The Pendule: a divinatory art omnipresent in vision


Used especially in dowsing, the pendulum can also inform about the human personality. It is also a divination tool that can find answers to existential questions, but it is also used to find lost objects. To better understand how this technique works, let's go back to its origin.

Definition and history of the pendulum

A divination tool designed to capture waves emitted by objects or situations, the pendulum also indicates a position, a place. It is frequently used in dowsing (hidden object detection method) and is very popular, although sometimes its effectiveness is controversial. Its origin lies in Greco-Roman antiquity where most people used objects such as chopsticks to guess the future. In the 15th century, some experiments led to the use of these chopsticks to search for sources and then, two centuries later, to find objects and obtain answers to given questions. These chopsticks were later carved out of stone of various varieties before taking today the shape of a pendulum that you know today. The pendulum was really sought between the end of the 17th century and the beginning of the 18th century to look for gold, but also for vision sessions.

What is the use of a pendulum; different forms of pendulum

The instrument that is the pendulum can be used for many things and can render you unsuspected services. First, it allows you to communicate with your inner self in order to get answers to the questions that concern you. Then the pendulum can predict the future, the results of an event, predict time, temperature, locate a lost thing, find water and even select your diet. The pendulum exists in different forms, materials and under varying degrees of power. You can either opt for a simple, small-mass pendulum, a Foucault pendulum (to highlight the Earth's rotational motion), or a spherical or conical pendulum. There are also heavy clocks, ballistic clocks, Mach, Huygens (moving in a parabolic shape) and the cycloid clock. The elliptical pendulum is the newest.

How do you use your clock?

Whichever type of pendulum you choose, it is suspended from a wire or has a chain between 5 and 25 centimetres in length. Place your pendulum between the thumb and index finger of your hand, and focus on what you want to know or what you're looking for. In case it is an object that you want to find, it would be useful to bring a map so that the pendulum can better orient you. If, on the other hand, it is only a spiritual question (which has to do with your self or your future), be sure to formulate it in such a way that there is only one answer to give (a yes or no for example). When your (spiritual) question is well asked, if the pendulum rotates clockwise, the answer is yes. But if it turns in the opposite direction, it means that the answer is no. In case the pendulum is moving forward and backward, a reformulation of your question is necessary. As far as objects are concerned, the pendulum will tell you where or the perimeter of the object is when it is turning around. It is worth remembering that this exercise requires both concentration and a highly developed intuitive mind. It is also important to be body with your pendulum as in the case of a crystal ball. It will be more in the blink of an eye quickly you pass on the answers you need.