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With 9 biographies, Occultists are the 95th most common occupation in Pantheon, behind Rugby Players, Magicians, and Statisticians.

Pantheon has 37 people classified as occultists born between 1135 and 1931. Of these 37, none of them are still alive today. The most famous deceased occultists include Nostradamus, Rajneesh, and Grigori Rasputin. As of October 2020, 2 new occultists have been added to Pantheon including Stanislas de Guaita and Otto Witte.

Deceased Occultists

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Newly Added Occultists (2020)

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Most occultists were born in United Kingdom (12), France (6), and United States (3). By city, the most common birth places were Lyon (2), London (2), and Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (1).The most common death places of occultists were France (10), United Kingdom (8), and United States (5). By city, these were Paris (4), London (3), and Neuilly-sur-Seine (2).

The earliest biographies classified as occultists in Pantheon are Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, Michael Scot, and Joachim of Fiore.  The concentration of occultists was largest during the Newspaper Era, which lasted from 1700 to 1899. Some birth or death locations for earlier occultists are unknown, which may account for timeline differences below.

Which Occultists were alive at the same time? This visualization shows the lifespans of the 25 most globally memorable Occultists since 1700.

Occultists are found within the Public Figure domain which also includes Companions, Social Activists, Models, Pornographic Actors, and Extremists.