Definition of bilocation in English:

bilocation

Syllabification: bi·lo·ca·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌbīlōˈkāSHən
 
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noun

  • The supposed phenomenon of being in two places simultaneously.
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    • His gifts were perfume, bilocation, prophecy, conversion, reading of the souls, spiritual healing, and miraculous cures.
    • Two examples are the dramatic cases of bilocation of French Mother Yvonne-Aimee and the lay Italian mystic Natuzza Evolo, generally ignored by students of OBEs and apparitions.
    • His supernatural status was confirmed by a golden thigh, the gift of bilocation, and the capacity to recall his previous incarnations.

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