Tuesday, May 13, 2014
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Psychic talents are considered "supernatural." They are really natural abilities many are privy to but may not fully understand enough to use them. Most people don’t take the time or don’t know how to develop their gifts. Like other talents there are ways to do this.
At the end of this article, I will provide you with both an outline and a set of guidelines to use during your psychic reading to make it a much more successful one. This will not only help you become a better advisor, the results will leave your friends and subjects enormously pleased with their psychic consult.
DON'T FISH FOR INFORMATION
During your psychic reading the idea is to sense and feel as best you can from your subject regardless what they look like or what they say. Pay attention to the cues you are getting from whatever form of divination you decide to use. Get some feedback but not too much information--just enough to let you know that you're on the right track. Then put it all together for someone who needs valuable insight into his or her life.
The aura, or “body of light” is thought to be an energetic field that surrounds the form of all living things and is sometimes perceptible to the human eye. Psychics can see auras the best. That said, science has not been able to prove the human aura even exists. However, since there are representations of human auras in art throughout many different cultures in history this suggests that the aura is real and some are able to detect this energy field which is not easily seen under most circumstances.
I'd like to add there is one other type of astrological chart used for divination only and that is called a "Horary chart." Horary means "hour." What is done during a horary the astrologer asks a question, takes down the exact time the question is asked and a horary chart is cast for that moment in time. (Which is usually just five minutes ago.) The horary is cast just like a natal birth chart. After doing this, the astrologers goes through all of the planets, signs and aspects then comes up with a conclusion.
I cast a horary chart on the death of Whitney Houston. Neptune, planet of water and drownings figured in prominently in both the horary and time of death chart of the pop icon. I concluded the final cause of death was most likely drowning. Many scoffed over this finding, and said since it was Whitney Houston it had to be a drug overdose. Neptune could indicate a drug overdose but both charts were so strongly tipped toward the element of water, I stuck with my initial conclusion of Ms. Houston dying due to being submerged in water. A month later the coroner's report agreed that the cause of death for Whitney Houston was drowning.
Since the star was an Aries sun sign, and Uranus in Aries was aspecting Mars in the horary chart told me there was also head energy, at least an accidental blow to the head. This was not released but you can bet on it.
That's just how accurate horary charts are.
There are 13 Witch's Runes, each corresponds to an astrological planet and sign. The Moon represent Cancer, the Sun represents Leo, the Rings are Libra, Woman is Taurus, Man is Aries, Crossroads are Saturn, the Scythe is Pluto and so on. Once you buy the book, you make your own runes but they are also available for sale online.
The book is available on Amazon.com "Witch's Runes" by Susan Sheppard.