Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Ether Quotes from famous authors such as Max Heindel, James Newton Howard, Dave Grohl, Hunter S. Thompson, Cameron Winklevoss. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
There are various grades of spiritual sight. One grade enables a man to see the ordinarily invisible ether with the myriads of beings that invest that realm. Other and higher variants give him the faculty to see the desire world and even the world of thought while remaining in the physical body.
One day I was watching some pundits screaming at each other on a news show. It suddenly reminded me of this painting on my wall, of balloons with goofy faces rising – pundits screaming at each other and arguing off into the ether.
A lot of the records you buy, there’s nothing you can hold in your hand, it’s all 1’s and 0’s, this digital cloud floating in the ether. but with analog albums, you can hold it in your hand.
There is nothing more helpless and irresponsible than a man in the depths of an ether binge.
Ether is the token of the Ethereum network, which is focused on disrupting contract law.
People think I’m some kind of prophet, but I’m not someone who gets my information from the ether. I’ve been given the coordinates about how things work.
Each successive period of progress is a period more humane and spiritual. The only logical conclusion is that all is Mind and its manifestation, from the rolling of worlds, in the most subtle ether, to a potato-patch.
I am convinced that there are universal currents of Divine Thought vibrating the ether everywhere and that any who can feel these vibrations is inspired.
Music draws from almost the identical place as art does, which really is that intangible – it’s like you’re pulling from the ether. I don’t know where it comes from.
We authors certainly don’t know what is going to happen to our books. Are they going to disappear into the ether, following music downloads, or are ebooks going to open up a whole new world of readers? And how much are we being paid per copy? We haven’t a clue.
That’s the beauty of creativity. It comes from the ether. I like to think, sometimes, it’s like I haven’t written it, it’s more like I just reached up and grabbed it from somewhere. That song, ‘Song of the Red Rock Mountain,’ is one of them. I recorded it and thought, ‘Where did that come from?’
When I went to Paris, I had a lot of ideas about it that were formed in the sort of ether that flows about if you watch too many recent Woody Allen movies or took French classes as a kid. I was certainly full of those.
Part of what was in the ether all around me growing up, until I was between 19 and 20, was a terrible, debilitating stutter. It was part of what made me very reclusive as a kid.
Sometimes it seems that the fate of the world is decided entirely in the ether of electronic communications and corporate backroom deals.
We have to wonder whether digital technology, rather than making it easier to communicate, is actually doing the opposite. We now sit alone at a keyboard, firing off zeros and ones into the ether. Offices are silent.
To me, it’s like the difference between a pen and a paintbrush. Music draws from almost the identical place as art does, which really is that intangible – it’s like you’re pulling from the ether. I don’t know where it comes from. Nobody really does. It sort of arrives when it wants to.
Whenever any great song or album gets lost in the ether, someone is deprived of the joy of hearing it, and the great effort of those who created and recorded the work is damaged.
I believe there’s a platonic ideal for every book that is written, like there’s the perfect version of the book somewhere in the ether, and my job is to find what that book is through my editing.