Karnak is one of the Egyptian pendulums, an exact replica of a pendulum made of sandstone and found by French Radiethesist Antoine Bovis in the 1930's in one of the sarcophagi in Kings Valley of Egypt. Original Karnak particulars were: weight 20 gr., length 55 mm., and diameter in widest spot 10 mm. Karnak's fame is due to Leo Chaumery and Andre de Belizal.
Today's wooden Karnaks are those of mahogany or beechwood (in few sizes).
"White Karnak" is equally as effective as standard Karnak, but safer to use. By "White", we mean that it radiates only the visible part of the white light spectrum and none of the potentially harmful components of the invisible range such as Negative Green.
As a pendulum, Karnak is an excellent transmitter and receiver of different radiesthetic colours, even on very long distance (in the sense of space and time). Its sensitivity to its holder's will and thoughts makes it a perfect tool for any kind of mental dowsing work.
While held in a vertical position, Karnak radiates:
Green - from North
Magnetic (Horizontal) Aspect of Negative Green - from South
Red - from East
Violet - from West.
To summarize: - White Karnak is an excellent pendulum to dowse for:
- location of Black Streams and water as well as mineral deposits
- detect any metals, alloys, and their analysis
- medical assessments and health balancing sessions
- veterinarian work and chromotherapy (colour therapy).
Made of beech wood.