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- n. A person who dabbles in or practises occultism
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An adherent of occultism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to occultism; characteristic of, or characterized by, occultism.
- n. One who believes or is versed in occultism; an initiate in the occult sciences; a mystic or esoterist.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a believer in occultism; someone versed in the occult arts
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I will now explain how this "occultist" gave these various billet tests.
Speculation rages online that one of these Three Initiates was a twentieth-century magician, occultist, and writer named Paul Foster Case.
Chicago was a great city for a budding occultist in the early twentieth century.
I say again: Kepler was a mystic; Newton was an occultist.
He was the American founder and High Priest of the Church of Satan, a writer, occultist, and musician (of course he was …).
On the history side, it's got John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, British cavalry commander Banastre Tarleton, the famous occultist Countess Cagliostro, the crazy and charismatic Lord Gordon, and King George III.
STRANGE GIRL begins ten years after the Rapture, when a beautiful occultist and her pet demon embark on a road trip to the last open gateway to heaven, in hopes of befriending God and escaping hell on earth.
Mr. Richardson, the 60-year-old founder and creator-in-chief of Dark Horse Comics, had a dream last year in which someone pointed at him and said, "You will do the occultist."
Still, I'm struck by Foster's conclusion:As a Witch, as a Pagan and as an occultist, I see nothing of the occult in this.
British occultist, writer, scholar, hedonist, and drug addict—generally considered wicked and depraved.