supernal [sʊˈpɜrnl] a.
1.) That is above or on high; existing or dwelling in the heavens.
2.) Belonging to the realm or state above this world or this present life; pertaining to a higher world or state of existence; coming from above.
3.) Situated above or at the top, upper; above ground; high up, lofty in position. rare.
4.) High in rank or dignity, elevated, exalted.
5.) Supremely great or excellent, ‘divine’ (Oxford English Dictionary 2nd Edition).
Etymology: Middle English, from Old French, from Latin supernus.
" King John:
From whom hast thou this great commission, France, King Philip:
To draw my answer from thy articles?
From that supernal judge, that stirs good thoughts(The Life and Death of King John, William Shakespeare, 1623)
In any breast of strong authority,
To look into the blots and stains of right:
That judge hath made me guardian to this boy:
Under whose warrant I impeach thy wrong
And by whose help I mean to chastise it."
("The Separation of Light from Darkness", Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, Michaelangelo Buonarroti, ~1512)