Channeling

Contacting and communicating with disembodied entities while in a trance state, or altered state of consciousness and allowing such entities to use the physical body and voice to communicate with other humans. It is also known as meduimship.
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Channeling

Channeling, or channelling, can refer to ...
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Channeling

• (n.) The act or process of forming a channel or channels. • (n.) A channel or a system of channels; a groove. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Channel
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channeling

(from the article `fluting and reeding`) ...Doric, the flutes are partly filled by a small, round, convex molding, or bead, and are then known as cabled; this decoration does not usually ...
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(from the article `New Age movement`) Two transformative tools, channeling and the use of crystals, were identified with the New Age movement as it peaked in the 1980s. Many New Agers ...
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Channeling

Chan'nel·ing noun 1. The act or process of forming a channel or channels. 2. A channel or a system of channels; a groove.
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channeling

channeling: see quarrying.
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Channeling

communication of information to or through a person allegedly from a spirit or other paranormal entity.
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channeling

in solid-state physics, the directionally selective penetration of crystalline solids by a beam of atoms. The effect was predicted in 1912 by the ...
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channeling

phenomenon such that the stopping power of a crystalline solid for charged particles is dependent on the direction of an axis of crystal
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Channeling

Receiving messages and inspiration from discarnate entities. See also medium. See also Medium Directory entry
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Channeling

Receiving messages and inspiration from discarnate entities. See also medium.
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channeling

The direct transfer of a reaction product from one enzyme's active site to that of another, thus catalysing the next step in a sequential pathway. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Channeling

The process by which a medium apparently allows a spirit to communicate through his or her person.
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Channeling

The production of groove or channel in the leather in which the stitching is laid while attaching the sole and other parts.
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