December 8th, 2012

red dragon

дух, душа, тело

дух и душа, вообще-то, две стороны дыхания.

дух - это вы-дох, а душа - в-дох.

дух, стало быть, это ветер, пронизывающий пространство и время,
проницая сущее как... копье, вонзающееся в чашу души.

копье Лонгина и Грааль...

и есть сама суть жизни

spirit (v.) Look up spirit at

1590s, "to make more active or energetic" (of blood, alcohol, etc.), from spirit (n.). The meaning "carry off or away secretly" (as though by supernatural agency) is first recorded 1660s.

spiritual (adj.) Look up spiritual at

"of or concerning the spirit" (especially in religious aspects), c.1300, from O.Fr. spirituel (12c.), from L. spiritualis, from spiritus "of breathing, of the spirit" (see spirit). Meaning "of or concerning the church" is attested from mid-14c. The noun sense of "African-American religious song" first recorded 1866.

spirit (n.) Look up spirit at

mid-13c., "animating or vital principle in man and animals," from O.Fr. espirit, from L. spiritus "soul, courage, vigor, breath," related to spirare "to breathe," from PIE *(s)peis- "to blow" (cf. O.C.S. pisto "to play on the flute"). Original usage in English mainly from passages in Vulgate, where the Latin word translates Gk. pneuma and Heb. ruah. Distinction between "soul" and "spirit" (as "seat of emotions") became current in Christian terminology (e.g. Gk. psykhe vs. pneuma, L. anima vs. spiritus) but "is without significance for earlier periods" [Buck]. L. spiritus, usually in classical L. "breath," replaces animus in the sense "spirit" in the imperial period and appears in Christian writings as the usual equivalent of Gk. pneuma. Meaning "supernatural being" is attested from c.1300 (see ghost); that of "essential principle of something" (in a non-theological sense, e.g. Spirit of St. Louis) is attested from 1690, common after 1800. Plural form spirits "volatile substance" is an alchemical idea, first attested 1610; sense narrowed to "strong alcoholic liquor" by 1670s. This also is the sense in spirit level (1768).

spirited (adj.) Look up spirited at

"lively, energetic," 1590s, from spirit (n.).

отсюда гость - тот, кто приходит... иногда как призрак.
званный или незванный.

дух дышит где хочет

Сон рыцаря

витальный метаболизм имеет три стороны в двух направлениях и двух аспектах:

в ассимиляции - диссимиляции и дивергенции - конвергенции
происходит обмен веществом, энергией и информацией, который
является онтологическим основанием трех сословий -

торгово-производительного, воинско-созидательного и жреческо-хранительного
                     тело                                         дух                                           душа

понятно, что дух изначально связан с центральным сословием воинов-созидателей

благодарим mikeura