- theophany (n.)
- "an appearance of God to man," 1630s, from Late Latin theophania, from Greek theos "god" (see theo-) + phainein "to show" (see phantasm). In Middle English "Epiphany" (late 12c.). Ancient Greek Theophaneia was the name of a festival at Delphi during which the statues of Apollo and other gods were displayed to the public.
- 1. These primary mystics recruit disciples and attempt to teach them how to replicate their theophany.
- 2. The Theophany had ended. The Master returned to his normal appearance, no longer transfigured and radiant.
- 神的显现已结束,师傅回复到他平常的外貌, 不再有变容和散发的光芒.
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