Second Years Guide to Ace Divination: A Study Guide
This book is intended for all who need a quick study reference guide for DIV-201. It has a glossary of terms & its appropriate meanings for the entire course. Each chapter is based on a lesson; where it won't go into grave detail, but will give you the necessary components to study for upcoming tests & assignments. This does not include mid-term & final exams. All detailed information about each topic is in your official lessons with the Professor. DO NOT COPY AS IT IS PLAGIARISM!
Lesson Seven: Altars & Other Spaces Study Guide
Altars & Spaces
A Specific Altar ⊱ These altars pay attention to a specific type of reading, such as using a colored altar cloth or crystals to aid your mindset for the reading.
A Mobile Altar ⊱ These altars are for travelling & have the bare minimum. The cloth is usually used from the cloth the deck is wrapped around.
No Altar ⊱ Some do not use altars, as it may feel right for them. By using this method, you may feel more comfortable in your surroundings instead of being distracted.
Larger Spaces ⊱ Some have an entire building, such as their home, tailored for readings. They are able to cleanse their space from another's magic & use as many herbs & crystals as they wish. They choose a calm atmosphere.
Accoutrements ⊱ Cloths prevent the deck from being ruined & cloths that come in patterns & colors aid in concentrating on readings. Cloths can be wrapped around the deck or used as a cloth table.
A Divinatory Atmosphere
An Open Mind ⊱ willing to see everything, including the negative aspects
Tranquility ⊱ be peaceful, listen to your Inner Eye
Faith & Respect ⊱ appreciate you deck, almost like willpower when casting a spell
Focus ⊱ be aware of your readings, do not be distracted by things around you
Gemstones & Herbs
⊱ African Violet
⊱ Do not do readings if you don't have the full deck.
⊱ Smaller gemstones may be used & carried in a pouch. Herbs is rarely used when travelling due to it being ruined by the gemstones.
⊱ Most cloths are made of cotton, silk, & polyester.
⊱ White is the most common altar cloth because it is not distracting while doing a reading.