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Talismans on Ebay--Or how to save yourself some money
If you look on Ebay you will find that a goodly number of folks have talismans for sale, promising everything from miraculous amounts of money to killing your in-laws. Now, the first thing that you have to remember is that these things are usually not worth the cost of the listing as far as any results they might bring but some of them are actually made by honest people and are charged to bring the result that they are claiming.
So the first thing you do is follow the old adage that if something sounds too good to be true it probably is. But let us say that you see an add for one of these things and it sort of resonates with you and you think it might actually have something going for it. Before you spend your money, do a few things.
First, print up the picture of the talisman. That gives you a witness to work from.
Second, using your pendulum, ask if it actually has a charge. Do this by holding the pendulum over the picture and see if you get a positive swing.
Assuming that you get a positive swing, you need a simple gadget on this site so go to the Analyzer page and if you have not already done so, build that instrument. It does not take long.
Put the photo on the witness square and place the dial between 0 and 50. Ask if the power of the talisman to work for you (because just because it is charged does not mean that it will work the same for everyone) while holding the pendulum over the photo. If you get a "yes" response, forget the item. It is not worth the trouble. If a "no" then move the dial to between 50 and 60 while holding the pendulum. If there is no response, move the dial to between 60 and 70 and so on until you get a response. Once you have, let us say between 60 and 70, then set the dial at 60 and move it to each number until it swings, let us say at 64.
Now you have the level of power that the item will work for you at and you can decide from there if you want to spend your hard-stolen money on it.