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Stories From the Archives: The Countess of Pembroke and Geomancy

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Published on Oct 31, 2012

Project Archivist Sarah Newhouse discusses the book, The English Countess Mary of Pembroke's Rare Secrets of the Wonderful Art of Geomancy from the Abraham H. Cassell collection. Geomancy is a form of divination that analyzes the pattern of a handful of earth thrown down at random or dots made at random on paper. It is unusual that a Christian member of English nobility and sister of a famous Renaissance poet would write a guide to the occult practice.

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