aethereal

aethereal

(ɪˈθɪərɪəl)
adj
a variant spelling of ethereal1, ethereal2, ethereal3
aethereality n
aeˈthereally adv
References in classic literature ?
By humiliation and strong sufferance His weakness shall o'ercome Satanic strength, And all the world, and mass of sinful flesh; That all the Angels and aethereal Powers-- They now, and men hereafter--may discern From what consummate virtue I have chose This perfet man, by merit called my Son, To earn salvation for the sons of men.
Gregorius Tholsanus makes seven kinds of aethereal Spirits or Angels, according to the number of the seven Planets, Saturnine, Jovial, Martial, of which Cardan discourseth lib.
She is a "godslayer" who has been sent to the underworld as punishment for killing an Aethereal.
As history has it, Ugolino and his two sons and two grandsons were left to starve to death in the Tower of Muda in Pisa once the keys to the tower are thrown into a river hindering any reversal of fate: "Da / Dayadhvam: I have heard the key / Turn in the door once and turn once only / We think of the key, each in his prison / Thinking of the key, each confirms a prison / Only at nightfall, aethereal rumours / Revive for a moment a broken Coriolanus" (lines 410-16).
Alike exact to penetrate the Ways Of subtile Light, and fine aethereal Rays: What obstacle compels them, as they pass, To march diverted thro' the pervious Glass; What various Hues the lucid Pencils paint, How deep or glaring soften into faint: By what Degrees their hindred Shades unite, And bow their equal Mixture spreads a White.
Ipsa exception, both mortal igitur est in eo quod and immortal: for corrumpitur ita quod those things which are alteratur cum eo in perpetually changing in forma clue separatur a their inseparable form, materia, et in eo quod it changes with them, non corrumpitur, while for eternal things scilicet in natura celesti which have an remanet in forma, aethereal nature, it absque alterations.
But this section, Benjamin Lockerd argues in Aethereal Rumors, represents the aether, Aristotle's concept of a distinct element, nonetheless working in consort with the others.
which from God began, Natures aethereal, human, angel, man, Beast, bird, fish, insect, what no eye can see .
Coming from a closely knit family and a warm and affable social background with strong community ties, I also found it hard to understand Eliot's description of the self being locked up in its own prison, each "Thinking of the key, each confirms a prison / Only at nightfall, aethereal rumours / Revive for a moment a broken Coriolanus.
A notable exception is Benjamin Lockerd's fine book Aethereal Rumours: Eliot's Physics and Poetics (1998).