Metaphysical meaning of Julia (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Julia (mbd)
Julia, ju'-li-å (Lat.)--soft-haired; downy; curly; frizzled.

Feminine of Julius. A Christian woman at Rome, whom Paul saluted in his Epistle to the Romans (Rom. 16:15). She is named with Philologus, and is thought by some to have been his wife or his sister.

Meta. The soul, or feminine aspect of that in consciousness for which Julius stands. (See JULIUS.) Julia's being a Christian and a friend of Paul's, worthy of his salutation, shows that this feminine aspect of the Julius thought in consciousness has not only perceived the great value of Truth but has accepted it as leader, teacher, and guide.

Preceding Entry: Judith
Following Entry: Julius

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