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List of occultists

Notable people, whether contemporary, historical or legendary, who are or were involved in any of the following practices and traditions:

For a list of sleight of hand artists and practitioners of stage magic, see: List of magicians.

Classical mythology

Ancient world

Medieval Europe

Renaissance

Enlightenment

Nineteenth century

Twentieth century

See also

References

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Further reading

  • Horst Miers, Lexikon des Geheimwissens, Goldmann, München 1993, s.v. Frater V.D., p. 222
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