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Feng Shui

Feng Shui refers to the ancient Chinese practice of studying and following the natural currents of the Earth to ensure the proper alignment with them so that Qi is not disrupted. History Some references in writing cited that the traces of Feng Shui were evident as early as 2700 BC. At first, it was used to locate the best position …

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Transataumancy

Transataumancy is divination by interpreting something accidentally or unexpectedly seen or heard. Modern forms Way back in ancient Roman times, trifling mistakes were accepted as omens. Today, a lot of people are apt to attribute their good fortune to chance occurrence or coincidence. There are many superstitions that are associated with omens. A cangle falling, bad luck to fear Cross …

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Mathemancy

Mathemancy Mathemancy is divination by counting. Etymology Derived from the English mathe(matics) and Greek manteia ('prophecy') Back to Spontaneous Divinations Back to Divinations Back to Home This post was last modified on :

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Metagnomy

Metagnomy Metagnomy is a form of supernatural cognition, now generally referred to as “extrasensory perception” by parapsychologists. Etymology Derived from the Greek meta- ('beside') and gnomonia ('interpretation') Origin Although this term was employed by the French psychical researcher Dr. Eugen Osty, it seems to have been originally coined by the researcher Emile Boirac (1851-1917) in his book L' Avenir des …

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Labiomancy

Labiomancy is divination by lip reading. Etymology Derived from the Latin labium (‘lip’) and Greek manteia (‘prophecy’) Back to Spontaneous Divinations Back to Divinations Back to Home This post was last modified on :

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Literomancy

Literomancy Literomancy is a form of fortune-telling based on letters. Etymology Derived from the Latin litera ('letter') and Greek manteia ('prophecy'). Here a letter means an element in a particular written language, such as a Spanish word or a Chinese character. A fortune-teller of this type is known as a literomancer. History As a superstition literomancy is practised in Chinese-speaking …

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Micromancy

Micromancy is divination by the smallest object at hand. Etymology Derived from the Greek mikros ('small') and manteia ('prophecy') Back to Spontaneous Divinations Back to Divinations Back to Home This post was last modified on :

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Moromancy

Moromancy Moromancy is a form of divination that involves interpretation of someone's foolishness or nonsense. Etymology Derived from the Greek moros ('dull') and manteia ('prophecy') Methods Moromancy attempt to predict the future by observing the behavior of fools. Back to Spontaneous Divinations Back to Divinations Back to Home This post was last modified on :

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Narcomancy

Narcomancy Narcomancy is divination using sleep, especially retrieving information from a sleeping person. Etymology Derived from the Greek narke ('numbness') and manteia ('prophecy') Back to Spontaneous Divinations Back to Divinations Back to Home This post was last modified on :

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Logomancy

Logomancy is telling the future either by using magic words or interpreting the words of others. Etymology Derived from the Greek logos ('word') and manteia ('prophecy') Back to Spontaneous Divinations Back to Divinations Back to Home This post was last modified on :

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