high priestess love


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The female head or chief proponent, as of a movement or doctrine: the high priestess of modern art.

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  • n. A female clergyman with a higher function than a normal priestess.
  • n. the second trump or major arcana card in most traditional tarot decks.
  • n. A third degree (sometimes forth degree) female witch in Wicca.


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  • In the annual Osiran mystery plays of Egypt, the high priestess who played Isis lamented ‘Evil men have killed my beloved, and where his body is I know not’: when she finally reassembles his body, she says ‘Behold I found thee lying there…O Osiris, live, stand up the unfortunate one that liest there!

    The Templar Revelation

  • Lilith Kane is the high priestess of a satanic coven who ultimate goal is nothing less than the total conquest of Europe!

    The Warslayer

  • Did I mention that my reality show filmed a voodoo high priestess making me wipe my wootle with a rag after she bathed me in gin, dried beans, and cheap Mexican perfume because I believed my husband’s ex-wife had put a hex on me?

    uncharted terriTORI

  • Andromache’s contempt filled the room like a seething mist, and Piria saw the high priestess blanch.

    Shield of Thunder


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