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Runic Pendulum

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I've finally managed to acquire one of the rather unique #runic #pendulums from LA FORTUNAE. If you are serious about #dowsing, they have some of the best #handcrafted pendulums out there. The reason why I'm so excited is that I didn't come to the #runes via #divination (it will probably surprise some of you), I was interested in recreating a #healing tradition as I had read that the Runes have been used for healing. I did manage to work something out with #energyhealing to some degree until I hit a wall. That's when my world started crumbling, I will spare you the details. The truth is that Iiterally had to go to and through #hel to truly learn (including divination) and figure the healing part out, under a different form that I had initially imagined. I have a strong feeling that this tool will enable me to pick up where I energetically left off and take things much further. #runicpendulum #energymedicine #energywork #metaphysical #spiritual #paganism #shamanism #pagansofinstagram #shamansofinstagram #theskyisthelimit #goddesshel #darkgoddess #darkmother #wyrd

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MAKE: Altered ‘Baroque’ Pendulum

When you don’t have time for a full reading, using the pendulum is a nice and quick alternative. But, of course, the answer to your question will be limited to ‘yes’ or ‘no’ without further explanations.

I have a few pendulums, My favorite one (and go-to pendulum) is a heavy golden pendulum that used to belong to my grandmother, but I don’t think she ever used it (at least not to my knowledge) and I’ve never seen another one like it.

I’ve been wanting to make my own pendulums for some time now. I just didn’t know what to use to start with. And I wanted something unique. So this morning I made this little pendulum above, which is an altered pendulum because I didn’t really make it from scratch. The wrapped pyrite stone came from a former pendulum that broke several years ago but I had kept all the pieces. The beaded part, on the other hand, came from a vintage earring inherited from my grandmother jewelry box. I just decided to combine the 2 together and…Voila! And the best part is that it actually works! 😉