The Bhramic Splendor is a term used R.M. Bucke and others to refer, in an emotive manner, to the Fabric of Consciousnss
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Bahrami Splendor is what a naive individual says upon first positive connection with, and complete apprehension of, the powerful, glorious, and bright Fabric of Consciousness. One connects with The Fabric, one is overwhelmed by The Power and the Glory (Christian terms), or Brahmic Splendor, or in LP terms, the fantabulistic and supecalifragic funtastic Fabric of Consciousness.