Posts Tagged "stick divination"

Exploring Different Styles of Divination

Our new center at Strega Tree offers a variety of different styles of divinations for you to choose from. We also have a selections of diviners to choose from when and if the times comes that you would like to receive one. Below are brief descriptions of each style of divination we currently offer.   STICK DIVINATION In stick divination the diviner works with the elemental beings who are known in the Dagara tradition as Wedeme. When one is initiated as a stick diviner in the Dagara tradition, she is given a kit with “pieces” (objects such as stones, small branches and shells) in it to...

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New Book Release—The Amazon Pattern

Announcing the Release of my New Book  The Amazon Pattern: A Message from Ancient Women Diviners of Trees and Time by Theresa C. Dintino I am so excited to tell you about the release of my newest book, The Amazon Pattern: A Message from Ancient Women Diviners of Trees and Time. The book describes a poignant and powerful turning point in my life initiated by an encounter with a very special Tree. It feels very important to share the message of this Tree and what it has taught me with you. Learn about the history and art of divination, my own personal journey toward becoming a diviner, the...

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Welcome to The Inner Journey Board—Travel the Nine Dimensions and their Corresponding Chakras

Two years ago while I was divining the wedeme (elemental beings of the wild) showed me a wooden board with nine small basins of liquid. I thought they were showing me a shrine they wanted me to make for them. But as I continued divining it became clear this was a new divination system that involved the connections between the nine dimensions of the World Tree and the seven chakras of the human and the Earth body. They wanted to teach me this new modality, which I call a “technology.” I enlisted two other women to help me who now also carry this new wedeme divination system. They are Sarah...

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Freyja and the Dwarves of the Four Directions

In The Well of Remembrance, a book exploring the origin of the Norse Myths, Ralph Metzner tells the story of how the Goddess Freyja wore a magical necklace called brisingamen. This necklace is ‘emblematic of her power.’ The word brisingamen is linguistically related to fire and shining.  Possibly it was made of gold or amber. No one is sure. This necklace was crafted for her by four dwarves. The four dwarves who guard the four directions. In order for her to acquire the necklace, she has to spend one ‘magical night of love’ with each of the dwarves, and so she does. Freyja is a Vanir...

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Divination Space

People come to divination for information and answers to questions they are holding. They are given much feedback, information and many suggestions. In the kind of divination I do—prescriptive—they are given rituals to carry out on their own after the divination has ended. These can be offerings to ancestors or work for their own healing. The divination space itself, however, should not be underestimated. It is a field of potent energy. From the collaboration of the forces that show up and the humans in the room, much gets healed immediately in the divination space. By the time the person...

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