Moss Agate Faceted Pendulum for Divination


Moss Agate spiritual meaning:  Moss Agate is said to be the ideal stone for those who seek inner tranquility and emotional stability. Is is also commonly associated with manifesting abundant new beginnings.  

Pendulum is roughly 8 inches long total,  Chain measures 6-8". Faceted pendulum measures ~1.75"

The most common use of a pendulum is to communicate with your spirit through your guides or higher self by asking questions. Pendulums should be programmed before you work with them. When you first receive your pendulum, keep it close to you for a few days so it can connect with your energy. Once you’ve had some time to bond with it, relax, center yourself, and connect with your pendulum by holding it to your chest.

Once you feel connected to your pendulum, hold the tail end of the pendulum string between your thumb and whatever finger feels most comfortable with your elbow slightly bent and stabilized on a sturdy surface. Allow the pendulum to hang in the air between your hand and the surface you are using to rest your elbow. Decide and practice what each response of “yes,” “no,” and “maybe” should look like. Once you have demonstrated what each response will look like, ask aloud a few test questions, the answers to which you already know. Notice how the pendulum moves in response to each question.  Some questions might earn a circular response while some an up and down or side to side motion. Take note of what response you receive for “yes,” “no,” and “maybe”. If you find yourself receiving inconsistent or incorrect responses, work again to program the pendulum.

The idea behind divination using pendulums is to allow the natural vibrations of your body to move through you and to the pendulum so it can confirm to you the answer by amplifying the vibrations from your subconscious, causing the pendulum to swing. Ask a question that can be answered with a “yes” or “no” response and observe the cue. Once you are finished with your divination work, keep your pendulum in a safe place when it’s not being used.