Stollians and the Third Scroll

Stollian Heresy
and the Stollian School made a mark in early Devout history, and thus left a lasting influence. The Stollians focused on the casting of lots, the sorting of thorns or short sticks, or looked to other points where seemingly random events met human action. Stollian practitioners used these points as a means of divination, meditation, and psychological insight. Councils eventually condemned all of these practices

A similar practice, the interpretation of nature events, survived the council without being condemned, but as it was also a part of the Stollian School, was only tolerated, and many viewed it as heretical, even if no council had passed judgment on it.