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At the time when Aristotle brought up to the world of physics the word “ether”, this word had already been known for millennia. Ether is a part of energy that had it’s name in each culture. Taoists called it “čchi” Babylonians “ti”, Inds “Ódžas”, the Japanese “rei ki”, Hebrews “ruach”, Tibetians “šugs rlung”, the Vedic religion “prána”.
Four thousand years later occultist Reichenbach called the spatial irradiation of life energy “ód”. In many cases of the new history this energy of life matter that irradiates into it’s surroundings was called “magnetism”. This “magical” energy still calls up our attention that is even getting greater and that’s why it would be appropriate to summarize it’s very long terminology. In the literature it is usually described as cosmic energy. That’s how we called it in our empirical research and I think that this…
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