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Martinist

Syllabification: Mar·tin·ist
Pronunciation: /ˈmärtn-ist, märˈtan-
 
/

Definition of Martinist in English:

noun

An adherent of a form of mystical pantheism developed by the French philosopher L.C. de Saint-Martin (1743–1803).
Example sentences
  • He created the Martinist cult; he organized things like the Queen's necklace affair, he controlled Necker; he controlled Philippe Egalité; he organized the Bastille event; he organized the Jacobin Terror.
  • The Confederacy in the United States was created as a part of Synarchism, before it was called Synarchism: the Martinist cult.
  • Napoleon was a creation of the Martinist freemasonic lodge, the Napoleonic Empire.

Derivatives

Martinism

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Although never recognized by regular Freemasonry, the history of Martinism is interwoven with that of Freemasonry.
  • We may consider that Modern Martinism dates from the creation of the Martinist Order in its present form by Papus, shortly before 1890.
  • Martinism was marked by highly respected men, whose teaching is always to be situated in the particular context and time of personal history.

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