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Dark Divinations Scries Again!

At the root, scrying covers a great many methods of divination, covering many of the others we have and will look at. It is less a defined form than some of the others we’ve studied, but a fascinating discipline. Today’s … Continue reading

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Dark Divinations and the Reading of Entrails

Today’s story from Naching T. Kassa–who also edited this anthology for Horror Addicts.net–“They Wound Like Worms,” is in epistolary form (though, obviously, not a novel as discussed on that link.) It deals with the reading of entrails. This form of … Continue reading

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Whatever Will Be, Will Be…or Will It?

Today’s fortune-telling from Dark Divinations explores echoes of the future seen through a scrying mirror in “The Pocket Watch.” Paired with the watch is a journal that reveals a sinister curse. We are not talking about the Future Echoes from … Continue reading

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Dark Divinations and Stichomancy

Stichomancy, or Bibliomancy, is our next form of divination to discuss from Dark Divinations. This time, we feature not one but two stories, as both “Damnation in Venice” by Joe L. Murr and “Miss Mae’s Prayers” by H.R.R. Gorman deal … Continue reading

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