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Vending Machine Divination


Satan has worked his magick all over this wicked, wicked world. We covered the fact that astrology is witchcraft hidden in a disguise of ‘comfort’…for the people to believe. And even though it’s witchcraft many people use it daily. Contacting the dead,…which are demons-is so dangerous. And there are so many avenues…so to be aware of them is to have some kind of knowledge as to not associate oneself with it. I give you a partial list…so learn and beware of them!


abacomancy /ˈæbəkɵmænsi/: by dust (Hebrew ’ābāq, dust + Greek manteia, prophecy)
acultomancy /əˈkʌltɵmænsi/ (also acutomancy): by needles (from acutomancy below, influenced by Latin acūleus, needle)
acutomancy /əˈkjuːtɵmænsi/ → see acultomancy (Latin acus [acut-], needle + Greek manteia, prophecy)
adromancy /ˈædrɵmænsi/ → see alomancy (from idromancy below, influenced by alomancy)
adryomancy→ see hydromancy (metathesis of hydromancy)
aeromancy /ˈɛərɵmænsi/: by atmospheric conditions (Greek āēr, air + manteia, prophecy)
agalmatomancy /əˈɡɔːlmətɵmænsi/:[citation needed] by statues (Greek agalma [agalmat-], statue + manteia, prophecy)
aichmomancy /ˈɛkmɵmænsi/: by sharp objects (Greek aikhmē, spearhead + manteia, prophecy)
ailuromancy/aeluromancy → see theriomancy
alectormancy/alectromancy /əˈlɛktrɵmænsi/: by rooster sacrifice (Greek alektor, rooster + manteia, prophecy)
alectryomancy/alectoromancy: by rooster divination → see theriomancy
aleuromancy¹ /əˈljʊərɵmænsi/: by flour; see also chartomancy (Greek aleuron, meal + manteia, prophecy)
alomancy/Halomancy /ˈælɵmænsi/ (also adromancy): by salt (Greek hals, salt + manteia, prophecy)
alphitomancy /ˈælfɨtɵmænsi/: by barley (Greek alphis [alphit-], barley + manteia, prophecy)
alveromancy /ælˈvɪərɵmænsi/:[citation needed] by sounds
amathomancy /ˈæməθɵmænsi/: by sand (Greek amathos, sandy soil + manteia, prophecy)
ambulomancy /ˈæmbjʊlɵmænsi/: by walking (Latin ambulāre, to walk + Greek manteia, prophecy)
amniomancy /ˈæmni.ɵmænsi/: by placenta (Greek amniōn, amnion + manteia, prophecy)
anemoscopy/anemomancy /ˌænɨˈmɒskɵpi/: by wind (Greek anemos, wind + -skopiā, observation)
anthomancy /ˈænθɵmænsi/: by flowers (Greek anthos, flower + manteia, prophecy)
anthropomancy /ænˈθrɒpɵmænsi/: by human sacrifice (Greek anthrōpos, human being + manteia, prophecy)
anthroposcopy /ænθrɵˈpɒskɵpi/: by physical appearance (Greek anthrōpos, human being + -skopiā, observation)
anthracomancy /ˈænθrəkɵmænsi/: by burning coals (Greek anthrax [anthrak-], charcoal + manteia, prophecy)
apantomancy /əˈpæntɵmænsi/: by chance encounters with animals (Greek apantein, to encounter + manteia, prophecy)
arachnomancy /əˈræknɵmænsi/: by spiders (Greek arakhnē, spider + manteia, prophecy)
archeomancy/archaeomancy /ˈɑrki.ɵmænsi/: by sacred relics (Greek arkhaios, ancient + manteia, prophecy)
ariolation /ˌæriɵˈleɪʃən/: by altars (Latin ariolus, hariolus, prophet)
arithmancy: assigning numerical value to a word or phrase
armomancy /ˈɑrmɵmænsi/: by one’s own shoulders (Latin armus, shoulder + Greek manteia, prophecy)
aruspicina: study of entrails
aspidomancy /ˈæspɨdɵmænsi/: by sitting in a drawn circle (Greek aspis [aspid-], shield + manteia, prophecy)
astragalomancy/astragalamancy → see cleromancy
astragyromancy → see cleromancy (from astragalomancy above, perhaps influenced by Greek guros, spiral, circle, and therefore vertebra)
astrapomancy /ˈæstrəpɵmænsi/: by lightning (Greek astrapē, lightning flash + manteia, prophecy)
astrology/astromancy/astroscopy /əˈstrɒlɵdʒi/: by celestial bodies (Greek astron, star + -logiā, study)
augury /ˈɔːɡjʊri/ → see theriomancy
auramancy /ˈɔːrəmænsi/: by auras (Greek aurā, breath + manteia, prophecy)
auspicy/auspication → see theriomancy (Latin avis, bird + specere, to look at)
austromancy → see theriomancy /ˈɔːstrɵmænsi/: by wind (Latin auster, south wind + Greek manteia, prophecy)
avimancy → see orniscopy (Latin avis, bird + Greek manteia, prophecy)
axiomancy/axinomancy /ˈæksi.ɵmænsi/: by axes (Latin axis, axis + manteia, prophecy)


batraquomancy/batrachomancy /bəˈtrækɵmænsi/: by frogs (Greek batrakhos, frog + manteia, prophecy)
belomancy/bolomancy /ˈbɛlɵmænsi/: by arrows (from bolomancy below, influenced by Greek belemnon, javelin, or belonē, needle)
bibliomancy → see chartomancy
biorhythmic divination: by biorhythms
bletonism/bletonomancy /ˈblɛtənɪzm/: by water current (named for Monsieur Bleton, a French bletonist)
bolomancy /ˈbɒlɵmænsi/ → see belomancy (Greek bolē, arrow + manteia, prophecy)
botanomancy /bɵˈtænɵmænsi/: by burning sage or figs (Greek botanē, flora + manteia, prophecy)
brizomancy → see oneiromancy (Greek brizein, to be sleepy + manteia, prophecy)
brontomancy/brontoscopy /ˈbrɒntɵmænsi/: by thunder (Greek brontē, thunder + manteia, prophecy)
bumpology /bʌmˈpɒlɵdʒi/: by bumps on the skin (English bump + Greek -logiā, study)


cabala → see kabbalah
canomancy /ˈkænɵmænsi/ or /ˈkeɪnɵmænsi/: by dogs (Latin canis, dog + Greek manteia, prophecy)
capnomancy /ˈkæpnɵmænsi/: by smoke (Greek kapnos, smoke + manteia, prophecy)
libanomancy /laɪˈbænɵmænsi/: by smoke or ash from incense (Greek libanos, frankincense + manteia, prophecy)
carromancy /ˈkærɵmænsi/: by melting wax (Greek karrō, of wax + manteia, prophecy)
cartopedy → see somatomancy (Latin carta, papyrus paper + pēs [pēd-], foot)
cartomancy → see chartomancy
catoptromancy/captromancy → see scrying
causimancy/causimomancy /ˈkɔːzɨmænsi/: by burning (Greek kaiein [kaus-], to burn + manteia, prophecy)
cephalomancy → see somatomancy
cephaleonomancy/cephalonomancy/ˌsɛfəliˈɒnɵmænsi/: by boiling a donkey’s head (Greek kephalaion, head [with meaning influenced by Greek onos, donkey] + manteia, prophecy)
ceraunoscopy /ˌsɛrəˈnɒskɵpi/: by thunder and lightning (Greek keraunos, thunderbolt + -skopiā, observation)
ceromancy/ceroscopy /ˈsɛrɵmænsi/: by dripping wax in water (Greek kēros, wax + manteia, prophecy)
chalcomancy: by striking gongs or copper bowls (Greek khalkos, copper + manteia, prophecy)
chaomancy /ˈkeɪ.ɵmænsi/: by aerial visions (Greek khaos, primordial space + manteia, prophecy)
chartomancy /ˈkɑrtɵmænsi/: by things on paper (Greek khartēs, papyrus paper + manteia, prophecy)
cartomancy /ˈkɑrtɵmænsi/: by cards (Latin carta, papyrus paper + Greek manteia, prophecy)
taromancy/tarotmancy /ˈtærɵmænsi/: by tarot (English tarot + Greek manteia, prophecy)
stichomancy /ˈstɪkɵmænsi/: by books or lines (Greek stikhos, line of verse + manteia, prophecy)
aleuromancy² /əˈljʊərɵmænsi/: by fortune cookies (of the same origin as aleuromancy¹)
bibliomancy /ˈbɪbliɵmænsi/: by the Bible (Greek biblion, book + manteia, prophecy)
I Ching divination: by the I Ching or the accompanying I Ching manual
stoicheomancy/stoichomancy: by the Iliad and the Odyssey or the Aeneid (Greek stoikheion, element + manteia, prophecy; to the Greeks, Homer’s writings were held in similar esteem to the Christian Bible or the Muslim Quran, as were Virgil’s writings to the Romans, making them the basic — or elementary — reading material in each culture)
cheiromancy/chiromancy→ see somatomancy
cheirognomy/chirognomy → see somatomancy
chien tung → see kau cim
choriomancy /ˈkɒri.ɵmænsi/: by pig bladders (Greek khorion, placenta + mantiea, prophecy)
chresmomancy /ˈkrɛsmɵmænsi/: by the ravings of lunatics (Greek khrēsmos, oracular utterance, chresm + manteia, prophecy)
chronomancy /ˈkrɒnɵmænsi/: by apt occasion (Greek khronos, time + manteia, prophecy)
cineromancy/ceneromancy → see spodomancy /ˈsɪnərɵmænsi/ (Latin cinis [ciner-], ashes + Greek manteia, prophecy)
clamancy (see also Fāl-gūsh): by random shouts and cries heard in crowds, at night, etc. (Latin clāmāre, to cry out + Greek manteia, prophecy)
cledonism/cledonomancy /ˈklɛdɵnɪzm/: by chance events or overheard words (Greek klēdon, rumor)
cleidomancy/clidomancy /ˈklaɪdɵmænsi/: by keys (Greek kleis [kleid-], key + manteia, prophecy)
cleromancy /ˈklɛrɵmænsi/: by casting (Greek klēros, lot + manteia, prophecy)
astragalomancy/astragalamancy /əˈstræɡəlɵmænsi/ (also cubomancy): by dice (Greek astragalos, vertebra + manteia, prophecy)
domino divination: by dominoes
favomancy /ˈfævɵmænsi/: by beans (Latin faba, bean + Greek manteia, prophecy)
Ogham casting: by Ogham letters
runecasting/Runic divination: by runes
cometomancy /kɵˈmɛtɵmænsi/: by comet tails (Greek komētēs, comet + manteia, prophecy)
colormancy/coloromancy: by colors (English color + Greek manteia, prophecy)
conchomancy /ˈkɒŋkɵmænsi/: by shells (Greek konkhē, mussel + manteia, prophecy)
cosquinomancy/coscinomancy /kɵˈsɪnɵmænsi/: by hanging sieves (Greek koskinōn, sieve + manteia, prophecy)
cottabomancy/cottobomancy /ˈkɒtəbɵmænsi/: by wine in a brass bowl (Greek kottabos, cottabus + manteia, prophecy)
craniognomy /ˌkreɪniˈɒɡnɵmi/ or /ˌkreɪniˈɒnəmi/ → see somatomancy (Greek krānion, skull + -gnōmoniā, interpretation)
the crawling baby: by a baby’s crawling
crithomancy/critomancy /ˈkrɪθɵmænsi/: by barley cakes (Greek krithē, barley + manteia, prophecy)
cromnyomancy/cromniomancy /ˈkrɒmni.ɵmænsi/: by onion sprouts (alteration of Greek krommuon, onion + manteia, prophecy)
cryptomancy /ˈkrɪptɵmænsi/: by omens (Greek kruptos, hidden + manteia, prophecy)
cryomancy /ˈkraɪ.ɵmænsi/: by ice (Greek kryo, ice )
crystal ball gazing → see scrying
crystal gazing → see scrying
crystallomancy /ˈkrɪstəlɵmænsi/ → see scrying (Greek krustallos, crystal + manteia, prophecy)
cubomancy /ˈkjuːbɵmænsi/ → see cleromancy (Greek kubos, cube + manteia, prophecy)
cyathomancy /ˈsaɪ.əθɵmænsi/: by cups (Greek kuathos, cup + manteia, prophecy)
cybermancy /ˈsaɪbərmænsi/: by computer oracles (English cyber(netics) + Greek manteia, prophecy)
cyclicomancy /ˈsɪklɨkɵmænsi/: by swirling water in a cup (Greek kuklikos, cyclical, circular + manteia, prophecy)
cyclomancy /ˈsɪklɵmænsi/ or /ˈsaɪklɵmænsi/: by wheels (Greek kuklos, circle + manteia, prophecy)

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dactyliomancy /dækˈtɪliɵmænsi/: by finger rings (Greek daktulios, finger ring + manteia, prophecy)
dactylomancy /ˈdæktɨlɵmænsi/ : by means of finger movements (Greek daktulos, finger + manteia, prophecy)
daphnomancy /ˈdæfnɵmænsi/: by burning laurel wreaths (Greek daphnē, laurel + manteia, prophecy)
demonomancy /dɨˈmɒnɵmænsi/: by demons (Greek daimōn, divine power + manteia, prophecy)
dendromancy /ˈdɛndrɵmænsi/: by trees, especially oaks, yews, or mistletoe (Greek dendron, tree + manteia, prophecy)
deuteroscopy /ˌdjuːtəˈrɒskɵpi/: by second glance or double take (Greek deuteros, secondary + -skopiā, observation)
dictiomancy /ˈdɪkʃɵmænsi/: by randomly opening a dictionary (English dictio(nary) + Greek manteia, prophecy)
divining → see dowsing
djubed → see scrying
dōbutsu uranai: by animal horoscope (Japanese dōbutsu, animal + uranai, prognostication)
domino divination → see cleromancy
dowsing (also divining, water witching): by a divining rod (of unknown origin)
dracomancy /ˈdrækɵmænsi/: by dragons (Greek drakōn, dragon + manteia, prophecy)
dream questions: by dreaming
dririmancy/driromancy /ˈdrɪərɨmænsi/: by dripping blood (alteration of drimimancy, influenced by Middle English drir, blood)
drimimancy/drymimancy /ˈdrɪmɨmænsi/: by bodily fluids (Greek drimus, pungent + manteia, prophecy)

electromancy: by lightning and electricity (Greek ilektros electric + manteia prophecy)
eleomancy/elaeomancy: by oil (Greek elaion, olive oil + manteia, prophecy)
emonomancy → see demonomancy[citation needed]
empirimancy: by experiment/experience
empyromancy /ɛmˈpaɪrɵmænsi/: by burning (Greek empurios, fiery + manteia, prophecy)
enochian chess: by playing a four·handed variant of the game
enoptromancy /ɛˈnɒptrɵmænsi/ → see scrying (Greek enoptron, looking glass + manteia, prophecy)
enthusiasm: speeches by those supposed to be possessed by a divine spirit [3]
entomomancy/entomancy: by insects (Greek entomon, insect + manteia, prophecy)
eromancy /ˈɛrɵmænsi/: by water vessels exposed to air (Greek āēr, air + manteia, prophecy) — cf. aeromancy
extispicy/extispication /ɛkˈstɪspɨsi/: by the remains of sacrificed animals (Latin exta, entrails + specere, to look at)


favomancy → see cleromancy
felidomancy → see theriomancy (Latin fēlēs [fēlid-], cat + Greek manteia, prophecy)
feng shui → see geomancy
floriography/floromancy /ˌflɔriˈɒɡrəfi/: by flowers’ feelings (Latin flōs [flōr-], flower + Greek -graphiā, representation)
fractomancy /ˈfræktɵmænsi/: by fractals (English fract(al) + Greek manteia, prophecy)
fructomancy/fructimancy: by fruit (Latin frūctus, fruit + Greek manteia, prophecy)

galvanoscopy /ˌɡælvəˈnɒskɵpi/: by galvanism (English galvan(ism) + Greek -skopiā, observation)
gastromancy¹ → see scrying
gastromancy² /ˈɡæstrɵmænsi/: by guttural sounds (Greek gastēr, belly + manteia, prophecy)
geomancy /ˈdʒiːɵmænsi/: by earth (Greek Gaia|gē, earth + manteia, prophecy)
feng Shui divination: by Feng Shui
geloscopy /dʒɨˈlɒskɵpi/: by laughter (Greek gelōs, laughter + -skopiā, observation)
gematria: by the Hebrew alphabet (Greek gē, earth + -metriā, measurement)
genethlialogy: by birth dates (Greek genethlios, birthday + -logiā, study)
grammomancy /ˈɡræmɵmænsi/: by writing individual letters (Greek gramma, letter + manteia, prophecy)
graphology /ɡræˈfɒlɵdʒi/ (also graptomancy): by studying handwriting (Greek graphē, writing + -logiā, study)
graptomancy /ˈɡræptɵmænsi/ → see graphology (Greek graptos, written + manteia, prophecy)
gyromancy /ˈdʒaɪrɵmænsi/: by dizziness (Greek gūros, spiral + manteia, prophecy)

hagiomancy: by saints (Greek hagios, holy + manteia, prophecy)
halomancy /ˈhælɵmænsi/ → see alomancy
hakata: by bones or dice
haruspicy/haruspication /həˈrʌspɨsi/ → see hepatoscopy (Latin haru-, entrails + specere, to look at)
hematomancy/haematomancy /ˈhɛmətɵmænsi/ or /ˈhiːmətɵmænsi/: by blood (Greek haima [haimat-], blood + manteia, prophecy)
hepatoscopy/hepatomancy /ˈhɛpətɵmænsi/ (also haruspicy, haruspication): by liver (Greek hēpar [hēpat-], liver + -skopiā, observation)
hieromancy/hieroscopy /ˈhaɪrɵmænsi/ or /ˈhaɪərɵmænsi/: by studying sacrifices’ entrails (Greek hieros, holy + manteia, prophecy)
hippomancy → see theriomancy
horoscopy /hɵˈrɒskɵpi/: aspect of the Stars at nativity [4] (Greek hōrā, season + -skopiā, observation)
hydatomancy: by rainwater (Greek hudatis, raindrop + manteia, prophecy)
hydromancy/hydroscopy → see scrying
hyomancy: by wild hogs (Greek hūs, swine + manteia, prophecy)
hypnomancy /ˈhɪpnɵmænsi/: by sleep (Greek hupnos, sleep + manteia, prophecy)


I Ching divination → see chartomancy
ichnomancy /ˈɪknɵmænsi/: by footprints (Greek ikhnos, track + manteia, prophecy)
ichthyomancy → see theriomancy
iconomancy /aɪˈkɒnɵmænsi/: by icons (Greek eikōn, image + manteia, prophecy)
idolomancy /aɪˈdɒlɵmænsi/: by idols (Greek eidōlon, phantom + manteia, prophecy)
idromancy → see alomancy (adromancy (from idromancy below, influenced by alomancy)Greek idrōs, sweat + manteia, prophecy)
ifá: geomancy patterns generated with palm nuts, opele, cowrie shells, etc… that refer to Ifa Divination texts; a collection of odu Ifa verses.
iridology: by eye color (Greek īris [īrid-], iris + -logiā, study)
isopsephy: by numbers and letters (Greek īsos, equal + psephos, pebble)

Jyotish Vedic system of astrology

kabbalah/qabalah/cabala: by the Kabbalah (Hebrew qabbālâ, tradition)
kau cim: by bamboo
kephalonomancy /kəˈfælənɵmænsi/ → see cephaleonomancy
keraunomancy /kɨˈrɒnɵmænsi/ → see ceraunoscopy
knissomancy /ˈnɪsɵmænsi/: by incense (Greek knisa [kniss-], vapor + manteia, prophecy)
kypomancy → see phyllomancy (akin to Greek kupellon, goblet + manteia, prophecy)

labiomancy /ˈleɪbi.ɵmænsi/: by lips (Latin labium, lip + Greek manteia, prophecy)
lampadomancy /ˈlæmpədɵmænsi/: by flame (Greek lampas [lampad-], light + manteia, prophecy)
lecanomancy/lecanoscopy /lɨˈkænɵmænsi/: by a basin of water (Greek lekanē, basin + manteia, prophecy)
letnomancy: by secrets (English let no (man see) + Greek manteia, prophecy)
libanomancy /laɪˈbænɵmænsi/ → see capnomancy and spodomancy (Greek libanos, frankincense + manteia, prophecy)
literomancy /ˈlɪtərɵmænsi/: by a letter in a written language (Latin lītera, letter + Greek manteia, prophecy)
lithomancy /ˈlɪθɵmænsi/: by gems or stones (Greek lithos, stone + manteia, prophecy)
logarithmancy /ˌlɒɡəˈrɪθmənsi/: by logarithms (English logarith(m) + Greek manteia, prophecy)
logomancy /ˈlɒɡɵmænsi/: by words (Greek logos, word + manteia, prophecy)
lots: divination through chance, or the drawing or tossing of lots
lunamancy → see selenomancy (Latin lūna, moon + Greek manteia, prophecy)
lychnomancy /ˈlɪknɵmænsi/: by candles (Greek lukhnos, lamp + manteia, prophecy)


macharomancy: by swords or knives (Greek makhaira, dirk + manteia, prophecy)
macromancy /ˈmækrɵmænsi/: by large objects (Greek makros, large + manteia, prophecy)
maculomancy /ˈmækjʊlɵmænsi/: by spots on the skin (Latin macula, spot + manteia, prophecy)
mahjong divination: by Mahjong tiles
margaritomancy /ˌmɑrɡəˈrɪtɵmænsi/: by bouncing pearls (Greek margarītēs, pearl + manteia, prophecy)
mathemancy /ˈmæθɨmænsi/: by mathematics (English mathe(matics) + Greek manteia, prophecy)
mazomancy /ˈmæzɵmænsi/: by nursing (Greek mazos, breast + manteia, prophecy)
meconomancy /mɨˈkoʊnɵmænsi/: by sleeping (Greek mēkōn, poppy [i.e., an opiate] + manteia, prophecy)
megapolisomancy: by large cities (English megalopolis + Greek manteia, prophecy)
meilomancy: by moles
metagnomy /mɨˈtæɡnɵmi/ or /mɨˈtænɵmi/: by magic (Greek meta-, beside + -gnōmoniā, interpretation)
meteormancy /ˈmiːti.ɵrmænsi/: by meteors (English meteor + Greek manteia, prophecy)
meteoromancy /ˌmiːtiˈɒrɵmænsi/: by thunder and lightning (Greek meteōron, heavenly phenomenon + manteia, prophecy)
metoposcopy/metopomancy /ˌmɛtɵˈpɒskɵpi/: by the lines of the forehead (Greek metōpon, forehead + -skopiā, observation)
micromancy /ˈmaɪkrɵmænsi/: by small objects (Greek mikros, small + manteia, prophecy)
moleosophy /moʊˈlɒsɵfi/ or /ˌmoʊliˈɒsɵfi/: by blemishes (English mole + Greek sophiā, knowledge)
molybdomancy /mɵˈlɪbdɵmænsi/: by molten metal (Greek molubdos, lead + manteia, prophecy)
moromancy /ˈmɒrɵmænsi/: by foolishness (Greek mōros, dull + manteia, prophecy)
myomancy → see theriomancy
myrmomancy → see theriomancy

narcomancy /ˈnɑrkɵmænsi/: by sleep (Greek narkē, numbness + manteia, prophecy)
natimancy → see somatomancy (Latin natis, buttock + Greek manteia, prophecy)
necromancy¹ /ˈnɛkrɵmænsi/: by speaking to the dead, by corpses[7] (Greek nekros, corpse + manteia, prophecy)
necyomancy /ˈniːsi.ɵmænsi/: by summoning damned souls (Greek nekuiā, invocation + manteia, prophecy)
nephomancy /ˈnɛfɵmænsi/: by clouds (Greek nephos, cloud + manteia, prophecy)
nigromancy /ˈnaɪɡrɵmænsi/: by black magic (Latin niger, black + Greek manteia, prophecy)
nomancy /ˈnɒmənsi/ or /ˈnoʊmənsi/ → see onomancy (variant of onomancy, influenced by Latin nōmen, name)
notarikon/netrikon: by initials (Latin notāricus, in shorthand)
nggàm → see theriomancy
numerology /ˌnjuːməˈrɒlɵdʒi/: by numbers (Latin numerus, number + Greek -logia, branch of study)
numismatomancy: by coins (Greek nomisma [nomismat-], coin + manteia, prophecy)

oculomancy /ˈɒkjʊlɵmænsi/: by eyes (Latin oculus, eye + Greek manteia, prophecy)
odontomancy /oʊˈdɒntɵmænsi/: by teeth (Greek odous [odont-], tooth + manteia, prophecy)
oenomancy/oinomancy /ˈiːnɵmænsi/: by wine (Greek oinos, wine + manteia, prophecy)
ololygmancy /ɵˈlɒlɨɡmænsi/: by the howling of dogs (Greek ololuzō [ololug-], howl + manteia, prophecy)
omoplatoscopy → see scapulimancy (Greek ōmoplatē, shoulder blade + -skopiā, observation)
omphalomancy /ˈɒmfəlɵmænsi/: by navels (Greek omphalos, navel + manteia, prophecy)
oneiromancy/oneiroscopy /ɵˈnɪərɵmænsi/: by dreams (Greek oneiros, dream + manteia, prophecy)
onimancy /ˈɒnɨmænsi/ → see onychomancy
onomancy/onomomancy/nomancy /ˈɒnɵmænsi/: by letters in a name (Greek onoma, name + manteia, prophecy)
onomomancy /ɵˈnoʊmɵmænsi/ → see onomancy
onychomancy/onymancy/onimancy /ɵˈnɪkɵmænsi/: by finger· and toenails (Greek onux [onukh-], nail + manteia, prophecy)
onymancy /ˈɒnɨmænsi/ → see onychomancy
oomancy/ooscopy ˈoʊ.ɵmænsi/ (also ovomancy): by eggs (Greek ōion, egg + manteia, prophecy)
ophidiomancy/ophiomancy → see theriomancy
ophthalmomancy → see oculomancy (Greek ophthalmos, eye + manteia, prophecy)
organoscopy → see phrenology (Greek organon, organ + -skopiā, observation)
orniscopy/ornithomancy → see theriomancy
oromancy: by mountains (Greek oros, mountain + manteia, prophecy)
oryctomancy: by minerals (Greek oruktos, dug + manteia, prophecy)
ossomancy → see osteomancy (Latin os [oss-], bone + Greek manteia, prophecy)
osteomancy: by bones (Greek osteon, bone + manteia, prophecy)
Ouija/Ouije: by ouija board (French oui, yes + German ja, yes)
ouranomancy → see uranomancy
ovomancy → see oomancy (Latin ōvum, egg + manteia, prophecy)


pallomancy: by pendulums (Greek pallein, to sway + manteia, prophecy)
palmistry/palm reading → see somatomancy (Latin palma, palm)
papyromancy: by folding paper, especially paper money (Greek papūros, papyrus paper + manteia, prophecy)
pedomancy → see somatomancy (from podomancy, influenced by Latin pēs [pēd-], foot)
pegomancy: by fountains (Greek pēgē, spring + manteia, prophecy)
pessomancy: by pebbles (Greek pessos, oval pebble + manteia, prophecy)
pecthimancy/petchimancy: by brushed cloth (possibly akin to Greek pekein, to card wool, or pēktē, netting + manteia, prophecy)
phobomancy: by feelings of fear (Greek phobos, fear + manteia, prophecy)
photomancy: by fields of light (Greek phōs [phōt-], light + manteia, prophecy)
phrenology (also organoscopy): by the configuration of one’s brain (Greek phrēn, mind + -logiā, study)
phyllomancy: by leaves (Greek phullon, leaf + manteia, prophecy)
sycomancy: by fig leaves (Greek sūkon, fig + manteia, prophecy)
tasseography/tasseomancy (also kypomancy): by tea leaves or coffee grounds (French tasse, cup + Greek -graphiā, representation)
phyllorhodomancy: by rose petals (Greek phullon, leaf + rhodon, rose + manteia, prophecy)
physiognomy/physiognomancy: by faces (Greek phusis, nature + -gnōmoniā, interpretation)
phytognomy: by the appearance of plants (Greek phuton, plant + -gnōmoniā, interpretation)
plastromancy: by cracks formed by heat on a turtle’s plastron (English plastron + manteia, prophecy)
pilimancy: by observing the patterns produced by a collection of human hair.
plumbomancy: by observing shapes molten lead makes when poured in water (Latin plumbum, lead + Greek manteia, prophecy)
pneumancy: by blowing (Greek pneuma, breath + manteia, prophecy)
podomancy/pedomancy → see somatomancy
poe divination: by throwing stones on the floor, practised at Taoist temples
portenta (also ostenta): study of natural phenomena
psephomancy: by lots or ballots (Greek psephos, pebble + manteia, prophecy)
pseudomancy: by false means, such as Peter Answers (Greek pseudēs, false + manteia, prophecy)
psychognomy: by phrenological notations (Greek psūkhē, soul + -gnōmoniā, observation)
psychomancy → see necromancy¹ (Greek psūkhē, soul + manteia, prophecy)
ptarmoscopy/ptarmoscopie: from ancient Greek the interpretation of sneezes
pyromancy/pyroscopy: by fire (Greek pūr, fire + manteia, prophecy)

qabalah → see kabbalah

radiesthesia: by rods, pendulums, or other cylindrical tools (Latin radius, spoke + Greek -aisthēsiā, sensing)
retromancy: by looking over one’s shoulder (Latin retrō, behind + Greek manteia, prophecy)
rhabdomancy/rabdomancy: by rods, sticks, or wands (Greek rhabdos, rod + manteia, prophecy)
rhapsodomancy: by poetry (Greek rhapsōidiā, verse + manteia, prophecy)
roadomancy: by constellations (apparently from Old English rodor, firmament + Greek manteia, prophecy)
rumpology → see somatomancy
runecasting → see cleromancy


scapulimancy/scapulomancy (also spatulamancy, omoplatoscopy): by bovine or caprid shoulder blades (Latin scapula, shoulder blade + Greek manteia, prophecy)
scarpomancy: by old shoes (Italian scarpa, shoe + Greek manteia, prophecy)
scatomancy: by excrement (Greek skōr [skat-], excrement + manteia, prophecy)
schematomancy → see somatomancy
sciomancy¹ (also shadowmancy): by shadows (Greek skiā, shadow + manteia, prophecy)
sciomancy²: by spirits (of the same origin as sciomancy¹)
scrying: by gazing (shortened from descrying)
crystal gazing: by reflective objects
catoptromancy/captromancy (also enoptromancy, djubed): by mirrors (Greek katoptron, mirror + manteia, prophecy)
gastromancy¹ (also crystallomancy, spheromancy, crystal ball gazing): by crystal ball (Greek gastēr, belly [i.e., round object] + manteia, prophecy)
hydromancy (also ydromancy): by water (Greek hudōr, water + manteia, prophecy)
selenomancy: by the moon (Greek selēnē, moon + manteia, prophecy)
shadowmancy → see sciomancy¹ (English shadow + Greek manteia, prophecy)
Shufflemancy: by the use of an electronic media player such as an electronic playlist, iPod, or other medium wherein one skips a certain number of songs and the lyrics and/or tune of the song is the answer to the divinatory question.
sideromancy: by burning straw with an iron (Greek sidēros, iron + manteia, prophecy)
sikidy: by drawing sixteen lines in sand (perhaps a Malagasy transliteration of English sixteen)
skatharomancy: by beetle tracks (Greek skatharōn, spot + manteia, prophecy)
slinneanachd/slinnanacht: by animal shoulder blades (Scottish Gaelic slinnean, shoulder blade)
solaromancy: by the sun (Latin sōl [sōlār-], sun + Greek manteia, prophecy)
somatomancy: by the human form (Greek sōma [sōmat-], body + manteia, prophecy)
cephalomancy (also craniognomy): by skulls (Greek kephalē, head + manteia, prophecy)
cheiromancy/chiromancy (kī’rə·măn·sē; also palmistry, palm reading): by palms[10] (Greek kheir, hand + manteia, prophecy)
cheirognomy/chirognomy /kaɪˈrɒɡnɵmi/ or /kaɪˈrɒnɵmi/: by hands (Greek kheir, hand + -gnōmoniā, interpretation)
podomancy/pedomancy (also cartopedy): by the soles of one’s feet (Greek pous [pod-], foot + manteia, prophecy)
rumpology (also natimancy): by buttocks (English rump + Greek -logiā, study)
schematomancy: by the face (Greek skhēma [skhēmat-], figure + manteia, prophecy)
sortilege: by the casting of lots, or sortes
sortes virgilianae: by Vergil’s Aeneid
spasmatomancy: by convulsions (alteration of *spasmodomancy, from Greek spasmos [spasmōd-], spasm + manteia, prophecy)
spatilomancy: by animal excrement (Greek spatilē, excrement + manteia, prophecy)
spatulamancy → see scapulimancy (from scapulimancy, influenced by Latin spatula, splint)
spheromancy → see scrying (Greek sphaira, sphere + manteia, prophecy)
sphondulomancy: by spindles (Greek sphondulos, spindle + manteia, prophecy)
splanchnomancy → see anthropomancy (Greek splankhna, innards + manteia, prophecy)
spodomancy: by soot (Greek spodos, wood ashes + manteia, prophecy)
cineromancy/ceneromancy: by the ashes of a specifically sacrificial or ritual fire
libanomancy /laɪˈbænɵmænsi/: by smoke or ash from incense (Greek libanos, frankincense + manteia, prophecy)
tephramancy/tephromancy: by tree bark ashes, by sacrificial or ritual fire ashes, or human sacrificial victim ashes (Greek tephrā, ash + manteia, prophecy)
stareomancy: by the four elements (Greek stais [stair-], dough + manteia, prophecy)
stercomancy: by seeds in bird excrement (Latin stercus, excrement + Greek manteia, prophecy)
sternomancy: by ridges on the breastbone (Greek sternon, breastbone + manteia, prophecy)
stichomancy → see chartomancy
stigonomancy: by burning writing onto bark (Greek stizein [stigōn-], to brand + manteia, prophecy)
stoicheomancy/stoichomancy → see chartomancy
stolisomancy: by fashion (Greek stolis, garment + manteia, prophecy)
Styramancy: by observing patterns produced by chewing gum, gum wax, or products produced by the L. styraciflua tree.
sycomancy → see phyllomancy
symbolomancy: by things found on the road (Greek sumbolon, sign + manteia, prophecy)


taromancy → see chartomancy
tasseography/tasseomancy → see phyllomancy
technomancy: by technology (English techno(logy) + Greek manteia, prophecy)
temurah: by anagrams
tephramancy/tephromancy: → see spodomancy (Greek tephrā, ash + manteia, prophecy)
theomancy: foretelling events, prophecy (Greek theos, god + manteia, prophecy)
theriomancy /ˈθɪəri.ɵmænsi/: (also zoomancy): by animal behavior (Greek thēr, wild animal + manteia, prophecy)
ailuromancy/aeluromancy /aɪˈlʊərɵmænsi/ (also felidomancy): by cats (Greek ailouros, cat + manteia, prophecy)
alectryomancy/alectoromancy /əˈlɛktri.ɵmænsi/, /əˈlɛktərɵmænsi/: by rooster behavior (Greek alektruōn, cockerel + manteia, prophecy)
augury: by bird formations[14] (Latin augur, diviner)
hippomancy /ˈhɪpɵmænsi/: by horse behavior (Greek hippos, horse + manteia, prophecy)
ichthyomancy /ˈɪkθi.ɵmænsi/: by fish behavior (Greek ikhthūs, fish + manteia, prophecy)
myomancy /ˈmaɪ.ɵmænsi/: by rodent behavior (Greek mūs, mouse + manteia, prophecy)
myrmomancy /ˈmɜrmɵmænsi/: by ant behavior (Greek murmēx, ant + manteia, prophecy)
nggàm: by spider or crab behavior (Mambila nggàm, divination)
ophidiomancy/ophiomancy: by snakes behavior (Greek ophis [ophid-], snake + manteia, prophecy)
orniscopy/ornithomancy (also auspicy/auspication, avimancy): by bird migration (Greek ornīs [ornīth-], bird + -skopiā, observation)
thumomancy /ˈθjuːmɵmænsi/: by one’s own soul, presage[15] (Greek thūmos, soul + manteia, prophecy)
topomancy /ˈtɒpɵmænsi/: by geography and geological formations (Greek topos, place + manteia, prophecy)
transataumancy: by things accidentally seen or heard
trochomancy /ˈtrɒkɵmænsi/: by wheel ruts (Greek trokhos, wheel + manteia, prophecy)
turifumy: by shapes in smoke (Latin tūs [tūr-], incense + fūmus, vapor)
tyromancy/tiromancy /ˈtaɪrɵmænsi/: by cheese (Greek tūros, cheese + manteia, prophecy)


umbilicomancy: by umbilical cords (English umbilic(al cord) + Greek manteia, prophecy)
umbromancy: by shade (Latin umbra, shadow + Greek manteia, prophecy)
uranomancy/ouranomancy: by the sky (Greek ouranos, firmament + manteia, prophecy)
uromancy/urimancy: by urine (Greek ouron, urine + manteia, prophecy)
urticariaomancy: by itches (New Latin urticāria, hives + Greek manteia, prophecy)

videomancy: by films (English video + Greek manteia, prophecy)

water witching → see dowsing

xenomancy: by strangers (Greek xenos, stranger + manteia, prophecy)
xylomancy: by the shape or texture of wood, or the appearance of burning wood (Greek xulon, wood + manteia, prophecy)

ydromancy → see scrying

zoomancy → see theriomancy (Greek zōion, being + manteia, prophecy)
zygomancy: by weights (Greek zugon, yoke, balance + manteia, prophecy)

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