(Latin) adeptus, "One who has obtained." In esotericism, one who has reached the stage ofand become a master in the science of esotericism.
"...whosoever reaches the fifth Tarot and Kabbalahof the Fire [ ] becomes an adept..." — ,
"Beloved disciples, you need to develop each of the twenty-two major arcana of the Tarot within yourselves. You are imitatus, or rather, one who others have put on the path of the razor’s edge. Exert yourself to become adeptus, one who is the product of one’s own deeds, the one that conquers science by his own, the child of one’s own work." — , and in the Tarot
There are three degrees of adept:
"Adeptus exemptus means already “taken out” of karma; they do not owe karma." — , Baptism and the Philosophical Stone
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