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Bibliomancy

Bibliomancy was a form of divination which was popular in the Middle Ages. First, you picked up a sacred or significant text, like Homer or Virgil or the Bible.  68 more words

Writing

Bibliomancy: divination through books

This morning I was looking for inspiration, and used a little bibliomancy for inspiration, sharing a lovely quote from Anam Cara by John O’Donohue. ( 418 more words

Witchy Ways

BOOK RADAR: "Strange Is The Night" by S.P. Miskowski

Critically acclaimed weird/horror S.P. Miskowski has a new collection out from Journalstone, called Strange Is the Night.   Miskowski has been nominated for the Shirley Jackson Award many times. 123 more words

Book Birthdays

"34" Tanith Lee ( writing as Esther Garber): Darkly erotic queer fantastika

Immanion Press has reprinted 34 in an extremely handsome edition that even has illustrations and pictures. 34 was written Lee, who claimed to channel the work of the enigmatic Esther Garber. 388 more words

Book Reviews

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Tarot

Learn the 78 Tarot Cards in Two Hours (Part 1Part 2)

Tarot Cards – Understanding Reversals

How to Practice Tarot Readings when you’re on your own ( 331 more words

Master Post

What Is Bibliomancy...?

I’ve written in this space before about the divinatory practice known as biobliomancy…but it’s been a while, and I had a related experience today that was on point enough and interesting enough that I decided to log this refresher post. 525 more words

Metaphysics

Divinapption: When God texts back

The minds and wills of deity are timeless curiosities, revisited through the ages and within the myriad religious contexts, and pursued via innovative divination methods. In the digital age things can be a little more straightforward if one desires. 476 more words