Origin of necromancy
Related formsnec·ro·man·cer, nounnec·ro·man·tic; Obsolete, nec·ro·man·ti·cal, adjectivenec·ro·man·ti·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for necromancy
Holy Scripture is full of references to Witchcraft and Necromancy.
Necromancy gradually merged into sorcery, which has occasionally come to the surface in comparatively recent years.The Mystery and Romance of Alchemy and Pharmacy|Charles John Samuel Thompson
Again: in Corea and China the practice of Necromancy is said to be almost universal.
As to the facts of Witchcraft and Necromancy, it is quite impossible to deny their existence.
Necromancy and magic, demonism and witchcraft, have long since been relegated to the limbo of exposed fraud.Craftsmanship in Teaching|William Chandler Bagley