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- n. Plural form of fulguration.
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They are produced by what he calls fulgurations of God.
Such are the "fulgurations" of Leibniz, those very rich digressions of Schopenhauer, etc.
In 1997 the Sun erupted some 87 fulgurations that possibly affected the temperature of the El Nià±o Southern Oscillation.
Thus God alone is the primary unity or original simple substance, of which all created or derivative Monads are products and have their birth, so to speak, through continual fulgurations of the Divinity from moment to moment, limited by the receptivity of the created being, of whose essence it is to have limits.
This man, with his giant stature, who was master of the zaimph, ruled Rabbetna as much as did Baal, and seemed to her to be surrounded by the same fulgurations; and then the souls of the gods sometimes visited the bodies of men.
The “continual fulgurations of the Di - vinity,” he thought, are never divorced from harmony,
He saw his life in sharp fulgurations; the farm (cleared of debt through