The Soothsayer!

“No Etruscan haruspex or Roman augur could wish for clearer omens: it reads like a page of Livy.”  (www.dictionary.com)

haruspex

\ huhruhs-peks, haruh-speks \, noun;

1.  (in ancient Rome) one of a class of minor priests who practiced divination, especially from the entrails of animals killed in sacrifice.

Source: http://www.dictionary.com

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