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The Divinatory Arts

by Emile Grillot Degivry

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Kessinger Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Divination - General,
  • Body, Mind & Spirit,
  • New Age / Body, Mind & Spirit,
  • New Age

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8505052M
    ISBN 101425356486
    ISBN 109781425356484

    The mantic (divinatory) arts are many, and a broad understanding can emerge only from a survey of actual practices in various cultural settings. A short definition, however, may be offered as a preliminary guide: divination is the effort to gain information of a mundane sort by means conceived of as transcending the mundane. Divination is the ascertaining of information by the interpretation of omens or an alleged supernatural agency. It usually has a formal or ritual (and often a social) character, often in a religious context, as opposed to fortune-telling, which is a more everyday practice for personal purposes.

    Define divinatory. divinatory synonyms, divinatory pronunciation, divinatory translation, English dictionary definition of divinatory. n. 1. The art or act of foretelling future events or revealing occult knowledge by means of augury or an alleged supernatural agency. 2. An inspired guess. He made the first statements proposing that the tarot is, in fact, The Book of Thoth and made the first association of tarot with cartomancy. Etteilla. The first to assign divinatory meanings to the tarot cards was cartomancer Jean-Baptiste Alliette (also known as Etteilla) in According to Dummett, Etteilla.

      The XIII Tarot is very literally a dark deck; illustrated in greys and blacks with highlights in red. The artwork on the major arcana is a little gothic and a little Giger-esque, while the minor arcana have simple arranged pips without scenes. This discipline is based on several methods such as clairvoyance that requires no support, except intuition and the use of objects (dice, coffee grounds, runes) or divination arts such as the interpretation of dreams or lines of the hand. Tea leaves Tasseography is a divinatory art that allows you to read the future in tea leaves. Originally from China, this ancestral method is easy to use.


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The divinatory art, especially those discussed here but by no means limited to them, contains within itself the keys to a complete study of magic, be it divinatory, skrying, thaumaturic or therugic in nature.

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