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This is the main category for Astrology. Sites submitted here should be very broad and wide-ranging in content, or those which do not fit easily into any of the subcategories. Please consider all of the subcategories before submitting here.

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Astrology is an ancient science. Astrologers believe that events in the heavens and those on the earth mirror one another, sharing as they do a common space and time. Astrology is not just about sun signs, and nor is it a form of fortune telling. It is about maximising human potential through the information offered in the natal chart.
When applied to divination, biorhythms usually provide a graph of past and future physical, emotional, and intellectual cycles. Some charts purport to show additional cycles, such as intuitional. When the cycle is at midpoint, the trait is said to be balanced. Below midpoint indicates a lack of the trait and interest in it. Above midpoint, the trait is in abundance and is expressed.
Cartomany is the art of divination using an ordinary deck of playing cards. Whilst it has superficial similarities with tarot reading it has its own history, guidelines and interpretations.
Websites looking for Tarot readers for hire, and resources for those looking for Tarot employment.
Contains sites exploring the history of divination.
Please submit sites related specifically to I Ching (The Classic of Change), its translation, consultation, or products and services supplying these. Sites including more types of divination than merely I Ching can be sent to Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Divination.

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Pertaining to the ancient Chinese text and oracle known as "I Ching", "Yi Jing", or any of a number of transliterated spellings, in English often known as "(The) Classic (Ching) of Change(s) (I)". This extremely well-regarded classic Chinese cultural hallmark includes trigrams, hexagrams, commentaries, and interpretation popularly consulted using (3) coins or (50) yarrow stalks.
This category is for readers, consultants and services which offer readings or reports across at least two different disciplines - for instance, astrology and tarot, or tarot, runes and palmistry.
This category is only for sites supporting gematria or theomatics theories, or at least looking at them objectively. Sites putting forth the idea that these codes are false should be submitted to http://dmoz.org/Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Opposing_Views/Divination/Gematria_and_Theomatics
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Please only submit sites which deal with Ogham as a divinatory tool. More general Ogham related sites should be submitted to Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Pagan/Celtic/Ogham .
Ogham is an alphabet that was used in fifth-century Ireland. The 25-letter alphabet was supposedly inspired by Ogma, god of eloquence, and is used for divination amongst other things.
Please submit your site only if it provides a live reading. Mail order readings are not considered live. If your site deals only with one of the following types of divination, please submit to that category: I-Ching Runes Tarot Astrology (Horoscopes) Ouija
Want a live divination reading? This category encompasses many types of divination and even the humorous 8-ball type "fortune tellings".
Palmistry is the ancient practice of extracting information from lines and features on the human palm. As old as civilization, palmistry can be classified into Chiromancy, which is the art of divination and predicting the future from markings on the palm, as well as Chirology, which is a more modern take on the subject and attempts to look at it from a scientific and experimental viewpoint.
Personal Homepages which are mainly about the divinatory arts.
The term physiognomy relates to the features of the body - especially the face - and the use of these features to infer the characterstics or personality of the person. In this way, it is closely related to phrenology. In China and other Asian cultures, formal systems of face reading techniques developed sometime in the first millenia b.c., integrated with religious beliefs such as Confucianism. In Western cultures, a fascination with face reading can be traced as far back as the ancient Greeks.
This category is for sites referencing Scrying, including informational sites, historical sites, and brief how-to articles. Scrying is the practice of using a reflective surface to see or predict the future.
Otherwise known as tasseography or 'reading the tea leaves'. Introduced into Europe only as recently as the 18th century, as tea drinking gained popularity in the West from its roots in China and India. The ritual method is to use whole leaf tea in a pot without a filter, poured into a shallow-bowled cup and drunk whilst considering the question about to be posed. When the tea is drunk the querent swirls the cup three times clockwise and then empties it inot the saucer. The patterns made by the residual leaves, and their positions and clarity, affect the interpretation.
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