theomancy

theomancy

(ˈθiːəʊmænsɪ)
n
(Other Non-Christian Religions) divination or prophecy by an oracle or by people directly inspired by a god
[C17: from theo- + -mancy]
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theomancy

a form of divination involving divinely inspired oracles or others inspired by God.
See also: God and Gods
a form of divination involving the responses of oracles or other soothsayers.
See also: Divination
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In scientific work, which consumed his life, Kozyrev, even in the days of his imprisonment and exile, he, first of all, trusted in himself, in his own intuition, and considered, in general, that intuition is theomancy emanating from God.