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The spirits discarnate await a chance of entering into women, and being reborn.
This intelligence or initiative can surely be as well supplied by the sub-consciousness as by a discarnate intelligence.
BYGONE BELIEFSH. STANLEY REDGROVE
His psychic apparatus never failed in letting him know the proximity of an incarnate or discarnate being.
DAY AND NIGHT STORIESALGERNON BLACKWOOD
We are aware of unbodied emotions about us, of discarnate moods that mock or invite us.
Dark discarnate hate manifests itself to those within reach.
If discarnate spirits don't trouble about the personal affairs of those on earth, the "Cui Bono" argument is hurled at them.
SEEN AND UNSEENE. KATHARINE BATES
It is easy to imagine that any spirits—carnate or discarnate—might deem it a privilege to haunt so exquisite a spot.
SEEN AND UNSEENE. KATHARINE BATES
That would suggest a difference of opinion on the manner of nature of reincarnation or the discarnate state.
LAST ENEMYHENRY BEAM PIPER
So they postulate an unconscious discarnate personality, or, as you put it, one in a somnambulistic state.
LAST ENEMYHENRY BEAM PIPER
Dirzed and Olirzon and the others aren't dead; they're just waiting, discarnate, between physical lives.
LAST ENEMYHENRY BEAM PIPER

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