Meaning of mystagogue

mys•ta•gogue

Pronunciation: (mis'tu-gôg", -gog"), [key]
— n.
  1. someone who instructs others before initiation into religious mysteries or before participation in the sacraments.
  2. a person whose teachings are said to be founded on mystical revelations.
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