Fortune telling, as defined by Baker in the Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, is the process of determining the knowledge of a deity, leading to clarification, decision, and discernment of the future. Two forms of divination have developed, one through inductive manipulation of natural human phenomena and the other through the intuitive form of inner
The term serves as a broad category that includes people of all races, classes, and walks of life, with agnostics being people who believe or do not believe in a higher power, and theists and those who do. An agnostic does not have any of these services, although there are some who can join their
Occultism is a general term that describes the various theories and practices associated with the practice of the occult, such as magic, mysticism, necromancy and other occult practices. In the Western world, occultism usually evokes the evil connotations associated with the summoning of the dead. Sometimes a person derives his faith from occult practice, sometimes
The Banshee is a female spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen for death or a messenger from the underworld. The ancient Bansheili, originally designed by Sangheilis to look like the more modern type. Banshee is a creature from Celtic mythology, a female spirit who is usually female and usually shouts at night.