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Definition of Ectoplasm
Ectoplasm Ec"to*plasm, n. [Ecto- + Gr. ? form.] (Biol.)
(a) The outer transparent layer of protoplasm in a developing
(b) The outer hyaline layer of protoplasm in a vegetable
(c) The ectosarc of protozoan.
Meaning of Ectoplasm from wikipedia
(from the Gr**** ****s, meaning
"outside", and plasma, meaning
or molded") is a term used in spiritualism
to: In biology: Ectoplasm
(cell biology), the outer
part of the cytoplasm Ectoplasm
, outer layer
of soft tissue
- Refried Ectoplasm
(Switched on Volume
in July 1995, is a compilation
and rarities. Along
the British Witchcraft
Act of 1735. She was famous
for producing ectoplasm
made from cheesecloth. Victoria Helen MacFarlane
was born in Callander...
- Carrière and claimed
"materializations" were the result
of "ideoplasty" in which
the medium could
from her mind. Schrenck-Notzing...
(also exoplasm) (from the ancient
ἐκτός (èktòs): outside
and πλάσμα: plasma, literally
meaning: that which
has form) is the non-granulated...
- other effects
such as knocking, rapping, bell-ringing, etc. by using
from the cells
of their bodies
of séance attendees...
- book B.P.R.D., published
by Dark Horse
is a disembodied ectoplasmic spirit
abilities, who inhabits
- Epiphenomenal ectoplasm
, the lone ammonium molecule
problem, modal status problem
and the problem
beings. Epiphenomenal ectoplasm
physician-psychical researcher, Albert
von Schrenck-Notzing, investigated
Carrière and believed
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