• Title: Scrying
  • Speakers: Martin Howse
  • Language: English
  • Keywords: radio, RSSI, spectrum analysis, electro-magnetic phenomena, GPS, esoterism

Scrying is a technique of divination and revelation, of producing visions, perhaps of the future, through prolonged gaze at an object, usually of crystal or liquid nature. Scrying was famously practiced by the 16th century astronomer, mathematician and alchemist John Dee with the assistance of presumed impostor Edward Kelley, using a mirror of obsidian amongst other devices.

Scrying boards are open hardware, occupied in a mapping of code interiority into the world as a life coding practice [collapse of wave function] occupied with encapsulation and rationalism.

The conference will take place remotely, from Berlin.