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Astral Dress (神威霊装, Shin'i Reisō?) or raiment is the Spirits' armor or clothing created by their power. Spirits can change it into whatever shape, color, style, or appearance they want. They seem to be extraordinarily durable, sustaining both the Anti-Spirit Team's as well as DEM's Realizer's attacks.

List of Astral Dresses

  • Tohka Yatogami <Princess>Go to Tohka Yatogami
  • Yoshino <Hermit>Go to Yoshino
  • Kurumi Tokisaki <Nightmare>Go to Kurumi Tokisaki
  • Kotori Itsuka <Efreet>Go to Kotori Itsuka
  • Kaguya Yamai <Berserk>Go to Yamai
  • Yuzuru Yamai <Berserk>Go to Yamai
  • Miku Izayoi <Diva>Go to Miku Izayoi
  • Natsumi <Witch>Go to Natsumi
  • Origami Tobiichi <Angel>Go to Origami Tobiichi
  • Nia Honjou <Sister>Go to Nia Honjou
  • Mukuro Hoshimiya <Zodiac>
Astral Dress Number Spirit Astral Dress Name
Number 00Mio TakamiyaYah
Number 01Origami TobiichiEhyeh
Number 02Nia HonjouYod
Number 03Kurumi TokisakiElohim
Number 04YoshinoEl
Number 05Kotori ItsukaElohim Gibor
Number 06 Mukuro HoshimiyaEloah
Number 07NatsumiAdonai Tzabaoth
Number 08Yamai SistersElohim Tzabaoth
Number 09Miku IzayoiShaddai El Chai
Number 10Tohka YatogamiAdonai Melek

Trivia

  • The kanji that corresponds to the Astral Dresses in the light novel is formed by 神威 (Shin'i?), which means "god's authority", while 霊装 (Reisō?) literally means Spirit's dress, which bears the meaning of "Spiritual Raiment of God's Authority" as a whole.
  • All of the Astral Dresses used by Spirits are named after the divine names of God, representing each respective Sephirah in the Kabbalah.
    • Although there are some discrepancies, as the names of God from Sephiroth positions 1–10 and their meanings are actually:
      1. Ehyeh/Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh "I Will Be What I Will Be"
      2. Yah "The Lord"
      3. Yahweh Elohim "The Lord God"
      4. El "God"
      5. Elohim Gibor "God is Hero"
      6. Eloah
      7. Yahweh Tzaboath "Lord of Hosts"
      8. Elohim Tzaboath "God of Hosts"
      9. Shaddai El-Chai "The Almighty Living God"
      10. Adonai ha-Aretz "The Lord of the Earth"
    • Part of this can be explained by the fact that according to Jewish tradition "Yahweh" (the 'true' name of God) is never spoken out loud and "Adonai" ('lord' or 'my lord') is always said in its place.

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