Astrothesia


Astrothesia (as-tro-the’-si-a): A vivid description of stars. One type of enargia.

The sky is black. The stars are silver-white. They scintillate like tiny crystals.

Stars are skyward sources of astral delight that can also help us keep our bearings as we travel through night!

Stars are hot; their light projected by their own burning: fiery globs of plasma continuously nuking themselves to our great delight.

And the stars are thick in the Milky Way–a band of light looking like a well-lit road to heaven’s gate, or a river of glowing milk spilled on heaven’s floor.

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Definition courtesy of “Silva Rhetoricae” (rhetoric.byu.edu).

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