What were obsidian mirrors used for? The Aztecs used obsidian mirrors for scrying — peering into the future — and for religious rituals. These mirrors were strongly associated with one god in particular: Tezcatlipoca (“smoking mirror” in the Nahuatl language), a creation deity in the Aztec pantheon and a god of sorcerers, according to the British Museum.
What are black mirrors made of? Black mirrors were originally made of polished obsidian rock (also known as volcanic glass – forms from lava that cools immediately after eruption usually into water). Obsidian rocks are considered to have powerful metaphysical properties that help to shield one against negativity.
What is obsidian mirror? The obsidian mirror was the primary accessory of the supreme Aztec deity Tezcatlipoca, whose name means “smoking mirror.” He is often depicted with an obsidian mirror on his chest, in his headdress, or replacing his right foot.
Where is the scrying mirror in dead of night? Go to a dimly lit room, and then the mirror icon will appear on screen, this will be in guest rooms at the door, or the kitchen as a few examples. Using the scrying mirror lets Jimmy know where you are and makes him spawn on that floor. Avoid using it on floors 1-3 as much as possible.