True, the essay is about divination practices, but the subject of the book is art.
Is this because many astrologers are still acting as if they are involved in an exercise in divination ?
Yet their principal gifts are those of the spirit, which include divination and clairvoyance.
However, I often get the feeling when I've done some sort of divination that now the future is set, and that's the way it is.
There are many ways of performing divination related to the practice of various deities.
In this area of the world, being narrowly missed by a lightning bolt gives one the ability to perform divination .
It is also used as a type of divination and has been used in conjunction with astrology.
All such forms of divination seem to be based on sympathetic magic and cold reading.
They are far simpler than tarot but have great power in both divination and practical magick.
So what is the problem with divination and acting on the information it gives?