Focal Person – Someone who is the object poltergeist activities Fohat – Sanskrit term for a vital elusive force which is the catalyst for the creation the universe The term was also adopted into the movement Theosophy as the “Great Transformer.” In science it is equated to atomic energy Fortean Phenomenon – Named after researcher and writer Charles Fort; naturally occurring strange phenomenon that is not definable by science Tasseomancy – Also known as tasseography and kypomancy a divination that uses tea leaves cfee grounds or wine sediments to make predictions (Read more.) Telekinesis – Also known as psychokinesis the ability to move objects with the mind’s energy Lucid Dreaming – The awareness that one is in a dream state while one is asleep (Read more.) BACK TO TOP M Magic – Mysterious parlor tricks slight hand and illusions as performed by a magician for entertainment Personal Year Number – Used in numerology this calculation numbers provides a snapshot the upcoming or past calendar years It is based on the date birth and the year in question (Read more.) Phasm – A ghost apparition phantom or spirit Phasmophobia – An overwhelming fear ghosts Receiver – A parapsychology term used in the study psi — an individual who obtains information from someone else through telepathy (Read more.) Reflexology – A type massage technique that is performed on the feet hands or ears Applying pressure to those specific areas creates healing in the corresponding organs Planchette – Used with a Ouija board it is a small heart-shaped piece wood or plastic with gliders on it so it moves smoothly across the board It may contain a small scribing instrument (pen) in the middle to facilitate automatic writing (See Ouija board and Automatic Writing) Podomancy – Also known as solistry or pedomancy; a form divination that reveals the characteristics an individual based on the lines and shapes the feet Wax Reading – A divination that interprets candle wax residue to predict future outcomes in two ways: 1 A candle is burnt down to its end and the wax that drips and hardens down the sides the candle into a particular shape is intuitively interpreted 2 Melted wax from a burning candle is poured into a bowl cool water to harden The shape the hardened wax is intuitively interpreted Wheel the Year – From Wicca the eight Sabbats or Sabbaths that correlate with the cycles the Earth (Read more.) Second Sight – Also known as clairvoyance; the ability to see spirits from the other side through the mind’s eye (Read more.) Seer – Someone who obtains information from visions or dreams and does not necessarily have psychic abilities In biblical references it refers to someone who receives messages from prophets and angels Google translate english to urdu is liked by everyone As google fers simultaneous translation english words sentences paragraphs and documents into urdu You just need to type english word or phrase at left column and as you type you will see results will be shown at right column Although its not 100% accurate but best than others In Pakistan there is also a craze learning english language and course people look for online dictionaries for meaning difficult words keeping this in mind we have worked hard to write english words and their meaning in urdu at English to Urdu Translation Binaural Beats – An accelerated meditation technique and brainwave entrainment technology that uses two different sound frequencies played in each ear through headphones to create binaural tones and trick the brain into producing specific frequencies These frequencies put the brain into a deep relaxed state These beats can be masked with music or white noise (See Monaural Beats and Isochronic Tones) Biorythym – A calculation bodily sequences that influence our physical mental and emotional states T Talisman – An object such as a ring or a stone that is believed to bring good luck or have magical powers (See Amulet) Tamas Guna – In Ayurvedic medicine one the three mental states that affect an individual’s world view (Read more.) Zoomancy – A divination that studies the behavior or appearance zoo animals BACK TO TOP Join our FB Fan page! Join our FB Fan page! Earthbound Spirit – A deceased person’s soul whose energy lingers in the physical world and has not yet crossed over into the spiritual realm These spirits stay earthbound for various reasons (Read more.) Ectoplasm – A shapeless usually white material which exudes from the orifices a medium’s body while in trance Because it usually happens in a dimly lit room or is shown in a photograph there is little scientific evidence the substance and some consider it. Cayce Edgar – (1877 – 1945) An American psychic and one the most documented psychics the 20th century He has been called the “father holistic medicine” and the “sleeping prophet.” His psychic readings span the following topics: health-related information; philosophy and reincarnation; dreams and dream interpretation; ESP and psychic phenomena; and spiritual growth meditation and prayer Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) the nonprit organization founded by him in 1931 gives access to the entire set Cayce’s 14,306 readings in a database on their website Zombie – Associated with voodoo; an animated corpse also referred to as the “walking dead.” Herbs potions and poisonous fish organs were unknowingly given to victims and used to create the illusion their deaths by slowing down their vital organs to an undetectable range As the poison wore f the person would emerge from the ground or place they were laid to rest groggy and disoriented — appearing soulless and as if risen from the dead This effect would scare others into believing the power the spells and the supernatural forces at work within the individual casting them Astrology – The study the positions and movements the sun moon planets and stars and how they deeply affect the world and influence events That information is used to predict the future and distinguish personality traits relative to a person’s date birth There are three main types astrology: Western Chinese and Vedic Athame – A Wiccan ritual tool a dagger (Read more.) Séance – A gathering ten lead by a psychic or medium at which people try to contact spirits who have crossed over to the other side A lighted séance is different from one held in the dark At times questions are first written down and the medium answers them with the alleged help a spirit guide the questioner’s spirit guides or the departed loved ones (Read more.) Tantra – Ancient Hindu and Buddhist doctrines that teach ways to achieve inner peace and harmony and harness personal energy using mind and body exercises Tantric teachings are ten equated with sexuality; however they cover a much broader base Taoism – The word “tao” means “way.” It is an ancient Chinese spiritual philosophy that is sometimes described as “the way water” as it embodies the flowing fluid strength water A well-known Taoist teaching is polarity in all things which is expressed as yin and yang It also incorporates the beliefs the connection between the physical world and the spirit world Zener Cards – Also knownas ESP Cards; a deck 25 cards made up different symbols — circle cross square star or wavy lines They were developed by perceptual psychologist Karl Zener and J B Rhine and are used to test Extrasensory Perception in individuals Evidential Psychic Medium – A psychic who gives direct evidence communication with those in the spirit world in the form specific names dates locations and details events (Read more.) Evil Eye – The ability to harm someone by glaring at them and raising one or both eyebrows Evoke – To conjure spirits or entities from the psychic realm Witch – Someone who uses spells and incantations for healing purposes All Wiccans are witches but not all witches practice Wicca (Read more.) Witchcraft – A spiritual ideology that promotes free will and thought recognizes the connection between the Earth and Nature and the divinity all living things Spells reinforce healing love and balance (Read more.) Astral Aura – The fourth level the human aura that represents a bridge to the spirit world and is a doorway to the astral plane (Read more.) Astral Body – After the physical body dies this is the body in which you exist within the astral plane Holistic – In medicine,a modality that treats illness by taking into account the whole person which includes any psychological and emotional issues rather than just treating the physical symptoms (Read more.) Homeopathy – An alternative medicine therapy that was founded on the idea that the body has the ability to heal itself It uses small doses of mineral botanical and biological substances in the healing process The theory is that if a substance produces certain symptoms in a healthy individual then giving the patient a lesser diluted dose of the same substance will cure the symptom (Read more.) Spirit World – The realm in which the souls humans and animals exist after crossing over from the physical world Spiritualism – A belief in the continuation life and the existence a spirit world Its practice involves connecting with your higher self which allows you to communicate or receive guidance from the heavens (Read more.) Residual Haunting – Repeated images or sounds a ghost that previously resided in a place in the physical world but is no longer actually there No interaction takes place with the living (Read more.) Retrocognition – Also known as postcognition the ability to see events that have taken place in the past Tarot cards have become extremely popular in Japan where hundreds new decks have been designed in recent years 
Spiritualist – A person who believes in spiritualism has a deep respect for nature and all that is believed to come from the heavens Spirit Writing – (See Automatic Writing) Chiromancy – A form divination that is performed by reading the lines on a person’s palms and hands (Read more.) Choir – Groups angels with specific duties that fit into the three triads the angelic realm (See Triads) Chromotherapy – Also known as color therapy it is a vibrational healing modality that uses light and color to revitalize negative energies in our body mind and spirit Head Line – In palmistry it is a major line on the palm that reveals mental and psychological makeup and intellectual development and intuitive abilities (Read more.) Healer – Someone who uses medicine herbs energy faith or psychic abilities to alleviate maladies within the body aura or chakras (Read more.) Kirlian Photography – A method photography that copies electromagnetic fields unto photographic paper It was discovered by S.D & V Kirlian from the Soviet Union Kirlian photographs are used to prove that there is an aura or life-force energy surrounding living objects Kojiki – Also known as the “Record Ancient Masters;” the oldest existing manuscript in Japan It is a collection myths songs and poems regarding the origin the four islands Japan and the Kami (a Japanese word for natural forces spirits or deity in the Shinto faith) Incarnate –To become human from a spirit existence Rascette Lines – Also known as the Bracelet Lines In palmistry these are minor lines on the wrist that are indications longevity health destiny and prosperity (Read more.) Reading – The information and predictions imparted to someone from a psychic either in a group or a one-on-one session Fortune Telling – A divination used to predict future events Free Will – The ability to choose a particular course action when given multiple alternatives BACK TO TOP G Gaia – Also spelled Gaea the term is from Greek mythology meaning the Goddess earth Mandala – A Sanskrit term meaning “circle.” It is usually a circular-shaped symbol that is used as imagery and a focus for the chakras meditation yoga and healing The designs vary depending on cultural or personal preference Mantra – A word sound or syllable that is repeated frequently so that a deeper meditative state or spiritual awareness can be achieved Psi-Kappa – A category study in parapsychology which refers to the ability to affect something or move objects using nonphysical methods such as in telekinesis and psychic healing Psychic – An individual who has supernatural and varied abilities to sense things or access facts with little or no pervious knowledge Not all psychics are mediums but all mediums are psychic Sixth Sense – A term encompassing all forms extrasensory perception (ESP) Skepticism – A state in which the mind is closed f and doubts or questions things; sometimes this state can obscure the truth Bolomancy or Belomancy – A divination that uses arrows One method is done by attaching three feathers to an arrow with the phrases “It is allowed,” “It is forbidden” and one that is blank Which feather is up after it is shot into the air and lands determines the direction one should take If the blank arrow turns up an arrow is shot again Another way to use the arrows with messages is to put them in a pack worn on someone’s back The one the three arrows is randomly pulled to determine the answer (See Belomancy) Coven – A formal gathering witches in which rituals and traditions are practiced (Read more.) Crisis Apparition – An apparition that appears before a major crisis accident or death as a warning the impending incident It can be in the image a living or dead person One the earliest reference to Tarot triumphs and probably the first reference to Tarot as the devil's picture book is given by a Dominican preacher in a fiery sermon against the evils the devil's instrument. References to the Tarot as a social plague continue throughout the 16th and 17th centuries but there are no indication that the cards were used for anything but games anywhere other than in Bologna. As Dummett (1980: 96) notes " it was only in the 1780s when the practice fortune-telling with regular playing cards had been well established for at least two decades that anyone began to use the Tarot pack for cartomancy."
N Nadi – Energy channel within the body (See Meridian) Nagomancy – Also known asnecromancy; a divination where conjuring or communicating with spirits are used to predict the future Some practices involve the disinterment a dead body Moody Raymond M.D Ph.D – (1944 – present) Creator the modern-day psychomanteum and author numerous books on near-death experiences a term he coined in 1975 (Read more.) Mysticism – Specific practices texts traditions and experiences aimed at human transformation and knowledge the divine This concept is present within all ancient and current cultures BACK. Divine Energy – Energy derived from holy or higher vibrating spirits Used in many aspects healing shamanism and psychic abilities Divining Rod – Tool used in dowsing It is a Y- or L-shaped tree branch used to locate water buried metals gemstones oil and graves It can also be made metal wire or plastic Doppelganger – German for “double walker;” a ghostly double a living person that haunts that person; believed to be an omen death if one was ever to see this apparition Unstructured Psychic Reading – A reading in which the psychic medium uses psychic abilities to reveal information about your feelings emotions and relationships The psychic has the ability to connect with people who have passed as well as with people who are currently playing an important role in your life (Read more.) Uraeus – A dot on the forehead representative the “third eye.” BACK TO. Vortex – A funnel-shaped portal or passageway that allows energy and other phenomena from another dimension to travel to and from the physical world They have no physical or time restraints and are composed energy and light BACK TO. Life Path Number – One the most important numbers in numerology divination; the sum your birth date which reflects the traits you are born with and take with you throughout your life path journey Lightworker – Any person who brings Divine light to the Earth and who is focused on reconnecting and transforming the higher self for the good mankind The following is a comparison the order the trumps up to and including the A.E Waite deck This table is based on Dummett (1980) and actual inspection the relevant decks.[original research?] Birth chart – Also known as a natal chart or horoscope/astrological chart that calculates the positions the stars and planets based on the date time and place birth for the purpose gaining insights into a person’s personality traits and life path Black Magic – The use magic to cast a spell with the intent to harm others In 1887 the Marquis Stanislas de Guaita met the amateur artist Oswald Wirth (1860-1943) and subsequently sponsored a production Lévi's intended deck Guided entirely by de Guaita Wirth designed the first neo-occultist cartomantic deck (and first cartomantic deck not derived from Ettielle's Egyptina deck) Known as the Arcanes du Tarot kabbalistique it consisted only the twenty-two major arcana.[jargon] Rune – A divination used to predict the future using stones etched with characters from an ancient Germanic alphabet (Read more.) Runecarver – Also known as a runemaster; someone who is a specialist at making runestones Entity – An unexplainable energy that can take many forms but may or may not have an attachment to a human or animal spirit ESP Cards – Also known asZener Cards; a deck 25 cards made up different symbols — circle cross square star or wavy lines They were developed by perceptual psychologist Karl Zener and J B Rhine and are used to test extrasensory perception in individuals (Read more.) Bach Flower Remedies – An alternative medicine therapy that uses specific flower essences to alleviate negative emotions In the 1930s an English physician named Dr Edward Bach used his own psychic connections to specific flowers to formulate his cures for a wide range emotional conditions (Read more.) Banshee – A Gaelic term referring to a screaming female spirit usually seen as an omen death Automatic Writing – Sometimes referred to as “spirit writing” or trance writing it is a form channeling and divination It is the act putting pen to paper and automatically and spontaneously producing writings or drawings without forethought or prior knowledge what to write or draw The writing can flow from a person’s subconscious mind; however most ten the spirit is given permission to send messages through the writer who at the time is in a meditative or trance state being The belief in the divinatory meaning the cards is closely associated with a belief in their occult properties: a commonly held belief in the 18th century propagated by prominent Protestant clerics and freemasons.:96 One them was Court De Gébelin (see below). Mentalist – Also known as a mind reader; someone who appears to be highly intuitive or psychic (see Intuition) The technique involves the prior study of people’s facial expressions muscle and eye movements and body language Most people exhibit these same patterns and this fact helps the mentalist predict what someone is thinking or is about to do A mentalist usually entertains for a group audience (See Mentalism Cold Reading) Crystal Ball – A divination tool that is a round sphere made crystal or glass used in scrying Crystallomancy — A scrying divination that uses a crystal ball to receive messages and predictions Cingulum – A Wiccan ritual tool a cord worn around the waist that can also signify the different degrees learning within the religion (Read more.) Circle – Group people attending a séance Clairalience – The ability to smell scents from the spirit world or from those who are not physically nearby Ketheric Template – The seventh layer the human aura that surrounds and holds together all the aura layers (Read more.) Ki – Taken from Japanese medicine and philosophy the life-force energy that flows through all living things (See chi prana.) Bardo – An in-between state being after death and before reincarnation according to Tibetan Buddhist belief Barnum Effect– Named after the showman P.T Barnum known for his famous circuses A technique performed by pseudo-psychics that exploits people’s gullibility to believe that a series random all-encompassing and vague statements have personal meaning for them even though they apply to many people The effect then gives the illusion that the pseudo-psychic has real supernatural powers The actual source the occult Tarot can be traced to two articles in volume eight one written by himself and one written by M le C de M.***  The second has been noted to have been even more influential than Gebelin's. The author takes De Gebelin's speculations even further agreeing with him about the mystical origins the Tarot in ancient Egypt but making several additional and influential statements that continue to influence mass understanding the occult tarot even to this day. He: Smudge Stick – Originally used by Native American Shaman it is a bundle dry herbs (white sage is the most common) or other plants leaves and incense sticks tied together with string and burned The scents from the burned smudge stick facilitate spiritual cleansing clear negative energy or an entity create harmony and are used in meditation and for medicinal purposes An alternative to burning a smudge stick is the use a scented spray which is just as effective Snake Cult – Ancient culture that worshiped snakes Superstition – A deep belief or practice that is not based on scientific fact but rather on the supernatural a fear or an idea that have been passed down through generations and/or culturally More ten than not superstitions are associated with bad luck Counteracting their effect is done by avoiding certain actions or using amulets or tokens to ward f evil (Read more.) Synchronicity – Two or more events either occurring together or taking place at different times that are separately unrelated; however these events do have significance and meaning and an underlying connectedness when put together BACK. Archangel – The highest-ranking angel; messenger the divine and protector humans Arithmancy – A divination done by interpreting the significance numbers that was the precursor to numerology Aromatherapy – The practice using aromatic plant extracts in the form essential oils to revitalize and restore health (Read more.) Deity – A supernatural force regarded as divine; worshipped for its powers with respect to control over the world or some aspect life Most commonly assigned a human or animal appearance Déjà Vu – A French phrase meaning “already seen.” It is the experience having the feeling that you have been in an exact situation or place before It was coined by Emile Boirac a French psychic researcher (Read more.) Dematerialization – The vanishing physical objects (See apport). Clairvoyance – Also known as “clear seeing,” the ability to see spirits from the other side through the mind’s eye It also refers to the ability to obtain information about a person place or event without the use the five human senses (Read more.) Cleansing – To remove negative forms energies Back TO TOP O Occult – The magical mystical supernatural hidden beliefs practices or occurrences beyond the scope science Oionoscopy – Also known as an ancient divination that interprets the flight patterns behaviors and songs birds History[Edit] The article on Tarot gives full details the history Tarot cards as game-playing cards. Lévi rejected Court de Gébelin's claims about an Egyptian origin the deck symbols going back instead to the Tarot de Marseille calling it The Book Hermes claiming it was antique that it existed before Moses and that it was in fact a universal key erudition philosophy and magic that could unlock Hermetic and Cabbalistic concepts According to Lévi "An imprisoned person with no other book than the Tarot if he knew how to use it could in a few years acquire universal knowledge and would be able to speak on all subjects with unequaled learning and inexhaustible eloquence." Pedomancy – Also known as podomancy and solistry an fshoot palmistry a divination that reads the lines on the feet and the shape and orientation the toes to reveal personality strengths and weaknesses Each toe on either the right or left foot indicates a separate meaning Ayurveda – From the Sanskrit terms “ayus,” meaning life and “veda,” meaning science or knowledge An ancient Indian health care method based on the mind body and spirit (Read more.) BACK TO TOP B Ba – Ancient Egyptian belief that a person’s soul is eternal Medium – A person who can communicate with humans or animals who have passed on to the other side and who has knowledge the living who surround a person’s life These abilities can be present at birth or surface later in life through a traumatic experience or illness Mediumship – Communication with humans and animals who have passed to the spirit world Emotional Aura – The second layer the human aura that holds emotions and feelings (Read more.) Empath – A person who experiences and feels another person’s emotions (Read more.) Energy – Positive or negative vibrations which exude from the earth people spirits or the universe as a whole Fairy – A large variety supernatural creatures that may be good or bad (See Elementals) Face Reading – Also known as physiognomy (Read more.) Faith Healing – A type healing that utilizes prayer and faith in God or a Divine power Tarot Spread — The order in which tarot cards are laid out for a reading There are many types variations and number cards used Specific spreads are used for particular inquiries (Read more.) Tasseography – Also known as tasseomancy and kypomancy a divination that uses tea leaves cfee grounds or wine sediments to make predictions (Read more.) Acupressure – An ancient Chinese alternative medicine therapy that uses gentle but firm pressure with the fingers and thumb on specific points on the body to stimulate the flow chi (life-force energy) through the meridians Used for pain relief and to heal physical and emotional problems (Read more.) Paganism — A diverse spiritual way life that is derived from ancient religions that worship Nature Some groups worship deities others believe there is but one life-force energy Within paganism everyone follows a unique personal spiritual path Spiritual divinity is achieved through understanding the inner self and its relationship to nature Wicca is considered to be one form Paganism Hydromancy – A type scrying divination that uses the patterns and movements water to receive messages Hypnosis – A state consciousness that is induced and causes the loss control voluntary actions in a person yet leaves that person extremely responsive to suggestions or directions BACK TO. Grounding – To actively focus on one’s physical connection to the earth Useful for balancing when someone works within the psychic realm Guardian Angel – A protective angel to those in the physical world (Read more.) Demonic Haunting – A supernatural spirit who targets humans to harass or torment; believed to be a fallen angel (Read more.) Demonology – The study evil spirits Dendromancy – An ancient divination that interprets the smoke patterns burning Oak and Mistletoe Palmistry – Also known as chiromancy it is the study the hands and palms to reveal personality and longevity (Read more.) Paradigm Shift – A slow unseen metamorphosis that causes change from one way doing or thinking to another Paranormal – Events or phenomena that cannot be scientifically explained Crystal Therapy – An alternative medicine therapy that uses the spiritual and healing properties specific crystals to create balance and wellness within the mind body and spirit (Read more.) Curse – Words and objects containing energetic forces that are used to create some type magical occurrence BACK TO TOP D Exorcism – The act removing a demonic (demon) or negative force from a person or place Extrasensory Perception (ESP) – Phenomena in which information is acquired without using any the five physical senses (Read more.) Extraterrestrial – An object or being that is from beyond the Earth BACK TO. Acutomancy – A divination that uses pins and needles There are two types techniques One is tossing them on a flat surface and interpreting the patterns they form or placing symbols on them and putting them into a container and picking out one at a time and interpreting the meanings each symbol Affirmation – A positive formal declaration that is repeated out loud or in written form to rid oneself negative emotions and behaviors Poltergeist – The term comes from the German words “poltern,” which means to make noise and “geist,” which means ghost This it is a noisy ghost that likes to create havoc Portent – A warning sign or omen that something significant crucial or disastrous will occur Postcognition – See retrocognition Prana – Sanskrit term for breath; refers to the universal life-force energy Herbalism – Also known as botanical medicine; a holistic approach to medicine in the treatment physical and emotional problems based on the use plants and their extracts Herbalist – A person who grows or prepares different herbs used in the treatment physical and emotional conditions Hex – Words and objects containing energetic forces that are used to create some type magical occurrence Xylomancy – A divination using the patterns twigs tree branches or pieces wood that have fallen on the ground or are in one’s path to determine omens BACK TO TOP Y Yantra – A symbolic diagram used to assist in meditation Wearing or concentrating on a yantra is believed to bring spiritual astrological or magical benefits in the tantric tradition Indian religions Shapes and patterns associated with yantra include squares triangles circles and floral patterns; however there are more detailed specific symbols Structured Psychic Reading – A reading in which the psychic uses divination tools such as tarot cards; the lines bumps and markings on your palms head and other parts the body; rune stones; I-Ching coins; tea leaves; astrology birth charts; and numbers to name a few to give information and answers about your career relationships and past present and future events in your life (Read more.) Mental Telepathy — Also known as telepathy the ability to transfer and receive thoughts and feelings from one mind to another It is considered to be a form extra-sensory perception (ESP) There is no formal training for this ability and it is not limited to psychics Meridians – Channels in the body through which chi (life-force energy) flows to energize and sustain it The body has 12 meridians that are associated with a specific organ system and earth element Bobber – A dowsing tool; works like a horizontal pendulum but operates on a spring Deport – Paranormal disappearance an object out a secured area Discarnate – An entity not having a physical body Divination – The practice predicting the future and discovering unknown facts by using tools objects and supernatural means Divine – A term used to describe a celestial God or supreme being that can encompass all religions and have no attachment to a particular faith Cross Over – Also referred to as crossing over The point in time when a person or animal dies and they leave the physical world for the spirit world (Read more.) Crossing Over – The point in time when a human or animal leaves the physical world and enters the spirit world (Read more.) Cryptesthesia – A method paranormal perception such as clairvoyance. Pendulum – A divination tool used in dowsing that is usually attached to a string or chain; its movements determine answers to yes or no questions asked by the querent (Read more.) Radiesthesia – An fshoot dowsing that uses specially calibrated instruments to detect and locate the natural radiation waves and vibrations that are emitted from the earth elements objects and people as energies and auras Some believe that this knowledge energy fields can be useful in healing and in finding the cause and location diseases in individuals Rajas Guna – In Ayurvedic medicine one the three mental states that affect an individual’s world view (Read more.) Although the ancient Egyptian language had not yet been deciphered de Gébelin asserted the name "Tarot" came from the Egyptian words Tar "path" or "road" and the word Ro Ros or Rog meaning "King" or "royal" and that the Tarot literally translated to the Royal Road Life. Later Egyptologists found nothing in the Egyptian language to support de Gébelin's etymologies Despite this lack any evidence the belief that the tarot cards are linked to the Egyptian Book Thoth continues in modern urban legend to the present day. Mental Aura – The third layer the human aura that contains ideas thoughts and mental processes (Read more.) Mentalism — A technique in which a person (mentalist) uses different methods to appear highly intuitive or psychic This website fers english to urdu translation words If we look around online translation services then we find google translator and babylon translation are providing best and accurate stwares for this purpose. Tarot cards were originally used in games and are still used for that purpose in many parts Europe Solistry – Also known as pedomancy and podomancy; an fshoot palmistry; a divination that reads the lines on the feet and the shape and orientation the toes to reveal personality strengths and weaknesses Each toe on either the right or left foot indicates a separate meaning Sound Therapy – A modality that uses sound to harmonize the mind body and spirit Spirit – The energy that continues on after an individual or animal has passed away Spirits have the ability to appear as they were in life or in other forms and they can communicate with the living through dreams and by transferring their emotions to and through us Psychic Protection – The ability to block and remove unwanted energies that might attach to a person (Read more.) Psychic Realm – A term describing all that applies to the psychic domain Color Therapy – Also known as chromotherapy it is a vibrational healing modality that uses light and color to revitalize negative energies in our body mind and spirit Conjure – To summon a ghost or spirit using a magick ritual Consciousness – The part the mind that allows us to be aware ourselves and things outside ourselves Clairaudience – Also known as “clear hearing,” the ability to hear words and sounds from the spirit world Claircognizance – Also known as “clear knowing,” the ability to psychically know something without being told Clairgustance – The ability to psychically perceive tastes without actually tasting anything Vata Dosha – In Ayurvedic medicine one the three doshas (life forces) that regulates circulation heart rate breathing elimination and the mind (Read more.) Chakra – Sanskrit term for “spinning wheel.” Concept originated from Hindu medical practices and writings which describe whirling circular energy centers in the body that regulate physical and spiritual wellness There are seven major chakras each with a specific function: Root Sacral Solar Plexus Heart Brow (Third Eye) and Crown (Read more about hand and foot chakras and chakra alignment.) Telesthesia – Also spelled telaesthesia; sensations occurring in the body and appendages such as tingling itching throbbing or whistling in the ears which can signal thoughts distant people events that are happening and the knowledge certain objects This is done without the aid the regular five senses Tephramancy – A divination in which the ashes from a burned altar are interpreted Reiki Master – A Reiki teacher who has obtained the Master level Reiki attunement Reincarnation – A soul’s rebirth into a new physical body Relationship Lines – Also known as the Lines In palmistry these are minor lines that indicate life partners s and significant relationships in one’s life (Read more.) Pentacle – A circular amulet inscribed with a pentagram or other symbol worn as protection from evil In Wicca and Paganism the pentacle acts as a portal for a spirit to enter into the physical world The pentagram symbol used in a pentacle can invoke good or evil depending on its position Spirit Guide – Entity from the other side not necessarily a deceased relative who is assigned to us at birth to guide us through life and keep us on a certain path Usually from an ancient civilization a spirit guide can appear as an animaltotem a Native American Egyptian Asian Hindu or have no specific ethnic attachment Psychics and mediums generally refer to their guides by name and call on them when giving readings (Read more.) Etteilla also: Vayus – Sanskrit term for “vital winds;” the five categories prana Apana vayu: downward flowing energy within the torso removes that which is no longer vital to the body Prana vayu: upward flowing energy within the chest area continues the vitalization the life forces Samana vayu: an inward energy within the navel or stomach area aids in digestion and deciphers between those thoughts that are useful and those that are not Udana vayu: an outward energy within the throat area works with prana vayu to aid in breathing in and out Vyana vayu: coordinates energy flow throughout the various structures and systems throughout the body Pentagram – A 5-pointed star drawn with a single line that represents the five elements — earth air fire water and spirit However there have been other representations the points throughout history and the symbol dates back to 3500 BC When the single point a pentagram is in an upright position it signifies good When it is inverted and the two points are upright it signifies bad or evil Wraith – An apparition a living person or a person thought to be alive that appears around the time that person’s death BACK TO TOP X Xenoglossy – The ability a person to speak or write a language that has not been learned The phenomenon has been used as pro reincarnation because the only way a person would have knowledge a language not learned would be through a past life Isochronic Tones – A brainwave entrainment technology that uses consistent beats a single tone separated by silent intervals that turn on and f very rapidly (See Binaural Beats and Monaural Beats) BACK TO TOP J Target – A person place object or event that a remote viewer is called upon to reveal during a remote viewing session Runemaster – Also known as a runecarver; someone who is a specialist at making runestones Runestones – Small or large stones or pieces bone that are carved with Runic symbols BACK TO TOP S Sanskrit – A classical literary and religious language India and Hinduism After-Death Communication (ADC) – A phenomena in which the deceased contacts a living person Types ADCs reported include sensing a presence hearing a voice smelling a fragrance feeling a touch visions or physical signs and symbols (Read more.) Afterlife – The nonphysical world which we occupy when we are no longer physically alive “Eye-witness” accounts describing the afterlife from people who have had near-death experiences (NDEs) are well documented (Read more.) Knowing the importance English as a language modern era for communicating with others and learning different skills science computer space and technology We have also started learn english course The main feature this course is teaching Ghosts – From the German “geist,” or Old English “gast;” spirits dead people who may be loved ones watching over us tortured souls seeking justice for their untimely demise or murder or those that do not realize they have crossed over to the other side ten these spirits or spectres do not recognize that we exist in the physical world because they are focused on their own plane existence Amulet – A stone piece jewelry or a small charm that is believed to protect against harm evil disease or negativity It is considered to bring good luck (See talisman) Angel – A spiritual being light a messenger or guardian Animal communication – A telepathic communication between animals and humans (See telepathy) (Read more.) Intuition – The ability to know something without the use logic or conscious reasoning Knowledge gained by feeling not fact (Read more.) Intuition Line – In palmistry this is a minor line on the palm that reveals an individual with a highly sensitive intuition ten it is found on psychics and psychic mediums (Read more.) Telepathy – Also known as mental telepathy the ability to transfer and receive thoughts and feelings from one mind to another It is referred to as a sixth sense and is considered a form extra-sensory perception (ESP) There is no formal training for this ability and it is not limited to psychics (Read more.) Etheric Aura – Also known as the “health aura;” the first layer the human aura that reflects the physical body’s health and status (Read more.) Etheric Body – The area around you that contains your aura (Read more.) Sender – A parapsychology term used in the study psi — an individual who communicates or transmits information to someone else through telepathy (Read more.) Serendipity – The act finding something unexpectedly Psychomanteum – A psychomanteum is a small dark chamber used to facilitate communication with people who have passed on to the spirit realm Dr Raymond Moody pioneered the modern-day version that stemmed from ancient Greece (Read more.) Psychometry – The ability to pick up impressions visions thoughts or events relating to someone just by holding an object piece jewelry photograph or letter belonging to that person It is also known as clairtangency or clear touching (Read more.) BACK. Necromancy – Also known asnagomancy; a divination where conjuring or communicating with spirits are used to predict the future Some practices involve the disinterment a dead body New Age – A movement popularized in the late 1960s characterized by beliefs in spiritualism mysticism holism and environmentalism The New Age movement is not a religion it is an ideology and philosophy Numerology – A divination that examines the meanings numbers that coincide with your name and birth date (Read more.) Cleromancy – A divination given by casting runes dice or similar objects Coincidence – An extraordinary convergence events or experiences that have no apparent reason to occur together or in a sequence Cold Reading – A technique used by pseudo-psychics to deceive people The basic principle involves drawing out information from people without them realizing it is being done It makes it seem as though the individuals have true psychic abilities even though they do not Jinn – Supernatural beings appearing in Arab folklore and Islamic writings They can be good evil or benevolent (See Genie) Jin Shin Jyutsu® – An ancient oriental art bringing harmony to the life energy within the body through the gentle touch the hands onto 26 specific “safety energy locks.” It is a physio-philosophy that is said to predate Buddha and Moses In the early 1900s it was reintroduced by Master Jiro Murai after he recovered from a terminal illness The first to assign divinatory meanings to the Tarot cards were cartomancer Jean-Baptiste Alliette (also known as Etteilla) in 1783 and Mlle Marie-Anne Adelaide Lenormand (1776-1843). According to Dummett Etteilla: Shaman – A highly trained spiritual person who is obligated to uphold the rituals the community by acting as a mediator between the spirit world and the living Charged with the duty to appease the spirits by delivering gifts Shamanism – Communication with the spirit world to solve problems promote healing and balance and give predictions the future Buddhism – A widespread religion founded in Far East India in the 5th century B.C by Siddhartha Gautama Its basic teachings are that enlightenment can only be achieved by eliminating earthly pleasures and the idea self Enlightenment is known as nirvana and is achieved by following the Noble Eightfold Path a moral code with specific meditation rituals to transform the mind BACK TO TOP C I-Ching – An ancient Chinese philosophical text that is more than 3,000 years old It is also a divination that is used for predicting the future A reading is performed by casting three coins for a total six times each to create a set specific hexagrams whose meanings are interpreted from the text (Read more.) Incantation – Words put together to form a magic spell According to Dummett Lévis' notable contributions include: Gunas – In Ayurvedic medicine the three mental states mind that affect an individual’s world view: Sattva Rajas and Tamas (Read more.) BACK TO TOP H Haunting – An event that continually occurs where a ghost has taken up residence in the physical world Kypomancy – Also known as tasseomancy and tasseography a divination that uses tea leaves cfee grounds or wine sediments to make predictions BACK TO. Om – Also “aum;” the universal sound the creation all things Used as a start to Hindu mantras Omen – An occurrence that is seen as a sign good or evil Ophiuchus – From the Greek “serpent bearer;” the 13th zodiac sign reintroduced in 2011 Dates from the 4th century B.C Oracle – A source for answers by way prediction prophecy or precognition the future Psychic Surgery – A procedure whose practitioners claim to possess psychic powers and claim to use their bare hands to make an incision in another and supposedly remove diseased tissue and seemingly heal the wound It has been denounced and condemned as fraud by many countries It first appeared in spiritualistic groups in the Philippines and Brazil in the mid-1900s Psychic Vampire – Individuals who tends to constantly drain another their life-force energy They deplete one’s emotional physical spiritual and mental strength Psychokinesis (PK) – The power to move objects with the mind Belomancy – Also known as bolomancy a divination that uses arrows One method is done by attaching three feathers to an arrow with the phrases “It is allowed,” It is forbidden” and one that is blank Which feather is up after it is shot into the air and lands determines the direction one should take If the blank arrow turns up an arrow is shot again Another way to use the arrows with messages is to put them in a pack worn on someone’s back Then one the three arrows is randomly pulled to determine the answer Typtology – A method spirit communication in which the spirit moves tilts or knocks a table in order to produce tapping sounds in answer to questions (See Alphabetical Typtology.) BACK TO TOP U UFO – Unidentified flying object Ufology – The study unidentified flying objects Metaphysics – A branch philosophy dealing with such abstract concepts as being knowing time and space Mind’s Eye – To “see” with the mind; receiving visual mental imagery without actual visual stimuli Monaural Beats – A brainwave entrainment technology in which the same sound is introduced to the brain through each ear A smooth pulsing sound is emitted and it is not necessary to use headphones to hear them These beats cannot be masked with white noise or music (See Isochronic Tones and Binaural Beats) Life-Force Energy – A metaphysical energy that animates all living things and the universe (See Metaphysics) Life Line – In palmistry it is a major line on the palm that reveals information about your life relationships health and emotional and physical well-being (Read more.) Life Path – Predetermined journey or path that one follows throughout life; however to some extent it can be modified by the choices one makes Psi-Gamma – A category study in parapsychology which refers to the ability to acquire information through nonsensory or nonphysical methods such as in telepathy clairvoyance and precognition Q Qi – Modern spelling chi meaning vital life-force energy (See chi.) Qigong – The Chinese practice breathing alignment physical movement and meditation to achieve and enhance the mind body and spirit connection It nurtures and strengthens the body’s life-force energy (qi or chi) for overall health Attachments – Also called spirit attachments they are our past lives and experiences that we carry throughout life They dictate the paths we choose Attachments can be positive or negative When possessed by negative attachments they can be identified and sometimes removed through an Akashic record reading Augury – The practice divination or a sign an omen Jung Carl – (1875-1961) One history’s most influential psychologists who studied the human psyche using esoteric theories such as dreams art eastern and western philosophies mythology and religion His major theories include archetypes collective unconscious (the Akashic Record) and synchronicity Jyotish – A Sanskrit term for light; it is a name for a form Hindu or Indian astrology called Vedic astrology BACK. 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Book Shadows – A personal Wiccan book that contains information about covens sacred writings magic spells rituals and beliefs (Read more.) Bracelet Lines – Also known as the Rascette Lines In palmistry these are minor lines on the wrist that are indications longevity health destiny and prosperity (Read more.) Dictionary English to English is specially designed for English language students who want to find easy english meanings difficult english words online absolutely free It is really the biggest english dictionary Pakistan as it has 274,750 english words and this number is increasing day by day Please contact us if you want to add the meaning any dictionary word that is not already. Phenomenon – An event or incident that cannot be scientifically explained and whose cause is questionable Physiognomy – Also known as face reading or anthroposcopy; the art judging character by studying facial features Pitta Dosha – In Ayurvedic medicine one the three doshas (life forces) that regulates hormones metabolism and the digestive system (Read more.) White Magic – The use magick to cast a spell with the goal healing others and to produce good outcomes Wicca – A neo-pagan religion based on the ancient traditions witchcraft that dates back to pre-Christian religions It is peaceful balanced and acknowledges that the earth and its inhabitants are merely one the many parts seen or unseen that make up the whole (Read more.) Gem Therapy – An alternative medicine therapy that uses the spiritual and healing properties specific gemstones to create balance and wellness within the mind body and spirit (See crystal therapy) (Read more.) Genie – Supernatural beings appearing in Arab folklore and Islamic writings They can be good evil or benevolent (See Jinn) Aura – A band colored energies surrounding every living thing that represents their life essence It contains information about physical emotional and spiritual health Psychics mediums and healers can see or sense the auras and are able to heal and cleanse unwanted energies within the body (Read more.) Autoscopy – Seeing a double yourself or looking back at your body in an out--body experience (OBE) Warm Reading – A technique used by pseudo-psychics that gives the appearance that a person is a true medium or psychic This is accomplished by using sweeping generalizations psychology and statistics that can apply to almost anyone to fool people during a reading an individual or small group (See cold reading hot reading and Barnum effect) Zodiac — In the western tradition astrology it is a belt constellations that are positioned on the sun’s apparent path called the ecliptic It is divided into 12 signs named after the constellations which correspond to the 12 months in which someone is born However there has recently been a rediscovery a 13th constellation Ophiuchus This 13th sign was in the original group thousands years ago but due to a shift in the earth’s orbit some astrologers have reintroduced it In the Chinese tradition astrology the zodiac is represented as 12 animals; each is assigned to a particular year in which someone is born Animal Totem – An animal that symbolically serves as a spirit guide to lead us to a more simple peaceful and spiritual life Although usually associated with the Native American culture animal signs are represented in all cultures (Read more.) Anomaly – Any incident or thing that is strange out the ordinary or unexplainable Anthroposcopy – Also known as face reading; the art judging someone’s character by studying facial features Clairsentience – The ability to sense or feel the presence those from the spirit world or sense the auras and vibrations all living things (Read more.) Querent – “One who seeks,” derived from the Latin “quaerens.” It denotes a person who asks questions or seeks advice from an oracle either with the aid a psychic medium or alone with a specific divination tool such as a pendulum BACK TO TOP R Girdle Venus – In palmistry this is a minor line on the palm that can indicate a high-strung individual or someone who needs to keep his temper in check (Read more.) Glossolalia – Known as speaking in tongues; it is indecipherable speech that usually happens in a trance state; there is debate as to whether it is a natural or supernatural spiritual phenomenon English with the help urdu In this course we have uploaded important english lessons not only in english but also in simple and easy to understand urdu so people can easily learn english online at home without spending even a single rupee This course will also help students to get a better job and broaden their employment opportunities After learning all english skills you can use these skills to work abroad in other english speaking countries as english is the primary means communication in most the companies around the world You can share your comments and ask for online help via contact us page Our team experts will help you to solve your problems relating education. Capnomancy – A divination using smoke also known as Libanomancy and Thurifumia The smoke is interpreted as it rises from a fire The source the fire can be from a built fire candle or incense If the smoke rises straight up it infers a positive answer; if it hangs over the fire it infers a negative answer When using a lit candle the interpretation is derived from which direction the smoke moves after it is blown out If it moves to the right it is a positive answer and to the left it is a negative one Other Side – A dimension in which the spirits people and animals who have passed reside; also known as the spirit world (Read more.) Ouija Board — Also known as the talking board or spit/fire keyboard it is usually used during a séance to ask questions and communicate with the spirit world (Read more.) Kundalini – Life-force energy that passes through the body emanating from the root chakra (muladhara) and passes through to the crown chakra (sahasrara) It activates and energizes both our physical and etheric bodies Also it is an ancient Hindu mythological coiled serpent Goddess which is wrapped around the root chakra Kundalini Yoga – A more accelerated form yoga using specific body poses and postures that raise one’s level consciousness and ability to acquire enlightenment Psychic Attack – The act perceiving negative energy around you This negative energy can be given intentionally or merely felt Psychic Dreams – Also known as precognitive dreaming; a state in which the dreamer receives knowledge about future events without having previous access to the information Psychic Healing – Healers using psychic abilities and powers to heal the mind body and spirit Alphabetical Typtology – A method spirit communication in which the spirit makes a tapping sound when a particular letter the alphabet is called out by the psychic in order to indicate a letter the spirit wanted to draw attention to or to spell out specific words or phrases (See Typtology.) Alternative Medicine – Any healing therapy practice or product that does not fall into the category conventional medicine (Read more.) Many involved in occult and divinatory practices attempt to trace the Tarot to ancient Egypt divine hermetic wisdom, and the mysteries Isis Possibly the first those was Antoine Court de Gébelin a French clergyman who wrote that after seeing a group women playing cards he had the idea that Tarot was not merely a game cards but was. Health Line – In palmistry this is a minor line on the palm that indicates health and overall well-being (Read more.) Heart Line – In palmistry it is a major line on the palm that reveals information about your emotional state and your physical and emotional relationships with others It can also indicate the health the heart (Read more.) Cartomancy – A divination that interprets selected playing cards to predict the past present and future Casting – A technique used in divination where small objects such as Runes I-Ching coins rocks etc are tossed onto a flat surface and the landing positions are interpreted to predict the past present and future Casting is also a term used for carrying out a spell Tree Life – Found in many spiritual traditions it is a symbolic representation creation and redemption All life elements are symbolized as well as the connection between heaven and earth Triads – Three hierarchical angel-realm divisions (also known as spheres or ranks) This hierarchy delineates the specific types angels and their respective duties The angel designations in each triad are further broken down into three choirs and ranked on a scale from one to three in order importance Many the angels are represented in more than one triad and have multiple duties across the angelic and physical realms Etheric Level – Etheric Level – Also “aetheric;” an intermediate level between the physical world and spirit world (Read more.) Etheric Template – The fifth layer the human aura that contains a blueprint for all the forms the physical world (Read more.) Lines – Also known as the Relationship Lines In palmistry these are minor lines that indicate life partners s and significant relationships in one’s life (Read more.) Meditation – An internal personal process that takes the mind into a heightened state awareness in order to relax and heal the mind body and spirit (Read more.) Yoga – A Hindu discipline that is widely practiced for relaxation and physical emotional and spiritual well-being It creates balance within the body through breath control stretching meditation and specific body poses and postures BACK TO TOP Z Zen – A universal concept that emphasizes the value meditation and intuition with origins and adaptations from India China and Japan Intelligent Haunting – A traditional haunting in which the spirit is aware and able to interact and communicate with those living in the physical world (Read more.) Intoolit – A term coined by Psychic Library — a psychic who uses divination tools such as Tarot cards a crystal ball astrology numerology etc Bibliomancy – Predicting the future by selecting a random page from a book or sacred writings and interpreting the passage Bilocation – The phenomenon in which a person or object appears in two places at the same time In the field remote viewing it refers to the mental consciousness the remote viewer being in two places at once — the target location and the physical location — during the process receiving impressions the target Celestial Aura – The sixth layer the human aura that connects you to the spiritual realm (Read more.) Reiki – An alternative healing therapy in which the practitioner channels and directs life-force energy through the palms their hands to the meridian centers in the body Reiki Attunements – An initiation in which universal Reiki energies are opened and channeled to an individual through a Reiki Master This enhances the mind body and spirit connection and clears out and balances energy channels within the body The Reiki attunement is a three-level process Completion level III signifies a Reiki Master Out--Body Experience (OBE or OOBE) – A sensation floating outside one’s own physical body or the perception the body outside itself BACK TO. Apparition – An unexplainable ghostlike image a person or animal or the appearance something not this world Apollo Line – Also known as the Sun Line In palmistry it is a minor line on the palm that when present is an indication success in an individual’s life (Read more.) Apport – The dematerialization and rematerialization an object from one location to another It can also be an object that seems to have appeared out nowhere. Doshas – In Ayurvedic medicine the three life forces that govern the physical side an individual Each dosha (Vata Pitta Kapha ) has its own characteristics (Read more.) Dowsing – A divination that uses a divining rod to locate water or metals; in pendulum dowsing movements the pendulum determine answers to yes or no questions about the past present and future Elementals – Energies the earthly elements that take on various spirit forms from nature — earth air fire and water (for example faieries) Used in Shamanism occult practices and by psychics to aid in their abilities Parapsychology – The scientific study and testing psi (psychic) phenomenon such as extrasensory perception (ESP) psychokinesis telepathy and astral projection (Read more.) Channeler – One who communicates with the spirit world or facilitates healing through their higher self or spirit guides Channeling – To allow a spirit to communicate through the physical body or mind a medium (Read more.) Sun Line – Also known as the Apollo Line In palmistry it is a minor line on the palm that when present is an indication success in an individual’s life (Read more.) Supernatural – Events energies or personal powers that are unexplainable through the laws nature or science Copyright © 2010-2015 All Rights Reserved by Brainwave Synchronization – (See Brainwave Entrainment Binaural Beats Monaural Beats and Isochronic Tones) K Ka – Ancient Egyptian concept the astral body Kabbalah – The Jewish book mysticism taken from the Torah It is the teaching mystical activity and has been open to much interpretation because its occult and metaphysical significance (see Metaphysics) Different spellings exist due to the fact that some letters in Hebrew have more than one usage in English Labyrinth — A singe path or geometrical maze varying in size used for personal psychological and spiritual renovation They are perceived as sacred spaces Part many ancient cultures they have been around for more than 4000 years (Read more.) Levitate – Phenomenon an object or person floating with no visible support that defies gravity Believed to be accomplished by humans with meditation Libanomancy – (See Capnomancy) Significator – A card selected in a tarot reading to represent the querent and where the individual currently is in his life This card is not used in all readings but when it is it is usually a Major Arcana card Sitters – Persons receiving a reading or participating in a séance conducted by a psychic or medium Trance – A half-conscious condition typically induced through hypnosis or entered into by a medium to transmit messages from the spirit world Transfiguration – The changing appearance someone who is channeling a spirit Transmitter – See Sender (Read more.) Paton – A Wiccan ritual tool used in altar consecration It is ten a bowl inscribed with a pentacle (Read more.) Pseudo-Psychic – One who impersonates a true psychic by utilizing techniques cold reading the Barnum effect and other gimics Psi – Refers to all forms psychic abilities Psi Experiences – Psychic phenomenon Triskaidekaphobia – Greek origin a term for a fear the number 13 (See paraskevidekatriaphobia) Triple Goddess – From Wicca it represents the female powers: Maiden Mother and Crone (Read more.) Orb – A sphere-shaped object that mysteriously appears in photography and video which is believed to be the energy spirits — Also known as Oionoscopy an ancient divination that interprets the flight patterns behaviors and songs birds Natal Chart – Also known as a birth chart horoscope/astrological chart that calculates the positions the stars and planets based on the date time and place birth for the purpose gaining insights into a person’s personality traits and life path Near-Death Experience (NDE) – A phenomenon in which someone close to death or who is suffering from trauma or disease sees and experiences events that are unexplainable supernatural or glimpses into life after death Yarrow Stalks – A group 50 stems the yarrow plant used as a casting tool in the I-Ching divination The plant has been used for medicinal purposes since ancient times (Read more.) Yin-Yang – In Chinese philosophy it represents an understanding how the universe works They are complementary opposing forces: the yin principles are feminine passive cold and dark and the yang principles are masculine active heat and light Everything contains yin and yang aspects Some objects have more one than the other and this too may change over time Sattva Guna – Sanskrit term meaning purity balance and order In Ayurvedic medicine one the three mental states that affect an individual’s world view (Read more.) Scrying – A divination used to predict the future by gazing into a crystal ball or other shiny object or reflective surface (See crystallomancy) (Read more.) Vibrations – States emotion in a person the energy a particular place and the pulsations emanating from things that are communicated to and felt by others Vitalism – A philosophical concept that life and all living organisms contain a vital life-force energy Voodoo — A religion with African roots that was brought to the Western coasts and islands by slaves It combines aspects from the Catholic religion with African magical and religious rituals and is marked by spirit possession secret languages and spell casting Acupuncture – An ancient Chinese alternative medicine therapy that involves placing fine needles on specific points on the body to stimulate the flow chi (life-force energy) through the meridians Used for pain relief and to heal physical and emotional problems (Read more.) Magick or Majick – The art using energy from the earth the human body and from other objects to affect positive change At one time Christianity tried to eliminate it because its supposed association with the devil (See Wicca) Mahatma – A Sanskrit term for “great soul,” similar to the modern day term for saint; a holy or wise person In some forms theosophy it refers to someone with supernatural abilities an adept or liberated soul Chi – Also known as “Qi;” taken from Chinese medicine and philosophy the vital life-force energy that flows through all living things (See prana ki) Chirognomy – A form divination that is performed by studying the shape size color and texture a person’s hands fingers and thumb (Read more.) Spectre – A term for ghost or spirit Speculum Metal – A device usually a mirror which is looked into while scrying Spell – Words and objects containing energetic forces that are used to create some type magical occurrence Higher Self – Also known as the Divine self; the part us that is at one with the universe and has no physical attachments Hinduism – One the world’s oldest religions practiced primarily in India Nepal Sri Lanka and Bangladesh It embraces a multitude concepts including reincarnation karma dharma rituals and devas Following these spiritual paths lead to enlightenment and the discovery the true self Besom – A Wiccan ritual tool a broom used to ritually sweep the magic circle unwanted energies (Read more.) Beyond – A term used to define all that exists and happens outside the physical world Bhuta – A Sanskrit word for spirit or ghost Paraskevidekatriaphobia – Greek origin a term for a fear Friday the 13th (See triskaidekaphobia) Past Life Regression – A technique using hypnosis to bring back memories a person’s past incarnations (See Incarnate.) (Read more.) Hot Reading – A technique used by pseudo-psychics that gives the appearance that a person is a true medium or psychic This is accomplished by researching public records telephone books the web etc prior to reading an individual or small group (See Cold Reading Warm Reading) Human Aura – An oval energetic field made up levels that surround the body It holds our current or former emotions attachments feelings and experiences Each level contains its own vibration and can be translated into a color with its own meaning Astral Travel – Also known as astral projection; the experience moving through different planes existence and locations in which the conscious self leaves the physical body Astrologer – One who practices astrology Kapha Dosha – In Ayurvedic medicine one the three doshas (life forces) that regulates growth and the immune system It keeps the bodily tissue healthy heals wounds repairs cells and balances the Vata and Pitta doshas (Read more.) Karma – The sum a person’s good and bad actions currently and from previous lives which follow that person and have an impact on future existences English to Urdu Translation is specially designed for Pakistani and Urdu speaking students who always look for urdu translation of difficult english words and sentences For this purpose they search internet for translation websites & softwares Google translation service is best of all translation & dictionary websites. Fate Line – In palmistry it is a minor line on the palm that reveals the effects that people and events have had on an individual The events are those that the individual has no control over (Read more.) Feng Shui – An ancient Chinese art and science applying the principles the earth elements to balance the energies in any location to create good fortune and health Flying Rods – Straight flying anomaly that appears mysteriously in videos but were unseen during filming Akashic Record – A universal filing system that is on a nonphysical plane existence It holds all human incarnations events feelings thoughts deeds and intentions for the past present and future (Read more.) Alchemy – A pseudoscience that attempts to change an ordinary substance into a valuable one by way a magical power or process English to English Dictionary and Translation Online Precognition – Knowledge an event before it happens in particular a paranormal event (Read more.) Premonition – An intense feeling that something will occur in the near future Prophecy – A prediction future events without having had previous access or knowledge the information Pseudoscience – Beliefs or practices that are presented as scientific but are not based on any valid scientific evidence Michael Dummett (1980) suggests that Etteilla was attempting to scoop Court De Gebelin as the author the occult tarot. Etteilla in fact claims to have been involved with Tarot longer than Court De Gebelin. Glyph – In astrology a symbol for each sun and moon Gnostic – Person who practices Gnosticism (See Gnosticism) Gnosticism – Philosophical teachings dating to the pre-Christian era; derived from the Greek word “gnosis,” meaning knowledge It is a group belief systems based on teachings that salvation is brought on through self-enlightenment and a special knowledge God to experience oneness with humanity and the universe Horned God – From Wicca it represents the masculine power (Read more.) Horoscope – A daily monthly or yearly prediction the future based on the signs the zodiac Electric Voice Phenomena (EVP) recorder – Device used in paranormal investigations to record sounds or statements made by an entity or ghost Electromagnetic Field (EMF) detector – Device used in paranormal investigations to locate and track energy sources Theosophy – A philosophy life that encourages spiritual thought and the study ancient-world religions with the belief that the highest understanding God is achieved through one’s own spiritual awareness and latent Divine powers It seeks to unify science philosophy and religion The Theosophical Society was established in 1875 by Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky Col Henry Steel Olcott W.Q Judge and others Thermal Camera – Device using infrared technology to capture the invisible energy emitted from an entity or ghost Third Eye – A concept referring to the brow chakra located in the middle of the forehead and is associated with psychic abilities such as visions and clairvoyance It is a psychic energy center (See mind’s eye.) Thurifumia – (See Capnomancy) Astral Plane – It is part the multi-dimensional series planes surrounding us which vibrates on a higher frequency than the physical plane Angels spirit guides and spirits transitioning to other planes reside here (Read more.) Astral Projection – Also known as astral travel; the experience moving through different planes existence and locations in which the conscious self leaves the physical body Dream – Thoughts images and emotions that happen involuntarily in the mind during sleep They are thought to be psychologically as a mirror into the subconscious or spiritually as way to receive communications from another plane existence or to predict the future Dream Incubation – A technique in which you give yourself suggestions for a specific topic or problem to be solved before you go to sleep in order to elicit dreams that will help resolve your issues BACK TO TOP E Mlle Marie-Anne Adelaide Lenormand outshone even Ettiella and was the first cartomancer to people in high places being the personal confidant Empress Josephine Napoleon and other notables. Lenormand used both regular playing cards in particular the Piquet pack as well as cards derived from Etteilla's Egyptian root She was so famous that a deck was published in her name the Grand Jeu de Mlle Lenormand two years after her.