Spooky season is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than unveiling your own psychic abilities? Whether you're new to divining or you want a new method to pick up, this quiz will tell you which type of divination is meant for you!
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Tarot cards are a 78-card set of amazingness that describe various stages of life, emotion, and universal themes. Interpreting and relaying the artwork and its symbolism may not be for everyone, but it looks like it may just be for you! Search your local bookstore or an online retailer to find a deck that works for you and speaks to your spirit if you haven't already.
There is something deeply meditative and beautiful about the art of scrying that gets lost in translation sometimes in those stereotypical TV images of a psychic staring into a magic crystal ball. Scrying involves your eyes, a reflective surface, a calm and uninterrupted mindspace, and the ability to interpret whatever images come to mind. Pick up a mirror, some water, or yes, even a crystal ball, to start scrying whenever you're ready!
The practice of automatic writing involves you, a pen, some paper, and a clear head. Most commonly used as a way to communicate with spirits, automatic writing is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. In a quiet, meditative state, your pen on paper will begin to move and be the vessel for intuitive or supernatural messages.
Using a Pendulum
Using a Pendulum
A more straightforward form of divining, a pendulum will often be used to answer yes/no questions, give out names, and sometimes indicate location. An object designed as a pendulum or a balanced necklace may do the trick, and a board of some kind can be used to help clarify what the pendulum is trying to say.
Tasseography, or tea leaf reading, is quite simply divination through tea leaves! A cup of finished tea is received from the "sitter" for the reader to interpret, and shapes, symbols, and the likes are used to develop the sitter's fortune, future, or present circumstances.
What Type of Divination is For You?
This quiz was made by Lexi (AKA Lightwands), a fellow diviner whose practice of choice is a deck of cards.
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