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goetic

(ɡəʊˈɛtɪk)
adj
(Alternative Belief Systems) relating to witchcraft
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Hemp C, Massa B (2017) Review of the African genera Arantia Stal and Goetia Karsch (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae).
A man of very few words, Fisher let Goetia and the epic The Prolonging paint his blackened landscape before slipping quietly away into the night.
"Dantalion of the Goetia" is a novel following a young college girl with a curiosity in the occult who winds up releasing Dantalion, a fallen angel bound into an tome meant to seal him.
Less successful is the chapter which follows, "Words for Magic: goetia, gul and luth," by Dieter Bachmann.
Clifford Davidson focuses his analysis on the contextual necessity for evil or "[t]he Way of Perversity" to the effective portrayal of the good; both he and Bernadette Bosky discuss the role of "Goetia, the selfish and obscene pursuit of magic or witchcraft in order to wrest power away from Heaven" (Davidson 86) in Williams's literary realization of his Christian convictions.
"Grace and Goetia: Magic as Forced Compensation in All Hallows' Eve." Mythlore 45 (1986): 19-23.
(35) For a discussion of the stereotypical association of women with witchcraft, of the contrast between lower, folk practices such as goetia and theurgy, and of the association of necromancy with clerical learning see Richard Kieckhefer's seminal Magic in the Middle Ages (Cambridge U.
So will the premiere of the festival-commissioned "Goetia": a 12-minute, solo violin work to be played by Jennifer Choi.