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Wicca Dreamers
Wicca Dreamers • 1 year ago

Smoke gazing is a method of scrying using smoke from a flame or typically a fire. As the smoke rises, images are perceived in the smoke that details spiritual messages for the seer.Smoke scrying is more positively used as a means of divination by shamans to receive messages from the spirit world. Smoke scrying for fun can be done while seated around a camp fire as messages fill the air. Note that the patterns of the smoke change as the smoke rises into the air.

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