Encounters with God (the Father) are called Theophanies, encounters with Jesus are called Christophanies, but what about encounters with the Holy Spirit? Is there a specific term for an encounter with the third person of the Trinity?

Note: by encounter, I mean any sort of self-authenticating experience through which a supernatural being makes its existence or presence known, obvious and clear (i.e. reveals itself) to a person.

Related: According to Trinitarians, can the personhood of the Holy Spirit be verified experientially instead of just assented to intellectually?


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