Unique looking pendulum made of brass and finished with a layer of gold. The pendulum weighs 24 grams and measures a length of 5 cm. What is a pendulum? A pendulum is a weight on a wire or chain, this weight can be of any material or shape according to your needs or preference. A pendulum is often used in combination with a map / map. You have a lot of different cards, from very simple (yes, no, maybe) to very extensive. How the shuttle works is not really clear to anyone. According to Albert Einstein it has to do with the geomagnetic field. The same field that birds use to determine their location and route. For what do you use a shuttle? A shuttle and a dowsing rod work according to the same principle even though the dowsing rod is used more outdoors (or for water veins in the house) and the shuttle more indoors. This is because of weather conditions that can affect the movement of the shuttle (wind). Who uses it and a shuttle? The shuttle has been in use for thousands of years. Even in the Bible Moses is mentioned who uses his staff (dowsing rod) to find water. You will find the pendulum / divining rod in numerous ancient civilizations. There are people who only use a shuttle privately, but also large companies used divining rods and pendulums to find raw materials. Some of the well-known companies are: Bristol-Meyers and Hoffmann Laroche. Some of the most famous commuters are commuters or commuters: Leonarda da Vinci, Robert Boyle, Charles Richet, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Thomas Edison, Lloyd George, General Rommel and General Patton. But the British and American army also used diviners and commuters to find mines, underground passageways or water in the desert. The commuter has been used for thousands of years. Even in the Bible Moses is mentioned who uses his staff (dowsing rod) to find water.
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