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Author Topic: Multiple Gods--Handling Relationships and Who Did What?  (Read 18464 times)
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« Reply #6: July 09, 2010, 04:09:24 pm »

What helps me with this:

- Divination and other modes of getting information that do not come straight from my own head. (That includes divination from other people, not just me, though my own stuff can be quite helpful in this. Talking things over with other people, ditto)

So, if you don't mind me asking, what methods of divination do you currently do? I've got cards, and I do look for signs, but I'm pretty ignorant when it comes to divination of other sorts...

- In appropriate settings, Drawing Down work with the relevant deities (both my doing it, and other people doing it) that produces a consistent-enough result. (Real people - and I think real deities - are not perfectly consistent, and I'd think perfect consistency was a marker for concern. But there's the 'this looks like a consistent personality/wishes/etc.' stuff that is really helpful.)

Again, I'm not familiar with Drawing Down.  I will have to do research... but is it anything like invoking a deity?
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