Definition of theurgical in English:

theurgical

adjective

  • See theurgy

    • ‘Careful study of the Pseudo-Dionysian writings has uncovered many parallels between the theurgical doctrines of Iamblichus, and the triadic metaphysical schema of Proclus.’
    • ‘Perhaps its most compelling articulation can be found in the writings of ancient Jewish and Kabbalistic theurgical mystics.’
    • ‘Some theurgical workings will incorporate elements of thaumaturgy, and divination may include necromancy while today's alchemist may bring in elements of all the other forms.’
    • ‘The room was full of a wizard's theurgical paraphernalia, and Morlock himself was seated at a desk, oblivious to his presence.’

Pronunciation

theurgical

/θiːˈəːdʒɪk(ə)l/