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Description

Divination, or "to be inspired by a god", is the attempt to gain insight into a question or situation by way of an occultic, standardized process or ritual. Used in various forms throughout history, diviners ascertain their interpretations of how a querent should proceed by reading signs, events, or omens, or through alleged contact with a supernatural agency.

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Organizations relating to Divination

International Society for Astrological Research / Gainesville FL, USA / Est. 1969
International Astrologers' Association, Bangkok
International Feng Shui Guild / Lees Summit MO, USA / Est. 1996
International Oracle Users Community / Redwood City CA, USA / Est. 1994
International Society of Business Astrologers / Est. 1997
Associated Readers of Tarot International / Est. 1972
International Federation of Magic Societies / Est. 1948
Witches International Craft Association
Fraternité mondiale d'enseignement des maîtres cosmiques
Fédération francophone d'astrologie / Est. 1984
New Wiccan Church International / Sacramento CA, USA / Est. 1973
International Magic Dealers Association / Est. 1946
International Association of Exorcists / Est. 1990
Groupement international pour l'organisation de la radiesthésie
Ordre des Chevaliers du Temple, du Christ et de Notre-Dame
Cercle international des amis de la fantasmagie
Centre international et culturel d'astrologie professionnelle / Est. 1985
Magical Youths International / Est. 1955
International Feng Shui Association / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 2004
International Guild of Sorcery / Est. 1981
Peace Diviners International / Est. 2004
Divinatory Arts World Association / Est. 1987
Builders of the Adytum / Los Angeles CA, USA
International Magic Congress / Est. 1946
International Guild of Occult Sciences / Est. 1993

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World Problems relating to Divination

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Organized sexual abuse of children
Fetishism
Changelings
Ungodliness
Occult literature
Unpleasantness
Fortune-telling
Evil eye
Witchcraft
Antichrist
Unexplained phenomena
Magic
Black mass
Superstition
Black magic
Necromancy
Religious superstition
Voodoo
Demons
Chaos magic
Demonic and spirit possession
Unlucky numbers
Satanic rituals
Psychic warfare
Exorcism as a superstition

Action Strategies relating to Divination

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Engaging in psychic warfare
Creating economic markets
Promoting flow in economic system
Forming secret societies
Researching futures
Divining the future
Affirming glamour
Authenticating majority rule
Neutralizing bad feng shui
Channelling public sector services
Using astrology
Eliminating superstition
Preserving superstitions
Avoiding unlucky numbers
Sorcerer
Using satanic rituals
Channelling future generation energies
Channelling potential mechanical ability
Channelling new information into deliberative system
Orienting-Diverting
Astrologer
Channelling aligned political pressure
Incorporating minority factions into decision making
Heeding omens
Using amulets, charms and talismans

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