Tuesday 20th of August 2019 08:36:41 PM
At the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic with Bude’s Emma Jane Saunders.
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Learn the history of Pendulums, create some pendulum boards, take part in simple exercises to know your pendulum better, learn some basic pendulum healing. Expand your knowledge on the pendulum – a simple yet effective tool of spirituality.
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