Peregrinus was an early "pen name" adopted by Paul Foster Case for use in Azoth Magazine, edited and published
by Michael Whitty. Peregrinus means "one who has come from abroad" or a "foreigner". While the technical usage of
this term dates from Roman times, its meaning evolved during the Middle Ages to include: foreigner, wanderer, pilgrim;
including those on a religious, spiritual, or mystical quest. It was especially in the latter sense that Paul Case adopted
its use, as an outer expression of his personal inner search.
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