Liber Divinationum Speculorum is a practical esoteric manual for scrying divination. Through the scrying medium, using the various spiritual exercises provided in this book, you will learn how to develop deeper levels of mental and psychic awareness, and be able to perform readings with greater potency and accuracy.
Unlike other books written on this subject, there are no shortcuts or special tricks provided for the reader to learn. What is presented instead are the personal spiritual tools to help you explore an often misunderstood and under valued psychic medium. In this book, scrying is presented through the lens of trance induction, and deepening levels of conscious and unconscious imagining, to manifest fuller and more meaningful interaction with psychic ability – encouraging the reader to more confidently scry for themselves and their clients. If you are willing to put in the effort with these exercises, you will be able to scry effectively.
A Theological Dice Divination System
I created this polytheistic dice sortition technique as a practical way of augmenting my primary scrying divination practice by unifying three of the spiritual traditions that I practice: Cultus Deorum Romanorum, Anglo-Saxon Heathenry, and Kemeticism respectively. I have also included Hellenic, Gaulish, Norse, Canaanite, and Sumerian equivalents for others to benefit from. To utilize Sortes Deorum you’ll need a twenty-sided, icosahedral die (1d20).
Septimal Pendulum Chart
I created this pendulum chart to provide a more logical and effective method of using a pendulum oracle, and as a practical way of augmenting my own existing scrying and dice divination practices, where appropriate. In this system, right oriented positions in the chart lean more towards the affirmative and left oriented positions lean more towards the negative. It is my opinion that an unresponsive pendulum makes the most sense to represent an unclear or unknown answer, as well as a spirit who is either unable or unwilling to answer a certain question, depending on the context. I’ve noticed in several other charts that one of the angles is often ascribed to a question that is not applicable to a given situation, which is why I have attributed sinistral rotation with irrelevancy. But I think there is also a place for a converse situation where the question is so applicable that the querent already knowns the answer, or should be able to obtain the answer through simple observation. This is a personal touch of mine that has worked effectively in other divination techniques I currently work with, and I think it is especially relevant for pendulum.