discarnate

[ dis-kahr-nit, -neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF discarnate

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After that superb test, why didn't he frankly say the discarnate had been proved?

How does it happen that some souls are in a body, while others are discarnate?

And that is the only sort of effort a discarnate individuality can exert.

The phantasmogenetic centre may thus, in my view, be equally well produced by an incarnate or by a discarnate spirit.

There is in such a case no apparent communication between the discarnate mind and the mind of the automatist.

Suppose that a discarnate spirit, in temporary possession of a living organism, is impelling it to motor automatisms.

And, lastly, there is the trance of possession by another, a discarnate spirit.

Sometimes he was entranced and the trance-utterance purported to be that of a discarnate spirit.

It is a mere projection; a shell; a form created by the discarnate spirit, a resemblance, a phantasm.

Discarnate, they cannot achieve their desires, yet they long to manifest again in the world of men.

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