The planetary correspondence for the walnut tree is the sun, which makes its element fire. Pendulums from the tree have this fiery, masculine energy, believed to have magical associations with fertility and high energy.  The tree was also sacred to Astarte, the Semitic goddess of war, sexuality and fertility. The Greeks later came to associate her with Aphrodite who is most commonly known as a goddess of love and beauty.

It once was called the tree of evil since witches in Italy are said to have danced under walnut trees during their rituals. Modern Pagans and witches may not carry on this specific tradition, but its use in magic is still prevalent. Specifically, carrying the nut in the shell is believed to promote fertility of mind and body.

The walnut tree is also helpful in making a transition from one state of affairs to another including major changes in life circumstances. It has the ability to break the link of past unwanted associations. Meditation on the energy of the walnut tree helps to bring clarity and strength to make the needed change.


Hekau is the Egyptian word for magic. It is also referred to as a supernatural energy that the gods possessed. This energy is said to have been around since before duality came into being, which was depicted in the Old Kingdom Pyramid texts. Later a god was worshiped named Heka, which literally means “He who activates Ka”. Ka is the Egyptian name for life force in the Sarcophagus Text. Heka was also known to be the son of Menhit, a lion headed goddess referred to as Sekhmet.


Hekau magic was many things but, above all, was seen to have close association with speech and the power of the word. Thought, deed, image, and power are theoretically united in the concept of Heka. Inscribed in Sarcophagi, dating back to the middle kingdom from El Bersha, we learn that the deceased must have this energy to be able to successfully face the trials they will have during their journey. The Heka must integrate into their individual soul and personality.


Heka can be seen as an underlying form of spirituality in ancient Egypt regardless of the era or the gods most popular at any time. Heka was honored throughout Egypt's history from the earliest times through the Ptolemaic Dynasty (332-30 BCE) and into Roman Egypt. 

There was a statue of him in the temple of the city of Esna where his name was inscribed on the walls. He was regularly invoked for the harvest, and his statue was taken out and carried through the fields to ensure fertility and a bountiful crop.


The Hekau Pendulum radiates the Infrared spectrum as seen in Pendulum Alchemy. This frequency is associated with the moment twilight meets the sunrise of a new day. This strongly symbolizes the process of ending one cycle of life, transitioning into reincarnation and even rebirth.


This is a helpful tool in distance mental chromotherapy. It is an asset to mending fragmented consciousness back to the consciousness block (ego). I believe this frequency is symbolically Hekau energy. It comes from the void of twilight into the sunrise of life. It is necessary to be able to represent the ending of one cycle, as to give birth to new healthy programs. Utilizing the infrared and red frequencies can increase the probability of success in this area and more.


It also works well to harmonize the reproductive system in men and women. This includes healing astral fragments left in the womb after miscarriages, abortions, stillborns, and absorbed twins.


Used with the Sekhem Pendulum these are valuable tools to help treat the trauma and afflictions from previous lifetimes, as well as traumas that we sustained during our current existence.

Walnut Wood Hekau Pendulum