Examples from the Web for bibliomancy
Bibliomancy, divining by means of the Bible, survived to a comparatively recent period.Witch, Warlock, and Magician|William Henry Davenport Adams
British Dictionary definitions for bibliomancy
Word Origin and History for bibliomancy
1753, "divination by opening a book (especially the Bible) at random," the first verse presenting itself being taken as a prognostication of future events, from biblio- + -mancy. In pagan times, Homer (sortes Homericae) and Virgil (sortes Virgilianae) were used.