Monsieur Paul Le Duc was a famous student of occultism, a seer, a medium, and a mystic.
How can one tell but that all occultism is merely unknown science?
In France occultism, reduced to a system, adopted the outer forms of Masonry as a cover to the propagation of its doctrines.
From the standpoint of occultism there is no dead force and no dead matter.
I can imagine no clearer exposé of the dangers of occultism than this.
Including a study of the chief points of psychotherapeutics and occultism.
We learn, too, that the divining rod no longer belongs to occultism but is entitled to consideration as a scientific fact.
From this time forward she became curious about “occultism.”
In vain he pored over every work of occultism upon which he could lay his hands, and tried all known means of incantation.
Above all things, beware of occultism, that caricature of science.