Origin of geomancy
Related formsge·o·man·cer, nounge·o·man·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for geomancy
Herbalism, alchemy, geomancy, and other magic arts owe their origin to this fountain-head of primitive superstition.The Japanese Spirit|Yoshisaburo Okakura
Alchemy, geomancy and spiritualism have dwelt and dwell under its shadow.
Geomancy is a kind of foretelling things, by means of little dots first made on the ground and then on paper.Peeps Into China|E. C. Phillips
But Speght is correct in the main point, viz., that Puella and Rubeus are 'the names of two figures in geomancy.'Chaucer's Works, Volume 5 (of 7) -- Notes to the Canterbury Tales|Geoffrey Chaucer
Pertaining to geomancy, the art of divining future events by means of signs connected with the earth.Palamon and Arcite|John Dryden