Aeromancy

Aeromancy (from Greek aero, `air`, and manteia, `divination`) is divination conducted by interpreting atmospheric conditions. Alternate spellings include Arologie, Aeriology and Aërology. ==Practice== Aeromancy uses cloud formations, wind currents and cosmological events such as comets to attempt to divine the future. There are sub-types of t...
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Aeromancy

• (n.) Divination from the state of the air or from atmospheric substances; also, forecasting changes in the weather.
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aeromancy

(from the article `augury`) ...This book interprets the hexagram created by the tossing of yarrow stalks. Among the vast number of sources of augury, each with its own ...
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Aëromancy

A'ër·o·man`cy noun [ Aëro- + -mancy : confer French aéromancie .] Divination from the state of the air or from atmospheric substances; also, forecasting changes in the weather.
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aeromancy

aeromancy Divination by observing substances in the air or wind; such as, cloud shapes, weather conditions, and atmospheric phenomena (comets, etc.). Also this is divination that involves the direction of the wind as when throwing sand or dirt in the wind after asking a question, and receiving the answer in the form of the dust cloud; or throwing ...
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Aeromancy

Aeromancy is divination by the air. It later evolved into weather-forecasting.
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aeromancy

divination by means of the weather
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