unmaterial

unmaterial

(ˌʌnməˈtɪərɪəl)
adj
archaic not formed of matter
References in classic literature ?
It was as if all the dreams, sleeping and waking, of its vivid occupant had taken a visible although unmaterial form and had tapestried the bare room with splendid filmy tissues of rainbow and moonshine.
One of them is a purely material dream, but you can't say that the Mormon dream of New Jerusalem was entirely unmaterial. They inherit heaven in the flesh, you know, and with all their wives about them, and all their children and descendants and ancestors.
They are untough, uncritical, unmaterial works with no real sinew or engagement.