Meaning Monday – Divination

Posted in Astrology, Craft Tools, Meditation, Monday Meaning, Resource, Tarot on April 19, 2010 – 12:42 pm
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From Dictionary.com:

div·i·na·tion[div-uh-ney-shuhn]

–noun

1. the practice of attempting to foretell future events or discover hidden knowledge by occult or supernatural means.
2. augury; prophecy: The divination of the high priest was fulfilled.
3. perception by intuition; instinctive foresight.
According to Ecclasian teaching, “Divination is the process of asking the Gods for advice or guidance”.  There are many different “types” of divination, but they all boil down to this one thing…. connecting with Deity for advice or guidance.  Which means everything from meditation or prayers to Tarot and Runes are forms of divination.
This brings me to the two forms of divination or types of divination.  The first is when you receive direct communication from the spiritual world or deity.  This often happens with meditation, prayers, or channeling.  The second form is through indirect communication or “accidental happenings” where something that occurs in a specific way means something to you.  Such as shuffling cards and pulling them out, or runes falling on a cloth, or tea leaves.  All methods involve some communication with the spiritual world or deity.
Here are a list of some of the types of Divination you may or may not have knowledge of:
Astrology
Runes
Tarot
Faerie Cards
Tea Leaves
Auras
Palm reading
Crystal Ball gazing
Candle Flame
Channeling
Psychometry
My favorite has always been Tarot or Faerie Cards.  They speak to me much more readily than others.  However, I’ve always been able to see auras, and have read runes for a long time as well.  What are your favorite Divination tools?

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