Aeromancy – divination from the air and sky, particularly concentrating on cloud shapes, comets, and other phenomena not normally visible in the heavens.
Alectryomancy – a bird picks corn grains from a circle of letters.
Alomancy – using table salt.
Austromancy – studying of the winds.
Axiomancy – the observation of how an ax or hatchet quivers or points when driven into post.
Belomancy – performed by tossing or balancing arrows.
Botanomancy – burning tree branches and leaves.
Capnomancy – the study of smoke rising from a fire.
Catoptromancy – an early form of crystal gazing with a mirror turned to the moon to catch its light.
Causimomancy – the behavior of objects placed in a fire.
Cephalomancy – using the skull or head of a donkey or goat.
Ceraunoscopy – draw omens from the study of thunder and lightning.
Ceromancy – melted lead was is poured into cold water.
Chirognomy – the study of the general hand formation.
Cleromancy – casting lots, similar to using dice but with more natural objects such as pebbles or sea shells.
Cleidomancy – using a dangling key.
Critomancy – the study of barley cakes.
Cromniomancy – using onion sprouts.
Cyclomancy – finding omens from a turning wheel.
Dactylomancy – using a dangling ring.
Daphnomancy – listening to laurel branches crackling and spitting in an open fire.
Dendromancy – using either oak or mistletoe.
Geomancy – the study of figures on the ground and the influence of the Earth’s movements.
Gyromancy – a person walks in a circle marked with letters until they become dizzy and stumble at different points, thus spelling out a prophesy.
Haruspication – inspecting the entrails of animals, popular with the priests in ancient Rome.
Hippomancy – the stamping and neighing of horses.
Hydromancy – with water including the color, ebb and flow, or ripples produced by pebbles dropped in a pool.
Ichthyomancy – using fish.
Libanomancy – the study of incense and its smoke.
Lithomancy – using precious stones of various colors.
Margaritomancy – using bouncing pearls.
Molybdomancy – the hissing of molten lead.
Myomancy – the study of the prophetic meaning of behavior of rats and mice.
Pegomancy – spring water and bubbling fountains.
Phyllorhodomancy – slapping a rose petal against ones hand and finding an omen by the sound.
Pyromancy – any form of divination with fire or flame, often assisted by substances thrown onto the flames.
Radiesthesia – using a dangling tool such as a bob or pendulum.
Rhapsodomancy – using a book of poetry whereby the book is opened at random and a passage read.
Sideromancy – burning of straws with hot metal, the resulting burn marks having divinatory properties.
Spodomancy – using cinders or soot.
Stichomancy – throwing open any book and selecting a random passage.
Tephramancy – using tree bark ashes.
Tiromancy – using cheese.