Zodiac Pendulum Chart - Laminated or Download

"Signs of the Zodiac" is the newest AYP original pendulum chart.

This chart is available in two formats: Laminated or Digital Download. In addition to the chart, a chart key and instructions for use are included in both versions.

The digital download is a 3 page PDF file that you can print out as often as you like. The hard-copy version of this chart is laminated with the chart sections key on the back  of the chart. A page of instructions for "How to use this chart" are included.

If you opt for the digital download version, a link to your download is emailed to you right after you complete your purchase. You just download the file, which includes the chart, reference key to chart sections, and instructions for use and printing.

The Laminated Zodiac Pendulum Chart is physical item that is shipped to you. It measures 9" x 11 1/2" edge to edge, though can be trimmed to 8 1/2 x 11" if you need it to fit into a letter-sized binder.

This chart is broken into twelve narrow pizza-slice-shaped sections—one for each of the twelve signs of the Zodiac. Each slice contains six sub-sections for information that’s specific to that sign:

I. Zodiac name, symbol, and calendar period.
II. English name of Zodiac symbol.
III. Element and the "Quality" (or "Modality") of each.
IV. Ruling Planet.
V. Polarity.
VI. House.

Note: The Roman numerals identifying the subsections listed above are also printed on the chart. The "Chart Sections" page (included in the paid versions) contains a list of these subsections and a brief description of each.

A note from the creator of Ask Your Pendulum: This chart is the product of my own hard work, research and/or creativity, to which I hold the copyright thereto and reserve all rights. If you are purchasing the download, you may print this chart out for your own use as often as you like. However, you may not distribute, publish, project in any way, or display on any internet website without my express written permission.

How to Use this Chart

Before you get started, take a moment to clear your mind of problems, worries, expectations, and predictions.

  1. Decide how to phrase your inquiry. Keep in mind that the answer to your question will come from information printed on the chart, so you want to structure the question accordingly. Here’s an example: “What is the Zodiac sign or signs of those with whom I’d find the greatest friendships?” or “Show me one or more Zodiac signs of people with whom I am not romantically compatible.” Even though this is a Zodiac chart, you don’t necessarily have to focus your questions on Zodiac signs. For example, you can use this chart to ask about times of the year, such as, “Over the next twelve months, which time frame will provide me the greatest access to financial abundance?” Be as specific as you can and use details if you have them. You can also ask questions that focus on the elements of nature (the little colored triangles on the chart represent the four elements—fire, earth, air, and water). Or you can ask questions that are answerable by a numeric value from 1 to 12. Once you’ve decided how to phrase your question, it’s helpful to write it down before going to the next step.
  2. Position yourself, the chart, and your pendulum. Ideally, you want to sit up straight and if possible, put both feet flat on the floor. Place the chart face up so that the half circle divided into 12 wedges is in front of you, on a flat surface and with the arrow pointing away from your body. Grasp the top bead or fob of your pendulum between your thumb and forefinger and arch your wrist slightly. Hold pendulum directly over the “hinge point” of the chart (the spot indicated by the arrow) at about 1/2 inch above the chart’s surface. Steady your elbow (but not your hand) on the table and let the pendulum dangle directly above the chart’s hinge point.
  3. Ask your question and read the answer. Imagine the chart is a pizza (the bottom half of it is gone) and your pendulum is a wheel-style pizza cutter, which you’ve positioned at the center hinge-point. Ask your question. Hold your pendulum in position and let it swing freely as it looks into the matter. It may take a little time for your pendulum to gain momentum and direction. Don’t rush the process. When it does make a selection, the pendulum will repeatedly slice the same wedge by swinging in a straight line, back and forth, from the hinge point toward the outer edge of the chart. If your question is such that more than one section is valid, wait to see if there’s more to the answer. If there is, the pendulum will adjust direction and then swing through the additional applicable wedges.