Divination focuses on the foretelling of future events. True Seers are born with an open Inner Eye, but the rest of the wizarding population must develop their skills through various mediums. Students will begin with methods of enhancing the Inner Eye through meditation and other exercises, and learn a multitude of different divination forms (like tarot, tea leaves, runes, palmistry, etc). Oracles are almost always self-employed, offering their services to the general public from their homes or privately-owned business establishments, though a few rare cases do ambitiously reach celebrity heights, like Cassandra Vablatsky.


First Year
  • Enhancing the Inner Eye and aligning chakras (basic meditation, yoga, psychic enhancement exercises)
  • Introductions to basic forms of divination
  • Minor exercises in tarot, astrology, runes, and palmistry
Second Year
  • Out-of-book interpretations
  • Astrology
  • Palmistry
  • Tarot
  • Runes
  • Continuous warm-up exercises to prepare the Inner Eye for more strenuous forms of fortunetelling
Third Year
  • Introduction to scrying and high-mind interpretations
  • Crystal balls
  • Mirrors
  • Water
  • Tea Leaves
  • Lampadomancy
  • Libranomancy
  • Dream journals (record dreams and discuss possible meanings)
  • Review for E.M.U.
Fourth Year
  • One-on-one discussions
  • Group sessions
  • Overview of lesser known divination types
  • Aeromancy
  • Alomancy
  • Ceromancy
  • Dream journals
Fifth Year
  • One-on-one discussions
  • Dream journals
  • Review for S.T.O.M.P.


  • Taught by: Prof. Syeira Young
  • Location: 10th Floor
  • Time
    • First Year: Day 2, Period 4
    • Second Year: Day 2, Period 3
    • Third Year: Day 2, Period 2
    • Fourth Year: Day 1, Period 1
    • Fifth Year: Day 1, Period 5
First Year
Second Year
Third Year
Fourth Year
Fifth Year