Friday, March 02, 2018

Quick Review: Llewellyn's Complete Book of Divination

Llewellyn's Complete Book of Divination: Your Definitive Source for Learning Predictive & Prophetic Techniques by Richard Webster
Date of Publication: December 8, 2017
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Source: eARC via Netgalley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Answer Questions and Predict the Future with this Comprehensive Collection of Proven Tips and Techniques -- Explore the Profound Wisdom and Fascinating Secrets of Divination


Richard Webster, one of the world's bestselling new age authors, explores the incredibly wide variety of divination systems from around the world. Discover in-depth information and how-to instruction for more than thirty divination practices, including:
Tarot - Astrology - Palmistry - Numerology - Pendulums - I Ching - Automatic Writing - Candle Reading - Coin Divination - Flower Reading - Dowsing - Runes - Scrying - Geomancy - Bibliomancy - (&more)
Llewellyn's Complete Book of Divination also features helpful tips for choosing the best form of divination for your specific needs and preparation methods to practice before a divination session.

Learn about the history of divination and the historical figures who could see the future. Find out how raising your intuitive skills can improve nearly every aspect of your life, from relationships and health to money and career.

Whether you're just getting started or are a seasoned expert, this thorough guide holds sacred wisdom and wonderful surprises for you.

Really amazing and informative book. Covers every single kind of divination I have ever come across/heard of/ and then some

Highly satisfied with the amount of information I received in this book! I feel like I made 100 bookmarks on my kindle just because it's just such a great reference. I know I will be coming back to refer to it for years and years to come. I also put a hard copy version on my wishlist, because I can see the value in having this handy when doing any sort of psychic work.

To sum this short review up: I cannot recommend this book enough! It really is great for beginners or advanced practitioners. It may be a bit overwhelming for beginners due to the sheer amount of material...but it's easily identifiable the way it is laid out and the Table of Contents is thorough as well. I skipped several chapters and then would go back and finish them. I did end up reading the whole thing, though! 


Are all the Llewellyn books this good?



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Diamond

(aka Dee) has loved reading for as long as she can remember. She loves many things: fantasy novels, young adult fiction, her cat, painting, and horror films from the 70s. Diamond is a grad student at UCLA. She's pursuing a Master's in Library and Information Science.