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  1. present but invisible or inactive; lying hidden and undeveloped within a person or thing, as a quality or power
  2. Biol. dormant but capable of normal development under the best conditions; said of buds, spores, cocoons, etc.
  3. Psychol. unconsciously but not actively so/a latent homosexual/a fingerprint found on an object as at the scene of a crime


Note: Wikipedia and Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E.
NOTE: OpenStax-CNX, Wikipedia

  1. Attractive forces between molecules of different types are called adhesive forces. Such forces cause liquid drops to cling to window panes.
  2. Note 1: Adhesion requires energy that can come from chemical and/or physical linkages, the latter being reversible when enough energy is applied.
    Note 2: In biology, adhesion reflects the behavior of cells shortly after contact to the surface.
    Note 3: In surgery, adhesion is used when two tissues fuse unexpectedly.


  1. a member of the laity; person not a member of the clergy
  2. a person not belonging to or skilled in a given profession/a medical textbook not for the layman/


Note:; documentary on the lost continent of the pacific

  1. Lemuria and Mu are interchangeable names given to a lost land believed to have been located somewhere in either the southern pacific or Indian Oceans. This ancient continent was apparently the home of an advanced and highly spiritual culture, perhaps the mother race of all mankind, but it sank beneath the waves many thousands of years ago as the result of a geological cataclysm of some kind. In the late 19th century occultist Madame Blavatsky reincarnated the idea of Lemuria as a lost continent/spiritual homeland and influenced a host of subsequent occultists and mystics including well known American psychic healer and Prophet Edgar Cayce. British army officer Colonel James Churchward, and his idea still has many adherents today. Many cultures from all over the pacific make reference to the land. Here are just a few: The legends of Easter Island speak of Hiva, which sank beneath the waves as the people fled, while one Samoan legend calls a similar place Poluto. The Maoris of New Zealand still talk about arriving long ago from a sinking island called Hawaiki, a vast and mountainous place on the other side of the water. The myths and traditions of India abound with references. The Rig Veda speaks of “the three continents that were,” the third was home to a race called the Danavas. A land called Rutas was an immense continent far to the east of India and home to a race of sun worshippers. But Rutas was torn asunder by a volcanic upheaval and sent to the ocean depths.

LETHARIC NEURATHENIA RESIDUAL (lethargic neurasthenia residual)

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  1. of or producing lethargy
  2. having lethargy; abnormally drowsy or dull, sluggish, etc. a term coined in the late nineteenth century to refer to a condition of chronic mental and physical weakness and fatigue.
  3. an abnormal condition that often follows depression, characterized by nervous exhaustion and a vague functional fatigue.
  4. (in psychiatry) a stage in the recovery from schizophrenic experience during which the patient is listless and apparently unable to cope with routine activities and relationships. Chronic fatigue.


  1. a levitating or being levitated
  2. the illusion of raising and keeping a heavy body in the air with little or no physical support


  1. [RARE] disregarding accepted rules and standards
  2. morally unrestrained, esp. in sexual activity; lascivious


  1. the series of developmental changes in form undergone by a particular type of organism from its earliest stage to the recurrence of the same stage in the next generation
  2. any series of changes like this


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  1. wearing a livery


  1. Gr. Legend. a) a fruit that was supposed to induce a dreamy languor and forgetfulness b) the plant bearing this fruit, variously supposed to be the date, the jujube, etc.
  2. any of various water lilies, esp. the white lotus (Nymphaea lotus), once sacred in Egypt, or the pink or white Asian lotus (Nelumbo nucifera), used as a religious symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism
  3. a representation of any of these plants in ancient, esp. Egyptian, sculpture and architecture
  4. any of a given (Lotus) of plants of the pea family, with irregular, pinnate leaves and yellow, purple, or white flowers


  1. giving off light; shining; bright
  2. filled with light; illuminated
  3. glowing in the dark, as paint with a phosphor in it
  4. clear; readily understood
  5. intellectually brilliant

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