Dactylomancy

Dac·tyl'o·man`cy noun Dactyliomancy. [ R.] Am. Cyc.
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Dactylomancy

• (n.) Dactyliomancy.
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dactylomancy

dactyliomancy, dactylomancy, dactyomancy Divination with finger rings `. . . by holding a ring suspended by a fine thread over a round table on the edge of which were a number of marks with the 24 [Greek] letters of the alphabet. The ring was consecrated with a great deal of mystery.” Related 'divination, sorcery, fortune te...
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Dactylomancy

Dactylomancy, from the Greek word for finger, is a term used by proponents to define a form of divination using rings. == Modern dactylomancy == In some traditions of dactylomancy, a ring is suspended like a pendulum above a surface that is marked with letters or symbols. The direction of the swing indicates which symbols are to be consulted, or w...
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dactylomancy

divination using rings
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