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occultist

[ uh-kuhl-tist ]
/ əˈkʌl tɪst /
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noun
a person who believes in or practices occult arts, such as magic, astrology, alchemy, seances, or other activity claiming the use of secret knowledge or supernatural powers or agencies:Get your fortune told by an experienced occultist, or go on a ghost tour or paranormal investigation with one of our trained guides—if you dare!
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