Pay attention: the tiny sphere may differ from the picture. Instead of a white pearl, it may be a golden one.
The spiral shaped, brass pendulum has a thin gold layer and is secured to a chain from the same material.
A pendulum is a weight (a pendant) on a wire or chain. This pendant can be of any kind of material or shape, depending on your own need or preference. A pendulum is often used in combination with a map or plan. There is a variety of maps, ranging from very simple (yes, no, maybe) to very extensive.
How the pendulum works exactly 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.
A pendulum and a dowsing rod work according to the same principle. However, the dowsing rod is more often used outdoors (or against water veins in the house) and the pendulum is more often used indoors, because the weather conditions could possibly affect the movement of the pendulum (wind).
The pendulum has been used for thousands of years. Even in the bible, it is mentioned how Mozes uses his staff (dowsing rod) to find water. You will find the pendulum/dowsing rod in numerous ancient civilizations. Some people use the pendulum in private exclusively, but large companies, such as Bristol-Meyers and Hoffmann Laroche, also used pendulums and dowsing rods to find raw materials.
A few famous people who are known to have used pendulums are: Leonardo da Vinci, Robert Boyle, Charles Richet, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Thomas Edison, Lloyd George, general Rommel and general Patton. Even the British and American army used dowsers and pendulums to find, for example, mines, underground tunnels or water in the desert.
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