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  • n. A source from which useful energy can be extracted or recovered either directly or by means of a conversion or transformation process (e.g. solid fuels, liquid fuels, solar energy, biomass, etc.)

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Examples

  • DOWSING: A method of locating an energy source by using a device like a forked stick, L-rod, or pendulum.

    CREATE YOUR OWN FUTURE

  • Before enrolling in the certification course, students must attend SUNDOOR’s Fire Initiation Training—a course in leadership, personal development, and spiritual expansion that helps students eliminate past negative patterns, regain a sense of purpose, and connect with a universal energy source for guidance and direction.

    You’re Certifiable

  • I n-need something, some energy source outside the stone and myself.

    Fire Dancer

  • “Jeraddo was only converted to an energy source five years ago, not a thousand.”

    MILLENNIUM

  • The problem has been an energy source that could tolerate the demands full f.t.l. speed requires.

    the ship who sang

  • Her pile was fresh, though she wished someone would rattle a few brains and develop an energy source that would utilize the full potential of the f.t.l. principle.

    the ship who sang

  • The program requires that students first attend SUNDOOR’s Fire Initiation Training—a course in leadership, personal development, and spiritual expansion that helps students eliminate past negative patterns, regain a sense of purpose, and connect with a universal energy source for guidance and direction.

    You’re Certifiable

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