Published February 25, 2005
by AuthorHouse .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||200|
The Pendulum Project describes fun and practical ways to use the hypnotic pendulum as a tool for self-improvement and inner exploration. Includes chapters on: How to get started with your practice.-Theories on how and why the pendulum responds.-Fascinating history about the hypnotic pendulum. -Safeguards against common errors in using the : James Malone. Project Pendulum. by. Robert Silverberg. Rating details ratings 17 reviews. Silverberg presents a short novel about two people involved in the world's first time-travel experiment--one that sends them whirling pendulum-like into the distant past and unimaginable future. Reprint from Walker/5. The Pendulum Project by James Malone describes fun and practical ways to use a pendulum for self-improvement and inner exploration. Included are chapters on: Getting started with your pendulum-Some theories on how the pendulum actually works.-The historical roots of the pendulum.-The correct way to question your subconscious.-Finding lost objects/5. (Matthews ) On the background of the Pendulum Project are the historical experiments of pendulum motion, and the aim is to teach students among others .
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A description of how abstract art can be made with a pendulum. More: The Pendulum book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Project rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. .. if you aren’t interested in historical accuracy or even perhaps able to pretend this took place in England than the books is worth the read /5(11). had been given the grant and the use of the great machine for one year. We were working on a method of restructuring living cells using electro-static fields. And since we were attempting to make the cells young again, we called it the Pendulum Project. The Practical Pendulum Book Pendulums offer a wealth of information when we know how to use them. Use the 38 pendulum charts, plus complete and concise instructions to discover.