Ancient Art of Divination


“Let no one be found among you who sacrifices their son or daughter in the fire, who practises divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft. Or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead.” Deuteronomy 18:10-11

“For these nations, which you shall dispossess, listen to those who practice sorcery or divination; but as for you, Yahweh your Father has not permitted you to do so.” Deuteronomy 18:14

crystal ball

Divination, like all evil practices, has its roots in the pre-flood world. Witches practice divination.

Etymology of witch:

From Middle English wicche, from Old English wiċċe ‎(sorceress, witch) f. and wicca ‎(witch, sorcerer, warlock) m., deverbative from wiccian ‘to practice sorcery’, from Proto-Germanic *wikkōną (compare West Frisian wikje, wikke ‘to foretell, warn’, Low German wicken ‘to soothsay’, Dutch wikken, wichelen to dowse, divine), from Proto-Indo-European *wik-néh₂-, derivative of *weik- ‘to consecrate; separate’, Lithuanian viẽkas ‘life-force’, Sanskrit विनक्ति ‎(vinákti) ‘to set apart, separate out’.

Witches were considered sacred, the ‘chosen’, oracles, priests and priestesses, and even prophets, who could act as mediators between the spirit and physical world.


Palmistry is the ancient art of counselling according to occult knowledge of one’s karma (i.e. psychic counselling) revealed in the shape, size, colour, and lines of the hands. Because one’s karma is supposedly revealed in this manner, one’s future is also supposedly revealed. Palmistry is a form of divination — a practice that seeks to foretell or foresee future events. Crystal balls, the ouija board, astrology, horoscopes, palm reading, and tarot card reading all deal with trying to foretell the future in some way. Palm reading and tarot card reading are also done by astrologers. A palm reader ‘reads’ the lines in the palm of the hand, and depending on how the lines look (such as how long or short the line is, or how deep the line is, etc.), tries to predict the future. Every aspect of both hands, but mostly the dominant hand (whether one is left or right handed), is considered. The lines and swirls of the hand are considered as well as the overall shape and sizes of the various parts. Colour is also considered.

All this is witchcraft, and the secrets garnered from such practices come from demons. Most of it is lies.

Necromancy is the art and practice of divining the future by the summoning, communication, and/or the aid of the dead. The ‘dead’ are demons/Nephilim/evil spirits. It is impossible to communicate with dead people, as they are in hell, which is a literal prison (see Making of a Moon Child, Where do we go when we die?, Aliens are Demons! and Pagan gods).

In the antediluvian world, since the Nephilim were not yet confined to the fiery prison that is hell, they facilitated foretelling future events.

A classic case of necromancy is the Witch of Endor, described in the Scriptures (1 Samuel 28), who summoned the ‘spirit of Samuel’ in the presence of King Saul. This evidence is irrefutable evidence of witchcraft. The spirit summoned was not that of the dead prophet, however, but a demon who shape-shifted into Samuel to fool Saul. This is what happens whenever one attempts to communicate with dead people. Demons are intelligent beings, the sons of fallen angels, and know every single detail of our lives. During a séance, it is demons who are seen and heard.

Since ancient times, mirrors — as well as all smooth, reflective surfaces — have been used for divination and magic; they have also been greatly feared for their power to steal the soul. In recent times, mirrors have been used as tools in psychic development to increase clairvoyance and gain knowledge of so-called past lives. Divination with mirrors is called crystalomancy, and scrying. The Romans called these special divination mirrors specularii. If you’ve ever seen Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, you’ve seen a demonstration of divination by scrying in the magick mirror used by the wicked witch. She asks it, “Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?” A demon appears in the mirror to give the answer she demanded.

Wells have long been used for scrying, for wishing, for divining. A ‘very well’ is such a device as that. Veri is Latin for ‘truth’. Witches consult a ‘very well’ to divine the truth, or at least whatever the lying demons are constrained to reveal. The coins tossed into wells and pools are sacrifices and prayers offered to the gods in the water.

Tea leaf reading

Tasseography (also known as tasseomancy, tassology or teomancy) is a divination or fortune-telling method that interprets patterns in tea leaves, coffee grounds, or wine sediments (reading of coffee grounds is called cafeomancey). There are countless meanings to countless symbols which can be ‘seen by the diviner’ in the tea leaves. The interpretation of the symbols is the seekers’ quest to see the future.

In the 2003 film Paycheck, there was a machine that could predict the future. It was a modern take on a crystal ball, which also operates through witchcraft:

Paycheck (2003) machine that can predict the future

candleCandle magic is also an ancient art and it is the most widely used magic practiced today. The candle itself is a very powerful magical tool it contains all the basic elements: Earth, wind, fire and water — earth is represented in the wax, water the melted wax, the flame the fire and the air is the smoke. The colour of the candles is very important as the different colours will bring with it its own energy and power. Every colour has a corresponding magical significance, as each colour possesses a unique vibration, symbolism, attribute and influence.

Each of the elements has with it its own single coloured candle, green for earth, yellow for air, blue is for water and red is for fire. The different colours also represent either a yin female or yang male energy — yellow is yin, green is yang, blue is yin and red is yang.

A candle has its own vibration and can be used in meditation and divination. When a candle is lit, its colour is released into the surrounding area which will bring a certain energy into the room. During rituals, multiple candles are lit, which draws spiritual energy.

The light of the candle represents Lucifer/Satan — the Light Bearer.

Candle magic is used in casting spells, which is the origin of making wishes before blowing out candles. The birthday-candle ritual is based on three key magical principles:

  • Decide on a goal
  • Visualise the end result
  • Focus your intent, or will, to manifest that result

Aromatherapy candles are charged with evil spiritual energy; beware of candles that require to be burned for a specific amount of time, as this is a Satanic ritual that will release demons once completed.

Witches also use cakes and wine during rituals. The cake represents the body of the demons, while the wine represents the blood and spirit of the demons.

VARIOUS - 2006

The ouija (also known as a spirit board or talking board) is a flat board marked with the letters of the alphabet, the numbers 0–9, the words ‘yes’, ‘no’, ‘hello’ (occasionally), and ‘goodbye’, along with various symbols and graphics. Witches used this board to communicate with the dead (demons), who trick people into believing they are speaking with dead friends or relatives.

The ouija uses a planchette (a pointer shaped like an upside down heart, made of wood or plastic) as a movable indicator to indicate a demon’s message by spelling it out on the board during a séance. Participants place their fingers on the planchette, and it is moved about the board to spell out words.

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