scryer


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scryer

(ˈskraɪə)
n
(Alternative Belief Systems) a person who scries
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For these sessions he needed a helper, a scryer, whom he found in the person of Edward Kelley, a strange and exalted alchemist and possibly a parasite.
You are secret psi-agent Nick Scryer, who has to lose his memory to infiltrate a group of baddies and, of course, all his abilities.
You play secret psi-agent and crew cut lover Nick Scryer.
As scryer, Richard raises not only the "shadow" ("illusory image"; "actor"; "spectral form, phantom" [OED]) of his sorrow but the two other shadows or doubles of kingship-treachery also conjured by the critics: the two illusory kings onstage.
He is a scryer, studying crystals to find the destiny of the cosmos, the rhythm by which everything--pond, loon, human--moves.
The author loses his balance only in overemphasizing Dee's six-year sojourn on the continent, in and around the court of Rudolph II, and his turbulent relationship with his notorious scryer, Edward Kelley.
In the first place, there is the remarkable range of topics that Dee engaged in works that include the Propaedeumata aphoristica (1558), devoted to astrology as an "Arte Mathematicall," the Monas hieroglyphica (1564), whose central symbol, the "real kabbalah," would make possible the unification of all knowledge, the Mathematicall Praeface (1570), affirming the value of mathematics and experimentation in the study of nature, and Dee's account of the angelic conversations (1582-89), during which the prelapsarian language of Adam was revealed to himself and his scryer Edward Kelley.