A selection of articles related to cleidomancy.
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- What is Cleidomancy?
- Cleidomancy is a system of divination using a suspended key. It was only to be used when the sun or moon was in Virgo. When the name of the individual being investigated was written on a key which was then tied to a Bible, both were attached to the nail of...
Psychic Abilities >> Divination
Cleidomancy is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Cleidomancy books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Psychic Arts db 2
- Divination by use of words, chance remarks or events. Cleidomancy. Divination by use of a suspended key.
- 'A Great or Notorious Liar': Katherine Harrison and her Neighbours
- 84, No. 2, 1979, p. 320.
- Word Parts Dictionary: Standard and Reverse Listings of Prefixes
- clido- 1. comb key (clidomancy);. 2.
Suggested News Resources
- Samantha Shannon's Fantasy Novel, 'The Bone Season'
- For those interested in Rhabdomancers, Halomancers, Theriomancers, Daphnomancers, Cleidomancers et al., a dictionary would be better. Ms.
Suggested Web Resources
- Back to Home Page or Contents Page or Divination or Index. Cleidomancy. A system of divination using a suspended key.
- cleidomancy - definition of cleidomancy by the Free Online
- a form of divination involving a key or keys. See also: Divination.
- Llewellyn Worldwide - Encyclopedia: Term: Cleidomancy
- Cleidomancy: Divination by observing a string-suspended key, similar to the pendulum.
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