Unlike most divinatory art methods that sometimes use complex tools to predict the future, encromancia uses only a sheet of paper, ink and a pen. It is a technique very frequently used to reveal the personality traits of the person who uses it or to predict his future. Is this seemingly very simple technique really reliable? What is its origin and how does it work?
The origins of encrusted
It was at the beginning of the 20th century in France that she made a real appearance with the publication by a French clairvoyant of a book that recounts her life and her work. By her real name Angèle, this French psychic was well known by the name Luce Divi and especially for the divinatory art she practiced. She was actually a chiromancienne (the one who possesses the art of reading the future between the lines of the hand) very frequented of the nobility. But one day, she had a vision in which she saw herself crushing ink stains on a sheet of paper and then, watching closely, finds that the sheet reveals the shape of a wounded angel. Following this vision, she undertook a series of experiments on the method. For several years, she worked to study the symbols of images, to compare them to the results obtained in order to ensure the reliability of this new art. It is these long years of rigorous research, experiments and results that she codified in a book she published at the beginning of the 20th century. This is how encromancia was born.
How does encrusted?
Encromancia involves reading a person's future through ink stains scattered across a sheet of paper using a pen. Once these tasks are dispersed, they form drawings that the encromancien interprets. It is a rather special divinatory art. While other methods for predicting the future use tools completely outside the one to whom preaching is to be made (the tarot, the numbers), encrusted for its part creates a close link between the person and the tools used. Indeed, for a fair interpretation of the symbols, the inkjets must be made by the consultant preferably. This is because these ink stains would represent a direct reflection or extension of the consultant's personality. Similarly, it is a technique that you can also practice alone at home if you master the symbolism of the drawings or if you have a dictionary of symbols. However, it is often advisable to have an encromancie specialist assist you for a more accurate interpretation.
Frequent symbols in encrumancia and their interpretation
Several symbols can appear to you during the practice of encromancia. However, there are some that are common and are a marker that makes it easier for you to interpret tasks. These include: an anchor (renewal), rings (attachment), a tree (resistance, power and stability), a scale (harmony, balance), a hat (protection), a star (symbol of success), a flame (passion, fervor), lips (eroticism, physical attraction), a wheel (luck), the triangle (solidity, protection). However, you must especially count on your current feeling and have a great deal of confidence in your ability to interpret.
In short, like many divinatory arts, you can do your own consultation at home. However, the multiplicity of symbols and the subtlety of their interpretations depending on the situation, suggests consulting a specialist for more serious questions.