What Is Ectoplasm?

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An ectoplasm may refer to a physical substance that manifests as a result of spiritual energy or a psychic phenomenon. It can also mean the outer part of the cytoplasm or a condensation caused by a sudden drop in pressure.
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ec·to·plasm
[ek-tuh-plaz-uhm]
NOUN
1.
Biology the outer portion of the cytoplasm of a cell.
2.
Spiritualism. the supposed emanation from the body of a medium.
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Ectoplasm is the spirit energy appearing in the form of a wispy white vapor, fog or mist containing swirls, contrails, or streaks. This may manifest as cloud-like masses, contrails left behind from fast-moving orbs, vortices, and as apparitions. Appears to the naked eye or later on developed film.
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