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Water Gazing Video Experiment 2

Visions of the future or a glimpse of the spiritual world?

Since ancient times people have been gazing into water and claim they would see a vision of the future or get a glimpse of the spiritual world. Michel de Nostredame, a famous Prophet, used water gazing methods for some of his publishings. Since the times were more tenuous he was afraid of being persecuted for heresy by the Inquisition. Now a days skeptics feel it's the same as looking at a cloud in the sky, and finding shapes which are meaningless or random. The photos you will see were using a technique that is very basic. All it is is a pan filled with water. And the light source is from a stove top. The video camera was held in one hand. A finger from the other hand wiggled in the water to create ripples. The photographer aimed the camera at the water and took a video. Since many video cameras take 6-8 photos a second, each frame
had to be examined one at a time. Gaze and see the images yourself...Were they a vision of the future or a glimpse of the spiritual world? Or just random and meaningless? Or even heresy from a time long ago?

Do you have more water gazing video pictures?

Yes we do! Here are more Water Gazing Video Pictures


1. http://www.aaevp.com/techniques/techniques_downey_itc.htm
2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nostradamus

Scrying the Secrets of the Future
Scrying means seeing magical images in a reflective medium, such as a crystal ball, mirror, or natural source of inspiration like fire, water or clouds. The word "scry," derived from the Anglo-Saxon word descry, means to "perceive dimly." Scrying in shiny surfaces has been practiced in almost every culture and time, not only by mystics, clairvoyants and magicians, but also by every girl who has gazed into a mirror and hoped to see her lover's face in the glass. Though it is one of the most ancient ways of predicting the future, scrying is as relevant today as when our distant ancestors gazed into pools by moonlight to locate the herds - it does not conflict with modern scientific knowledge or psychology. Scrying the Secrets of the Future offers practical, hands-on guidance to using a wide variety of methods from many cultures and ages—from Ancient Egypt, the Aztecs and Mayans, and Classical Greece and Rome to Medieval European magicians, village wise women and 21st century coffee-shop divination. Discussion of each method includes its history and cultural background, traditional practices, and how to adapt these techniques to the needs of the modern world and everyday decision making.

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