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Divine inspiration may refer to:
- Biblical inspiration
- The Ancient Greek Muses were said to be supernatural forces that gave artists their skill.
- Ancient Greek oracles were said to be subject to supernatural forces.
- Epiphany (feeling), the sudden realization or comprehension of the essence or meaning of something.
- Theophany, an appearance of a deity to man.
- Hierophany, a manifestation of the sacred.
- Divine Inspiration, a British musical group.
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