Divination by the stars; astrology in its modern prophetic aspect.(noun)
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Use "astromancy" in a sentence
"Allah hath bounteously bestowed on thee a Barber who is an astrologer, one learned in alchemy and white magic; 612 syntax, grammar, and lexicology; the arts of logic, rhetoric and elocution; mathematics, arithmetic and algebra; astronomy, astromancy and geometry; theology, the"
"For the villain had a brother yet more villainous than himself, and a greater adept in necromancy, geomancy, and astromancy."
"In their practice of astromancy or enchanting the stars, and in pretending to overhear what passed in the heavens, they, the Jinns, used to sit on the tops of lofty mansions at night-time for hours offering sacrifices to the stars and enchanting them."