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  • n. Plural form of theurgy.

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  • Christianity, -- revived, with a new face, among the theurgies and cabala of Alexandria; he would catch the merest glimpse of it amid the

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 83, September, 1864

  • Godhead, the Gnosticism of Syria, the dualism of Persia, the impersonal pantheism of India, and the theurgies of Egypt, and produced strange hybrids of the human mind.

    Philo-Judaeus of Alexandria

  • The Eastern Platonists who followed Philo brought to their interpretation less noble conceptions of the Godhead, the Gnosticism of Syria, the dualism of Persia, the impersonal pantheism of India, and the theurgies of Egypt, and produced strange hybrids of the human mind.

    Philo-Judaeus of Alexandria

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