Answers I received from my pendulum

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posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:26 PM
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Originally posted by Buddyweiser
Ok I got 2 more


1. will yellow stone blow in the next 3 years?

2. will the U.S. Dollar get replaced by the Amero?


answer to both:no




posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:34 PM
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Close to 15 years ago, I created a pendulum out of a length of cotton from which I suspended a plastic, spherical earring (sophisticated).

To begin with, I was simply following instructions from a book which advocated the use of a pendulum as means to access the subconscious mind and rid it of negative suggestions placed there throughout life, but primarily in childhood. The author's theory was that when someone is in an emotional state (such as a child when its parents are arguing heatedly) then anything SAID during their argument can be carried by the child's emotions of fear and anxiety, etc. into that child's subconscious mind.

So, for example, if the mother screamed at the father, 'You're a loser and you always will be ! ', then the child's emotions will embed that message (even though it was not intended for the child) in the child's subconscious mind. The child's subconscious will then impose the message on the child. So .. the child (and later, through the teens and adulthood) will be influenced by the belief it is ' A loser and always will be', despite the individual's strenuous attempts to succeed. In short, the person's subconscious mind will 'make' them a loser.

The author said everyone has these self-defeating messages and thus it's a great idea to remove them. And one way of doing so is to get to know the subconscious mind in order to first discover what negative suggestions are there and (2) to remove them and replace them with positive beliefs.

A simple and effective way to communicate with one's subconscious mind, said the author, was via pendulum.

So that's what I started out to do. But I found it so ridiculously easy to work with the pendulum, that I got carried away with it and veered off on a tangent. Well, to be honest, I think my subconscious was at least in part responsible for the fact I strayed from the path.

Next I knew, I was receiving 'information' via the pendulum and half a dozen simple charts I created. These contained letters of the alphabet, to which the pendulum could swing in order to spell out words. I also created circles divided into segments containing various countries, then narrowed it down further via other circles which contained 'east/west/south/north' etc. And so on.

Via this method, I was provided people's names, dates of birth, names of towns and nearby cities, people's occupations, dates of death, number of children, etc.

Then at one point, something changed. It happened very quickly. I felt it almost immediately. And knew I was not in communication with the same source. The new source did not feel nice at all.

I packed away the pendulum and the notes I'd taken. Several weeks later, intrigued and less alarmed, I began writing away to institutions overseas, in an attempt to discover if the information I'd received via pendulum had any basis in fact.

One reply after another stated they had nothing in their records which tallied with the individuals I'd requested they run searches on (this was long before I had access to internet).

Further months passed and each reply failed to validate in any way the information I'd received via pendulum.

Then, when I'd basically written the entire thing off, I received a stack of documents from overseas. And there was the name of one of the individuals in an old Poll Tax from the 1700s. Name correct. Name of town correct. Date correct. Type of locality correct (rural, hamlet). Church correct. Nearest large city correct (Aberdeen). Cause of death was interesting .. my subconscious 'corrected' my assumptions which in turn were based on the wording of the information. When your subconscious takes the trouble to argue with and correct you, it does feel a bit as if you've stepped into a reality far different to the one in which you've assumed yourself to be. It's pretty funny

The implications of the apparent validation of the pendulum-derived information was sobering, to say the least. Particularly as the individual in question had been named via the pendulum swings as being my spouse in an alleged previous life. At the time, and during the time I'd used the pendulum, I'd been violently opposed to the theory of reincarnation. The concept outraged me. It was a gut-reaction .. one of immediate anger, fear, disappointment, sense of injustice and outrage, etc. I was violently opposed to any suggestion I might have to return to this dimension and outraged that I might have been here before. It was not logical, given the number of 'paranormal' experiences I'd had, but that's how I felt about reincarnation, to the point that when I saw books about it in stores, or heard people 'prattling on' (as I put it) on tv and elsewhere, it was all I could do not to spit in disgust.

So the 'information' which emerged via the pendulum (supposedly from my subconscious) had not found a willing taker, by any means.

During the period I utilized the pendulum, I did try to learn the winning lottery numbers in advance, as my business-partner had recently embezzled from me several hundred thousand dollars and I needed money to send my children to university.

The Lottery numbers I hoped had been nominated as winners by the pendulum were so NOT successful that they could be said to have been worse than random selection with a pin. Yet I'd always managed to win small amounts on regular basis before. So as a predictive tool re: financial gain, I'd rate the pendulum at worse than Chance, at least in my case.

Have been meaning for years to experiment again with the pendulum. Still have it in a drawer alongside the notes I took in the above little flutter with it. But I'm wary of it, after my experience with the 'negative' presence I experienced.

Important to say that the pendulum is just a tool .. is just a weight suspended on something. It can't 'tell' you anything of its own accord. It's simply a medium, a translator if you like, or similar to a telephone line.



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:42 PM
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Originally posted by calihan_12
ALSO, if you want me to ask the pendulum anything in particular, just post what you want asked, and ill ask the pendulum and give you the answer I receive


Ask the same sequence of questions 25 times for 25 days. Show us the results, just out of curiosity.



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:42 PM
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very interesting story! thats amazing.

yes ive found that when you ask any kinds of question about financial gain or things that are dependent on luck... you dont get clear answers



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:51 PM
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In the 1960's about 1966 I think, the Amazing Kreskin was very popular. He put out a pendulum in a box with a board kind of like a Ouija board. Lots of people got one.

It sold well and I ended up with one. After a couple of years i caught him on a show where he explained how and why they work on the talk show and demonstrated. It was the Mike Douglas Show he did that on.

I had not thought of these in years.

Interesting thread and experiment. I won't pile any more questions on you. I got to where I could make it go any direction at will without anyone being able to discern any movement of my fingers.

If you are honest with yourself, you will find that it always gives the answer you want it to give. It won't hold up to testing with questions to which you have no opinion or don't know the answer. Tested for long enough with proper yes or no questions you will always end up with an accuracy rate near 50%. Maybe is a neutral meaningless answer.

I had lots of fun with it for a while.

[edit on 8/20/2009 by Blaine91555]



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:54 PM
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Originally posted by calihan_12

you have to hold the string and ask it. say "show me yes" and it will move in a certain direction, telling you anytime it moves that direction the answer will be yes. and you say "show me no" and itll do a different direction.



I'm a counter clockwise Yes.

I gave my crystal pendulum to my granddaughter. Would have been fun to see if my answers matched yours.



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:55 PM
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Originally posted by Annee

Originally posted by calihan_12

you have to hold the string and ask it. say "show me yes" and it will move in a certain direction, telling you anytime it moves that direction the answer will be yes. and you say "show me no" and itll do a different direction.



I'm a counter clockwise Yes.

I gave my crystal pendulum to my granddaughter. Would have been fun to see if my answers matched yours.


i think my mom is a counter clockwise yes also.

for yes, mine goes up and down and for no it goes sideways, so its very distinct and easy for me to tell the difference



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:55 PM
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A few questions if you don't mind? I'll try and stop myself at 10(ish)


1. Does the underground base at Dulce , NM really exist?

1a. If so is there a resident alien population there?

2. Was Edgar Cayce an accurate prophet?

3. Was Nostradamus an accurate prophet?

4. Was the Coral Castle constructed by mundane means?

5. Does Sasquatch/Bigfoot exist?

6. Did a close friend of mine actually see a fairy like he claims?

7. Were Betty and Barney Hill actually abducted by aliens as they claimed?

8. Was I ever abducted by aliens?

8a. If so do these abductions continue to happen?

9. Have I had a conversation with a ghost or other invisible entity?

10. Were the crystal skulls made by humans?


Love the thread... most entertaining s&f


oh ps... will I win millions on the lotto??



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 10:59 PM
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Originally posted by Resinveins
A few questions if you don't mind? I'll try and stop myself at 10(ish)


1. Does the underground base at Dulce , NM really exist?-yes

1a. If so is there a resident alien population there?-yes

2. Was Edgar Cayce an accurate prophet?-no

3. Was Nostradamus an accurate prophet?-yes

4. Was the Coral Castle constructed by mundane means?-no

5. Does Sasquatch/Bigfoot exist?-yes

6. Did a close friend of mine actually see a fairy like he claims?-yes

7. Were Betty and Barney Hill actually abducted by aliens as they claimed?-yes

8. Was I ever abducted by aliens?-no

8a. If so do these abductions continue to happen?-no

9. Have I had a conversation with a ghost or other invisible entity?-yes

10. Were the crystal skulls made by humans?-no


Love the thread... most entertaining s&f


oh ps... will I win millions on the lotto??



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 11:00 PM
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and thank you! glad you are enjoying it



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 11:16 PM
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Wow, Dulce Exists


This thread is really entertaining



Am i going to get big money some day in my life?


Are lobsang rampa books based on real experiences?

Are carlos castaneda books based on real experiences?

Is the moon artificial?



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 11:16 PM
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1. Will you marry me?

2. Will mankind have transcended to a new stage of evolution in 2060?

3. Do authentic crystal skulls really contain information of past civilisations?

4. Are their secrets of our past in Egypt?

5. Did Atlantis exist?



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 11:17 PM
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1) Is one of my parents deceased? 2) Is it my father? 3) Is it my mother? 4) Am I meant to survive the things to come? 5) Am I meant to become some sort of leader after "what is to come"? 6) Will my current family survive?


 
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posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 11:20 PM
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Beg to differ with you when you say 'it will always give you the answers you want to hear'.

As I said in my post above, my subconscious (I prefer 'superconscious') mind, VIA the pendulum, corrected me -- argued with me in effect -- over what seemed such a trivial matter. It was the cause of death of the person allegedly my 'past life' self. I'd asked for cause of death. The pendulum, one letter at a time, spelled out 'heart'. So (because this is how I 'communicated' with my supposed subconscious-mind during the experiments) I repeated 'heart'. Are you saying 'I' died from a heart attack -- is that correct ? Please indicate via your swing if I did die from a heart-attack during what you claim was my previous life '

Then I waited for the pendulum to confirm or deny via a Yes, No or other swing. Obviously, I expected a 'Yes' swing.

And it swung to 'No'.

My conscious mind went ' Huh ? '

So I repeated the question again, in as clear and unbiased manner as I knew how.

And the pendulum again swung to 'No'.

I sat there and wondered what was going on. If you die from 'heart' .. surely that means 'heart attack'. Doesn't it ?

Again I asked for clarification, all the while SURE in my conscious mind that death from 'heart' and 'heart-attack' were the same thing.

Obviously my subconscious mind (or whatever I was actually communicating with) felt differently.

Now I basically wanted my subconscious mind to confirm what my conscious mind believed, i.e., that death from 'heart' and 'heart-attack' are the same thing. And I'm pretty stubborn and willful and determined at times, just like anyone else.

However, I was well aware that if the communication was worth five seconds of my time, then I had to play it by the book, regardless of answers I might have preferred.

So I asked 'Please tell me what caused the death of the person I allegedly was in the past life you claim I lived ?'

And it was spelled out 'heart'. That was it. 'Heart'. Take it or leave it.

I still don't know if there's any difference between death from 'heart' or from 'heart attack'. But whatever I was in communication with clearly DID believe there was a difference and would NOT be budged.

There were similar examples throughout the 'communications'. Sufficient to persuade me that our minds might have a mind of their own. I did see the humour in that at the time, too. Then later I think, I heard the same phrase in the lyrics of a pop song --might have been Tom Petty .. 'my mind has a mind of its own'. Or maybe I'm wrong and maybe it was 'My heart has a heart of its own'. It immediately struck a chord with me in relation to the pendulum experiments, anyway. It's interesting



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 11:23 PM
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hey guys i am gonna take a break from the pendulum for the time being. i will get back to answering your questions tomorrow
its 12:30 here im a bit tired.

but whatever questions i didnt get to, check in tomorrow and i will have answered them

goodnight!!



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 11:29 PM
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But you were just proposed to.

Don't keep me in suspense until tomorrow..


Great thread, enjoying it very much.



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 11:30 PM
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Hi there

My questions are:

1. Will Jupiter ignite in the near future?
2. Are we a genetic manipulated species?
3. Did other race create us?
4. Are lightships indeed angels?
5. Are our souls immortal?
6. Is ascension for real?
7. Will ascension happen in the next 5 years?
8. Is there intelligent human like people on Mars?

Well,i've seen a pendulum working before and i must say i was impressed.
Peace



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 11:40 PM
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I love this thread. I'm glad you made it. I say that because I have accurate results with pendulums as well though it's been a couple years since I've used one and I didn't give it much credit at the time. This makes me want to pull mine back out and start answer questions with you.


Btw, it doesn't matter what you make a pendulum out of, I've always gotten good results with anything.



posted on Aug, 21 2009 @ 12:13 AM
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Hey I recently got one not too long ago after a specific one gravitated towards me..it was a very freaky moment. How the hell do they work? I guess they are right but i think its because of the position you hold it at with your arm...but sometimes i feel energy from it....



posted on Aug, 21 2009 @ 12:16 AM
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used to do this all the time and still have my pendulum somewhere it mostly used to give me incorrect answers though


okay some question's

1)will i live to 30?

2)will liverpool win the league this season?

3)will i have kids?

4)am i a bad person?

5)do i have 1 sister?

6)was king arthur real?

7)was i a knight in my past life?

8)is there an afterlife?




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