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Pendulum Charts and Mats

Pendulum Charts come in all shapes, sizes and configurartions. A pendulum chart may contain words, letters, numbers, symbols, colors, or even physical objects laid out in an arranged fashion. Charts can be made of just about anything - paper, plastic, cloth, stone, wood, or even scratched into the dirt.

Pendulum charts give your pendulum the ability to communicate a broad array of information that's limited only by how much information is on the chart. The specifics of how to use charts varies depending on the type - though all are based on the same basic idea. The pendulum uses the direction of its swing to indicate its answer in the chart. Click here to browse all our pendulum charts.


Yes/No Pendulum Cloth Chart
The "Yes/No" pendulum chart shown here is cloth. You can fold it up and put in your pocket with your pendulum.

Pendulum charts give your pendulum the ability to communicate a broad array of information that's limited only by how much information is on the chart. The specifics of how to use charts can vary, depending on the type - though all are based on the same basic process - hold your pendulum over a chart, ask a question, read the answer by watching the pendulum swing over the information on the chart below it.

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The Light Beyond - Rose Quartz, Rainbow Fluorite and Sterling Silver

Using a Chart for Multiple Choice Decisions

A chart gives you a mechanism to make any multiple choice decision with your pendulum. Instead of querying only "yes/no/maybe", you can create a chart that contains all the possible answers, which allows your pendulum to go straight the answer in a single question, instead of having to do a series of yes/no questions.

Here's an example of how to use your pendulum to pick out a movie.
Ask Your Pendulum - blank Pendulum Chart
Shown directly above is a blank pendulum chart. (You can click on the image to bring up a larger version which you can print out - or if you prefer, draw your own on a blank piece of paper- using the chart here as a guide.) If you don't want to waste paper, I've created a handy laminated hard copy of this chart that comes with its on own dry erase marker for repeated use.

In the example of picking out a movie, you would write the name of each one you're considering into a pie slice on the blank chart. If there are more pie slices (there are 14 on this chart) than choices, leave blanks in between the options. Avoid clumping everything all to one side - distribute the choices evenly across the chart. Before starting, be sure to program your pendulum's source to your higher self.

Then hold your pendulum over area indicated by the the arrow (the chart's hinge-point) and ask your question, which may depend on the objective in selecting a movie (a good laugh, a good cry, a mindless escape, etc.). Questions you might ask are: Which of these movies will provide the be entertainment tonight? Which movie will be the most fun (or exciting, suspenseful, etc)?

Of course, this chart is not limited to selecting movies. You can use it for anything. Life is full of multiple choice decisions.

Checking Chakras with a Chart

Ask Your Pendulum Chakra Pendulum Chart
For more information about chakras, see our Chakras page. Shown directly above is a pendulum chart for checking your chakras. (You can click on the image to bring up a larger version which you can print out - or if you prefer, draw your own on a blank piece of paper- using the chart here as a guide.) If you want something more durable, I've created a handy a laminated version of the chart. To use, lay the chart flat on a desk or table and hold your pendulum over the area at the center of the chart (where the pointer indicates). With a quiet, unbiased mind, ask your pendulum to identify specific states or energy levels. For example, you can ask "Show me which chakra has the highest energy today." Or, "Show me which chakra needs attention most right now." You can even ask specific questions designed to help narrow down issues that you may already be aware of. For instance, if you are feeling anxious, you could ask, "Which chakra is contributing to my sense of anxiety today?" Then study the attributes of that chakra (as listed on the chart) to see if you can focus in on the problem.
Chakra Stars
Remember to phrase your questions so that the pendulum can answer clearly. If you asked, "How are my chakras?" over this chart, your pendulum won't be able to answer because the question is too vague. A better question might be, "Which chakras are open?" or "Which chakras are closed?". You'd then read the pendulum as it swings directionally over the various wedges on the chart. Watch as it swings directionally through each wedge that fits the answer to your question question. If only a few chakras are in open, the pendulum will swing through those and then may stop, or it may return to the first one indicated. If it swings in a clockwise circle, this indicates all chakras. Counter-clockwise indicates no chakras.

Tarot Major Arcana Pendulum Chart (side 1 and side 2)

Ask Your Pendulum - Tarot Major Arcana Pendulum ChartSide 2 of the Tarot Major Arcana Pendulum Chart

Shown directly above is a pendulum chart for reading the Tarot. (You can click on the images to bring up a larger version which you can print out.) If you don't want to deplete your printer's ink cartridges - or don't have a printer, I've created a handy a laminated version of the chart.

How to use: Lay the pie chart (side one) face up, flat on a table and hold your pendulum directly over the chart's hinge-point (the spot the arrow points at). Specify the source of the pendulum's answers (your higher self) and ask your question. For example, "What is life's lesson today?" or "Help me understand the significance of ______________ (this could be an event or synchronicity that you want to explore the meaning of)". Wait for the pendulum to show you the card (or cards) that contain the answer. Your pendulum may begin in a circular or even an erratic swing. Be patient and it will eventually evolve into a directional swing - outwards from the point, over one or more wedges in the chart. When it settles into a consistant directional swing above one wedge, it is indicating the card shown in that wedge.

You can use the images on side two to take a closer look at a card(s) selected by side one. To intrepret the message or card meaning, refer to your favorite Tarot book. To verify a selected card, place side two face up and flat on a table. Locate the card in question and hold your pendulum about 1/2" above its image. If your pendulum is already programmed for yes/no answers, you can simply ask, "Is this the right card?" and watch for a yes/no/maybe answer. Another way to confirm a card is to say "Confirm if this is the right card." If pendulum swings clockwise, it's confirmed. If it swings counter-clockwise or is unclear and you'll want to go back to the side one chart to re-ask or even rephrase the question.

You can use a chart to communicate with angels, spirits, and spirit guides.