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  • adjective Of or pertaining to the Russian inventor Semyon Davidovich Kirlian, and to his process of recording corona discharges from the surface of objects onto photographic plates.

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  • I saw Kirlian sparks leap between our fingertips when I touched him.

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  • A series about interstellar agents who travel thanks to their extremely strong Kirlian auras, enabling them to take over the minds of locals when they have problems to fix.

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  • But the Kirlian aura analysis—he still preferred the old Earth term for it—had shown that the female's aura was supercharged with conflict and with insupportable physiological overload.

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  • "Like the old Kirlian patterns," Christine Chapel said to McCoy, "which were said to show results of psychic healing."

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  • "Like the old Kirlian patterns," Christine Chapel said to McCoy, "which were said to show results of psychic healing."

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  • But the Kirlian aura analysis—he still preferred the old Earth term for it—had shown that the female's aura was supercharged with conflict and with insupportable physiological overload.

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  • "Like the old Kirlian patterns," Christine Chapel said to McCoy, "which were said to show results of psychic healing."

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  • But the Kirlian aura analysis—he still preferred the old Earth term for it—had shown that the female's aura was supercharged with conflict and with insupportable physiological overload.

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  • A series about interstellar agents who travel thanks to their extremely strong Kirlian auras, enabling them to take over the minds of locals when they have problems to fix.

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  • A few years ago, they called it "Kirlian Energy", and before that it was "psi", and before that it was "orgone", and before that it was "spiritualism".

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