A 3D printed wooden pendulum


A new version with a wood / PLA yarn

Below is a video where I present my latest variant of the “spectrum aura” pendulum with a 3d printing thread containing 25% wood. This version is weighted like the previous one with stainless steel. The rendering is really very nice.

Find on this page, my previous versions of the pendulum, how to make them if you have a 3D printer, or how to buy them.

Some images of the pendulum printed in 3D

Clean radiating negative green

It is possible to detect negative green or to desimpregnate the object which radiates from it:

  • Set the pendulum on the V-
  • Position the pendulum above the object to be impregnated, with the intention of cleaning it
  • The pendulum will rotate counterclockwise
  • When it stops, cleaning will be finished

Once the cleaning operation is done, you can measure the V- using the dial below. Set the pendulum to white to use it as a neutral pendulum.


For those who want to know more about the use of this type of pendulum, I recommend reading the book " the pendulum of the 5th reign by Anna Mael. The book is out of print, but it is easily available in pdf.

You also have as books to read the “Universal pendulum PU-6”, and “Vibratory dowsing test” by Léon Chaumery and André De Belizal.
There is unfortunately little information on this type of pendulum. It is up to you to do your research on this fantastic dowsing tool.

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