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[Latin, “act of breathing on”] A divine impartation of knowledge or power; the miraculous communication of supernatural knowledge; the imparting of an overmastering impulse, poetic or otherwise; inspiration.
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[Latin, “act of breathing on,” from ''afflatus'', past participle of ''afflare'', “to blow on”] A divine impartation of knowledge or power; the miraculous communication of supernatural knowledge; the imparting of an overmastering impulse, poetic or otherwise; inspiration.
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== See also ==
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[[Holy Spirit]]
    
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
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{{POW}}, vol. 31, no. 67
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{{POWref|31|67}}

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