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It is based on a farming term in Latin meaning cultivation.Aetherius Society, Sir George King: Clairvoyance, karma, reincarnation, psychometry, Great White Brotherhood, UFOs, alchemy, occult secrets of Jesus, mantras.Affective Education: Also called value-free, or non-directive, education.While some limited physical effects (mostly anesthetic) can be attributed to this practice, these effects have scientific, physiological explanations totally unrelated to the mystical explanation, which derives from Taoism. Some suggested revised chronologies and new dates, eventually forming groups such as the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society. White, suggested that the 1844 date was accurate but that a heavenly (thus invisible) event had taken place.Their teachings became the basis of Seventh-day Adventism, which eventually spawned its own offshoots, including Armstrongism and the Branch Davidians.