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 +# [[knowledge|Knowledge]] of something that is to [[occur]] in the [[future]].
 +# The [[ability]] to see the [[future]] [[in [[advance]].
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17th century representation of the '[[third eye]]' connection to the '[[Plane (cosmology)|higher worlds]]' by alchemist [[Robert Fludd]]. 17th century representation of the '[[third eye]]' connection to the '[[Plane (cosmology)|higher worlds]]' by alchemist [[Robert Fludd]].
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  1. Knowledge of something that is to occur in the future.
  2. The ability to see the future [[in advance.
 17th century representation of the 'third eye' connection to the 'higher worlds' by alchemist Robert Fludd.   Utriusque cosmi maioris scilicet et minoris metaphysica by Robert Fludd
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17th century representation of the 'third eye' connection to the 'higher worlds' by alchemist Robert Fludd.
Utriusque cosmi maioris scilicet et minoris metaphysica by Robert Fludd

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