from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Deprived of flesh.
- v. To deprive of flesh.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To deprive or clear of flesh.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To deprive or clear of flesh; separate, as blood-vessels, from the surrounding fleshy parts.
- Divested of flesh; disembodied.
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If there are excarnate souls conscious and active, some of them may, as we might expect, be more aggressive, violent, and unruly than others.
The remarks “He Louis, the spirit on the other side wants to see Billie” and “Go out and tell him to come” refer to a William Parker who lived across the street and who had previously been to a sitting with Piper and communicated with the excarnate Louis.
In a possible scenario, the abduction mystery would be about real otherworldly visitations, beings of a kind perhaps related to apparitions of the Virgin Mary, or fairies, or demons, or other creatures of an elemental, discarnate or excarnate nature.
Can you escape the conclusion that, behind all this welter of races and separate histories aloof or barking at each other, there is yet somewhere, within the ringfence of humankind, incarnate or excarnate, One Center from which all the threads and currents proceed, and all the great upward impulses are directed?
The writer does not hold that such knowledge is obtained from external or excarnate spirits, but rather through the personal Spirit Glimpses that is in man.
The psychic must learn to regard it as a perfectly natural experience that the spiritual states and positive thoughts of excarnate people should impinge upon his spiritual sphere, and while 'attentive to the holy vision,' should calmly accept the fact and maintain the attitude or response; not anxiously nor demandingly, but thankfully enjoying the spiritual communion and illumination thus afforded to him.
The going was easier to propose than to carry out: for in bygone days, when the Padres of Old Spain were building New Spain, Mission churches had to protect their flocks against the devil incarnate as well as excarnate.
For one, the more we understand that such exotic human abilities exist, the better to decide what we’re dealing with: simulations or excarnate minds?
We’re on more solid ground with communications psychologist John Klimo, who has been investigating EVP/ITC electronic voice phenomena/instrumental transcommunication.19 Klimo, who wrote a comprehensive study of “channeling,” has been experimenting with devices for recording signals from excarnate minds.
There are reports of lucid dreamers meeting up with deceased friends and relatives, whether phantoms of the dreamer’s imagination, or appearances of excarnate minds, is difficult to verify.