• Acutomancy is a form of divination by sharp or pointed objects, such as needles.
  • Aeromancy (also known as Nephelomancy) is divination by atmospheric phenomena. This would include winds, comets, storms, clouds, shooting stars, thunder and lightening.
  • Alectromancy is divination by a cock, rooster or hen.
  • Aleuromancy is divination using fortune cookies.
  • Amniomancy is divination by using the caul.
  • Anthroposcopy is divination by observing facial features such as face shape, forehead, eyebrows, eyes, nose, checks, mouth, chin and jaw. This is a form of Physiognomy.
  • Apantomancy is divination by the chance sighting or birds or animals.
  • Astrogancy is divination of the visual appearance of stars: their relative brightness and position on the horizon being the primary factors.
  • Astrology is divination by planets and stars.
  • Augury is divination from the behaviors of birds.
  • Austromancy is divination by the study of the winds and interpreting cloud shapes.
  • Automatic Writing (also known as Planchette Writing) is divination thru ‘doodling’.
  • Belomancy is divination by tossing or balancing arrows.
  • Bibliomancy is divination according to the weight of the Bible.
  • Botanomancy is divination by herbs.
  • Capnomancy (also known as Libanomancy) is divination by smoke rising from a fire, especially smoke from sacrificial offerings.
  • Cartomancy is divination by using playing cards or tarot cards.
  • Cartopedy (also known as Pedomancy) is a Persian divination method using feet much like palmistry uses the hands.
  • Casting bones is a method of divination by, you guessed it, bones.
  • Catoptromancy (also known as Caloptromancy and Enoptromancy) is divination by using a mirror that was turned to the Moon to catch the lunar rays, or more commonly known today as a Magick Mirror.
  • Ceromancy (also known as Ceroscopy) is divination by molten wax dropped into water.
  • Clairvoyance is divination by ‘second sight’.
  • Crystallomancy (also known as Crystal Gazing) is divination by a crystal.
  • Dowsing (also known as Radiesthesia and Rhabdomancy) is divination by using a forked stick or wires.
  • Felidomancy is the art of foretelling future events by the observation of cats or felines movements, especially the way they jump and where they land.
  • Genethlialogy is divination by the stars placement at one’s birth; calculating someone’s future from the position and influence of the stars at birth.
  • Geomancy is divination by examining dots on paper, dirt particles or marks on the earth.
  • Graphology is the study or science of interpreting hand writing, handwriting analysis, involve character and personality traits.
  • Halomancy is divination by salt
  • Haruspation is divination using the entrails of sacrificial victims, namely animals
  • Horoscopy is divination by means of a horoscope
  • Hydromancy (also known as Hydrascopy and Ydromancy) is divination by water, including the color, ebb and flow, or ripples produced by pebbles or stones dropped in a pool.
  • Kumalak is divination using beans popular in Kazakhstan
  • Lampadomancy is divination by observing the single flame of a candle or oil lamp
  • Leconomancy is divination by observing the shape that oil poured on water makes.
  • Libanomancy is divination thru the behavior of incense smoke.
  • Lithomancy is divination by studying light reflected by precious or colored stones.
  • Metaposcopy is divination by forehead lines.
  • Molybdomancy is divination by molten lead or tin dripped into cold water.
  • Necromancy is the practice of communicating with the spirits of the dead.
  • Numerology (also called Arithmancy and Arithmomancy) is divination by numbers, dates and the number values of letters.
  • Oenomancy is divination by the appearance of wine.
  • Oneiromancy is divination by dreams
  • Onomancy is divination by the letters of a name.
  • Onychomancy is divination by the human fingernail.
  • Oomantia, Ooscopy and Ovomancy are all methods of divination by the outer and inner forms of the eggs.
  • Ophiomancy is divination by observing the behaviour of snakes.
  • Ornithomancy (also known as Oionoscopia) is divination by the flight of birds.
  • Ouija Boards usually consist of the letters of the alphabet, 0-9 in numbers and the words, “Yes” and “No.” The user or users of the board lightly touch a pointer (sometimes called a planchette) and the pointer moves and spells out the answers to questions asked of the ouija.
  • Palmistry (also known as Cheiromancy) is divination by reading the lines and aspects of the hand. This is a form of Physiognomy.
  • Pegomancy is divination by fountains and the movements and/or rings produced by the water dropping into the water.
  • Pendulmn is divination using an object suspended on a thread or string used to answer questions. The questions usually can be answered by ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
  • Pessomancy (also known as Psephomancy) is divination by pebbles or beans marked with special symbols or colors relating to health, success, travel, or communications.
  • Phrenology (also known as Cranioscopy) is divination by the bumps on the head and head formation.
  • Phyllorhodomancy is a means of divination whereby one slaps a rose petal against the hand and judges the favorability of the omen by the loudness of the sound.
  • Physiognomy is divination by the human body
  • Psychometry is the ability to perceive the characters, surroundings, and events connected with a person by holding an object belonging to that person in ones hands.
  • Pyromancy is divination by fire.
  • Runes are a system of divination by symbols carved or drawn on a separate piece of material, usually either wood or stone
  • Seances are a meeting of open-minded individuals and a psychic gathered in a large circle with the expressed purpose of trying to communicate with the ‘spirit’ of a deceased person.
  • Scrying is divination by looking or gazing into a crystal ball, calm lake, flame, mirror or even a glass surface.
  • Sideromancy is divination by observing the movement of straws placed on a red-hot iron.
  • Sortilege (also known as Cleromancy) is divination by drawing lots.
  • Spodomancy (also known as Tephramancy and Tuphramancy) is divination by looking at ashes or cinders.
  • Sycomancy is divination performed by writing messages on tree leaves, fig tree leaves in particular.
  • Tasseography (also known as Tasseomancy) is divination by tea leaves or coffee grounds.
  • Theomancy is divination by oracles.
  • Xylomancy is divination by dry sticks.
  • Zoomancy is divination by observing the behavior and appearance of animals
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