- adj. Not causal.
- a- + causal (Wiktionary)
“Now, there is a second fundamental solution for the wave equation; the so called "acausal”
“The chapter on the quantum brain, for example, overinterprets the concept of decoherence, misapplies the word "acausal" and misses out entanglement altogether.”
“The co-occurrence of the events cannot be explained as one event causing another event—Jung called the connection acausal.”
“This is completely acausal, when considering the universe.”
“Carl Jung coined the word "synchronicity," to refer to those "acausal connecting realities.”
“By acausal ways is meant presencing by means of rites such as the Nine Angles with the energies left to disperse as they will.”
“Also, such exoteric things are exoteric – that is, forms to presence the acausal.”
“Do acts of real danger accelerate the flow of acausal in the consciousness of the Initiate?”
“[Note: archetypes are types of acausal living beings which exist in the causal.] “America” is not a living being.”
“Some examples may be some of the music of Bach, or the violins of Stradivari – which through their use or performance could, particularly if created for the purpose and imbued with the acausal – become as a Nexion.”
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Lyricism and Lollipops, naysayers forbidden... thanks sucker:)
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