Karnak Egyptian Mahogany Dowsing Pendulum


The Egyptian Karnak Mahogany Pendulum is a copy of the original sandstone pendulum found in Karnak the Valley of the Kings


Karnak Pendulum

The Karnak Temple is estimated to date back from somewhere between 2055 BC to 100 AD.

Karnak Temple
Karnak Temple

The temple of Karnak was one the largest religious buildings ever constructed. Even after 2000 years it’s still considered one of the wonders of the world.

The temple covers approximately 200 acres and is a place of pilgrimage drawing people from around world.

The Egyptians believed the earth is exhausted and at the end of the agricultural season and new energy is needed from the cosmos to replenish the earth for the next cycle.

A magical ritual festival was held annually at Karnak and Luxor, lasting 27 days.

Karnak Mahogany Wood Pendulum
Karnak Mahogany Wood Pendulum

The Egyptian Karnak Pendulum is a copy of the sandstone pendulum found in a sarcophagus in Karnak, often called “The Valley of the Kings.” This classic Egyptian style pendulum was often used in the erecting of temples.

The energetic signature or form of the Karnak pendulum is based on the Ankh a powerful Egyptian symbol. This form imparts a high vibrational signature which increases its receptivity and accuracy when used with mental intent.

The Karnak pendulum is a general usage pendulum and can be employed satisfactorily in almost all dowsing scenarios such as mental sending and receiving, healing, discovery, and divining.

The Karnak Mahogany pendulum is slightly larger than the large Karnak brass pendulum but substantially lighter in weight. This means that the Karnak Mahogany is quick to take action and highly responsive.

The wood pendulums are neutral meaning they are not easily influenced by other ambient “fields” that influence the action of metal or crystal pendulums.

7.5 cm / 5.0 gm – (2.95″ / 0.18 oz)

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