One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Iamblichus also stressed that theurgists usually worked with lesser divinities - heroes, daimons and angels - and only the greatest of all, in exceptional circumstances, would trouble actual deities.’
- ‘The Symbolists believed in the potential power of poetry to transform the world; the poet was considered to be a theurgist and a prophet.’
- ‘Iamblichus went on, however, to weaken this argument by claiming that theurgists controlled good spirits for good ends whereas magicians employed bad spirits for bad purposes (De Mysteriis, III: 3,1).’
- ‘Furthermore, in some respects Wiccans regularly engage in practices against which theurgists themselves warned, except in very exceptional circumstances.’
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