Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum

The Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum is a copy of the sandstone pendulum originally discovered at Karnak, the Valley of the Kings. The Karnak pendulum symbolizes the Egyptian Ankh, or “Cross of Life.”

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Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum

The Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum is a copy of the sandstone pendulum originally discovered at Karnak, the Valley of the Kings.

The popular Karnak pendulum is attractive and a capable companion for any dowsing assignment.

Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum
The Karnak pendulum symbolizes the Cross of Life.

Your Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum

The Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum is a copy of the sandstone pendulum found in a sarcophagus in Karnak. Furthermore, the natural shape of the Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum symbolizes the Ankh, the “Cross of Life.”

The Karnak brass pendulum feels confident in use, providing reliable signals in action. It comes in two sizes: The small pendulum weighs in at 15 grams, which is a nice weight for most people, and the large, for those who prefer a larger pendulum with substance, weighs in at a solid 46 grams.

This all-purpose dowsing took works well for inquiries, “sending” and “receiving” tasks, discovery, divining and other dowsing assignments.

In ancient times, masons built temples using the Karnak pendulum. This is a classic pendulum that defies time.

The Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum Symbolizes the Ankh

Karnak pendulum symbolizes the Cross of Life
The Karnak pendulum symbolizes the Egyptian Ankh.

No one is certain what the true meaning of the Ankh is, and most scholars recognize its prominence and widespread use in ancient Egypt. The meanings of symbols and languages change over time, and although today the Ankh means the “Cross of Life, ” it also meant other things.

This link will take you to a well-written article on the meaning of Ankh if you want to learn more: What is the Meaning of the Ankh Symbol?. Suffice to say, the design of the Karnak Brass Dowsing Pendulum represents the Ankh, although its true meaning remains obscured by time.

Karnak Temple

The Karnak Temple
Karnak Temple at the Valley of the Kings

The Karnak Temple dates back from somewhere between 2055 BC to 100 AD. With its 200 acres extension, it is one of the largest religious buildings ever constructed. Two thousand years later, it the Karnak Temple remains one of the “Wonders” of the World.

Ancient Egyptians believed the Earth needed fresh energy from the cosmos after agricultural seasons. Therefore, they hold an annual 27 day ritual festival at Luxor and Karnak.

Caring for your Pendulum

The Karnak Egyptian Brass Dowsing Pendulum is a “self-clearing” pendulum. Crystal pendulums often require “clearing” because they accumulate “radiations” from the surrounding environment, dowser or client. Therefore, a short bath in a salt-water solution will reset the crystal pendulum. However, brass tarnishes over time, therefore, to restore the brass pendulum’s natural luster, wipe it with a soft cloth using brass polish solution.

Size and Weight

Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum - Small and Large.
Size comparison between the small and large Karnak brass pendulums.

The Karnak Egyptian Brass Pendulum comes in two sizes:

Brass Karnak, Small: 4.5 cm / 15.0 gm – (1.77″ / 0.53 oz.)
Brass Karnak, Large: 7.0 cm / 46.0 gm – (2.76″ / 1.62 oz.)

We also sell Wood variations of the Karnak pendulum:

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Small 4.5 cm, Large 7.0 cm

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