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Definition of Bibliomancy

Bibliomancy
Bibliomancy Bib"li*o*man`cy, n. [Gr. ? book + -mancy: cf. F. bibliomancie.] A kind of divination, performed by selecting passages of Scripture at hazard, and drawing from them indications concerning future events.

Meaning of Bibliomancy from wikipedia

- practices bibliomancy using the pages of Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe. This is a good example of intertextuality, since Crusoe himself uses bibliomancy in...
- A.D. 405. The texts were used for divination in a primitive form of bibliomancy, which came much later. Though loosely described as books, the second...
- Aura Augury (interpreting omens) Automatic writing Banishing Baphomet Bibliomancy Biosophy Black magic Black Sun Body of light Boline Cartomancy (divination...
- classics. The latest research suggests that he may in fact have used bibliomancy for this—randomly selecting a book of history or prophecy and taking...
- Greece portal Poetry portal Literature portal Achaeans (Homer) Aeneid Bibliomancy Catalogue of Ships Creophylus of Samos Cyclic Poets Deception of Zeus...
- (which carried a table for guidance) and poetry, as a development of bibliomancy. The practice culminated in the appearance of the illustrated “Books...
- Fantasy Writer's ****istant and Other Stories by Jeffrey Ford (2003) Bibliomancy by Elizabeth Hand (2004) Black Juice by Margo Lanagan (2005) The Keyhole...
- The Sortes Vergilianae (Virgilian Lots) is a form of divination by bibliomancy in which advice or predictions of the ****ure are sought by interpreting...
- Fantasy Writer's ****istant and Other Stories by Jeffrey Ford (2003) Bibliomancy by Elizabeth Hand (2004) Black Juice by Margo Lanagan (2005) The Keyhole...
- (similar to the ancient Roman practice of sortes sanctorum, a form of bibliomancy). Sikhs call the prostration **** tekna ("lowering the forehead"). Whenever...