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Spiritus intus alit is:

  • a Latin phrase (from Virgil) meaning the spirit nourishes within. It is recorded at (Aeneid, VI, 726).

It is also the motto of:

It is also:

  • A piece of music composed in 2002 for Baritone and Live Processing Sounds by the composer Ching-Wen Chao
  • A piece of religious music by Ferguson and is used in the church calendar at Pentecost and confirmation
  • A phrase covered in the book Secret Doctrine
  • A book of Poetry and Painting by Ava Leigh Stewart

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