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ConjureMan Ali wrote:If you make your own dark mirror, then add a bit of Psychic Vision oil to the black paint and color. You can also dress the candles you use for light during scrying.
It's what I do and I've noticed it enhances my ability.
Miss Olivia wrote:Every reader I've met has a different form of reading a crystal ball. I've read articles about how to read a crystal ball on the web and the explanations are not helpful or ludicrous. One can not simply buy a crystal ball, learn how to read it with a set of instructions like the kind you receive on how to put together a lego set. Yes, directions are good for the purpose of getting an idea of how to read a crystal ball or how a crystal ball works but it's vitally important to be around someone who does it on a regular basis. The importance of being a student or studying the subject is that it familiarizes one with the workings of the crystal ball. I think of a crystal ball as a living being, so to me it has an soul essence I've been taught to respect.
Much like a court of law is where the attorney asks a question and the opposing attorney objects, the judge either says; "sustained" or "overruled". So does the spirit reveal the answer in a similar manner. If the spirit doesn't jive with the question asked it will give a confusing answer, like a jumbled mismatch of images until the reader asks the question in the way the spirit wants it to be asked. It's a tricky form of communication. And in my experience one must have the utmost respect for the crystal ball, the spirit, and the client.
Turnsteel wrote:Well its another form of divination. Crystal gazing is very iconic but I've never had any luck with it, I'll keep to my Tarot cards lol. Its not easy and if you don't have a talent for it you might just get headaches from squinting at a stone . Actually I was wondering just how traditional scrying is to hoodoo? I know LuckyMojo sells stones for it but I always thought cartomancy, tea leaves and coffee grounds were more traditional. Just curious.
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