Divination Methods

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Akashic Records

The akashic records are a universal filing system where every thought, emotion, action, and experience is recorded. The records are written on a substance called ‘akasha’ or soniferous ether. Akasha, combined with earth, water, air, and fire represent the five human senses: sight, smell, touch, hearing, and taste.

You can learn about everything that has ever happened in the history of the universe. You can hear any thought that has ever been conceived. You can feel any emotion that has ever been felt. Everything that has ever existed is at your finger tips.

Think of the akashic records as a super computer that has existed for millions of years, or since the creation of the universe. Everything that has ever occurred has been recorded. Every thought and emotion of every person in the universe is contained in the akashic records.

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Astrology

(in which knowledge of the apparent relative positions of celestial bodies is used to interpret and organize information about personality, human affairs and other terrestrial matters – see the Astrology for more details).

Augury

– the interpretation of the will of the gods by studying the flight of the birds!! (Not my thing….but whatever)

Bibliomancy or Stichomancy

  • the random picking of a page or passage from sacred or other books. (More used in Hoodoo practice)

Cartomancy

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Chiromancy or Palmistry

(the art of characterization and fortune-telling through the study of the lines and bumps of the palm of the hand).

Chronomancy

(the divination of the best time to do something and the determination of lucky and unlucky days, especially popular in ancient China).

Cleromancy

(a form of divination using sortition, such as drawing of coloured pebbles from a bag, the casting of lots, or casting of bones, in which an outcome is determined by means that normally would be considered random, but that are believed to reveal the will of God or other supernatural entities).

Crystallomancy or Crystal-Gazing or Scrying or Gastromancy

(fortune-telling, prediction of future events or character analysis by means of gazing at a crystal ball, or any shiny object or convex mirror, to induce a trance or visionary experience in the medium).

Extispicy

(the practice of using animal entrails, especially the liver, intestines, lungs and other major organs, to predict future events, usually using a ritually pure animal slaughtered in a special ceremony, particularly common in ancient Mesopotamian, Hittite, Canaanite and Roman temples).

Feng Shui

(an ancient Chinese system of aesthetics believed to utilize the laws of both heaven and earth to help improve one’s life by receiving positive Qi, traditionally used in choosing a place to live, finding a burial site and agricultural planning, as well as the more modern practice of arranging objects such as furniture to help people achieve their goals).

Geomancy

(a method of divination that interprets markings on the ground, or how handfuls of soil, dirt or sand land when tossed).

Haruspicy or Ooscopy

“Haruspicy” is a method of divination that was practiced by the ancient Etruscans, who had an advanced civilization in Italy before the Roman Empire. In ancient times the haruspex (diviner) interpreted the divine will by inspecting the entrails of a sacrificial animal. Fortunately there is a form of haruspicy, called “ooscopy”, that is quite compatible with the modern world. Ooscopy substitutes an egg for the sacrificial animal and inspection of the opened egg for examination of the entrails. This works just as well as the ancient procedure, and perhaps better.

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Hydromancy

(crystal gazing by means of water, including the interpretation of the colour, ebb and flow, or ripples produced by pebbles dropped in a pool).

I Ching

(a form of bibliomancy using the “I Ching” or “Book of Changes”, an ancient Chinese book structured as an 8x8 matrix of sixty-four hexagrams, and a highly complex system of interpretation rules to be applied to the text associated with the resulting random hexagram).

Necromancy

  • (a form of divination in which the practitioner seeks to summon, and obtain information from, the spirits or souls of the recently dead, or sometimes from demons, a practice widespread in Western antiquity and the Middle Ages as well as in some African traditions such as Vodun and in Santería).

Numerology

– a belief in a mystical or esoteric relationship between numbers and physical objects or living things, held by many different cultures throughout history, utilizing techniques such as digit-summing and letter values

Oneiromancy

– (a system of dream interpretation that uses dreams to predict the future, particularly common in Greek and Roman religion and literature).

Onomancy

(divination based on a subject’s given name, popular in the Late Middle Ages, usually following practices of Gematria, or the assigning of numerical value to letters of the alphabet).

Ouija Board

– the Spiritualist practice of answering questions from people at a séance using a flat board printed with letters, numbers and other symbols, and a movable indicator or pointer

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Pyromancy

(the art of divination by means of fire, dating from early Chinese and Greek times, including the interpretation of smoke, burning plants or straw, the burning of salt, the heating and cracking of bones or turtle shells, etc).

Rhabdomancy

(divination by means of a rod, wand, staff, stick or arrow, either to point to a recommended direction of travel or to dowse for underground minerals, metals, ores or water sources).

Runecasting

(prediction and divination by runes, or the characters of the ancient Germanic alphabet).

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Taromancy or Tarot

– a form of cartomancy using a deck of Tarot cards, comprising the 21 trump cards plus the Fool card which make up the Major Arcana cards, and the fifty-six pip cards and four face cards which make up the Minor Arcana, the divinatory meanings of the cards derived mostly from the Kabbalah of Jewish mysticism and from medieval Alchemy.

Tarot is not suitable for looking lost objects/persons or hardly answers yes or no (it’s possible but it’s tricky and tarot is always adding more then just simple yes/no and thus could be unclear) but pendulum does, so it’s a great complementary technique.

Another method that adds to your divination abilities is to learn some extrasensory or mediumistic ability like seeing aura, object reading, communication with ghost, spiritual entities, scrying in black mirror, crystal ball, bowl of water, etc.

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