I particularly like how such a complex reading mirrors the divination referenced in the work.
He offered to go through that divination process again in our presence and demonstrate that there was no mistake.
The first of these lines is magic, the second is divination.
The various arts employed by the ancients in divination were many.
He has omens and divination and dreams to encourage or warn him.
divination as practised by means of augury was a rite of the first importance among the Babylonians and Assyrians.
There are, too, many examples of divination recorded in the Bible.
Perhaps the effect would be not unlike that described by Cicero in his treatise on divination.
Second sight is the term that is used for the divination of the highlanders.
The method of use is confined to four pages and recommends that divination should be performed in a fasting state.
late 14c., from Old French divination (13c.), from Latin divinationem (nominative divinatio) "the power of foreseeing, prediction," noun of action from past participle stem of divinare, literally "to be inspired by a god" (see divine (adj.)).