|spiritual system (n., adj.)|
|Other forms||spiritual (adj.)|
|Origin||Already in circulation, Inclusive plural community|
A spiritual system, loosely defined, is a system that is either or both spiritual or metaphysical in origin (for example, being aethergenic, metagenic, spirigenic, or possessive) or architecture (such as being a gateway system, an exosystem/exoplex, intraspiric or hemi-intraspiric, or simply having many godlets who identify with or as their sources. The term is a general umbrella that encompasses all systems whose spirituality or metaphysical belief impacts or influences their experience of plurality.
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For terms that describe spiritual or metaphysical phenomena, see Category:Metaphysical Terms.
For origins that may be categorized as spiritual or metaphysical, see Category:Spiritual Origin Terms.