hermetic

[ hur-met-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF hermetic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HERMETIC

It amounted to a surgical replacement of one hermetic elite by another.

Detailed exposition of the Hermetic writings will here be impossible.

Certainly it is not so used ordinarily in the Hermetic writings.

“The priests must be hiding the Hermetic wisdom on purpose,” said Lucius.

At that time Paris was the centre of the hermetic science in France.

From his early youth, he delighted in the visions of the hermetic science.

Behind them, the huge inverted bowl of the city glowed in hermetic splendor.

A Roman rabbi, named Ben Lucca, skilled in hermetic science, came to this city.

The hermetic philosopher required only the materials, and time, to perform his golden operations.

The writing on these was in the old Hermetic character; of the rest some were in cursive Greek and some in Coptic.

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