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Synonyms for supernatural

Synonyms for supernatural

of, coming from, or relating to forces or beings that exist outside the natural world

greatly exceeding or departing from the normal course of nature

Synonyms for supernatural

supernatural forces and events and beings collectively

not existing in nature or subject to explanation according to natural laws

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He also suggests that the witchcraft legislation of the 1580s (like that of 1563 discussed by Devine below) was intended to suppress a solidly secular Catholic political risk rather than a more ephemeral supernatural malaise.
8220;Yes,” agrees Dan “and we hope that people will get behind us so that we can help them step into their God given right to walk in true supernatural power that will change their lives for the good.
Ron added: "It would have worked in Wallace's favour for people to think he had supernatural powers or had the supernatural on his side.
Yet supernatural explanations such as witchcraft were also frequently supported among children (ages 5 and up) and universally among adults.
Hoyt, and Edith Wharton', argues that supernatural tales by American women both known and unknown give voice to anxieties about male control over women and, in some cases, children.
They encourage the reader to take a step beyond their personal safety zones to step out into a life of radical Christianity or supernatural living.
Despite the wonderful efforts of many Canadian Catholic school teachers to bring the faith to our children, there is often a sense of the human taking precedence over the supernatural.
Students would be far better off if their parents would spend a fraction of the time they'll spend arguing about the Supernatural content of courses helping their children do better in school.
Are these activities supernatural, magical, or paranormal?
Sleep paralysis embodies a universal, biologically based explanation for pervasive beliefs in spirits and supernatural beings, even in the United States, Hufford argues.
Why did so many of those who did not see or hear or feel any supernatural sign, still believe the claims to be tree?
According to him, the naturalist opposition (against Plato as reinterpreted by Ficino) comes to a head in Pomponazzi, who "reversed the subordination of melancholy to divine inspiration assigned to it by Ficino and Nifo, with melancholy now viewed, not as a material agent of supernatural powers, but as an independently efficacious instigator of genius, capable of deceiving the mind into believing that it is being impelled by supernatural powers" (168).
To be a Humanist is to understand that there will be no supernatural reward or punishment for those choices.
Their contributions take us on a range of journeys that track the core of our supernatural sensibilities.
The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and Me: A Physician's Journey Into the Supernatural Realms of God' is a new publication written by Dr.