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materialisations

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  • noun Plural form of materialisation.

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Examples

  • Little plans sketched on paper, strokes of a pen or of a brush, will be the first materialisations of what will at last obliterate every detail and atom of these re-echoing actualities that overwhelm us now.

    A Modern Utopia

  • In these strange phenomena, not only manifestations of the higher consciousness, analogous with or similar to those just cited, have been noted, but also a number of facts which prove, to some extent, the casual presence in a normal human body or in materialised abnormal forms, of beings other than that which constitutes the personality of the one possessed, or of the medium who conditions these materialisations.

    Reincarnation A Study in Human Evolution

  • The old man believes so thoroughly in rappings and materialisations that he constantly keeps a notebook in his pocket in which he records all the materialisations he thinks he sees and the rappings he hears, along with the time and place.

    The Silent Bullet

  • Little plans sketched on paper, strokes of a pen or of a brush, will be the first materialisations of what will at last obliterate every detail and atom of these re-echoing actualities that overwhelm us now.

    A Modern Utopia

  • Musical boxes resounded, violins gave forth ravishing airs, the sitters were touched by unseen fingers when everybody's hands were touching all around the table, and from the middle of it materialisations swathed in muslin were built up.

    Queen Lucia

  • So saying, Dana Da gasped and passed away into a land where, if all be true, there are no materialisations and the making of new creeds is discouraged.

    Soldiers Three

  • He talked a good real of "Karma," of "materialisations" and of the

    The Indian Lily and Other Stories

  • By 'Ectoplastic' Mr. Myers appears to have meant small 'materialisations' exterior to the

    Historical Mysteries

  • It seems that all the vile scenes emerging from the stygian gloom in Rosa's painting are materialisations of darkness itself.

    The Guardian World News

  • In 1931, Duncan she was examined by her materialisations, which turned out to be a stockinette undervest

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

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