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  • n. Plural form of hierophany.

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  • But if our somatic and vital worlds are invited to participate in our spiritual lives, making our sense of identity permeable to not only transcendent awareness but also immanent spiritual energies, then body and world become hierophanies -- sacred realities that are crucial for human and cosmic spiritual evolution.

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  • To your point about religious hierophanies in science fiction, I’ve always considered, “No Country for Old Men,” as including an instrumental merger of these two.

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  • 'A given knowledge and under - intradeical substance, which becomes t h e c o n j u n c t i o n of t h e e a r t h w i t h a This regenesis of blood involves the use standing of the holy scripture of YHWH "creations" a n d "hierophanies" in the thousand different time cells of Sonship. of unique energy vibrations of Light and which is the foundation for transfigu - o u t e r w o r l d s t h r o u g h Metatron.

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