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Occultism

noun
1.
The study of the supernatural.
2.
A belief in supernatural powers and the possibility of bringing them under human control.






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"Occultism" Quotes from Famous Books



... recusants and presided at their deaths; priests of all kinds came and went in disguise; Mr. Owen went about constructing hiding-holes; Mr. Bassett lived defiantly at Langleys, and dabbled a little (I am afraid) in occultism; Mr. Fenton was often to be found in Hathersage—all these things took place as nearly as I have had the power of relating them. Two localities only, I think, are disguised under their names—Booth's Edge and Matstead. Padley, or rather ...
— Come Rack! Come Rope! • Robert Hugh Benson



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