noun[mass noun] historical
Divination by the stars; astrology: the religious community was, generally, antagonistic to astromancy
More example sentences
- Here is a fantasy of necromancy and astromancy, gunpowder and swordplay, politics and crime.
- In 16th-century intellectual circles, attacks by the humanists Pietro Pomponazzi and Pico della Mirandola challenged the standing of astromancy.
- I argue that astrology, which originated as astromancy, or astral divination - a dialogue with the divine - essentially still is that.
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