Numen

Energy forms with awareness. Consciousness of energy within an object or a place is measured by parapsychologists in units called Numens.
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numen

[n] - a spirit believed to inhabit an object or preside over a place (especially in ancient Roman religion)
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numen

A term for the power of decision of a divinity, however often meant the divinity himself or herself.
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numen

noun a spirit believed to inhabit an object or preside over a place (especially in ancient Roman religion)
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numen

(from the article `Roman religion`) To describe the powers in these objects and functions that inspired the horror, or sacred thrill, the Romans eventually employed the word numen, ...
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numen

numen (s), numina (pl) 1. A presiding divinity or spirit of a place. 2. A spirit believed by animists to inhabit certain natural phenomena or objects. 3. A spirit believed to inhabit an object or preside over a place (especially in ancient Roman religion). 4. Creative energy; genius.
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Numen

Numen ("an influence perceptible by mind but not by senses", pl. numina) is a Latin term for a potential, guiding the course of events in a particular place or in the whole world, used in Roman philosophical and religious thought. The many names for Italic gods may obscure this sense of a numinous presence in all the seemingly mundane actions of..
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Numen

[journal] Numen is an academic journal on the history of religions, published by Brill Publishers in Leiden, The Netherlands. It publishes non-confessional articles on the history of all religions, of all regions and times, as well as papers discussing theoretical innovations in the study of religion and reflective studies on the history of
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numen

presiding deity
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