Tools: 4 pennies, bowl with salt water, white cloth
Instructions: Take the 4 pennies and put them in the salt water bowl. This is done to cleanse/purify the pennies. Once this is done, take the pennies out of the bowl, pat them dry, and place them on a white cloth.
“To do a four-penny divination, get four pennies and hold them cupped in your palms. Let the pennies adjust to the temperature of your hands and become familiar with the way they feel, their size, weight and shape. Once this is done, begin to shake the pennies in your hands and focus on the sound and feel of them as they jingle. Do not become entirely absorbed by the pennies, but think of them as the conversation you are having with the people you’re sitting at the table with eating dinner in a restaurant. The pennies, like your dinner companions, have your “main” attention, but you can still hear the conversations of people at other tables on the periphery of your awareness. Even though you are aware of, and can understand the background conversations, you are not distracted from the conversation at your own table. Once you have reached this state of dual awareness, you can have the querent begin asking about their areas of concern. Repeat the question while shaking the pennies and as you finish speaking, toss the pennies to the floor. As you glance down to see the pattern, you will find yourself able to reference the information pertinent to the query. As you continue with the divination, you will find that, if the querent is someone other than yourself, you will be able to formulate the questions, which should be addressed by the divination without their input.
The basis of the four-penny divination is in achieving a fluidity and expansion of awareness. The information people seek when they perform divinations exists in what some call the “Akashic records,” this technique facilitates a change in consciousness, which allows access to the information.” ~Source http://www.cantrap.net/divination/4penny.html
4 Heads = Yes but not the best yes.
4 Tails = Absolute No
2 Heads/2 Tails = It’s a go!!! The best yes!
3 Heads/1 Tail = Yes, with a little work
3 Tails/1 Head = No, but not an absolute no. May not be the best time to move ahead. Watch. Observe. Beware.