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Astragalus (plural is Astragali) is a bone that was commonly used in ancient Greece as a talisman or as a tool for divination. The bone is taken from the ankle of a sheep, goat, or similar animal and is shaped like a small cylinder with two rounded ends. In cases of divination, multiple bones are used.


The ancient Greeks used Astragali for various purposes, including playing games, making decisions, and predicting the future. In divination, the Astragali are cast or tossed and the way it landed is interpreted.


After payment is made - we will require:


  • The full names of all parties involved.

  • The birth dates of all parties involved (if possible).

  • Photos of all parties involved (where applicable).

  • The question.


Please note that one divination is valid for one question only. If you seek answers to multiple questions, you need to purchase multiple divinations. Once payment is made and the requested details are received, we will perform your selected divination with 48 hours and inform you on the outcome.

Greek Astragali Reading