Theosophy

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Theosophy refers to systems of philosophy about life and nature, particularly concerning the nature of gods and goddesses.

Theosophy is considered a part of the field of esotericism.

Etymology

The word theosophia appeared in both Greek and Latin in the early dats of Christianity as a synonym for "theology".


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