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Scrying - A Modern Look At An Ancient Art

Scrying, the art of gaining telepathic information by gazing into crystals, began thousands of years ago. Ancient civilizations revered crystals, believing they had magical powers. The people thought that the gods would deliver mystical wisdom to the meditator through the stones. 799 more words


Extracts from my Magickal Journals - First Attempts at the Tattwas

I have decided to rummage through some of my magickal journals to find my first attempts at using the tattwas.  After mention of my experience with the tattwas, I decided I would pull out my stack of hardcover “Lecture Books” and sift through to find them.  998 more words


The Tattwas - Psychic Development

Tattva vision is a technique developed by the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (probably derived from the elements, or Tattva , of the Samkhya version of Hindu Philosophy) to aid with the development of the faculty of astral clairvoyance.

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WOTC Extra – Scrying with A Crystal Ball


By far one of the most popular tools for scrying, the crystal ball has long been associated with predicting the future. Rarely is a fortuneteller , genuine or charlatan, portrayed without this magical… 731 more words

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Let's Talk Witch – Scrying: Things That Are, That Were, That Shall Be

Scrying: Things That Are, That Were, That Shall Be

Scrying has much in common with trance, but it differs in that the tools used in scrying are physical objects rather than rhythmic techniques and also in that predictions are usually revealed to the practitioner visually as opposed to intuitively. 256 more words

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Last night, the veil was the most thin between our world and the spirit world. This is the holiday where we celebrate the life of the God, and we also are able to contact loved ones who have passed. 333 more words


Hallowe’en Night divination game.

This is a repost from OCTOBER 28, 2011.

Halloween is one of the oldest holidays still celebrated in modern times, and can be traced back to the Druids, a Celtic culture in Ireland, Britain and Northern Europe. 289 more words

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