SMOKE SIG­NALS

Chat It's Fate - - Chats it's fate | Psychic class -

You’ll need a piece of pa­per to in­ter­pret the shapes and marks made by the smoke – and as it may catch on fire, it’s much eas­ier and safer to use an in­cense stick rather than a can­dle. Make sure you do this div­ina­tion by a bowl of wa­ter or sink, just in case.

• Pre­pare an in­cense stick and a piece of white pa­per. When you’re ready, think of your ques­tion and light the in­cense. Al­low the flame to burn so that the stick smoul­ders, rather than blow­ing it out.

• Next, move the piece of pa­per above the tip of the flame three times. Ex­tin­guish the flame and ex­am­ine the pa­per. What shapes do you see in the smoke marks?

For ex­am­ple, you may ask, ‘What do I need to know about work?’ and then see the V-shape of bird wings and the shape of a swan. In div­ina­tion, the tra­di­tional mean­ing of a fly­ing swan is money com­ing in through work, so this could be in­ter­preted as new work op­por­tu­ni­ties man­i­fest­ing and cre­at­ing a steady flow of money.

An easy way to in­ter­pret any shapes is to re­late them to sym­bols, and use the uni­ver­sally ac­cepted mean­ings. To do this, you’ll need to get your­self a good dream or sym­bol dic­tionary – or, of course, look through past edi­tions of Chat it’s fate to see what Roi de Lune has to say! Use your in­tu­ition to work out if the sym­bols you spot in the smoke have any per­sonal mean­ing for you, too.

The more you work with your div­ina­tion tools, the bet­ter you’ll be­come at spot­ting their mean­ings.

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