Look at the first page and choose a question. Second, on a separate piece of paper, make four lines of dots with a pen, pencil, marker, crayon, what-have-you, just do it quickly, don’t even think about how many dots you’re making in each line–just focus on your question as you’re making the four rows of dots. Third, count up the number of dots in each line, then translate them into either one dot or two. An uneven number of dots in a line will translate to one dot. An even number of dots in a line will translate as two dots. Let me give you an example:

Question 2: Will I be successful in my undertakings?

Dots:

……………  15 Dots/1 dot

……………  15 dots/1 dot

…………….. 17 dots/1 dot

……………   15 dots/1 dot

So the end figure would look like this:

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Taking this figure to the chart of questions and oraculum table, I find the column with this figure at the top. I look down that column until I come to the box which is on the same line as my question, in this case, the second line. Noting the letter of the alphabet which appears in that box is the letter B,  I then flip to the “B” letter-chart and look for the end figure my dots generated on the left-hand side of the chart–my fortune is right next to it. In this example, the answer is Chart B, first line: “The luck that is ordained for you will be coveted by others.”