Lexigram divination, or lexigramancy, is a divination method promulgated by the late astrologer, Linda Goodman in her book Linda Goodman’s Star Signs. Lexigramancy is divination by lexigramming a word, a proper name, a title, or a phrase, then using the resultant words to devise new phrases or sentences. Lexigrams are words that can be made up by rearranging the letters used in other words, names, titles or phrases to spell other words. This is one of those divination methods that doubles as a fun and enlightening party game. It’s also spiritually safe, as it isn’t one of those divination methods you’re best off invoking the aid and protection of any Unseen Powers. All you need for this divination method is paper, something to write with, and the following rules of lexigramming, which Goodman held to be true:
Hey Euphonia thanks for connecting me to Lexigram Divination. I am a huge fan of Linda Goodman. I have read her book Star Signs where she has devoted a entire chapter to Lexigrams. I came across this post by googling the word Lexigram Divination. Please post some more on Lexigramming. I am very much into occult arts and divination stuff. If you have read Star Signs by Linda Goodman you will understand what I mean. Awaiting your reply.
Now there’s an idea! I’ve done a yes-and-no stones(Urim and Thumin) deep-dive on one subject; why not a deep-dive on someone’s (or something’s) name? Thank you for that future column idea. I did read Linda Goodman’s Star Signs years ago, and my paperback copy sits on a shelf in my study, though I haven’t looked at it in a while. She has some interesting insights into the meanings of various numbers. Thank you for visiting my blog!
I have that book by Linda Goodman myself. Hmmm…perhaps lexigramming the names of people in the news, or pending legislation, might yield some interesting insights…I’ll have to think about this.