Lately I have been noticing a lot more images in the clouds, that I can clearly make out people, faces, creatures, etc. It makes me suspicious that I may be inclined to aeromancy, but I’m not really sure exactly how to use this gift. Do you have or know of any information on the subject?
It’s very possible, aeromancy is directly connected to manipulating the energy currents through the power of your own will. Many people work with energy and can manipulate it’s structure.
Aeromancy is a specialization of the element of air and it is a very old form of divination.
Aeromancy or Cloud Divination
Aeromancy has a very long history, it is actually one of the oldest forms of divination. It makes perfect sense as we have long been fascinated by weather. Just as the ancient Greeks and Romans believed that the Gods controlled their weather they also believed that it showed signs of the Gods emotions towards them, hence how it came to be used as a tool to fortell the future by them as well. The word Aeromancy comes from the Greek words for air, “aero” and divination, “mateia.” Aeromancy is the use of clouds and the weather to predict the future.As a child did you ever lay down and just watch the clouds go by? Did you spend time looking at them and trying to findrecognizeable shapes in them? That’s a step inAeromancy. Now, you can take this a step further by asking the divine to be with you, and asking a question, then looking for shapes in the clouds as an answer to your question. This is just one of the many methods that fall under this category of divination. There are actually several divination methods that fall underAeromancy.They are as follows:– Anemoscopy is a method of divination done by observing patterns in wind direction and intensity.– Nephomancy is the method of divination where movement of the clouds ins interpreted.– Ceraunoscopy is a method of divination where thunder and lightning is interpreted.– Chaomancy is the interpretation of aerial visions. It can sometimes use cloud shapes but most often uses the appearance of comet tails.– Meteormancy is the divination method by meteors and shooting stars. , divination by meteors and shooting stars.So the next time the weather is nice out. Grab a blanket and get comfy. Ground yourself and relax your breathing into a meditative state. Then think of a question that you want to ask. Close your eyes and concentrate on that question. Then open your eyes and look to see if you get an answer. :)))Love and Blessings,Jasmeine Moonsong
Aeromancy uses cloud formations, wind currents and cosmological events such as comets to attempt to divine the future. There are sub-types of this practice which are as follows: austromancy (wind divination), ceraunoscopy (observing thunder and lightning), chaomancy (aerial vision) and meteormancy (meteors and shooting stars).
The first recorded instance of the word Aeromancy being used was found in Chambers, Cycl. Supp, 1753. It was defined as “That department of science which treats of the atmosphere”, rather than a form of divination. However, variations on the word have been used throughout history with the earliest instance being in the Bible, though the practice is thought to have been used by the ancient Babylonian priests.
Aeromancy was mentioned in Deuteronomy 18 as being condemned by Moses. It is also condemned by Albertus Magnus in Speculum Astronomiae, who describes the practice as a derivative of nigromancy. The practice was debunked by Luis de Valladolid in his 1889 workHistoria de vita et doctrina Alberti Magni.
- Tinia, the Etruscan god of lightning
- Adad, the Babylonian god of thunder, lightning, and prophesy
- Amon, Egyptian god of wind, fertility, life, and secrets
- Aditi, Hindu goddess of the sky
- Agni, Hindu god of the sun, lightning, and fire
- Thor, Norse god of thunder
- Zeus, Greek god of the sky and thunder
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