Divination using books, or more specifically words. Some form of bibliomancy has existed for a long time, from runes to prophetic poetry. Poetry in a simple declarative sentence that creates mystery, because the metaphors contain a deep truth and metaphysically poetry is literal. Poetry has power.
To practice bibliomancy, you let your eyes go over a source of words, and read until a word strikes you. When the word strikes you, you focus on it. Then close and open the book again at random, and read until another word strikes you. You can get as many words as you need until you sense the answer to your question. It can be just one or it can be that a whole sentence or passage strikes you, and that in itself is your answer.
“The words dripped on my consciousness, sank into my being, and carried me away to the magic long ago of once upon a time.” Peter Abrahams
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