NOOAPOCALYPSIS:
APOTHEGMS, DEFINITIONS
AND TEACHINGS
OF THE SPIRITUAL WORLD

GLOSSARY

 

WORD GREEK ETYMOLOGY MEANING
Aesthema (pl. aesthemata) Αίσθημα (πλ. αισθήματα)   pure feeling
Aesthesia Αίσθηση   sense
Aether Αιθέρας   the fifth element
Agapi (love) Αγάπη   love as taught by Jesus Christ
Anaesthesia Αναισθησία an- aesthema ('a-' or 'an- ' is a prefix commonly used to express the lack of the meaning that follows)  the lack of aesthema, unfeelingness 
Anoesia Ανοησία a- noesis  the lack of noesis
Anoetos Ανόητος a- noetos person who does not use their nous
Asthenia Ασθένεια a- sthenos litterally: without power, commonly used as: disease
Asyneideto Ασυνείδητο a- syneideto the unconscious
Efsyneideto  Ευσυνείδητο ef - syneideto ('ef' ('ευ') means good) the conscientious
Eros (in love) Έρωτας coming from the name of the ancient Hellenic God 'Έρως' the state of being in love
Evaesthesia Ευαισθησία ef - aesthema ('ef' ('ευ') becomes 'ev' as a sound before a vowel) sensitivity
Gnosis Γνώσις from the verb 'γνωρίζω' (gnorizo) pure knowledge
Hyposyneideto  Υποσυνείδητο hypo- syneideto ('hypo' is the equivalent of 'sub') the subconscious
Logos Λόγος   Spiritual Word
Man Άνθρωπος   it is used with the meaning of 'the human being' and male pronouns are used as representative
Noesis Νόησις there is no equivalent in english see definition
Nous Νους there is no exact equivalent in english usually referred to as 'mind', see definition 
Pnevma Πνεύμα   spirit, usually found as 'pneuma' 
Psyche Ψυχή   the soul
Synaesthema (pl. synaesthemata) Συναίσθημα (πλ. συναισθήματα) syn- aesthema ('syn' usually has the meaning of 'plus')  emotion 
Syneidesis Συνείδηση   conscience
Syneideto Συνειδητό   the conscious
Synaesthesia Συναίσθηση syn- aesthesia consciousness
Use one's nous Νοώ the verb of the word 'nous' , there is no equivalent in english understand something by using one's nous