- "Before you learn the future, know first the past."
- ― Oracle’s corpse (Percy Jackson: The Sea of Monsters)
The user can discern past and/or recite/prophesy it aloud, they may be aware of the process and able to control it, or it may be completely involuntary and/or be uttered in trance.
- Being gagged will prevent you from telling the past.
- If spoken in riddles, some may have to be smart enough to understand them.
- May not remember what is said.
- If speaking to ignorant people, they may believe you cursed them.
- Muting can prevent the user from speaking out the past.
- May require a mouth or the creation of a mouth.
- Oracle of Delphi (Greek Mythology)
- Apollo (Greek/Roman Mythology)
- Rachel Elizabeth Dare (Percy Jackson and the Olympians)
- Sheila E (Purple Haze Feedback); via Voodoo Child
- Prophets (Religion/Mythology)
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