About this Course
Divination has a long, rich, and sometimes bizarre history. From earliest times, humans have sought to interpret the world around them as a means of communicating with deity or to foretell the future. From reading the signs in the elements and the skies, to evoking oracles, to casting grains, peas, yarrow sticks, bones, cowrie shells and much, much more, to, designing elaborate, esoteric systems, we seek to give meaning to our inner and outer worlds.
Divination Magick is for those who are new to divination, as well as those who have longstanding connections to their oracles.
This is a 30 day journey with daily prompts of some of the most popular methods of divination and types of tools, as well as ideas and inspiration for infusing your divination practices with power and magick.
Are you ready for 30 Days of Divination Magick? The Oracles say YES ...
DAILY PROMPTS FOR 30 DAYS OF DIVINATION MAGICK:
- Welcome & Intuition Temple Talk (Audio)
- The Clairs
- Synchronicity Temple Talk (Audio)
- Survival Guide for Empaths
- Personal Protection Practices
- Goddesses of Divination & Fortune
- Crystals for Divination
- Herbs and Oils for Divination
- Divination with the Deities and Spirits Temple Talk (Audio)
- Third Eye Correspondences
- Third Eye Temple Talk & Meditation/Activation
TAROT AND ORACLES
- Tarot History & Resources
- Tarot Card exercises
- How to Set Up for a Reading (Video)
- How to Cleanse Cards & Spreads (Video)
- Oracle Cards Temple Talk (Audio)
- Example Oracle Reading (Audio)
- History of Runes
- How to Use Runes for Wards & Charms
- How to Scry (Video)
- Scrying methods
COFFEE & TEA DIVINATION
- About Tasseography
- Instructional Tasseography Videos
THROWING STICKS, COCONUTS, & COWRIES
- About the Ogham
- Divination with Coconut & Cowries (Video)
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