Our programm generates from the 16 possible combinations of points 16 geomantic figures. Each figure relates to correspondent field of activity and can appear in one of 12 astrological houses. User gets his readings from these figures.
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Description: Geomancy or Oracle of the Earth is the ancient method of divination. Our programm
generates a series of random odd and even numbers and builds from the 16 possible combinations of points
16 geomantic figures. Each figure relates to correspondent field of activity and can appear in one
of 12 astrological houses plus 3 non-astrological. The programm user "sows" or casts figures and gets afterwards his
How does it work?
You must not wait till the opening animation has finished. If you want to skip it, just click on the blue window.
You can launch a programme part if you click on one of four buttons in the middle of the main window. You should put your question before you do it.
If you move the mouse above the astrological signs of houses, you can see their meaning appear. If you move the mouse above the figure names then you can see their Latin name appear.
If you click on the eye above the central buttons or on the menu "Figures viewer" then the Viewer appears. You can browse through figures and their meaning with it. If the figures are forming (sowing) very slowly for you, you can speed it up if you click on "Faster!" You can edit the existing texts in this program part or write your objections.
If you click on the tool symbol above the central buttons you come to the Settings. Here you can set how fast the figures should be built or which colour they should have.
If you click on Save / print you can save your reading in the Viewer or print it. If you click on Readings Viewer in the main menu, then you can get the empty Viewer and load some previous reading. It is possible to load all readings with some other text processors, as WordPad or Word as well.
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