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The spirit, the spirit, not a brother, nor a sister spirit, but an unembodied spirit (with none of the associations or incidents of the physical nature).
As it turns out, these theorists really do help to explicate the highly abstract, unembodied discourse of demons and angels.
Once did I witness an outburst of his unembodied spirit.
For the difficult "Stanzas," Allen proposes "the unembodied essence" of nature or such a "quickening spell" which passes over one, like a UFO.
A person's 'envy,' unembodied in action, becomes pure moonshine from a praxeological point of view.