The Nova Hybrid brass pendulum is sensitive to mental receiving and broadcasting influences. Consequently, these characteristics make this a general purpose pendulum suitable for any dowsing assignment.
The Nova brass pendulum is similar in form to the Abbe Mermet brass pendulum. With a gentle concave head sheltering, 4 radial bands acting as antennae significantly increasing the pendulum’s capacity for mental projecting and receiving.
The bottom portion of the Nova brass pendulum softly comes to a round point, but not as abrupt as found on the Mermet brass pendulum.
There are many styles of pendulums and they basically all function the same. A pendulum’s design creates nuances in their operation and intended function.
Some pendulums are angular, and others are round. Some pendulums have a witness chamber. A witness chamber is a hollow cavity in a pendulum. By placing a sample or “witness” in the cavity, the pendulum resonates to the particular object. For example, placing a gold sample in the witness chamber tunes the pendulum to specifically “seek” gold. Tune the pendulum using any small sample that fits within the witness chamber.
Typically, with so many pendulums available, there is a pendulum that’s just right for you.
There is no right or wrong in selecting a pendulum. To a great degree, it’s an individual choice and preference. More often than not, many dowsers have several pendulums to choose from depending on the type of dowsing task they undertake.
Sometimes one pendulum just seems to work better when asking specific questions over another. If your pendulum isn’t responding the way you like using an alternative pendulum can do the trick.
The Nova Hybrid brass pendulum falls into the category of combining the traits of the famous Abbe Mermet brass pendulum along with the radial antennae familiar with the brass Isis pendulum. The purpose of adding the radial antennae is to increase the Nova’s “sending” abilities.
Nova Hybrid Brass Pendulum dimensions: 2.5 cm / 31.0 gm – (0.98″ / 1.09 oz)