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Any reflective surface may be used for scrying, however many folk prefer the black mirror as their link to the moonlit sea, their window to the other realm.

Mirror scrying is an evolved form of water scrying. When mirrors were first produced they were regarded as being like water that was fixed into one place. This link with the water has lead mirrors to be seen as the windows or doorways to the other realm.

The use of black mirrors for scrying can be traced back over the centuries to such folk as Edward Kelley and John Dee.

Our mirrors are made of concave glass. Glass was readily available to the Celts and Anglo-Saxons. They are backed with felt, which was also prevalent at the time of our ancestors. they are 4” (10cm) in diameter. They come with a small black stand and a scroll of instructions, should you choose to read them. It is important to keep the surface as shiny as possible to achieve clear visions.

Scrying mirror