Bean Duped

Favomancy is a form of divination that used to be practised by seers in Russia, in particular, among the Ubykh. The practice involves throwing beans on the ground and interpreting the patterns in which the beans fall; it is therefore a type of cleromancy. Russian methods of favomancy may still exist; however, since the departure of the Ubykhs from the Caucasus in 1864, details of exactly how Ubykh soothsayers interpreted the patterns formed by the beans are lost.

Yes, all that made-up, random, nonsense prognostic expertise – gone forever! Such a huge loss to humanity!  Everyone knows you just don’t get the same good results with chick peas!

via Favomancy – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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