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The Moore Pendulum is inspired by the Moorish archietecture of the old world. These buildings were able to harness the energy of the atmosphere called Aether. Harnessing the Aether provided free energy to the people in and around this building. Generating a Blue Frequency, this Pendulum carries the cappability to be a powerful healing pendulum. The energy while spinning in hand is incredible.

 My first time using it gave me goosebumps on my whole body. It felt very similar to being in a tunnel with a breeze, the enegy from this pendulum is strong and powerful. If you are into healing yourself and others this pendulum is a must have.


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1: Banyan- The Banyan represents growth, strength, and self-awareness through reflection. meditation, and a quieting of one's mind. It is said that Buddha found enlightenment after sitting under the banyan tree for 7 days. It also represents eternal life, because of its ever-expanding branches. The country's unity is symbolized by the trees huge structure and its deep roots. The tree is also known as Kalpavriksha, which means 'wish fulfilling tree'.


2: Olive Wood- This wood is remarkable in its ability to aid in communication with spirits and the dead. With powerful spiritual energy, having this wood in your possession will help bring about the situations that create spiritual growth. It attracts such situations into your life.

3: Guava Wood- Is a very spiritual wood, and is connected to its ability to endure difficult conditions without giving up hope for better times ahead. Guava leaves are also used as a spiritual smudging tool. Burning guava leaves is an ancient Filipino practice that is used to cleanse negative energies from the environment, just as white sage is used by Native Americans in cleansing and sending up prayers



4: Red Meranti/ Ash Wood- The Ash tree has long been associated with wisdom, knowledge, and divination. In a number of legends, it's connected to the gods, and considered sacred. The Ash tree is also shrouded in mysticism - in Norse mythology it was considered the 'Tree of Life'. The ash tree was once thought to have healing powers, and could be burnt to drive out evil spirits.Meranti with its unparalleled ability to offer a sense of calm and beauty in religious and spiritual spaces, Meranti wood remains a popular and enduring material of choice for reflection and healing as we look ahead to the new year and beyond.


5: Mahogany- Symbolizes strength and is known as a wood of protection—the legend is that it can even withstand lightning strikes. Spiritual growth and guidance are Mahogany's primary properties. It is an excellent wood for emotional and spiritual healing.


6: Lacewood- Is full of positive energy, is known to bring good luck and is excellent for divination. It draws heavily from the element of earth, and seeks a partner of strength and creativity as it posesses strong grounding abilities. Aids in protection and manifesting.


7: Wenge / White Wenge- Favors those who are relaxed, level-headed, down to earth, witty, at peace and logical. Wenge wood possesses a very relaxed energy, encouraging slow, even thought. Being a Pendulum that is perfect for meditation, it is among the best when used in Divination, Charms and Dream Magic.  


9: Red Oak- Since the earliest ties between humans and oaks, a very strong symbolic image of oaks has developed in which these trees have become associated with longevity, strength, stability, endurance, fertility, power, justice, and honesty.The Red Oak is often associated with absolute love. It is probably because of its vivid colour, its leaves that turn red in the autumn and its ever-shining appearance.


10: Yellow Pine- The pine tree represents rebirth and immortality and strength in adversity, overcoming hardships through optimism and inner strength. The tree itself seems to correspond to the element Fire because of the resin and its quickness to burn as well as its protective and transformative nature, though its scent is quite Earthy. The pines in Greece were consecrated to Rhea, which represented totality and contained pairs of opposites within, configuring itself as the androgyne from which the creation sprang.This evergreen tree is the symbol of immortality, so much so that its resin was used to purify, sterilize, and embalm things one wanted to preserve over time.


11: Mango Wood- Encourages us to remember and honor the happy moments of our childhood and in our life as a way to rejuvenate the soul. Mango signals a period of returning to our past to reconnect with friends, family and places. Mango trees are a symbol of love and happiness that possess the magical power to grant wishes. Mango reminds us to focus on happy times versus hard times as we consciously shift our perceptions.


12: Bair Wood-The Bair tree is a much branched, thorny deciduous tree with a spreading crown, growing to a height of about 45 feet. It is a hardy species with its origin in India.Bair is one of those monumental trees that are unique to every historical Hindu temple. Ber fruits are offered to Lord Shiva, and in all Shiva temples, the fruit is given great importance, especially during Maha Shivaratri, the Hindu festival in honor of Lord Shiva.


13: Himalayan Cedar-The spiritual meaning of cedar is protection, wisdom and strength. For centuries, cedar trees have been revered for their spiritual significance. Cedar is known as a powerful medicine in many cultures, celebrated for spiritual protection and its ability to heal and purify.


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