Aeromancy is divination by observing atmospheric phenomena. Austromancy is divination by studing the winds and cloud shapes.
Nephomancy is divination by studying clouds. This involves observing and interpreting the color, shape and position of clouds in the sky.
The Celtic Druids made extensive use of nephomancy, which they called neladoracht.
A Medieval form of aeromancy involved summoning ghosts and specters to project images of future events onto clouds.
François de la Tour Blanche wrote that aeromancy was the art of fortune-telling when specters materialize in the air, possibly with the aid of demons, projecting images of the future onto clouds like a magic lantern.
Modern nephomancers observe the ever changing shapes of cloud formations as a form of meditation.
Chaomancy is a form of aeromancy that looks for visions in the sky, particularly in the shapes of clouds and cloud formations. The Hindu, Etruscans, and Babylonians made extensive use of chaomancy.
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