Divination

The word "divination" is derived from the Latin divinus, "of a god.” A mid-14c. French diviner was a soothsayer — one with supernatural insight. Throughout history, on every continent, humans have used forms of divination to discern the future or reveal the unknown. Chance encounters with animals, astrology, observed tea leaves, dowsing, casting bones, and "cartomancy," better known as tarot cards, are a few examples. Browse Gaia's rich collection of videos and content dedicated to the practice of divination arts. Explore tarot, astrology, fortune-telling, the I Ching, dream interpretation, and more in-depth. "To divine is to imagine the world rightly, to see past the illusion that we are separate from the entire fabric of reality." ~ Gwendolyn Womack, The Fortune Teller

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