What does the word aether mean?

Usage examples for aether

  1. In soaring above the region of phenomena and entering the tenuous aether of noumena, her present wings, which we call her methods, would in such an atmosphere be no longer of any service for movement. – Thoughts on Religion by George John Romanes
  2. Let us arise to view with our dewy, clear- bright nature, from loud- sounding Father Ocean to the wood- crowned summits of the lofty mountains, in order that we may behold clearly the far- seen watch- towers, and the fruits, and the fostering, sacred earth, and the rushing sounds of the divine rivers, and the roaring, loud- sounding sea; for the unwearied eye of Aether sparkles with glittering rays. – The Clouds by Aristophanes
  3. And, finally, the mystery of the seven vials and the seven stars of Saint John are written therein; for the Tablets are the hieroglyphic keys which unlock the realities of truth involved within the unrealities of external life, and open up, to the aspiring soul, inconceivable vistas of knowledge yet possible of realization, within the Divine womb of the uncreated Aether. – The-Light-of-Egypt-or-the-science-of-the-soul-and-the-stars-Volume-2 by Burgoyne, Thomas H.
  4. Aether in motion might be called a 'spirit' as well as air in motion. – A Little Book of Stoicism by St George Stock

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