I dont agree that everything that exists is natural, but how are we defining "natural" to begin with? I think people typically define "nature" as the things they take in through their senses, whereas the "supernatural" is what we dont perceive. People explain the universe in terms of root causes ie this causes that to happen. Theists typically posit that God is part of nature because he is the first cause. So when people speak of "natural" phenomena they mean stuff that has a cause to bring it into being. I personally beleive this applies only to the material/physical universe only - the universe is a series of cause and effect. But when you talk about the spiritual, Im not talking about ghosts and stuff like that but rather platonic forms which should exist - if you beleive they exist -in a non casual mode(ie they are eternal).
I guess natural just means the original substance... the reconstructed stuff can be unnatural though.
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