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The exorciser also occasionally laid himself open to inquisitorial animadversion.
A physician, according to the meaning of the old Sanscrit word, was the exorciser of disease, the man who fought with its demon.
MYTH AND SCIENCETITO VIGNOLI
Pictet traces the meaning of exorciser in another Sanscrit word for a physician: Bhisag from sag, sang, tojurbo gate.
MYTH AND SCIENCETITO VIGNOLI
But it is in charms for disease that the rural exorciser is most proficient.
The exorciser would have no difficulty in threading his way through the complicated mass.
With a raised torch in one hand, the bewitched person repeats the incantation recited by the exorciser.
To prescribe the formula to be used to the one appealing for help, is the special function of the priest acting as exorciser.
The section closes with the ordinary request of the exorciser to the victim: "Recite this incantation."
The natural and indeed necessary complement to the priest as exorciser is the priest as the forecaster of the future.
"As well as her interesting invention—the Exorciser," she went on relentlessly.
THE CARTELS JUNGLEIRVING E. COX, JR.

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