Euander, profugus ex Peloponneso, tum ea loca regebat, vir doctus, cuius mater Carmentis divinum in modum fata praedicebat.
Euander, fled from Peloponnesus, then ruled that region, a learned man,
a) whose mother Carmenta a prophetess foretold destiny.
b) whose mother Carmenta, in the manner of a prophet (divinum in modum), foretold destiny..
c) whose mother Carmenta, in the voice (fata) as (modum) a prophet foretold (the future).
Super in ipso capitulo Orberg dicit 'in modum' = nuper.
I can't for the life of me figure out what divinum is (accusative? - why?)