiment (Neppe, 1981c), deja retrosenti already sensed the past (Neppe, 2006e) deja preconnaitre already precognized (Neppe, 2009) deja prevu already foreseen (Leroy, 1898) --not used deja reve already dreamt (Fouillee, 1885; Funkhouser, 1981; Neppe, 1981c) deja vecu already lived through, fully experienced/recollected in its entirety (Lalande, 1893) deja revecu already lived through (Peillaube, 1910, p.
963456 Aromatic preparations for food; candy for food; carbohydrate-based food preparations being dietetic supplements or nutritional additives; dextrose for food; essences for foodstuffs (except etheric essences and essential oils); farinaceous food pastes; farinaceous foods; flour for food; foods farinaceous foods; glucose for food; gluten for food; processed grains for use in food; groats; gruel, with a milk base, for food; malt extract for food; molasses for food; oat-based food; potato flour for food; salt for preserving foodstuffs; snack foods cereal-based; starch for food; starch products for food; tapioca flour for food; thickening agents for cooking foodstuffs; turmeric for food; herbal tea; all included in Class 30.
Human energy management or Aura-Chi Healing is a 5000-year-old science that uses Chi, or energy, to heal the physical and etheric body.
The stages of dying are beautifully described by heater and author Barbara Brennan, who describes the disintegration of the chakras and the tower etheric bodies which hold the physical body together.
Unplanned, etheric halos add instant atmosphere, and the plastic camera's low-contrast image can give photos a dreamlike quality that even avid Photoshoppers can't quite match.
Complete Body Analysis: In-depth analysis of your etheric and astral body, and seven chakras, which are the energy centers in the body related to nerve plexus centers.
Through life's experiences we acquire cords, on the etheric level, between ourselves and other people.