Definition of Occultism

Occultism

The occultism is the knowledge of the paranormal, as opposed to the knowledge of the measurable, usually referred to as science. The discipline includes all the arts and occult sciences (alchemy, astrology, magic, divination and occult medicine) affecting the secrets of nature and what is not visible. For practitioners of the occultism, it is simply the study of a deeper spiritual reality that extends beyond pure reason and the physical sciences.

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