Fortunes and Dreams
Health Research Books, 1974 - 234 pages
1917 a practical manual of fortune telling, divination, and the interpretation of dreams, signs, and omens. Contents: Astrology; Days of the Week; the Ancient Oracles; Napoleon's Oraculum; Oraculum Table; Fortune Telling by Cards; Fortune Telling.
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THE ANCIENT ORACLES
FORTUNETELLING BY CARDS
FORTUNETELLING WITH DICE AND DOMI
THE SCIENCE OF PALMISTRY
THE SCIENCE OF PHRENOLOGY
FORTUNETELLING BY GROUNDS IN A TEACUP
THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS
POPULAR BELIEFS AMONG THE ANCIENTS
THE LANGUAGE OF POSTAGE STAMPS
How TO TELL ONES AGE
Ace of Clubs Ace of Diamonds Ace of Spades altho ancient AQUARIUS Astrology born CAPRICORN cartomancy character court cards denotes disappointment dream of eating enemy evil eyes F G H false friends fingers FLOWER SENTIMENT fond foretells fortune fortune-teller friendship GEMINI hand happiness Heart Line honor indicates inquirer journey King of Diamonds King of Hearts King of Spades Knave of Diamonds Knave of Hearts Knave of Spades letter LIBRA loss lover luck lucky days married Mars means Beware means success mole month moon ness Nine oracles pack palm Palmistry person phalanx is long Phrenology PISCES present prosperity quarrel Queen of Hearts Queen of Spades riage Rose SAGITTARIUS Saturn SCORPIO Seven of Diamonds shuffled sickness signifies soon sorrow Spades reversed speculate speedy marriage stamp stars stone TAURUS tell thru tion trouble true unexpected unlucky days VIRGO wedding woman
Page 223 - Three little words you often see Are ARTICLES, a, an, and the. A NOUN's the name of anything; As school or garden, hoop or swing. ADJECTIVES tell the kind of noun; As great, small, pretty, white, or brown.
Page 223 - THREE little words, you often see, Are articles A, An, and The. A Noun is the name of anything, As School, or Garden, Hoop, or Swing. Adjectives tell the kind of Noun, As Great, Small, Pretty, White, or Brown. Instead of Nouns the Pronouns stand, Her head, His face, Your arm, My hand. Verbs tell of something being done—- To Read, Count.
Page 223 - The interjection shows surprise, As, Oh, how pretty! Ah, how wise! The whole are called nine parts of speech, Which reading, writing, speaking, teach.
Page 223 - VERBS tell of something being done; To read, count, sing, laugh, jump, or run. How things are done the ADVERBS tell; As slowly, quickly, ill, or well. CONJUNCTIONS join the words together; As men and women, wind or weather; The PREPOSITION stands before A noun, as in or through a door. The INTERJECTION shows surprise; As oh! how pretty \ ah! how wise\ The whole are called nine parts of speech, Which reading, writing, speaking teach.