Wooden Pendulum Board - Pentacle
Wooden Pendulum Board - Pentacle - Diameter in Inches: 10"
The elemental power of the Pentacle will assist the user in answering their queries with this Wooden Pendulum Board.
The word 'pendulum' is from Modern Latin pendulum, first used around 1643. It is derived from the Latin adjective pendulus "hanging down". While the name we know is pretty old in the scheme of things, it has been used throughout history for more than 1640 prior to it's introduction into Europe.
It is a simple tool used for communicating and gaining guidance from the spiritual world. This is one of the easiest methods of divination and is much more secure and accurate than an Ouija board. When used for divination the pendulum acts as an antenna that amplifies signals or energy vibrations emanating from a spiritual guide or the Divine energies you've called upon. These vibrations focus their attention on the pendulum and cause it to move in specific directions, giving you answers and guidance to the questions you put to the tool.
How to use a pendulum board:
Sit down and get comfortable. Your mind and body should feel relaxed, with no stress. You can rest your elbows on a table in front of you and allow the pendulum to swing freely, or you can hold your arm in a horizontal position, again allowing your pendulum to swing freely. You do not have to be psychic to use a pendulum. It will guide itself. It is moved by either your thoughts or someone in spirit who works through you, generally your spirit guide.
Straight line—side to side or front and back
Circles—clockwise or counterclockwise
Some pendulums bob up and down to indicate strong action, usually affirmative
Now address the pendulum and say “Show me ‘Yes’” while hovering over your chart.
Then say “Show me ‘No.’” It should swing in the opposite direction.
Be certain the pendulum is not being guided by the movement of your hand or fingers.
Once you have determined the pattern for Yes and No, you are ready to begin. Start with questions you know the answer to, such as, “Is my hair red?” to test the accuracy. Now you are ready to begin to ask your questions.