“The Psychic Circle has been a bountiful source of joy, wisdom, and creative inspiration for us. It has enabled our ‘psychic circle’ of friends to have lots of fun and given us all much food for thought. It is our sincere wish that you and your friends also find the quality of your lives to be enriched by your sessions with The Psychic Circle.” – Amy Zerner and Monte Farber
For over a century, various forms of talking boards have been used all over the world, with the Ouija board probably the most well-known. Especially popular in Europe and the United States, these talking boards have been employed using simple items such as shot glasses and writings on paper. Others have been beautifully hand-crafted using various magical themes.
One such modern talking board is The Psychic Circle created by Amy Zerner and Monte Farber, the foremost designers of award-winning personal guidance systems. Unlike plain, old-fashioned boards, this enchanting Magical Message Board features colorful artwork and a myriad of symbols. Old-style talking boards usually contained just the letters of the alphabet and Yes, No, Maybe. For those seeking guidance, the watching and waiting often proved fatiguing. However, because The Psychic Circle depicts an abundance of symbols and glyphs, more information is available at your (literal) fingertips! Using the Magical Message Indicator (often known as a planchette), one or more individuals place their fingertips upon the Indicator, ask a question, and then await a message from Spirit. Because of the many symbols and words on the Psychic Circle, insightful and accurate information can be conveyed in a shorter amount of time compared to the older style boards.
Here are the symbols depicted on this attractive talking board:
•The four directions (E, W, N, S) •The four elements (Fire, Water, Air, Earth) •The 12 signs of the Zodiac •Numbers 0-9 •Letters A-Z •Eleven colors •The Ring of Planets (Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, North and South Nodes) •The Ring of Words (20 words such as Yes, No, Maybe, Close, Wait, Hello, Open, and Look) •The Ring of Pictures (8 pictorial symbols: Artist Palette, Cupid’s Heart, Yin/Yang, The Crying Eye, 4 Leaf Clover/Dice, Bags of Gold, Hot Air Balloon and Guardian Angel) A large 30 page glossy booklet accompanies the Psychic Circle, providing symbol keywords as well as detailed information on the various meanings of each symbol, how to conduct a session, and how to interpret symbol combinations. For example, the Crying Eye can mean sadness, loss, regret, pain, unpleasantness, release, and overwhelming emotions. The Hot Air Balloon can represent rising above a situation, gaining perspective, removing yourself, look at the big picture, and travel.
When asking for further guidance about one of the Ring if Pictures (such as the Hot Air Balloon), you must ask the Psychic Circle which of the Four Elements applies. Detailed interpretations for all 8 pictorial symbols combined with each of the Four Elements is also given. For example, The Artist Palette combined with Air indicates the idea of creativity. However, this picture combined with Water would indicate the emotion of creativity.
Explanations for each planetary body are also given, such as advice on how to act, how to pace yourself, and the stage of your action cycle.
There’s even a section titled Tricks of the Trade which gives you special tricks for interpreting Guidance. “Q” often means “ask a question”, and “Y” often means “why?”, for example. Bags of Gold combined with the Earth element means real estate, while Other/Venus can indicate another lover or another woman.
If you’ve always wanted to try out a talking board but found other boards too daunting or spooky in appearance, The Psychic Circle is a vibrant, user-friendly alternative. Rich in both color and symbolic information, this Magical Message Board can convey both profound, mystical messages as well as practical, everyday Guidance.
Personally, I’ve not had any success with talking boards (the planchette won’t move!), but that doesn’t mean it won’t work for you—especially if you’re eager to use this method of divination.
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