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Hermiticism

her·mit (hûr m t). n. 1.

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Edited Final Frascari Cornaro
Mar 17, 2008 myths as well as kabalistic hermiticism and syncretically, including Christian belief, to convey his belief.
Science and imperialism
September 2006
tonism and Hermiticism, God is not a divine person but a force. There is nothing new under the sun, so God is understood as a force.

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hermitic - definition of hermitic by the Free Online Dictionary
her·mit (hûr m t). n. 1.
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SYMPOSIUM CALL FOR PAPERS: Alchemy Hermiticism Islamic
SYMPOSIUM CALL FOR PAPERS: Alchemy: Hermiticism: Islamic and Jewish Mysticism. February 9, 2010.
Abraham of Nethpra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He became a hermit there, and, after returning from Egypt, returned to hermiticism, living for thirty years in a cave before dying in the 6th century.
One-Way Street: Hermiticism and Engagement in Peter Zumthor
May 21, 2009 The selection of Peter Zumthor as the winner of this year's Pritzker Prize continues to create controversy.

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