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Synonyms for mystic

Synonyms for mystic

Synonyms for mystic

someone who believes in the existence of realities beyond human comprehension

having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence

relating to or resembling mysticism

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relating to or characteristic of mysticism

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Ava finds that all the clues point to the killer being a fire mystic, one of her own.
Pointing to a realm that is beyond this world, mystics offer experiential evidence that there is only one source, one energy, moving through us all.
In the same way mystics believe there are an infinite number of spiritual homes.
admits that his choices favored mystics from diverse backgrounds with leadership skills and intellectual prowess.
He has written extensively on Christian mystics, including Mystics for Our Time and On Heaven in Ordinaire.
JAMES HARPUR has written a good historical overview of Christian mystics from the beginning of the church to the present, defining mysticism as "an intense awareness of God's presence accompanied by extraordinary knowledge and love.
The first quarter was tight, with some exceptional three-point shooting from the Mystics who were right on the home team's heels at 23-22.
Lincoln Holdings announced in May that it would buy the Mystics from Washington Sports & Entertainment.
They came out in the second half and really pounded the ball inside and defensively we were slacking a little bit,'' said Mystics forward Chamique Holdsclaw, who scored a game-high 24 points.
I agree with Saint Teresa of Avila that we're all meant to be mystics.
From then we move to the Eastern Church, the Western Church in the Middle Ages, Europe in the early modern period with an emphasis on the Reformation and the growth of mysticism in Spain and France and, in the final chapter, post-Reformation mystics in England and America.
At their best they write their histories in such manner that the formerly forgotten, repressed other of the modern tradition -- hysterics, the mad, mystics, dissenters, avant-garde artists, subjugated communities of resistance in the past and present are finally allowed to speak on their own terms.
Since the Middle Ages, most female saints and mystics had had their experiences validated through male confessors.
His verse had a decisive influence on later Turkish mystics and inspired the poets of the renaissance of Turkish national poetry after 1910.
In the 14th century, a group of Jewish mystics in Israel felt that more should be done to observe the New Year for Trees.