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channeler

[′chan·əl·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Lirra is a Channeler, a woman with the magical ability to control elements, who must journey on a quest to help young King Aodren keep the entire kingdom from collapsing.
Channeling is done either through automatic writing where the channeler's hand is moved supernaturally or hearing spirits speak via the gift of clairaudience and then recording the messages.
Nemerov presents Ault, a retiring and misanthropic painter who moved to Woodstock, N.Y., in 1937, as a channeler of the anxieties and existential uncertainties that have been burnished off the public memory of the war years.
It's just a grab-bag channeler of goods and junk, part entertainer, teacher, announcer, annoyer, camera, comedian, shocker, soother, world traveler and occasionally a small wonder offering moments or programs of delight, insight or inspiration.
The rumour is believed to have been started by "channeler" Blossom Goodchild, who claimed to have received a psychic tip-off.
A clip was posted by someone called Blossom Goodchild describing themselves as a "channeler" who had received information about the spaceship's arrival.
Who could have imagined the political oddball pairing of the year: the endorsement of Rudy Giuliani by TV evangelist Pat Robertson, the antigay, antiabortion channeler of celestial pronouncements who once blamed 9/11 on the sins of America?
The name of the mysterious channeler has never been revealed.
Ours is now a collective vision, I'm just a channeler or a scribe.
A: The worst experience in all this research was a woman who was a "channeler," which is like a medium between aliens and humans.