theosophist
noun Date: 1656 1. an adherent of theosophy 2. capitalized a member of a theosophical society

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  • Theosophist — The*os o*phist, n. One addicted to theosophy. [1913 Webster] The theosophist is one who gives you a theory of God, or of the works of God, which has not reason, but an inspiration of his own, for its basis. R. A. Vaughan. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • theosophist — theosophy ► NOUN ▪ a philosophy maintaining that a knowledge of God may be achieved through spiritual ecstasy, direct intuition, or special individual relations. DERIVATIVES theosophical adjective theosophist noun. ORIGIN from Greek theosophos… …   English terms dictionary

  • theosophist — See theosophic. * * * …   Universalium

  • theosophist — noun an advocate of, or believer in theosophy …   Wiktionary

  • theosophist — the·os·o·phist || θɪ É‘sÉ™fɪst /θɪ É’s n. expert in theosophy, expert in the study of divinity and mysticism …   English contemporary dictionary

  • theosophist — the·os·o·phist …   English syllables

  • theosophist — noun a believer in theosophy • Derivationally related forms: ↑theosophy • Hypernyms: ↑believer, ↑worshiper, ↑worshipper …   Useful english dictionary

  • The Theosophist — ist eine monatlich erscheinende theosophische Zeitschrift. Die Zeitschrift erschien erstmals im Oktober 1879 und wird ohne Unterbrechung bis heute herausgegeben. Helena Blavatsky rief das Blatt in Mumbai ins Leben, um die theosophische Idee einer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • The Theosophist (Zeitschrift) — The Theosophist ist eine monatlich erscheinende theosophische Zeitschrift. Die Zeitschrift erschien erstmals im Oktober 1879 und wird ohne Unterbrechung bis heute herausgegeben. Helena Blavatsky rief das Blatt in Mumbai ins Leben, um die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • The Theosophist — is a theosophical journal. It was founded in 1879 by Helena Blavatsky, and is still being published. The journal features articles about philosophy, art, literature and occultism. External links *http://ts adyar.org/magazines.html… …   Wikipedia

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