Em hotep nefer, Gleb!
Ancient Egyptians employed a number of the same divinatory methods as neighboring Mesopotamian peoples did, such as interpreting omens from celestial phenomena, and oracular dream incubation. None of these things were / are so much a means of "predicting the future" as they were / are "if P, then Q" conditional possibilities the future may have held for the person(s) involved. Like most Mesopotamian cultures, Ancient Egyptian culture(s) didn't perceive fate as a fixed and inexorable end, nor the actions and possibilities of all mankind predetermined by the positions of the stars in the Heavens and so on. Fate was considered alterable to some degree, dependent upon human understanding and human action, and of course the beneficence of [God].
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