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Fortune Telling, Palmistry, Crystal Gazing, 60 Books on CDrom (Clairvoyance)

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Card Fortune Telling by Charles Platt 1920

Telling Fortunes by Tea Leaves by Cicely Kent 1922

A Course of Instruction in the Development of Power through Clairvoyance 1901

Crystal-gazing and spiritual clairvoyance by L.W. De Laurence 1916*

The Golden Wheel Dream-book and Fortune-teller - being the most complete work on fortune-telling and interpreting dreams ever printed by Felix Fontaine 1862

Fingers and Fortune, A Guide to Palmistry by Eveline M Farwell 1886

Gypsy Sorcery and Fortune Telling by Charles G Leland 1891

Telling Fortunes by Cards by Mohammed Ali 1914

The Witches DreamBook and Fortune Teller 1885

The Hand and its Lines - a short treatise on Palmistry by LaSeer 1902

A Manual of Cartomancy, Fortune-telling and Occult Divination 1909

The New and Complete Fortune Teller 1816

Crystal Gazing its history and practice with a discussion of the evidence for Telepathic Scrying by N.W. Thomas 1905

Mother Shipton's Gipsy Fortune Teller and dream book 1890

Madame Zadkiel's Fortune Teller and mirror of fate 1884

The Mystic Oracle, or, The complete fortune-teller and dream book 1893

The American fortune-teller 1872

The Model Book of Dreams, Fortune Teller by Henry Temple 1864

Practical Psychomancy and Crystal Gazing by William Atkinson 1908

Fortunes and Dreams by Astra Cielo 1917

The Magic of Jewels and Charms  - George F Kunz 1915

The Curious Lore of Precious Stones by George F Kunz 1913

Second Sight Explained; a complete exposition of clairvoyance or second sight by Frederick Wicks 1880

Everybody's book of Luck 1900

Napaleon's Oraculum and dreambook 1839

The Language of the Hand - a concise exposition of the principles and practice of the art of reading the hand  by Henry Frith 1899

Enigmas of Psychical Research by James H Hyslop 1906 (The residues of science, The ancient oracles, Crystal vision: history, Crystal gazing: experiments, Telepathy, Dreams, Apparitions, Clairvoyance, Premonitions, Mediumistic phenomena, Retrospect and vaticination)

Crystal-Gazing in the Old Testament by Paul Haupt 1917

Clairvoyance, the System of Philosophy Concerning the Divinity of Clairvoyance by JCF Grumbine 1904

Seership- the magnetic mirror, a practical guide for those who aspire to clairvoyance by Paschal Randolph 1870

The Other World  - Glimpses of the Supernatural, Being facts, records, and traditions relating to dreams, omens, miraculous occurrences, apparitions, wraiths, warnings, second-sight, witchcraft, necromancy, etc by F. George Lee, Volume 1, 1875

The Other World  - Glimpses of the Supernatural, Being facts, records, and traditions relating to dreams, omens, miraculous occurrences, apparitions, wraiths, warnings, second-sight, witchcraft, necromancy, etc by F. George Lee, Volume 2, 1875

The Mysteries of Astrology and the Wonders of Magic including a history of the rise and progress of astrology, and the various branches of necromancy together with valuable directions and suggestions relative to the casting of nativities, and predictions by geomancy, chiromancy, physiognomy by CW Roback 1854

The Principles of Astrological Geomancy, the art of divining by punctuation By Franz Hartmann 1889

The Blossom and the Fruit - a true story of a Black Magician by Mabel Collins 1889

Simplified Scientific Astrology - a complete textbook on the art of erecting a horoscope, with philosophic encyclopedia and tables of planetary hours by Max Heindel 1919

An Introduction to Astrology by William Lilly 1852

A Scientific Demonstration of the Future Life by Thomson Jay Hudson 1903

The Science of Palmistry and its relations to Astrology and Phrenology by Irene Smith 1901

The Graven Palm - a manual of the Science of Palmistry by Mrs A Robinson 1911

The Science of the Hand by CS Arpentigny 1886

Cheiro's Language of the Hand - complete practical work on the sciences of cheirognomy and cheiromancy by L Hamon 1900

Descriptive Mentality from the Head, Face and Hand by HW Merton 1899

Character analysis in Condensed Form by Ona Marie Rasher 1919

Lessons in Palmistry by Cornelia Gaffney 1901

Practical Palmistry - a reliable treatise on the art of character reading and methods of recalling past and foretelling future events upon examination of the hand by Henry Frith 1904

The Grammar of Palmistry by Katharine St Hill

Key to Palmistry by Louis Williams 1902

The Kabala of Numbers 2 by Sepharial - 1920

Four Basic Principles of Numerology by Frank Householder 1921

The Tarot of the Bohemians the most ancient book in the world 1896

Early Playing Cards, their Design and Decoration, article in Journal of the Society of Arts 1922

The Secret Doctrine of the Tarot, article in The Word 1917

The Tarot - Its Occult Significance, Use in Fortune-Telling, and Method of Play, Etc. By S. L. MacGregor Mathers 1888

The History of Magic, including a clear and precise exposition of its procedure, its rites and its mysteries by Eliphas Levi 1922*

Transcendental Magic - its doctrine and ritual by Eliphas Levi 1896

Facts and speculations on the origin and history of playing cards by William Chatto 1848

The Mystic Test Book - Containing Additional Instruction in Reading of Grand Spreads, Quadration and Transformation of Tarots, etc., by Olney Richmond 1895

The Magical Ritual of the Sanctum Regnum Interpreted by the Tarot Trumps by Eliphas Levi 1896

The Oraculum (Fortune Telling by Cards, Dice, Crystal) 1904

Phrenology Proved by OS Fowler 1837

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  1. THE ART OF FORETELLING by C.J.S. Thompson 1897

    The early theory of the art of foretelling by means of the stars, and casting horoscopes, was as follows: The seven planets then known, including the Sun, with the twelve figures of the Zodiac, comprised the astrological system. Each unit or body or nation was supposed to be governed or influenced by a certain star or constellation, and this power extended to all things connected with the person or nation. Thus, Saturn was supposed to influence life, sciences, and buildings; Jupiter—honour, wishes, and wealth; Mars—wars, persons, marriages, and quarrels; the Sun—hope, gain, and happiness; Venus—love and friendship; Mercury—fear, disease, debts, and commerce; the Moon— robberies, wounds, and dreams. The intrinsic quality was denoted by the planet. The Sun was regarded as favourable; Saturn, cold; Jupiter, temperate; Mars, ardent; Venus, fruitful; Mercury, inconstant; the Moon, melancholy. The days, colours, and metals also came under the same influences.

    In casting a horoscope, the astronomer had first to observe if the time was propitious, and what planet was dominant in the heavens. Then, by means of calculations and diagrams, he would deduce the consequences from the position and bearing of the stars. The day was divided into four equal parts—the ascendant of the sun, the middle of the sky, the descending of the sun, and the lower part of the sky. These four parts of the day were subdivided into twelve distinct parts, which were called the twelve houses of the sun. It was of the greatest importance in drawing a horoscope to tell exactly in which "house" the star appeared. One can easily trace the connection of the influence attributed to the planets with the old Egyptian and Greek mythologies, and it can hardly be wondered at that the same system should have been brought to bear on medicine.

    A favourite method of divination, especially with the sorcerers, was that of gazing into a beryl or crystal. For the proper performance of this ceremony a pure virgin or equally pure youth should be the gazer. The sorcerer, having repeated the necessary charms and adjurations, with the invocation suitable to the spirits he wished to consult, looked into a large beryl or crystal, wherein he saw the answer represented either by types or by figures, and sometimes it is said he might hear the spirit speak to him.

    Vallancey states that in the Highlands of Scotland large crystals of somewhat oval shape were kept by the priests to work charms with, and that water poured on them was given to cattle as a preventive of disease. Dr. Dee was a famous conjurer with the crystal in the time of Queen Elizabeth.

    Lilly describes these crystals as being the size of an orange, set in silver, surmounted with a cross, and engraved all round with the names of the angels—Raphael, Gabriel, and Uriel.
    Among other charms practised was Dactylomancy, which was performed by means of a ring suspended by a thread in the centre of an earthenware or metal pitcher. The ring, which was supposed to have been made under the influence of a certain constellation, was swung from side to side of the vessel, and the sounds it made on touching were taken as predictions and oracles.

    The art of divination by fire was called Pyromancy, and was performed by allowing a certain body to burn, the smoke from which, by its density and colour, forecast the future. A favourite medium for consulting this oracle was a donkey's head roasted on hot coals.

    Popular belief in mediaeval times attributed anything unusual or beyond its understanding, to magic; so most of the early alchemists were believed to be magicians. Both Albertus Magnus and Roger Bacon were accused of dealing in the black arts, one having to resign his bishopric of Cologne and retire to a monastery, and the other to the Franciscan cells in Paris, to free themselves from the charges of their accusers.