A mirror and three hairs from the crown of the head of an impressionable, nervous and sensitive woman must be placed in the bottom of a container with water. Then, the magician has to fixedly stare at the woman to whom he has to imperiously say: “Look, be well aware. Here, over this mirror is the image of (say here the name of the person who is going to be seen).”
Thus, the sensitive woman will do it, and she will see the desired person. If it is commanded, she will even see what the person is doing in that given moment.
The magician must magnetize the sensitive woman; yet, he must not hypnotize her, because hypnotism is black magic. The operator must invoke the Angel Anael, so that the Angel can help him in this work. If quicksilver is added to the water, then the result will be more effective.
The experiment will be performed within a dark room. A lit candle must be placed next to the container. It is convenient to smoke the room with frankincense and to conjure the evil entities with the Conjuration of the Four, as noted in the section entitled “Cases of Psychic Obsession.” The sign of the Pentagram must be placed inside the room on the floor, at the door’s entrance, as shown in the figure on page 53, in order to frighten away the infernal demons.
The woman for this type of work must be young, nervous, sensitive, and of a thin constitution. Heavy women are not suitable for this experiment. Thus, not all women are apt for certain psychic experiments.
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