10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CRITHOMANCY»
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The Fortune-Telling Book: The Encyclopedia of Divination and ...
CRITHOMANCY;. CRITOMANCY. Divination by meal strewn over sacrificed
animals. The meal was interpreted much as in other forms of divination, where
the shapes it has assumed are seen and interpreted by the seer. Sometimes
cakes and ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, ...
Criihoman- CRITHOMANCY, a kind of divination, performed ed by considering
the dough or matter of the cakes . 11 . offered in sacrifice, and the meal strewed
over the vic- Criticism. tims (0 be j.j||e()< Hence, in regard they ordinarily used ...
Encyclopædia Britannica: or, A dictionary of arts and ...
Criticism Crithoman- CRITHOMANCY, a kind of divination, perform- '7 ed by
considering the dough or matter of the cakes offered in sacrifice, and the meal
strewed over the victims to be killed. Hence, in regard they ordinarily used barley-
Encyclopaedia Britannica, James Millar, 1810
Encyclopaedia Londinensis, or, Universal dictionary of arts, ...
CRITHOMANCY, / An ancient mode of divination, performed by inspecting the
dough or cakes offered in sacrifice, and the meal strewed over the victims to be
killed. Hence, because they used barley-meal in these ceremonies, this kind of ...
John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex), 1810
Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical ...
See Hardwicke, Annual Biography, 1856, p. 198. Crithomancy (Gr. irptd/;, barley,
and pavreia, divination) was a 3pecies of fortune-telling by means of the dough of
the barley-meal cakes used in sacrifice. Criticism, Biblical. We add a few items ...
John McClintock, James Strong, 1894
The Year Book, of Daily Recreation & Information: Concerning ...
Spatulamuncy, by skins, bones, &c. Sciomuncy, by shadows. Astragalomuncy, by
dice. Oinomancy, by wine. Sycomancy, by figs. Typomancy, by the coagulation of
cheese. Alphilomancy, by meal, flour, or bran. Crithomancy, by grain or corn.
The English Novelist; a Collection of Tales by the Most ...
... have been tried—Pyromancy — I-lydromaney— Theomancy— Psychomancy
— Botonomancy— Oneicrornancy - Onomatomancy—Auromoney —
Suphromancy— Canomancy— Cartomancy—Astragnlomancy - Crithomancy —
Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of ...
... Scy- omancy, by shadows; Aztragaiomancy, by dice; Oinomancy, by wine;
Sycomancy, by figgs; Typomancy, by the coagulation of cheese ; Alphitomancy,
by meal, flower, or branne ; Crithomancy, by grain or com ; Alectromancy, by
cocks or ...
John Brand, sir Henry Ellis, 1842
Old maids; their varieties, characters, and conditions
... Botonomancy — Oneieromancy — Onomatomancy — Auromancy —
Suphromancy — Canomancy — Cartomancy — Astragalomancy — Crithomancy
— Giromancy — Lampadomancy ; with characts and periapts — love-powders
and true- ...
Your Religion Is False
The practice of Caodaism involves séances, ouija boards, the basket-with-beak
technique, seer stones, lampadomancy, lecanomancy, libanomancy,
cromniomancy, crithomancy, and the use of a large, vibrating egg. Caodaists are