Being beyond, or exceeding, the power or laws of nature; miraculous.
A theological term which, when applied to God, suggests that God lies beyond the realm of nature. Unlike some religious tendencies, most traditional Jewish views of God hold that God is beyond the natural, not part of it.
Something that cannot be given an ordinary explanation
Something beyond what we know as reality. Spiritual.
Belief system that identifies God outside of the universe.
existing or occurring outside of normal human experience and knowledge not explainable by known forces or laws of nature (may be attributed to a divine force or spirit source)
The unseen world of demons, devils, Hell and Purgatory and on the other side God, the angels, saints and Heaven. Super meaning above thus supernatural meaning above the natural. The demarcation between the seen and unseen is called the veil.
when something happens in the spiritual or dimensional world
Anything which is above the laws of nature. There are only two sources of supernatural power: God and Satan. If a phenomenon is not of God, it is of Satan. There is no "neutral" supernatural power.
Being above or beyond that which is natural, or something that is unexplainable by natural law or phenomena.
Relating to or attributed to a divinity, ghost, or infernal spirit. Talisman – A magical object made and designed to attract energy.
an occurrence in violation of the laws of nature. Spiritualism contends that the phenomena of the seance room are ruled by as yet unknown laws and rejects the term.
Something that cannot be explained by the laws of nature; for example, gods and ghosts.
Above the order of created nature. Since God created the entire universe and everything in it, only God is above the order of created nature. Supernatural therefore means a participation in God's own life.
That which operates independently of the physical laws of the universe. Commonly associated with ghosts, spirits, special powers, gods, angels, the afterlife, and some paranormal claims. A synonym for "magic" which is considered as sounding more mature, intellectual, and believable.
Transcending actual or natural phenomena; transcending or violating what are assumed to be natural laws.
Events that have no natural explanation. Commonly refers to acts of the divine but can also include extraordinary acts caused by negative forces.
Used sometimes in the sense of make-believe, it originally referred to that which had been done by a being other than natural (human or animal) - though no less real.
A phenomena which cannot be explained by natural or physical laws is described as being supernatural.
Relating to things that exist outside of the natural world.
Something that exists of occurs through some means other than anyknow force in nature or science.
1. of, pertaining to, or being above or beyond what is natural or explainable by natural law. 2. of, pertaining to, or attributed to God or a deity. 3. of a superlative degree; preternatural. 4. pertaining to or attributed to ghosts, goblins, or other unearthly beings; eerie; occult. --n. 5. a being, place, object, occurrence, etc., considered as supernatural or of supernatural origin. 6. "the supernatural,". a. supernatural beings, behavior, and occurrences collectively. b. supernatural forces and the supernatural plane of existence.
beyond the capability of modern science to ascertain, test or repeat. Normally refers to something not of this physical plane.
Of or relating to existence outside the natural world; attributed to a power that seems to violate or go beyond natural forces.
Not existing in nature or subject to explanation according to natural laws; not physical or material.
Activity caused by God or His angels, commonly referred to as to anything outside the bounds of natural laws.
phenomena which aren't governed by natural forces, and therefore lack an underlying logical structure (possibly including: magic, ghosts, souls, sentient gods, Santa Claus). Natural forces are being defined as all the forces in the universe.
Departing from what is usual or normal, especially if it appears to defy the laws of nature.
Being above or beyond what is natural; not able to be explained by known natural laws.
anoccurrence in violation of the laws of nature. Spiritualism contendsthat the phenomena of the seance room are ruled by as yet unknownlaws and rejects the term.
Of or relating to existence outside the natural world. As opposed to paranormal, the term "supernatural" often connotes divine or demonic intervention.
Something that exists or occurs through some means other than any known force in nature. As opposed to paranormal, the term "supernatural" often denotes divine or demonic intervention.
The realm above or beyond the natural, physical world.
( Latin, super, above + naturalis, by birth) 1. existing or occurring outside the normal experience or knowledge of man; not explainable by the known forces or laws of nature; specifically, of, involving, or attributed to God or a god. 2. of, involving, or attributed to ghosts, spirits, the occult, etc. 3. exceeding normal bounds; extreme (skating with supernatural grace).
Relating to phenomena that cannot be described by natural laws, cannot be tested by scientific methodology, and are therefore outside the realm of science.
The supernatural (Latin: super- "above" + nature) refers to entities, forces or phenomena which are not subject to natural laws, and therefore beyond verifiable measurement. Though supernatural refers chiefly to the cause of phenomena (an interpretation), if a phenomenon can be scientifically demonstrated, it is typically no longer considered to be supernatural. Because phenomena must be subject to verifiable measurement and peer review to contribute to scientific theories, science cannot approach the supernatural; see scientific method.
Supernatural is an American paranormal drama television series that debuted on September 13, 2005 on the WB, and is now part of The CW's lineup, where the second season premiered on September 28, 2006.