Thus, with Piero for mystagogue, we enter an inner shrine of deep religious revelation.
Henri Bergson is a mystagogue, and all mystagogues are mythomaniacs.
But Barrs was too sprightly a spirit to remain a mystagogue.
But the mystagogue succeeds because he gets himself misunderstood; although, as a rule, he is not even worth misunderstanding.
He founded a sect, and was called by his esoteric followers 'the mystagogue of sublime and celestial dogmas.'
Logically, he is a detective, but I almost think that in his case the detective is a symbol of the mystagogue.
Nevertheless he was no anarchist and no mystagogue; and even where he was defective, his defect has commonly been stated wrongly.
He had none of the airs of mystagogue, but talked to men, as he did to beasts, in the speech which was habitual to them.