A word about divination.
Divination is the practice of using omens to obtain information. This can be done using tools such as a Tarot deck, Runes,
or some other oracle. It can also be done via a more "supernatural" method such as speaking with Angels or the spirits of
Many different cultural attitudes prevail surrounding divination and with these attitudes come many myths. Divination does
not involve selling your soul to some nefarious entity or the cause of harm to others. It does not require the querant (another
name for the person seeking information) to believe in it.
A distinction is made between divination and fortune telling. Divination is performed within a religious or spiritual context,
where as fortune telling is a purely secular affair, frequently undertaken for entertainment.
Divination services are available free of charge. This, however, will be in relation strictly to spiritual matters. All other
matters, be it finances, love, or anything else under the sun will fall under the purview of fortune telling. All advice
offered from divination or fortune telling is to be followed at the user's discretion, I claim no responsibility for your
actions. If you are uncertain if your question is covered under the scope of divination, please e-mail me for clarification.
Recipe of the Week
I like to share the various recipes that I have collected over the years. So, I present this section for your enjoyment!
5 cups peeled, cored, and sliced apples (Granny Smiths are wonderful, so are Cortlands.); 1/2 cup butter; 1 tsp ground
cinnamon; 3/4 cup flour; 1/4 tsp salt; 1 cup sugar; 1/4 cup water
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Butter 1 1/2 quart casserole and place apples in. Sprinkle with water. Cut remaining ingredients
into butter until coarse crumbs. Spread evenly over apples. Bake 30 minutes or until top is light brown.
This is wonderful warm or cold. I think it's best served warm with a little french vanilla ice cream on top!