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supernatural

1. of or relating to things that cannot be explained according to natural laws
2. characteristic of or caused by or as if by a god; miraculous
3. of, involving, or ascribed to occult beings
4. the. supernatural forces, occurrences, and beings collectively or their realm

Supernatural

Twilight Zone, The
tales of weird events involving ordinary people. [Am. Radio, TV, & Cinema: The Twilight Zone in Terrace]
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Built in 1996, its modern design and trim lawn seem better hosts to a group of playing children than to supernatural phenomena, yet the MacLeans describe occurrences that are, to them, without explanation.
2 -- 3) Hilary Swank, top, is trying to find out what's behind the supernatural phenomena afflicting a Southern town -- and which a young girl played by AnnaSophia Robb, above, seems to be behind -- in "The Reaping.
Chapters consider the evolution of the brain and concurrent psychic activities and consider the role of consciousness in supernatural phenomena, making this a fine pick for any collection strong in either new age or psychology.
The main thing I would like to point out is that the Holy See does not ordinarily take a position of its own regarding supposed supernatural phenomena as a court of first instance.
The Night Stalker, where he played a crime reporter who investigated supernatural phenomena, didn't prove to be a hit with American audience.
8 "THE PERFECT MEDIUM: PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE OCCULT" (METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART, NEW YORK) This extremely pleasurable, even revelatory show gathers an array of late nineteenth- through early twentieth-century prints, cartes de visite, and other image-documents purporting to depict all manner of supernatural phenomena, from mystical apparitions to ectoplasmic auras.
The Ministry was set up to deal with supernatural phenomena and has six specially-trained exorcists to drive out unwanted spirits.
He is barred from giving interviews, publishing and taking part in broadcasts that have anything to do with faith, morals or supernatural phenomena.
He often looked for verification and empirical proof for supernatural phenomena, a proclivity which irked some of his fellow theosophists in the 1890s.
The other is Genji Monogatari (The Tale of Genji), which provides the "vengeful spirits" of the living who set out to do others harm (71), as well as the ghosts, spirits and other supernatural phenomena informing Murakami's creative technique.
One may also conclude from this that supernatural phenomena do not exist, that supernatural explanations are simply false, and that scientific explanations approximate more accurately to the true state of affairs that pertains in the universe, including accounts of the origin of the universe and the appearance and position of humans in nature.
Those who think that these Nigerian variants of the hallowed, usually rare, supernatural phenomena are dubious public nuisance are celebrating the proscription of their publicity in the secular electronic media.