Okay, so I don’t actually practice haurspicy, nor do I have any idea why I think it’s funny to talk about sheep livers all the damn time. I do, however, practice geomancy, which can be just as accurate, but with a lot less blood. Usually.
Geomancy is a binary system of divination that offers insight into the probable outcome of any given situation. A question is asked, and then random numbers are generated (traditionally by making marks in sand or on paper, but dice and playing cards and satirical oracle decks work well, too). These numbers are broken down to even and odd, represented by two dots or one dot, arranged into a series of figures, and plugged into an astrological chart. It’s the only system of divination at which I’ve ever displayed any proficiency, so I hold it in unreasonably high esteem.
If you’re dying to learn more about geomancy right this very second, feel free to pay a visit on Polyphanes, and he will be happy to hook you up. You can also go all archaeologist and sift through the ruins of the old Geomantic Campus listserv; or, if you want a reading of your own, just click on the bronze sheep liver below to visit the Geomantic Divination section of my professional (but still inappropriate) notary site: