Apollonius defends himself about working miracles and lets a doubt appear about his theurgic powers.
In the process it changed from a philosophy to a system of theurgic practice.
The magical mirror, having lost its theurgic enchantment, finally was placed among the curiosities of the late Earl of Oxford.
Related to this emotional phase of the religious sentiment is the theurgic power of certain natural objects over some persons.
Prospero is the type of the theurgic, as Comus is of the Goetic, magician.
Alexandria was the home of many systems of theurgic magic, and gnostic gems afford evidence of the nature of their symbols.
Necromantic magic is divided into Goëtic, maleficent, and theurgic.
In order to justify superstition and the ancient cults, philosophy in Iamblichus becomes a theurgic, mysteriosophy, spiritualism.
A man therefore can act on demons and control spirits by theurgic rites.