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Article Topic: Divination

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Witch Crystals Casting Stones for Divination and Magic
Date: 2014-12-15   By: Barbara Moore
When Lo Scarabeo asked tarot expert Barbara Moore to create a Pagan-based casting kit, she was excited. Here she explains the many uses, magical and divinatory, of the Witch Crystals Casting Stones Kit.
Crystal Ball Reading for Beginners: Have No Fears
Date: 2011-07-11   By: Alexandra Chauran
Many people gush excitedly that they love fortune tellers, scrying and divination, but feel that they could never do it themselves. Why is this, when these individuals are obviously open to the psychic arts? Are they afraid of what they might see, or that they might see nothing at all? Alexandra Chauran, author of Crystal Ball Reading for Beginners, allays the fears of those new to scrying with a crystal ball.
10 Tips for Giving Dynamite Tea Leaf Readings
Date: 2011-03-21   By: Caroline Dow
Tea leaf reading, or tasseomancy, has been practiced as a form of divination probably ever since the first cup was brewed. But how does one make sense of the images left at the bottom of a cup? To help lift you over the hump—that clutch moment when you fear you’re floundering in a red sea of Rooibos—and onto the path toward giving dynamic readings, Caroline Dow, author of Tea Leaf Reading for Beginners, offers 10 easy-to-put-into-practice tips for interpretation.
How to Perform a Quick Divination with Geomancy
Date: 2010-12-09   By: Richard Webster
The Animal Cracker Oracle: An Adaptation of Prussian Customs
Date: 2009-12-14   By: Janina Renée
Janina Renée, author of Tarot Spells and Tarot for a New Generation, was inspired by old Prussian customs to create a fortune-telling game that can be done for fun at any time of the year.
The Spinning Basket Fortune Teller: Put Your Fetishes to Work
Date: 2008-07-21   By: Janina Renée
Over time, many of us acquire an assortment of small but delightful trinkets, such as miniature animals or other little figurines, souvenir items, toys, miniature charms, and many other gewgaws. Along with these, we may also collect natural objects such as seeds and nuts, pebbles, and shells, as well as interesting bits of beach glass or driftwood and other found articles. Oftentimes these things give us pleasure because, aside from being colorful or whimsical, they convey some special symbolism or serve as mementos. However, if you’ve just been allowing them to accumulate in a junk drawer, you can take them to a new level of use, since these objects, or fetishes, have a traditional role in divination.

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