The Hamlyn Encyclopedia of Fortune-telling

The Hamlyn Encyclopedia of Fortune-telling

Book - 1999
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Can you predict the future? The lines mystic and entrancing symbols of the tarot, even the suits and numbers of ordinary playing cards -- these are just some of the remarkable ways to tell fortunes and divulge character traits. Practice any of sixteen methods to get a glimpse of what may be in store for you and your friends and family -- numerology, casting runes, crystal gazing, the I Ching, Western and Chinese astrology, reading tea leaves, the interpretation of dreams, and more. Or step back into the past and trace the events and predictions of famous fortune-tellers, from men of great intellectual power, such as Nostradamus, to "black sheep, " like the Elizabethan occultist Simon Forman. Everything will become clear through over 200 contemporary prints, paintings, and photographs. It's only a matter of time before you start making prophecies yourself.
Publisher: London : Hamlyn, 1999.
Edition: Updated ed. --
ISBN: 9780600597612
Branch Call Number: 133/.303/Kin/1999 6173cg 1
Characteristics: 191 p. : ill. (some col.), col. map.


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