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Definition of discarnates

Discarnate
Discarnate Dis*car"nate, a. [L. dis- + carnatus fleshy, fr. caro, carnis, flesh.] Stripped of flesh. [Obs.] ``Discarnate bones.' --Glanvill.

Meaning of discarnate from wikipedia

- tests that the 'personalities' of piper were fictitious creations and not discarnate spirits. studies of spiritism. new york: appleton. (1910) glimpses at
- crowley claimed that this voice, which he considered originated with a discarnate intelligence, dictated the book of the law (or liber legis) to him.
- the discarnates (異人たちとの夏, ijintachi to no natsu?) is a 1988 ****anese horror film directed by nobuhiko obayashi. morio kazama as hidemi harada tsurutarô
- phenomena can be explained by unconscious and deliberate fraud. he wrote that discarnate spirits in trance mediumship are secondary personalities from the mediums
- that is to say, they may be human, or non-human, separable souls, or discarnate spirits which have never inhabited a body. a sharp distinction is often
- was no one in the cabinet. he believed these sounds to be the voices of discarnate spirits. among the first recordings believed to be spirit voices were
- their guides. helena blavatsky talked about being advised by 'mahatmas', discarnate personages from india and especially tibet, who dressed and behaved according
- a ritual during which he reports being commanded to write book 4 by a discarnate entity named 'abuldiz' (sometimes spelled 'ab-ul-diz') in crowley's incomplete