bibliomancy(redirected from Sortes Virgilianae)
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n. pl. bib·li·o·man·cies
Divination by interpretation of a passage chosen at random from a book, especially the Bible.
(Bible) prediction of the future by interpreting a passage chosen at random from a book, esp the Bible
a form of divination using books or the Bible in which passages are chosen at random and the future foretold from them.See also: Divination
a form of divination using books, especially the Bible, in which passages are chosen at random and the future foretold from them.See also: Bible, Books
A form of sortilege which in this case is divination from books and which includes rhapsodomancy. It is also called stichomancy.