Screading is a method of reading that allows a person to apprehend any piece of writing with its natural word-picture duality intact. It enables a reader to see through, into and beyond words, to open up a dialogue with the unconscious of literature (so it is "read" by them as the contents of their unconscious is "read" by it).
Much like scrying, screading is achieved by sitting in a dimly lit room (preferably with a few pages from one's life story burning in the background to set the mood) and staring at a quantity of reading material until one enters a trance-like state. By specifically focusing on the black letters and seeing them as gaps in reality, a sense of immense depth will eventually be perceived, allowing the successful screader to spy with their little "i" a host of weird and wonderful images that unfold before them like bright galaxies in a new universe previously held back by the very signs in which it now expands.
As the purely optical form of semantic satiation, screading can be thought of as reverse reading, Rorschach reading or omnific deconstruction. It is the complementary opposite of the technique of bringing out the zero-person narrative voice of literature by staring at a blank page (known as the 'Ganzfeld 2464' technique) as that seeks the sound in pure light while screading seeks the image in pure darkness.
Before attempting to scread, it may be useful to consider the fact that if there were no blank spaces to separate and delineate the letters on a page, we would see nothing but the material that letters are made from, and this total lack of delineating space would, paradoxically, be an ideal image of space, because it is a completely black page. This brings us to a crucial realisation: that the realm of wordlessness is the unbounded material of words (and, conversely, that the realm of language is bounded wordlessness).
A strong screading ability and a deep insight into the Obsidian Correlative go hand in hand, and they will be invaluable tools for researchers trying to understand the strange black monoliths that will begin appearing around the world in the future.
"Goodnight, my eyes."