White Onyx Pendulum For Talking With Ghosts
This product is the white onyx pendulum for divination. The pendulum can communicate with spirits by asking yes/no questions. Depending on the spirit’s response, the pendulum may swing one way for a yes and the other for a no. It’s possible to ask questions which only have two possible answers using this method.
This onyx pendulum stone measures between 35–45 mm. There will be variations, as the onyx is a naturally grown crystal. Attached is a 150 mm silver chain with a bead on the end. Remember that none of our pendulums look the same and may look slightly different from the photo.
How to use your dowsing pendulum
Dowsing is a skill anyone can learn. You don’t need years of training or qualifications. Yes, you will improve with practice, but you can get started correctly. Hold the end of the chain where the bead is and let the onyx stone hang loose.
Keep your hand steady and wait for the stone to stop moving. Ask the spirits to show you what a yes is, and it should start moving front to back, left to right, or clockwise or counterclockwise. Once you know a yes, the opposite will be your no. You can now begin to ask yes/no questions.
Magical properties of white onyx
This product is not just your average pendulum. White onyx is a powerful stone which helps keep your mind positive. It will purify negative energy and will help alleviate sadness and anxiety. This stone is excellent for freeing yourself of any worries or fears. White onyx is filled with positive energy and can increase a human’s stamina.
Unlocking the secrets of divination
Dowsing, the art of divination, is a skill that knows no boundaries. No extensive training or qualifications are required; you can begin your journey of discovery right away. Hold the chain where the bead dangles, allowing the White Onyx Stone to hang freely. Steadily observe until the stone comes to rest. Invite the spirits to reveal their presence: watch for the stone’s distinct motion—a sway, a rotation, or a clockwise/counterclockwise turn—to signify “yes.” The opposite movement will indicate “no.” Now, you are ready to embark on a journey of seeking answers to your yes/no questions.