Hagiomancy

Hagiomancy
Hagiomancy is a divination by reading signs from the saints, especially changes in icons of them, such as drops of water descending from the eyes or heart area.

Etymology

Derived from the Greek hagios ('holy') and manteia ('prophecy')

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