Ceromancy

Cer'o·man`cy noun [ Greek khro`s wax + -mancy .] Divination by dropping melted wax in water.
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Ceromancy

• (n.) Divination by dropping melted wax in water.
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ceromancy

ceramancy, ceromancy; carromancy Divination by dropping melted wax into water and observing (interpreting) the figures made there. During the Middle Ages, wax would be melted in a brass container and poured into another vessel containing cold water.
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Ceromancy

Ceromancy is a form of divination where heated wax is used to tell fortunes. ==Method== Traditionally a brass bowl is used in the ritual. Water is added to the bowl and then a candle is lit. The melted wax is then poured into the bowl and the subsequent shapes are intepreted by the reader. However, some practicioners also use the shapes wax forms
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ceromancy

divination by means of wax drippings
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