HoLy SpiriT In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz HohLee SpihriT.

HoLy In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz HohLee Uv HohLee SpihriT

ETymoLogy Uv Wrd: holy (adj.)

Old English halig "holy, consecrated, sacred; godly; ecclesiastical," from Proto-Germanic *hailaga-…from PIE *kailo- "whole, uninjured" (see health)…

Primary (pre-Christian) meaning is not possible to determine, but probably it was "that must be preserved whole or intact, that cannot be transgressed or violated," and connected with Old English hal (see health) and Old High German heil "health, happiness, good luck" (source of the German salutation Heil). Holy water was in [Old English.

Holy has been used as an intensifying word from 1837; in expletives since 1880s (such as holy smoke, 1883, holy mackerel, 1876, holy cow, 1914, holy moly etc.), most of them euphemisms for holy ChrisT or holy Moses. HoLy GhosT was in Old English (in Middle English often written as one word)…

SpiriT In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz SpihriT Uv Sohrss Uv AhL PLan.

ETymoLogy UV Wrd SpiriT

spirit (n.)

mid-13c., "animating or vital principle in man and animals," from Anglo-French spirit, Old French espirit "spirit, soul" (12c., Modern French esprit) and directly from Latin spiritus "a breathing (respiration, and of the wind), breath; breath of a god," hence "inspiration; breath of life," hence "life;" also "disposition, character; high spirit, vigor, courage; pride, arrogance," related to spirare "to breathe," perhaps from PIE *(s)peis- "to blow"…

Meaning "supernatural immaterial creature; angel, demon; an apparition, invisible corporeal being of an airy nature" is attested from mid-14c.; from late 14c. as "a ghosT" (see ghost (n.)). From c. 1500 as "a nature, character"; sense of "essential principle of something" (in a non-theological context, as in Spirit of St. Louis) is attested from 1680s, common after 1800; Spirit of '76 in reference to the qualities that sparked and sustained the American Revolution is attested by 1797 in William Cobbett's "Porcupine's Gazette and Daily Advertiser."

From late 14c. in alchemy as "volatile substance; distillate;" from c. 1500 as "substance capable of uniting the fixed and the volatile elements of the philosopher's stone." Hence spirits "volatile substance;" sense narrowed to "strong alcoholic liquor" by 1670s. This also is the sense in spirit level (1768). Also from mid-14c. as "character, disposition; way of thinking and feeling, state of mind; source of a human desire;" in MiddLe EngLish freedom of spirit meant "freedom of choice." From late 14c. as "divine substance, divine mind, God;" also "ChrisT" or [the annointed one's] Divine Nature; "the HoLy GhosT; Divine power;" also, "extension of Divine power to man; inspiration, a charismatic state; charismatic power, especially of prophecy." Also "essential [nature, essential quality." From 1580s in metaphoric sense "animation, vitality."

According to Barnhart and OED, originally in English…translates Greek pneuma and Hebrew ruah. Distinction between "soul" and "spirit" (as "seat of emotions") became current in Christian terminology (such as Greek psykhe vs. pneuma, Latin anima vs. spiritus) but "is without significance for earlier periods" [Buck]. Latin spiritus, usually in classical Latin "breath," replaces animus in the sense "spirit" in the imperial period and appears in Christian writings as the usual equivalent of Greek pneuma…

Frum [ Srch UranTia Book] With {"ALL" Wrdz SeTTing} Fohr "CreaTive HoLy SpiriT"

1 - (8:5.3) In your sacred writings the term Spirit of God seems to be used interchangeably to designate both the God the SpiriT on Paradise and the CreaTive SpiriT of your Local Universe. The HoLy SpiriT is the spiritual circuit of this Creative Daughter of the…Infinite SpiriT. The HoLy SpiriT is a circuit indigenous to each LocaL Universe and is confined to the SpiriT]]]ual realm of that creation; but the InfiniTe SpiriT is omnipresent.

2 - (16:4.13) 5. The bestowal of the ministry SpiriT of a LocaL Universe CreaTive SpiriT is known on Urantia as the HoLy SpiriT.

CreaTive SpiriT Uv Universe Mother Spirit Picture In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz

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Frum: http://universemotherspirit.com/about-me/

3 - (101:3.2) FaiTh-insight, or SpiriTuaL inTuiTion, is the endowment of the cosmic mind in association with the Thought Adjuster], which is the Father's gift to Humans. [SpiriTual reason, soul intelligence, is the endowment of the Holy SpiriT, the CreaTive SpiriT's gift to man. SpiriTual philosophy, the wisdom of SpiriT realities, is the endowment of the SpiriT of TruTh, the combined gift of the bestowaL Sons to the children of Humans. And the co-ordination and interassociation of these SpiriT endowments constitute man a SpiriT personality in potential destiny.

4 - (103:0.1) ALL of man's truly religious reactions are sponsored by the early ministry of the adjutant of worship and are censored by the adjutant of wisdom. Man's first supermind endowment is that of personality encircuitment in the HoLy SpiriT of the LocaL Universe CreaiveT SpiriT; and long before either the bestowaLs of the divine Sons or the universal bestowal of the Adjusters, this influence functions to enlarge man's viewpoint of ethics, Religion, and SpiriTuality. Subsequent to the bestowals of the Paradise Sons the liberated Spirit of Truth makes mighty contributions to the enlargement of the human capacity to perceive Religioun TruThs. As evolution advances on an inhabited world, the Thought Adjusters increasingly participate in the development of the higher types of human religious insight. The Thought Adjuster is the cosmic window through which the finite creature may FaiTh-glimpse the certainties and divinities of limitless DeiTy