The Magical Art of Wiccan Psychism

by Lady Passion

Traditional Types

Accurately hearing future events, spirit Beings, or others' thoughts; manifests like radio sound.
"Knowing" future events; manifests as sudden, inexplicable, reliable foreknowledge.
Seeing future events; often manifests as visions "behind the eyes" or like TV images.
Feeling, affecting, or assuming others' emotional state in the absence of verbal verification.
Precognitive dreams
Predicting future events through information received in dreamstate.
Predicting future events in either a conscious or trance state; prophet may not be aware of their sayings while this is occurring (for example Edgar Cayce, the sleeping prophet).
Touching an object and relating visual or emotional impressions or factual data about the object and its user or owner.
Remote diagnosis and healing
Diagnosing or treating a person in their absence, and without prior medical information; frequently accomplished over vast distances.
Remote viewing
Seeing and describing current people, places, or events from vast distances.
Working with Familiars
A form of psychism whereby the witch communicates non-verbally with an animal, successfully inclining it to accomplish a magical task; may involve remote viewing by the witch through the animal's eyes.



Note Well: Results are not discussed or confirmed until after all the exercises have been completed.

Transmitting and Receiving

  1. Two group members sit comfortably with backs touching.
  2. One acts as a transmitter, holding and concentrating on an object the other can't see. Receiver writes their impressions.
  3. They trade functions several times.
  1. Transmitter concentrates on an image in their mind they have written down, attempting to transmit the thought to the Receiver.
  2. Receiver records their impression.
  3. They then trade functions.


HPs or HP gathers objects together that the group is unfamiliar with, testing their ability to receive accurate impressions regarding the objects' uses or origins by having the group touch or handle them.

Remote viewing

  1. One person leaves sight of the group, holds and concentrates hard on an object, acting as transmitter.
  2. Group attempts first to receive quietly as centered or tranced individuals, writing down their impressions.
  3. Then they try as a group to identify the object, by giving their impressions one by one until consensus is reached.
  4. Each group member may take a turn at transmitting and receiving to identify their particular ability.

Remote diagnosis

  1. One transmitter writes down identifying data about someone they know with a particular medical problem unknown to the group.
  2. Transmitter concentrates on the physical features, body sensations, and medical problem.
  3. Group, as individuals, write down their impressions of the problem, and try to arrive at a diagnosis or treatment.
  4. Group then tries to arrive at the answer until consensus is reached.

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Latest update: 25 Dec. 1996