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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.
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In the Elizabethan imagination, mirrors were associated with three specific kinds of popular contemporary magic: the scryer's summoning of spirits; the cunning man or wizard's diagnosis of witchcraft or identification of witches; and the wizard's "magical thief-detection" by which he could show clients the identity of persons responsible for stealing their property.
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.