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  • n. Plural form of theurgist.


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  • All the magicians in the Fortress and some brought from elsewhere were busily gathering information — the wizards by various spells, the theurgists by prayer, the witches and the lone sorcerer by arcane methods Valder did not understand.

    The Misenchanted Sword

  • Even the very few Ethsharitic demonologists, or the theurgists who worked both sides, never directly fought the demons they conjured up, but instead controlled them through complex magical restraints and elaborate prayers that only the original summoner could use.

    The Misenchanted Sword

  • You may be interested to know that we have seven wizards and two witches searching for your mysterious hermit with all the magic at their disposal, and a relay of theurgists praying for information about him.

    The Misenchanted Sword

  • The theurgists tell me that an ancient compact prevented both gods and demons from interfering directly in human affairs and that, once that compact was broken by the northerners and their demonic mentors, the gods were free to unleash divine retribution for centuries of injustice and evil.

    The Misenchanted Sword

  • With this conception begins the long tradition of approach - ing the One through the planets or the demons, a tradition whose most common manifestation is in the talismans of the theurgists.


  • In his report to Governor Stevens, from which the following information respecting the Asiniboin is condensed, Denig used the term "band" to denote a gens of the tribe, and "clans" instead of corporations, under which latter term are included the feasting and dancing societies and the orders of doctors, shamans, or theurgists.

    Siouan Sociology

  • [We have before said that animal magnetism was known to Bungey, and familiar to the necromancers, or rather theurgists, of the Middle Ages.] "It is magic," said Graul, with joy.

    The Last of the Barons — Volume 10

  • What is particularly worthy of admiration is, that this terrible art, which has baffled the studies and researches of philosophers, astrologers, theurgists, and other sages, was chiefly confined to the most ignorant, decrepid, and ugly old women in the community, with scarce more brains than the broomsticks they rode upon.

    Knickerbocker's History of New York, Complete

  • These included Alchemy, the Chaldeo-Jewish Kabala, the esoteric systems of Pythagoras and the old Magi, and those of the later Platonic philosophers and theurgists.

    The Book Of THoTH, Popular Articles from The Archive Category - Wicca

  • There are also a few theurgists who deal in prophecy and divination ... "

    The Misenchanted Sword


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