The Isis Egyptian Beech Wood Pendulum
The Isis Egyptian Beech Wood Pendulum belongs to the Egyptian family of pendulums.
In the 1930s, different pendulums were found at ancient Egyptian sites. The Isis, along with the Karnak and Osiris pendulums, were discovered in the Valley of the Kings.
Isis Egyptian Beech Wood Pendulum
The Isis Pendulum symbolizes the Ankh, known as the Cross of Life. The solar discs or radial plates, sometimes called batteries, enhance the sensitivity of the pendulum. The number of solar discs and their size increases the pendulum’s sensitivity.
The Isis pendulum, with its representative solar discs, is pre-Egyptian and reveals its connection to Atlantis.
Here, the Isis Egyptian Beech Wood pendulum with its four discs is a sensitive “receiving and sending” pendulum applicable for any dowsing assignment. Because of its geometric construction, this pendulum is “self-clearing”.
The Isis pendulum’s strong transmitting capabilities make it ideal for discovery. Questions like “is this food good for me?” or “did I leave my keys under the bed?” are easily answered with this pendulum. Also, The Isis Pendulum is widely used for healing using focused mental intent. For example, the pendulum can be used to “send” healing commands, strengthen organs, or chakra color work.
Other Isis Pendulum Uses
Regardless of the dowser’s experience, the Isis pendulum is a useful, all-purpose tool that can deliver significant results in dowsing assignments like:
- Testing foods, vitamins, herbs (receiving)
- Vitalizing foods, vitamins, herbs (sending)
- Medical diagnosis (receiving) and treatment (sending)
- Investigation and discovery assignments
Isis: The Goddess of Fertility
Isis, the Queen of all gods, was the ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility, motherhood, marriage, magic, death, healing, and medicine. There are several myths surrounding Isis in Egypt and Egyptian literature; her influence was so strong it even reached some parts of Europe.
In Egyptian mythology, Isis was the sister of Osiris, whom she would later marry. She is said to have nursed Horus and Hathor.
Isis passed on the knowledge of cultivation along the Nile to the Egyptians. Mythology states that the annual flooding of the Nile is Isis’ tears from grieving her dead husband. This annual rite is still celebrated today and is called “The Night of the Drop.”
Your Isis Egyptian Beech Wood Pendulum
The Isis Egyptian Beech Sood pendulum is a non-metallic version of the brass Isis pendulums. The Beech wood Isis pendulum is 1.5 cm longer and half the weight of the Large 5.0 cm / 1.97″ and the Super Isis 6.0 cm / 2.36″ brass pendulums.
The advantage of the wood pendulums, besides being lighter and having less inertial resistance, is that they are also more neutral energetically than brass pendulums.
Size & Weight:
Isis Egyptian Beech Wood pendulum: 7.5 cm / 8.0 gm (2.95″ / 0.28 oz.)
Brass Super Isis pendulum, the latter of which has 6 Solar Discs increasing its overall strength.