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Delirium Tremens (Latin) [from delirare to rave + tremere to tremble] trembling delerium; the delerium arising from alcoholic poisoning, characterized by constant tremor, insomnia, great exhaustion, distressing illusions, and hallucinations. the abnormal consciousness displayed in this condition is graphic evidence of the existence of the astral realm interpenetrating and influencing the physical world. the characteristic hallucinations are of grotesque, vicious enemies and of various horrible animals and insects actively seeking to terrify and injure the agitated, confused sufferer who is evidently conscious on the low levels of the astral plane. Here, among the dregs in the astral light, all the vile and cruel thoughts and deeds of human life, and the worst animal impulses, are reflected back upon the earth, mankind, and beasts. Here, also, the actively evil elementaries or kama-rupic entities are instinctively drawn to any human victim who unconsciously invades their realm, attracted and vitalized by the fumes of the alcoholic liquors with which the person has saturated his body. to be continue "Delirium Tremens2 "

Soma (Sanskrit) In Hinduism, the moon astronomically; mystically, a sacred beverage of initiates, "made from a rare mountain plant by initiated Brahmans" (TG 304). As the moon, soma is an occult mystery, for the moon as a symbol stands for both good and evil, yet more often a symbol of evil than of good. Astrologically, soma is the regent of the invisible or occult moon, while Indu represents the physical moon. "Soma is the mystery god and presides over the mystic and occult nature in man and the Universe" (SD 2:45). soma or lunar worship was once purely occult and its rites were based upon a minute and profound knowledge of nature. according to hindu tradition, soma as a sacred juice gave mystic visions and trance-revelations, the result of which union was Budha (esoteric wisdom). this sacred beverage was drunk by brahmins and initiates during their mysteries and sacrificial rites. "The 'Soma' plant is the asclepias acida, which yields a juice from which that mystic beverage, the Soma drink, is made. alone the descendants of the Rishis, the Agnihotri (the fire priests) of the great mysteries knew all its powers. but the real property of the true soma was (and is) to make a new man of the Initiate, after he is reborn, namely once that he begins to live in his astral body . . .; for, his spiritual nature overcoming the physical, he would soon snap it off and part even from that etherealized form. . . . to be continue "Soma2 "

drunkenness; his gift; his wages  

drunkennessdrunk"en*ness, n. 1. the state of being drunken with, or as with, alcoholic liquor; intoxication; inebriety; -- used of the casual state or the habit. the lacedemonians trained up their children to hate drunkenness by bringing a drunken man into their company. watts. 2. disorder of the faculties, resembling intoxication by liquors; inflammation; frenzy; rage. passion is the drunkenness of the mind. -- south.


The state of being drunken with, or as with, alcoholic liquor; intoxication; inebriety; -- used of the casual state or the habit.  


Disorder of the faculties, resembling intoxication by liquors; inflammation; frenzy; rage.  

Noun1. a temporary state resulting from excessive consumption of alcohol (synonym) inebriation, inebriety, intoxication, tipsiness (antonym) soberness, sobriety (hypernym) temporary state (hyponym) grogginess2. habitual intoxication; prolonged and excessive intake of alcoholic drinks leading to a breakdown in health and an addiction to alcohol such that abrupt deprivation leads to severe withdrawal symptoms (synonym) alcoholism, alcohol addiction, inebriation (hypernym) drug addiction, white plague3. the act of drinking alcoholic beverages to excess; "drink was his downfall" (synonym) drink, drinking, boozing, crapulence (hypernym) intemperance, intemperateness (hyponym) drinking bout

Meddwdod = n. drunkenness, intoxication

Drunkenness is the state of being intoxicated by consumption of alcohol to a degree that mental and physical facilities are noticeably impaired. common symptoms may include slurred speech, impaired balance, poor coordination, flushed face, reddened eyes, reduced inhibition, hiccuping, and uncharacteristic behavior. drunkenness can result in temporary experience of a wide range of emotion, ranging from anger, sadness, and depression to euphoria, lightheartedness and joviality. when the state is achieved in a social atmosphere, friendship and camaraderie are often side-effects. consuming excessive amounts of alcohol may lead to a hangover the next day. addiction researcher griffith edwards points out the dual chemical and psycho-cultural influences on the behaviour of a drunken person: "Intoxication with alcohol is a temporary chemically induced mental disorder where the intoxicated person is generally not out of touch with reality, but will still respond to what culture dictates.".


offenses relating to drunkenness or intoxication. excluded is driving under the influence.  

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