Axinomancy

Ax·in'o·man`cy noun [ Latin axinomantia , Greek ... ax + -mancy .] A species of divination, by means of an ax or hatchet.
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axinomancy

A species of divination, by means of an ax or hatchet. ... Origin: L. Axinomantia. ... (12 Mar 1998) ...
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Axinomancy

• (n.) A species of divination, by means of an ax or hatchet.
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axinomancy

axinomancy, axionmancy Divination with an axhead and a “jet-stone” placed on a bed of hot embers; or with a marble. Practiced by the ancient Creten Greeks to discover a crime. An agate or piece of jet (stone) was placed on a red-hot axe which indicated the guilty person by its motion. Another explanation suggests that it was a system that was ...
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Axinomancy

Axinomancy is divination by means of an axe-head. Axinomancy was practised by the ancient Greeks with a view to discovering crime. An agate was placed on a red hot axe, and indicated the guilt or innocence of the accused by its motion - the names of suspected persons being uttered, the movements at a particular name indicated the criminal.
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Axinomancy

Axinomancy is one of several obscure methods of divination using an axe, hatchet, or (rarely) a saw. Most of the methods involve throwing an axe into the ground, or swinging it into a tree, and interpreting the direction of the handle or the quivering of the blade. A form of this is axiomancy, this is when the quivering of the blade of an axe that...
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axinomancy

divination using an axe or hatchet
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