ectoplasmatic

ec·to·plas·mat·ic

, ektoplasmicektoplastic (ek'tō-plas-mat'ik, -plas'mik, -plas'tik),
Relating to the ectoplasm.
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Earth-Mothers, Succubi, and Other Ectoplasmatic Spirits: The Women in Sherwood Anderson Short Stories.
393), and that (ii) ontological undesirables, such as ectoplasmatic souls and vital forces, be ruled out.
The answer is--I suggest--positive if we take entities such as ectoplasmatic souls and vital forces to be, possibly, spatio-temporally coincident with some physical particulars, but then to fail to share all the actual properties of these latter.