DIVINATION A Manual for the Practitioner Created from a transcript of the workshop DIVINATION by The Sorceress Cagliastro, Blood Sorceress, Necromancer in the hands of 9 This book is intended to provide the practitioner, the Reader, with techniques to become a more effective, protected Reader. The focus is an overall strategy for maximum effectiveness, and boundaries with clients as these issues are rarely discussed. Multiple types of devices of divination are reviewed such as dice, dominoes, tarot, bones, coins, playing cards as well as the use of THE NOTHING, and Necromancy. The overall focus of this little book is to assist the Reader in navigating the work at hand. So much is written about the 'how to' of the work of Reading, but very little is written about the relationship between the Reader, the work, the client, and in some cases, the Disincarnate. If you have an interest in becoming a Reader, becoming a better Reader or becoming a professional Reader than consider this book as a guideline for methods not usually discussed. Protecting yourself, establishing clear boundaries and knowing when to say NO are important aspects of working as a Reader. This book was built on a transcript from the Divination Workshop, and is expanded with photos and additional materials. The book touches on various methods, yet is more deeply anchored in that which the Reader needs to know to do this work. For sessions on using any of these techniques for those who want to go further than that which is touched on in this book, please contact Emeket Legere, Consigliere to The Sorceress Cagliastro at firstname.lastname@example.org the website- www.sorceresscagliastro.com To be added to THE IRON RING mailing list, a method of contact for those interested in the work of Necromancy and Blood Sorcery visit www.cagliastrotheironring.com
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