Expanding on crossed cartomancy

It is that time of the year again, September, the month I like to focus on St. Cyprian and St. Justina, as their feast day is in this month. Today as a matter of fact. Seizing this opportunity I'd like to expand a little on crossed cartomancy or what can alternately be termed Cyprianic cartomancy. … Continue reading Expanding on crossed cartomancy

Crossed Cartomancy II

Jumping back into the fray of Cyprianic cartomancy, I'm now going to survey several approaches to the method. The main, or recurring, spread used in The Book is the cross pattern, as illustrated in the first part, which can be read here. It is with this one that I will stay. Moreover, for three examples … Continue reading Crossed Cartomancy II

Crossed Cartomancy I

"Cartomancy, or the divination through playing cards, is more modern, for cards were only invented after Charles V. This branch of the conjectural sciences, still today practiced by many people, and sincerely accredited by many more, is the great resource of lovesick girls, using it out of jealousy, suspicion and longing for the object of … Continue reading Crossed Cartomancy I