from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The office or character of a seer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The office or quality of a seer.
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- noun The office or quality of a
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His world, will know itself divine "and in this new civilization the mass man will have for his surface consciousness, the deep subtle union of both zones, and the specialized teacher, leader and messenger of this new age, will forge ahead on the great white way of prophecy and seership which is born from the union of the finite and infinite mind.
But within the Master's crystal of seership I saw your simulacra enter the satrap's hall and watched as he awoke and faced you.
But, if all this be true, how can evil fall within the scope of seership?
Astrology, seership, prophecy, become plausible on the higher-time hypothesis.
After a night like this it was not improbable that he would fall asleep in very sound of the trumpet of truth as blown, by the grace of God, through the seership of Joseph Smith.
It is a perfectly calm, sane, sound, rational, common-sense shifting of consciousness from the phenomena of sense-perception to the phenomena of seership, from the thought of self to a distinctively higher realm ....
It is in the face of Tennyson, with its too self-conscious seership, and in all those vague faces of the imaginative paintings, into which, to use Pater's phrase,
What we need is that this interior tenderness shall be elevated into seership, that what in most is only yearning or blind love shall see clearly its way and hope and aim.
What we need is that this interior tenderness shall be elevated into seership, that what in most is only yearning or blind love shall see clearly its way and hope.
It is within common experience that this is the case in regard to dreams, wherein the faculty of seership is acting in its normal plane.