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What is dice fortune telling?
Dice divination has been authenticated, prior to recorded history, as far back as 8,000 years ago, among Hindu’s, Tibetan monks, African witch doctors, Egyptians, Romans and even the rune dice of the Vikings (using dice with rune symbols). Fortune telling with dice may not enjoy immense popularity today, but Romany Gypsies are still known for prophesizing with dice at fun fairs for entertainment purposes.
Of all the different types of fortune telling methods this one does not cost a large sum of money. And you will NOT need to look for an accompanying booklet to master this unique pocket oracle. Experts suggest that high-quality wooden dice have good vibes and are quite responsive. However, if you have a game of dice in any type of natural material, or have a striking dice set of the plastic variety, go ahead and use them.
There is a metaphysical adage to ‘divine short’, which fits the dice perfectly. Fortune telling with dice is simple and offers a novel way to get good advice in succinct answers, with scant need for clarification.
Ask the person whose fortune you’re telling with dice to state her current situation out loud. (Just like you would do with tarot cards or a crystal ball) Then, throw the dice again, this time adding the number of dots. Like in Numerology, the idea is to always calculate the sum of the dice down to a single digit number.
What are the meanings for dice fortune telling?
Here are the 9 answers for the current moment in each dice fall. Each traditional meaning has been passed along orally for generations:
Even if you don’t have a psychic bone in your body, you can read spots on the dice. It’s a splendid party game. Better yet, dice fortune telling is just plain fun.
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