To Octavius she is an enchantingly beautiful woman, in whose presence the world becomes transfigured, and the puny limits of individual consciousness are suddenly made infinite by a mystic memory of the whole life of the race to its beginnings in the east, or even back to the paradise from which it fell.
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She is a mystic who believes enlightenment will come from communing with nature.
She is a mystic who claims to be able to both talk to the dead and see into the future.