Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Ether; one of the five gross elements (the others being air, fire, water, and earth) which, according to the Sānkhya system of Indian philosophy, make up the visible world; the subtile fluid which fills and pervades infinity and is supposed to be the peculiar vehicle of life and sound. Unlike air (vāyu), which is always moving and penetrates only where it can find an entrance, akasha is perfectly immovable and exists everywhere.
- n. alternative spelling of akasa.
““Knowledge gleaned from the akasha is not for those who are blind to its light.””
“My own transformation began, but as the akasha flowed over me, Lisette slammed my head into the hood of her limo five times in succession, breaking my concentration.”
“Her inner struggle played out visibly in the akasha as I watched.”
“Through the akasha, I could see its beak snapping toward her heart on the spirit plane.”
“So I opened my eyes to the akasha once more and resumed my vigil.”
“What if, after I shared knowledge from the akasha once again, the other Mousers did find a way to exile me completely?”
“Still worried about Greta, I closed my eyes to the physical world and reopened them to the akasha.”
“One step closer to the real me, in combat mode, as Eric calls it, I see the akasha more clearly.”
“The creature showed up through the akasha as sudden bursts of light, visible only when he moved.”
“Through the akasha, people walking by outside or driving in their cars became visible, even through the walls.”
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