During the 19th century, many designs were used in creating the perfect
seer device. One such device, which would provide its user with insight into
the past, future, the higher self, allow conversing with the Guardian of the Veil and finally assist
the occultist in merging with the universal consciousness, was the oval concave
black mirror. As previously mentioned, by Professor Lindgren, the magic mirror has an
interesting history. Perhaps the very first book, I read on the field was by an occultist named L. W. (Lauron William) de Laurence. In one of these texts, de Laurence mentioned the creation of a magic mirror which could be made with a special convexo-concave glass, turpentine and a bituminiferous substance. In this process de Laurence used three coats of the black tar like substance.
Although the de Laurance mirror may have been beneficial to certain proven clairvoyants, I
personally, after many years of research and design, do not believe it to be beneficial to the average seeker. The follow design, which I have perfected over many years, will work in most cases and is a wonderful tool for teaching the beginner and a divine implement to allowing the advanced Neophyte or Adept to advance even further into the realm of the real yet unseen. Mirrors take three months to build and consists of 20 steps. A full copy of the process will be provided on request at [email protected]