Divination By Shells, Bones and Stalks During the Han Period

in T'oung Pao
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Abstract

From the foregoing it may be seen that many Chinese of the Han period retained a deep faith in the powers of divination. Deliberate attempts to search for guidance in this way possessed a significance and a validity that was no less forceful than that of other intellectual or religious activities undertaken in like manner to plumb the secrets of the universe. The act of divination depended on a belief in the unitary nature of the universe. It sought communication with unseen powers through the medium of material objects that were

Divination By Shells, Bones and Stalks During the Han Period

in T'oung Pao

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