It's a form of divination where you let candle wax drip in a pool of water and you interperate the droppings and globs in the water. It's pretty straight forward when you go about actually doing it. It's been a long time since I've done it so I'm pretty rusty.
Re: Ceromancy meanings? By: WhiteRav3n / Knowledgeable May 06, 2015
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It's a form of scrying. Once you learn to scry one thing, you can scry anything. I would suggest practicing with clouds and tea leaves. They are easiest. There are many books on reading tea leaves. The state of mind necessary is the same instructed in crystal ball scrying, although books on other forms of scrying tend to omit that step of mental preparedness. A light trance is absolutely necessary.