metempirical

metempirical

(ˌmɛtɛmˈpɪrɪkəl) or

metempiric

adj
1. beyond the realm of experience
2. (Philosophy) of or relating to metempirics
ˌmetemˈpirically adv
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"Freed from the metempirical gaze of the orb, [his staff had] retrogressed to their thieving practices."
To be even clearer, God, the final object of theological study is in essence a metempirical reality.