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a belief in supernatural powers and the possibility of bringing them under human control

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Money, Masons and Occultism in the Decline of the Catholic Church" is as informed and informative as it is thoughtful and thought-provoking.
However, it is through the enigmas, conflicts, confusions, strong doubts and metaphysical obsessions of Hamlet's mind that the occultism of the play is implicitly but more effectively revealed.
To Frankfurters who view occultism through the lens of Adorno's The Stars Down to Earth, Laffoley's work is likely to send them screaming for the fire exits.
Malevolent, unclean spirits or evil angels that according to folklore and occultism can possess, corrupt and usher in death and disease.
Prince Charles's "Traditionalism" ("Philosopher Prince," March 2012) is in fact a manifestation of modernity, deriving from Renaissance figures such as Marsilio Ficino and more recent thinkers influenced by 19th-century occultism.
The philosophy of Moonists is largely syncretic, that is, it includes the combination of Catholicism, Pentecostalism, Jehovah, Shamanism, Occultism,etc, MP Osmonaliev stated.
After steering us through a first chapter on utopian proto-sf, Rachel Haywood Ferreira guides us into darker territory: stories that vivify the raging conflict between Darwinian and Lamarckian evolution; that prophesy the end of the world; that pit canonical science against spiritualism, theosophy, occultism, and the like; that consider (seriously
By Toby Collins September 21, 2011 (LONDON) -- A migrant worker from Sudan was beheaded by sword in Medina by the Saudi government for practising occultism on Monday, despite the efforts of international lobbyists.
Directing special attention to the interactions and tensions among these forms of Jewish Kabbalah and the nascent Christian Kabbalah, Idel brings to light the rich history of Kabbalah in Italy and the powerful influence of this important center on the emergence of Christian Kabbalah and European occultism in general.
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Magic in Chapter Two brings together Peladan's Le Vice supreme and Villiers de L'Isle-Adam's Axel as examples of a conflict between, on the one hand, solipsistic passions, occultism and elitist mysticism, and, on the other, communitarian interdependence and Christian doctrine.
They were also accused of having no morals, of stealing and eating Christian babies, of failing to help Joseph, Mary and Jesus in their flight from Herod, of forging the nails with which Jesus was crucified, of occultism, witchcraft and demonism, libels reinforced by their alien appearance and nomadic lifestyle.
Byrne also deliberately excludes other forms of occultism, such as Theosophy, from consideration.
Cameron also explores what he describes as "Hate in the air: the economics of psychic possession," which covers magic/magick, sorcery, wizardry, shamanism, occultism, Satanism, demonology, and paganism (p.
Wolffram (history, University of Queensland, Australia) sets herself the daunting task of extricating the development of psychical research in Germany from 1870-1939 from both the fictional depiction of the parapsychologist and the myth of the Nazi regime steeped in occultism.