To the best of my knowledge, I had never seen the word "scry" before. At first blush, I wanted to save it against a day when I might once more play a game of Scrabble. But then there was the definition and various descriptions:
Magic, magical, fairy tale, oracle, superstition, folklore, tea leaves, truth-is-weirder-than-fiction, Tarot, gullible ... all this and more like it floated gently. It beckoned, as does the picture. It was enjoyable.Verb: scry; 3rd person present: scries; past tense: scried; past participle: scried; gerund or present participle: scrying:-- foretell the future using a crystal ball or other reflective object or surface.
It did not make me wish to insist it was true and it did not make me wish to insist it wasn't true.
To see the same thing in a different way is magical, somehow. And a simultaneous and quasi-hidden meaning ... well, wouldn't it sometimes be fun to pull back the veil and find ... who knows what? Perhaps there is a veil, perhaps not: Either way insistence on either magic or lack of magic seems to fall short of some not-quite-other truth.