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/ əˈkʌl tɪst /
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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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How to use occultist in a sentence
The series opens when Morpheus, the King of Dreams, escapes from a 70-year imprisonment by an occultist—who actually wanted to capture Dream's sibling Death but trapped the Sandman by mistake.Occultist tries to imprison Death in first The Sandman teaser|Jennifer Ouellette|September 27, 2021|Ars Technica
In a sympathetic environment of this kind the occultist flourished and displayed the impressive insignia of exclusive wisdom.
The modern alchemist is, however, a general occultist; he may be also an astrologer or a magnetist or a theosophist.
The occultist always seizes upon that citation to refute the scientist.
The oldest occultist's instructions regarding building up of the protective Aura.
To the developed occultist the mind and character become as an open book, to be studied carefully and intelligently.