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- noun Archaic spelling of
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Capin, teh tractore beem weell breayke teh fragyle glazz sphear eff da gravatayshunal pullin canna bee calibrated an implayminted verri carefulli!
To place it in the Empyreal, or beyond the tenth sphear, is to forget the worlds destruction; for, when this sensible world shall be destroyed, all shall then be here as it is now there, an Empyreal Heaven, a quasi vacuity; when to ask where Heaven is, is to demand where the Presence of GOD is, or where we have the glory of that happy vision.
Still, the SCO serves more as a forum to discuss multilateral issues of trade and security than a fully-developed counterpart of NATO, which has expanded its sphear of operation way beyond the North Atlantic region.
I grant that two bodies placed beyond the tenth sphear, or in a vacuity, according to Aristotles Philosophy, could not behold each other, because there wants a body or Medium to hand and transport the visible rays of the object unto the sense; but when there shall be a general defect of either Medium to convey, or light to prepare and dispose that Medium, and yet a perfect vision, we must suspend the rules of our Philosophy, and make all good by a more absolute piece of opticks.
To place it in the Empyreal, or beyond the tenth sphear, is to forget the world’s destruction; for, when this sensible world shall be destroyed, all shall then be here as it is now there, an