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  • Tara was the only living cartomancer in the group—not that she was officially a member.

    Rogue Oracle

  • 'If you're interested, there was an American cartomancer, Paul Foster Case, who came up with a whole theory linking particular of the major arcana to individual notes of the musical scale.'

    Sepulchre

  • She reached for her notebook, going back through the pages until she found the name she was looking for, the American cartomancer who'd linked the Tarot with music.

    Sepulchre

  • Concerning the prospects of a union with Madame Hanska, the cartomancer was mute, though he described the lady in language sufficiently clever for his client to acknowledge the likeness.

    Balzac

  • Im a cartomancer (tarot card reader, psychic if you wanna get general).

    Cryptomundo

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  • 'The Great Stanton smiled thinly, pointing to the cards before him. "This is the Tarot of the Romany cartomancers. A set of symbols handed down from remote antiquity, preserving in their enigmatic form the ancient wisdom through the ages."'

    - Nightmare Alley, William Lindsay Gresham

    June 30, 2012