Gyromancy

Gyromancy is a divination performed by walking in a circle until dizziness caused a person to fall and this was interpreted in various ways.

Etymology

Derived from the Greek gūros ('spiral') and manteia ('prophecy')

Methods

The circumference of the circle is marked by letters. The message was gained from the words formed by the inquirer when they stumbled on the letters when going round the circle.

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