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Author Topic: Divination in Hellenic Polytheism  (Read 10077 times)
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« Reply #10: April 30, 2007, 11:49:37 pm »


1.  What sort of "tinkering" would we need to do, in a general sense, to make modern forms of divination fit into a Hellenic worldview?

2.  In what context is it appropriate/recommended to use divination at all, from a Hellenic POV?

I too am very curious about folks feelings on these two questions.  It seems to me that some examples of the Hellenic POV seems to very greatly from region to region.
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