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Definition of Etheric
1. ether [adj] - See also: ether
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Etheric
Literary usage of Etheric
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1. Future Life in the Light of Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science by Louis Lucien Baclé (1906)
"CHAPTER VIII THE BORDER-LAND OF SCIENCE The Higher the Organism, the more Complex is the etheric Grouping constituting its Life-force. ..."
2. A Dictionary of Some Theosophical Terms by Powis Hoult (1910)
"etheric Body — A body formed of the matter of the etheric sub-planes; the etheric DOUBLE (qv). etheric Double — The counterpart of the dense physical body, ..."
3. The Dead Have Never Died by Edward Caleb Randall (1917)
"CHAPTER X etheric ENVIRONMENT DESIRING a clear comprehension of the etheric spheres outside the physical, and having opportunity to speak with one very ..."
4. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1917)
"... Sidereal, Cosmic or Inter-etheric transparencies of Elemental or uncreated Intelligent Forces or " Angels" as they are Spirit were reproduced. ..."