Divination of God: Ancient Tool of Prophecy Revealed
Dr. Shelley Kaehr explores the Biblical divination tool Urim and Thummim from the Book of Exodus, explores their origins, and suggests materials the reader can use to create the oracle themselves.PRAISE FOR DIVINATION OF GOD“Life is so mysterious and full of confusing choices that we need reliable tools for making good decisions. Common sense is a crucial starting point, but since ancient times there have been wisdom traditions that taught how to supplement logic with the guidance of divination. This is no mere superstition – divination tools such as the Urim and Thummim are a powerful way to connect to the human unconscious and the infinite Spirit that stand ready to direct our voyage through life. Shelley Kaehr's exhaustive research into the Old Testament references to the Urim and Thummim makes this method accessible to modern men and women. She places this ancient tool in the contexts of many other oracle traditions and shows its value for today's seekers.” Mark Thurston, Ph.D., author of Willing to Change: The Journey of Personal Transformation“In our quest to find and do the will of God, the Bible has many treasures that serve as important keys and guideposts. In Divination of God, Dr. Shelley Kaehr sheds powerful and helpful light upon Biblical approaches to discernment, makes them accessible and understandable and shows how they relate to other methods that have occurred in the course of history. It is a fascinating and worthwhile read.” Father Paul Keenan, author of Elisha's Jars and If You Want to Change Your Mind, You Have to Open Your Heart“Divination of God is a fascinating work and should be a real eye-opener to any Fundamentalist Christians who take a look – and I hope they will. Dr. Shelley Kaehr has gathered together such an interesting amalgam of materials. I think she has quite a winner with this book.” Mary K. Greer, author of Tarot for Your Self and Women of the Golden Dawn
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