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Divination Devices

Distinguishing Different Divination Devices

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With the rising interest in the ability to predict the future the use of divination tools has risen. The art of divination is an essential part of any psychic’s life. There are many forms of divination used even today. However most divination tools have been narrowed down and only the best ones remain. A divination tool is used to aid a psychic in tapping into higher energy frequencies and aids in interpreting messages more clearly. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular divination tools still in use today.


Divination Devices

Scrying

Scrying is one of the oldest forms of divination. The most common tools used in this practice are crystal balls or mirrors. However scrying can be accomplished by using flames, smoke, and pools of water as well. If you decide that a crystal ball is your preferred tool look for one made of clear quartz or amethyst.


Tarot Reader

Tarot

Tarot cards are one of the most well know divination tools. They are extremely popular among psychics building their abilities. Beginner’s decks will include a directional book that will tell you how to lay and interpret the cards. Until you become comfortable and confident in your use of tarot cards you should use the traditional 78 card decks.


Spirit Boards

Spirit Boards

Most commonly known as Ouija boards have been used in numerous cultures over the ages. While they have recently been turned into a toy for children, they were


I Ching

I Ching

I Ching is a very old method of predicting the future using divining coins or yarrow sticks. These methods are evidenced as having been used since as early as 2700BC. The coins indicate the yin (tails) and yang (heads) which are counted as points. This is a time consuming method, and therefore is one of the least frequently used methods.
While there are other tools such as tea cups, pendulums, and runes just to name a few. The ones listed above are the most commonly used and are easily accessible.


 

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  1. Very awesome! I have heard of all of these except the I Ching which I so would like to try. When doing a reading my self I like the basic Tarot but I also like using oracle cards as well.

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