This silvered pendulum has an open shape, which can be screwed open. The seven supplied chakra semi-precious stones can then preferably be placed in the pendulum. The semi-precious stones are: Jasper, Carnelian (or orange Calcite), Citrine (or yellow Agate, yellow Jasper), Aventurine, Sodalite, Grey-blue Agate and Amethyst. No two stones are the same so the stones may slightly deviate from the example in shape and color. The Pentagram of Pentacle is the symbol of a star in a circle. The pentagram always has 5 points. Traditionally, there is one pointing upwards. Each point has its own meaning. The upward point of the star is representative of the mind. The other four points all represent one of the elements: earth, air, fire and water. The spirit and all elements contribute to life and are part of all of us. The meaning of the pentagram may also represent the search for Divine Knowledge. It is an ancient concept that is reflected in the earliest written ritual texts in Babylon and in Celtic and Indian traditions. One of the symbolisms of wearing a pentagram as a piece of jewellery can therefore depict the connection with the elements and the respect for the earth. It can also be worn as a protective symbol or to indicate a commitment to the world of magic and divine wisdom. The most important symbolism of the pentagram is therefore the fact that it has 5 points. Many ancient cultures had a fivefold symbol, which was very important for their religious and spiritual life. These pendulums are used in aromatherapy, herbal remedies, radionics, homeopathy, essential oil therapy, card commuting and healing practice. Size and color can vary naturally. What is a shuttle? A shuttle is a weight on a wire or chain, this weight can be of any material or shape according to your own 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 use a shuttle exclusively for private purposes.
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