a person who practices or believes in mysticism or certain as a type of mysticism: Protestant mystics.
an individual who practices mysticism.
One fond of mysticism; person who keeps mystical views, interpretations, etc.; specifically, in ecclesiastical record, a person who professed mysticism. See mysticism.
one that accepts or preaches some kind of mysticism; especially [capitalized], one that keeps on potential for direct mindful and unmistakable sex with Jesus by a species of ecstasy. See Quietist, Pietist, Gichtelian.
somebody who feels into the existence of realities beyond human being comprehension
Hidden from or obscure to individual knowledge or understanding: pertaining to what is obscure or incomprehensible; mysterious; dark; obscure; specifically, expressing a sense comprehensible only to an increased class of cleverness or even to those specifically started.
Of or pertaining to mystics or mysticism.
within the civil law of Louisiana, sealed or sealed: because, a Mystic testament