teleplasmic

teleplasm

[tel-uh-plaz-uhm]
noun Parapsychology.
a hypothetical emanation from the body of a medium that serves as the means for telekinesis.

Origin:
1925–30; tele-1 + -plasm

teleplasmic, adjective
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