occultist

[ UK /ˈɒkəltˌɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a believer in occultism; someone versed in the occult arts
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  • Duquette is a good writer and a serious occultist.
  • The major works and esoterica authored by the Von Baurs number in scores, though many have since been forgotten by all but the most learned of modern arcane scholars and occultists. The Codex Continual » The Von Baurs
  • Concerned above all else that their names should appear in the Book of Life, the brothers were to consider the making of gold as unimportant-although for the true philosophers (Occultists) this was an easy matter and a parergon. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
  • Occultists also claim to cast out demons affecting or possessing one of their number, and even friends outside their magic circles.
  • Franco favorite Howard Vernon appears in one of his most interesting and unforgettable roles in The Rites of Frankenstein playing a hypnotist called Cagliostro, undoubtedly named after the infamous Italian occultist. Jess Franco’s Rites of Frankenstein (1972)
  • The mystic, the teacher, and the philosopher are following the path of Gnani; so is the true occultist, but many who deal in so-called occultism are employing _knowledge_ only, entirely missing the higher quality -- _wisdom_. Cosmic Consciousness
  • The pentagram (pentacle or pentalpha) is considered by some western occultists to trace its esoteric significance to an astronomical observance of the pattern of Venus 'conjunctions with the Sun. The Freeman Perspective
  • Medallions in relief sunburst patterns alternating with exotic flowers recall the shields adorning entryways in Antiquity at the same time that they embody the vitalism of Martin's occultist obsessions.
  • Lord Carstairs, traveller, visionary, occultist, magician, speaking through a portrait painted by the man who had inherited his bloodline? SANDS OF TIME
  • It was the watering hole of a fair number of occultists and sensitives-psis like Di, who had mundane jobs and mundane lives, and extramundane interests. Children Of The Night
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