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What is the difference between an aura and an arora?

And which do you like better?


  1. An aura is the distinctive atmosphere or quality that seems to surround a particular person, place, or thing.
    An aurora is a radiant emission from the upper atmosphere that occurs sporadically over the middle and high latitudes of both hemispheres in the form of luminous bands, streamers, or the like, caused by the bombardment of the atmosphere with charged solar particles that are being guided along the earth’s magnetic lines of force.

  2. In parapsychology and many forms of spiritual practice, an aura is a field of subtle, luminous radiation supposedly surrounding a person or object like the halo of religious art.
    An agora is an open space.

  3. You mean an aurora?
    Aura: an invisible breath, emanation, or radiation. A distinctive but intangible quality that seems to surround a person
    Aurora: A luminous atmospheric phenomenon appearing as streamers or bands of light sometimes visible in the night sky (Example: Aurora Borealis, aka the Northern Lights).
    I prefer auroras. They are beautiful!

  4. an aura is the name for the light or cloud some people claim is visible coming from someones soul where as an Arora is lights in the sky visible in the north and south poles
    as to which i like better i like the idea or auras but aroras are beautiful so as i haven’t actually seen an aura i would have to say an Arora

  5. “aura” is characteristic or feeling one gets from something.
    “That girl has an aura of mystery about her.”
    “That old house scares me . It has an aura of evil about it.”
    “aura” also refers to a glow or light that some people claim to see around people or animals.
    “arora” is not a word. I assume you mean “aurora” as in “aurora australis” or “aurora borealis”
    These are patterns of light sometimes seen in the extreme southern and northern latitudes. “Aurora australis” of course is seen in southern latitudes and “aurora borealis” in the northern latitudes.


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