Mystic - from the Greek mystikos or "intiated person." A believer in mysticism.
Mysticism - the belief in intuitive spiritual revelation the objective of which is union with the divine. This mystical union is achieved through intuition, faith, ecstasy, or sudden insight rather than through rational thought.
Mysticism is sometimes considered a more passive approach to the divine, as opposed to magic, which is more active. True theurgist must be both mystic and magician.
The Magician - It represents the union and balance of the elemental powers controlled by the mind. The Magician, is reflected in the Intellect which stores, gathers up knowledge and pours it into the House of Life.
Theurgy - "God-worker" A magician. One who preforms Theurgy.
Theurgy - Greek word meaning "God-working." Magic used for personal growth, spiritual evelution, and for becoming closer to the Divine. The type of magic advocated by thr Golden Dawn.
Magic - deprived from the Greek mageia the science and religion of the priests of Zoroaster. The art of causing change to occur in one's environment and one's consciousness.
Willpower, imagination, intention, and te use of symbols and correspondences play a major role in this art.