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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 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
International Federation of Magic Societies / Est. 1948
New Wiccan Church International / Sacramento CA, USA / Est. 1973
International Magic Dealers Association / Est. 1946
International Association of Exorcists / Est. 1990
International Feng Shui Association / Singapore, Singapore / Est. 2004
Builders of the Adytum / Los Angeles CA, USA
Magic Circle, The / London, UK / Est. 1905
Covenant of the Goddess / Berkeley CA, USA / Est. 1975
Asian Magic Association / Kowloon, Hong Kong / Est. 2003

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World Problems relating to Divination

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