Seers and Visionaries
- (3/-1) Pythia was the title typically given to the priestess of Apollo at this town on Mount Parnassus.
- (6/-2) The severed head of Mimir, or “the wise one,” was used as an oracle by this chief Norse god.
- (9/-3) This author of the Old Testament's longest book of prophecy told King Hezekiah, “Thus saith the Lord, Set thine house in order; for thou shalt die, and not live.”
- (12/-4) Before leaving on his voyage, Odessyus went to this place “to hear the will of Zeus from the high-crested oak.”
- (15/-5) Five-letter word for one of ten prophetesses, each associated with a particular place, first mentioned by Heraclitus in the fifth century BC.
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