Arcanum

• (n.) A secret remedy; an elixir. • (n.) A secret; a mystery; -- generally used in the plural.
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arcanum

noun information known only to a special group; `the secret of Cajun cooking`
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Arcanum

[Catholic encyclical] Arcanum is an encyclical issued in 1880 by Pope Leo XIII on the topic of Christian marriage. It was considered the forerunner to Pope Pius XI`s 1930 Casti Connubii and Pope Paul VI`s 1968 Humanae Vitae. ==Summary== Arcanum outlines the role of marriage in modern time, and goes through those actions which weaken the mar...
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Arcanum

[role-playing game] ==Bard Games and Death`s Edge Games Editions== The Arcanum is a fantasy role-playing game (RPG) originally published by Bard Games, set in the ancient world before Atlantis sunk. Like other fantasy RPGs, the game uses paper, pencils, dice, rule books, and imagination. It is a conversational game in which ancient warriors...
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Arcanum

Ar·ca'num noun ; plural Arcana [ Latin , from arcanus closed, secret, from arca chest, box, from arcere to inclose. See Ark .] 1. A secret; a mystery; -- generally used in the plural. « Inquiries into the arcana of the Godhead. ...
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Arcanum

An old term almost identical with occultism, its recent equivalent. Arcana were originally used to cover the sacred objects, such as the Playthings of Dionysus in the Eleusinian rites, and a cognate is ark, as in the Ark of the Covenant.
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arcanum

Term describing a profound mystery, or, in a more particular sense, one of the alchemist's secrets of nature, such as the elixir of life, the philosopher's stone, and so on. ...
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