transmigration

[ trans-mahy-grey-shuh n, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF transmigration

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Like the Buddhists, the Hindus believe in the transmigration of souls.

During his transmigration he had been briefed for the trouble on Deneb IV.

He believed in the transmigration of souls, and the indestructibility of matter.

Had he died on the same day,” you said, “one might have supposed a transmigration.

It is not that she has been a hypocrite,—it is that she is a transmigration.

She would seem here to allude to the doctrine of the transmigration of souls.

We do not believe in transmigration in the individual at all, but in the transmigration of classes.

They have also some notion of the doctrine of transmigration.

It is in these opinions, that we detect the ancient doctrine of transmigration.

The whole period of transmigration is (they say) three thousand years.

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