AETHER 

(noun)

The word ether comes from the Latin æthēr and from the Greek aithēr (meaning 'heaven’), its meaning varies depending on the context in which it is used.

  • LITERARY

The ancient Greek personification of the clear upper air of the sky.

 

  • ​CHEMISTRY

A pleasant-smelling colorless volatile liquid that is highly flammable. It is used as an anesthetic and as a solvent or intermediate in industrial processes.​​

 

 

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For us, aether is the culmination of all these definitions. The effect of AETHER must cause a numbing effect so deep and relaxing that it will transport you to the heavenly realm of the gods; and, as the highly volatile element that it is, it will ignite your inner fire, transforming you into a celestial body that rests in the tranquil universe. Your body will rest while your soul begins to feel.

 

These are some side effects of your exposure to AETHER.

 

Dare to feel!