This is another divination tool I found in the same source as Madame Aubrey’s Oraculum. It didn’t present any problems for me like the previous one did. It all hangs together as a design, and I didn’t find any apparent oversights in its creation.

This is another one of those general-use divination tools which was likely designed as a ‘parlor game’ for the casual user. The nineteenth century was a time of great interest in the supernatural, so fortune telling games were popular with the public. Even a fortune teller designed as a parlor game can show some accuracy when approached with an open mindset. That having been said, my first attempt using this divination tool yielded an answer that I thought was sort of close, but still off-base. More on that later.