What is the Meaning & Definition of SEER

There are two well widespread uses for the term Seer; on the one hand, SEER will be called to that individual who has an outstanding quality to see things and on the other hand, also will be called and the person who is able to see into the future and clarify those events of the past. Juan has been sighted and was able to determine that the project would fail. Maria visited a SEER to know if you will finally find the man of her dreams who marry.
Meanwhile, the Seer is capable of knowing both the past and the future of a person thanks to the insight, which is the quality, or rather the ability of extrasensory perception which perceives the information through different methodologies that obviously have nothing to do with the scientific future.
Clairvoyance, namely stands out for the uptake of phenomena that go beyond the senses because in definitive and as mentioned, arrive at the Seer through different media, such as telepathy, dreams, among other alternatives.
According to the beliefs of those who firmly believe in clairvoyance, the same does not arise as well as well or with the mere fact of proposing it, since in a few cases will be developing it, more than anything because it is innate in human beings manifesting it.
Belief in the ability that some have to know the own future and that of others is a matter that is present in almost every culture on the planet, and since time immemorial.
Currently, clairvoyance is manifest entirely openly in the majority of communities in Western, either through personal consultations with those who have the gift and the special ability to see the future, or alternatively by telephone or computer means and practical.
The elements of nature, such as water, fire and Earth, turn out to be since ancient times vehicles indispensable when it comes to divining the future... Pyromancy (divination through the fire), hidromancia (divination from the water), Astrology (divination through the ether), austromancia (divination through the air), among others.
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