Today, little is known about the Osiris brass pendulum.
I suspect a clue can be found in the name itself. Osiris was the god of the dead and ruler of the underworld. Osiris was the brother / husband of Isis and the brother of Nepthys and Seth. He was also the father of Horus.
As well as being a god of the dead, Osiris was a god of resurrection and fertility.
It’s form suggests an energetic downward flow through the convex discs that hold and concentrate energy before its exit through a centrally located sharp tip.
In other words, the Osiris pendulum facilitates focused and concentrated energy that may be directionally aimed for a specific purpose.
From my studies, I have heard that the Osiris pendulum may transmit Negative Green Energy. Although some people attribute a “negative” influence when hearing the word, Negative Green Energy, I consider it a preserving influence that can harness forces for consolidation and for either healing or preservation.
Following the idea of the meaning of Osiris, it may also include resurrection principles. Not resurrecting bodies of course, but may allow restructuring at the atomic level.
There have been warnings attached to the use of the Osiris pendulum that it can be a strong tool for aiding in serious health conditions but it’s overuse has also been implicated in the worsening of those same conditions.
The concern here for both the dowser and the client is not to over-use the pendulum and prolong (energetic) exposure times needlessly. I would suggest dowsing session times before using this pendulum in healing work.
The Osiris pendulum is a powerful pendulum that should be used with respect.
Often used in healing work, especially in regards to more serious illnesses, this is a pendulum that should be cleansed regularly to clear any accumulated negative energies.
It has also been recommended that when finished using the Osiris brass pendulum not to leave the pendulum hanging or hovering over anything living. In fact, it’s best to disassemble the pendulum when not in use for long periods of time.
4.0 cm / 30 – 32 gm – (1.57″ / 1.06 – 1.13 oz)