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Medism can refer to:
in ancient Greece, imitating or having sympathies or siding
with the Persians (the ethnonym 'Mede'
was often used by the Greeks of the Persians, although it strictly
speaking denoted another Iranian tribe, the Medes). It was considered a crime in many ancient Greek states. Themistocles the Athenian was ostracized for Medism. Pausanias, the Lacedaimonian
hegemon of the Hellenic
League in the battle of Platea
was accused of Medism by other member states, an accusation which
allowed Athens to seize control of the league. Herodotus, mentions
state medism of Aegina, Thessaly, Argos, Thebes and other Boeotians.
a specific form of Hypnotism mixing hypnosis and meditation.
'Medism' or 'Neo-oriental Hypnotism' attempt to spiritualise the
materialistic and mechanical form of occidental Hypnotism by
bringing it in line with oriental mysticism.
Medism: Greek collaboration with Achaemenid Persia by David
Medism in the Sixth and Fifth Centuries B.C. by Helen Harriet
“The Medism of Thessaly,” Henry Dickinson Westlake