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With their portal-like, sculptural presence and ghostly images, the chic works of this rarely exhibited suite seductively conjure the menacing undercurrent of both nineteenth-century occultism and contemporary mass-media enchantment.
Myths of Nazi occultism had a basis in the Nazi's short-lived ventures in archaeology and experimental missile and plane projects.
The Harry Potter series, with its incantations and wizardry, has also come under fire (and brimstone) for ostensibly promoting occultism.
Gravity’s Rainbow is packed with paranoia, rocketry and post-World War II occultism, and barely clocks in under a thousand pages.
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OCCULTISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of occultism for English Language Learners
: the belief in or study of supernatural powers
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