The "white spirit" is not Ahura-mazda, and the "dark spirit" is not a hostile intelligence.
There was only one thing that could be loved—that white spirit.
Through it all she sat immovable, a slim, white spirit in the dusk that no man might question or read.
He was described in them as "the star of the prairie," as "the light of the steppe," or "the white spirit of the desert."
She was like a white spirit fluttering hither and thither, a symbol of the new life that was stirring in the land.
Yes, I saw; and she turned to a white spirit—yes, white spirit—and she comes to see me—no: does she?
His white spirit is still said to haunt Fuji-yama when the moon shines brightly.
After they have been removed, the gilt or bronzed portions must be treated with a protecting coat of white spirit varnish.
He failed not to see the white spirit seated by her accustomed haunt, and singing in her usual low and sweet tone.
It is said also that alone among men living, he has seen the white spirit: the Inkosazana.