from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to goety; dark and evil in magic.
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- adjective Pertaining to black
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And teach you astrology and dowsing, but only those if you perform the goetic rituals correctly.
I could troll through the rest of Il's appearances and pull out plenty more like that -- in short, I think I've found the smoking goetic gun for Dee's dramaturgies.
Superhuman though their power of goetic movement was, it couldn't check them before they hit the atmosphere.
That meant paranatural phenomena to observe and goetic work to do, even for a female paleface if she had the skill.
Quick and easy for a witch of her skill, they did not demand any physical or goetic examination of the spacecraft.
Whether the energy comes from fuel or a waterfall or goetic quantum-wave transference across a potential difference, or whatever, it's conserved, same as mass is conserved in a transformation.
But it should be obvious to any layman that removing every telltale object, smudge, and fluff of dust from the place, let alone every goetic trace, would take days.
Its defenses were purely goetic, and technology can outwit technology.
I did catch a slight ozonelike tang of goetic forces at work, but that was to be expected hereabouts, especially tonight.
They can't stop her in her course, but the original mission, a lunar landing, gives them the goetic leverage to redirect it that much.