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  • n. an advocate of, or believer in theosophy

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One addicted to theosophy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who professes to possess divine illumination; a believer in theosophy.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a believer in theosophy


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From theosophy +‎ -ist.


  • To listen to the erudite and cosmically conscious Monsieur Joly explain the tenets of biodynamics, the system of holistic agriculture based on the teachings of Austrian theosophist Rudolph Steiner, while walking the rolling hills of his vineyard on the north bank of the Loire, it's easy to be convinced that conventional agriculture is pernicious and that biodynamics is the future, if not necessarily to understand it in rational terms.

    Singing of France's Unsung Chenin Blanc

  • It may have been his experimentation with mysticism — he was a sort of theosophist for a while.

    Matthew Yglesias » Commerce Cabinet Crisis X: Henry Wallace

  • Then there was a black-eyed restaurant waiter who was a theosophist, a union baker who was an agnostic, an old man who baffled all of them with the strange philosophy that WHAT

    Chapter 7

  • Brian Stauffer Biodynamics is a system of organic agriculture based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner, the German theosophist, specifically on a series of lectures he delivered to farmers in 1924.

    Biodynamics: Natural Wonder or Just a Horn of Manure?

  • Elsewhere, a life-sized figure of the theosophist Madame Blavatsky appears to levitate between two chairs, in a work by Goshka Macuga, held aloft by the power of thought alone.

    Saatchi's Newspeak: the good, bad and indifferent

  • Spray-painted sheep, a mountain of speakers, a levitating theosophist?

    Saatchi's Newspeak: the good, bad and indifferent

  • The first is a sculpture of the famous 19th-century aristocrat and theosophist suspended between two chairs, as if levitating in a hypnotic trance.

    Newspeak: British Art Now

  • But within a short time he had tired of all this wholeness and flowing, and suspected Tagore of being just another “theosophist,” and was sitting up late with Yeats to help revise “The Two Kings” line by line.

    A Revolutionary Simpleton

  • It's not clear why Christian theosophist J. Boehme calls this number "the Earth," but there you have it.

    Michael Sigman: A Number for the Ages

  • The advertising campaign coincides with the beginning of a speaking tour by one Benjamin Creme, a British theosophist.

    [the dark one] alive, kicking and sentient [2]


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