ABBÉ MERMET WITNESS CHAMBER BRASS PENDULUM
Abbé Alexis Mermet (1866-1937) was perhaps the most famous dowser in modern history. He was a French priest in Jussy, Switzerland who used his skill with a pendulum to locate water and minerals in South Africa, find missing people, objects, and animals. In fact, most of the water sources around Paris and Vienna were discovered in the 18th century by well-known practitioners using his technique.
His classic book, Principles and Practice of Radiesthesia: A Textbook for Practitioners and Students, published over 50 years ago, encompasses 40 years of research and application. He was recognized by the Vatican for the many miracles performed and his remarkable ability with using a pendulum.
His original pendulum was made of ebonite, but is more commonly found now made of brass. It has a removable top that opens to a hollow compartment, known as a Witness Chamber. Here, you can cache a small sample of something you are searching for. Or, you can include a small message in the chamber to aid in your interrogation.
The Abbe Mermet Pendulum fits best in the Large Leather Pouch.
Size & Weight
1.02″ / 1.94 oz