What is another word for odylic force?

Pronunciation: [ɒdˈɪlɪk fˈɔːs] (IPA)

Odylic force is a term used in parapsychology to describe an alleged energy or substance that can be manipulated by certain individuals. (It is important to note that many scientists and skeptics consider this concept to be pseudoscientific.) Some synonyms for odylic force include biomagnetic energy, Vitalism, life force, and psychic energy. Other related terms include chi, prana, orgone energy, and mana. Different cultures have their own terms for this concept, such as ki (Japan), qi (China), and ruah (Judaism). While some people believe in the existence of odylic force and its ability to heal or influence others, there is currently no scientific evidence to support these claims.

What are the hypernyms for Odylic force?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    psychic energy, psychic phenomenon, supernatural power, spiritual energy, metaphysical power, mysterious energy, occult force, paranormal power.

Related words: force of odylic, odylic force energy, odylic power, odylic energy, odylic motors

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