occultist

[ uh-kuhl-tiz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF occultist

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Before you have become an occultist, you may do this, but not afterwards.

The effect upon the Occultist was instantaneous and overpowering.

Some say that to see anything save Him, is polytheism for an Occultist.

The death of Napoleon affords plenty of material to the imagination of an occultist.

Why did not this confession of an occultist fall into my hands before?

Known as "occultist and alchemist," he was also a chemist of some repute.

Her answer was the putting on of her cloak for a visit to the occultist's parlors.

The occultist, on the contrary, masters his attention, and controls his imagination.

If I remain in Steynholme a week I shall become an occultist.

In fact there is perhaps no kind of knowledge for which a use cannot be found in the work of the occultist.

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