Allan Kardec

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PERISPIRIT (from the Greek peri roundabout, and the Latin spiritus, breath, spirit). - The semi-material envelope of the soul. During incarnation, it serves as the link or intermediary between the incarnated spirit and the matter of his fleshly body; during erraticity, it constitutes the spirit's fluidic body, inseparable from the personality of the spirit.

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