Scrying means using complex or sometimes plain sensory textures to stimulate & amplify divinatory impressions, generating a sort of feedback loop between the practitioners inner receptivity & the stimuli, latter working as a concentration focus & a pareidolic suggestor of forms. This technique can also offer a very entertaining & inspiring practice. Traditional examples of tools range from black mirrors and tea leaves to flames and pools of vomit. In the electronic age TV sets tuned to static have been used. Hammerhead system uses visual & audio noise enhanced with a claustrophobic/-filiac touch (and some strange odour). We recommend letting go of haste and expectations to give room for something else to rise.