But intuition, even if apparently dormant, may be cultivated by practice in these divinatory processes.
In its divinatory rôle it has often been connected with astrology.
It appears to me just as teleologic and divinatory as those I have previously named.
The divinatory meanings follow, and then the modes of operation.
The use of divinatory methods, with whatsoever intention and for whatever purpose, carries with it two suggestions.
The belief in the sacredness or divinity of the human body has led to the search for divinatory signs in its parts.
These pictures respond to the divinatory meanings, which have been drawn from many sources.
The consensus of divinatory meanings is on the side of change, as the cards do not deal especially with questions of money.
This conclusion is confirmed when it is found that divinatory verses generally accompany the popular form of the game.
It remains to give, also briefly, the divinatory significance allocated by the same art to the Trumps Major.
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.)).