[ thee-ur-jee ]
/ ˈθi ɜr dʒi /
noun, plural the·ur·gies.
a system of beneficent magic practiced by the Egyptian Platonists and others.
the working of a divine or supernatural agency in human affairs.
genius, wizard, witch, virtuoso, charmer, seer, enchanter, enchantress, siren, conjurer, soothsayer, sorcerer, warlock, medium, shaman, diviner, trickster, prophet, voodoo, genie
- theta rhythm,
- theta wave,
- thetford mines,
- they also serve who only stand and wait
Origin of theurgy
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/ (ˈθiːˌɜːdʒɪ) /
noun plural -gies
- the intervention of a divine or supernatural agency in the affairs of man
- the working of miracles by such intervention
beneficent magic as taught and performed by Egyptian Neoplatonists and others
Word Origin for theurgy
C16: from Late Latin theūrgia, from Late Greek theourgia the practice of magic, from theo- theo- + -urgia, from ergon work
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