(comparative more theosophical, superlative most theosophical)
- Of or pertaining to theosophy.
Variant of theosophy
a religious or semireligious set of occult beliefs rejecting Judeo-Christian revelation and theology, often incorporating elements of Buddhism and Hinduism, and held to be based on a special mystical insight or on superior speculation
Origin of theosophyMedieval Latin theosophia ; from Late Greek knowledge of divine things ; from theosophos, wise in divine matters ; from Classical Greek theos, god + sophos, wise: see theo- and amp; -sophy