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planchettes.com - About the Divine Geometry Used in the Development of Superior Psychic Tools...

 

For thousands of years, cultures from all over the world have harnessed the powers of an important, perhaps more accurately called a "magical" number... The bible quotes "god" himself as prescribing it's use in the construction of the arc of the covenant as well as the design of the boat in the story of Noah.

 

The great pyramids in Egypt were built using the powers of this magic number. The Ancient greeks used it nearly 2500 years ago in the construction of their temple, the parthanon. During the renaissance, it was implimented in the construction of Notra Dame, as well as in Leonardo DaVinci's "The Last Supper" portrait. It's to be found in the Mona Lisa, as well as the credit cards which we rely on so much today.

 

This sacred number has been called, among other things, phi, the golden section, the golden ratio, the golden rectangle as well as the divine ratio... This number is approximately 1.618033988749895. Being an "irrational number", it has no end, and continues on through infinity.

 

This magic number has curious properties. One that you may find the most incredible, disregarding, of course, how prevelant it is in nature and culture, is that when 1 is divided by this number, the result is this samge magic number, minus one, exactly... It's hard to comprehend how an endless number so perfectly divides into itself, as to perfectly repeat itself again...

 

This divine number as been intensely studied by some of the greatest minds of all time.

 

Plato (circa 428 BC - 347 BC), spent a good deal of time studying the powers of this divine number. in his "Timaeus," he considers the golden section to be the most binding of all mathematical relationships and the key to the physics of the cosmos.

 

Euclid of Alexandria (approx 325 BC - 265 BC) is the most prominent mathematician of all time. He is best known for his treatise on mathematics The Elements. The long lasting nature of The Elements must make Euclid the leading mathematics teacher of all time. Euclid explores the significance of this special ratio. He also was the first to link this sacred number to the construction of a pentagram.

 

Johannes Kepler (1571-1630), discoverer of the elliptical nature of the orbits of the planets around the sun, also made mention of the "Divine Proportion," saying "Geometry has two great treasures: one is the theorem of Pythagoras; the other, the division of a line into extreme and mean ratio. The first we may compare to a measure of gold; the second we may name a precious jewel."

 

The divine ratio continues to open new doors in our understanding of life and the universe. It appeared in Roger Penrose's discovery in the 1970's of "Penrose Tiles," which first allowed surfaces to be tiled in five-fold symmetry. It appeared again in the 1980's in quasi-crystals, a newly discovered form of matter.

 

Today master architects still integrate this "divine ratio" in their most important structures. The United Nations building in New York City is a PERFECT "golden rectangle..." Indeed, once one starts to look for this "irrational number", one finds it EVERYWHERE in nature and culture. Its importance to us is incomprehensible...

 

Scientists, although remaining at a loss to explain, understand that life itself repeats this proportion nearly everywhere...

 

We find this ratio throughout the human body. From the shape of our faces through the lengths of our bones, we see this number, over and over. Even the rhythm of our heartbeats follows this sacred ratio. We find it in every strand of our DNA. It to be found throughout the animal world. From the "design" of dolphin, through the developement of plants, it is everywhere...

 

Many insist that the divine ratio is key to understanding life... Obviously, there is something to it. We are the first to harness it's powers in the refinement of classical occult tools like the planchette and the communications board.

 

The psychic tools which we offer are of the finest quality ever constructed. In addition to engineering precision psychic tools, empowered with the powers of the divine ratio, we also have refined all other aspects of them. We feel that we have perfected the design of time-proven devices like the automatic writing planchette and the communications board.

 

Planchettes.com offers a wide range of paranormal products, with something "just right" for most anyone. Immediately upon handling one of our devices, it's obvious that we've created something special. Once you have witnessed the powers of these incredible, precision psychic tools, perhaps you too will be closer to understanding the nature of our existance and harnessing the vast powers which we possess...

 


 

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The History of Psychic Tools Psychic tools have a history going back thousands of years. We attempt to explain the evolution of these "devices" as well as show the connections between each of them. From the "pendulum board" used by Pythagoras through the most recent inventions.

Thomas Alva Edison and the Spirit World Thomas Edison is certainly regarded as one of the great minds of the ages. He has over 3,000 patents to his credit, more than anyone in history. Thomas Edison invented, among thousands of other things, the light bulb, the phonograph and many other "miracles of science" which we take foregranted today. Did you know that he spent years of his life building a machine which could communicate with the dead???

The "Ouija Board" - Fact, Fiction & Folklore The "ouija board" has been accused of many things. Some claim it's a direct link to the spirit world. Others would have you think that if you as much as went near one, you'd open the gates to hell and become posessed, just like the little girl in "The Exorcist..." We explore the FACTS and let the reader judge for themselves...

Do Spirits Write Books??? Via automatism and seances, many books have been published which credit supernatural entities with the authorship. We offer a synopsis of several well known, as well as nearly completely obscure books. We begin with discussing the "Seth Books", certainly the most famous of the lot. We also explore another book by well-resepected authors. In their book, they report to have communicated with famous "ghosts" including George Washington. Although this book is from 1882, they have some interesting things to report from entities living on Mars...

The Truth About Automatic Writing Automatic Writing is a powerful ability which most of us have yet to explore. We examine the evidence on hand and attempt to explain this phenomenon as well as potentials which are hardly explored.

Ouija Boards in the Movies... Psychic tools such as the "ouija board" have made their way into the spotlight many times. We reminisce about some of our favorites.

 

 

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Planchette: plan·chette (pln-sht) n.

(Taken from "An Encyclopaedia of Occultism" - London, 1920)

 

An instrument designed for the purpose of communication with spirits. It consists of a thin heard-shaped piece of wood, mounted on two small wheel-castors and carrying a pencil, point downwards, for the third support. The hand is placed on the wood and the pencil writes automatically, or presumably by spirit control operating through the psychic force of the medium.

In 1853, a well-known French spiritualist, M. Planchette, invented this instrument to which he gave his name. For quite fifteen years it was used exculsively by French spiritualists. Then in the year 1868 a firm of toy-makers in America took up the idea and flooded the booksellers' shops with great numbers of planchettes. It became a popular mania, and the instrument sold in thousands there and in Great Britain. It was, and is, largely used simply as a toy and any results obtained that may be arresting and seemingly inexplicable are explained by Animal Magnetism or traced to the power of subconscious thought.

Amongst spiritualists it has been used for spirit communication. Automatic writing has often been developed by use of the planchette, some mediums publishing books which, they claimed, were written wholly by their spirit-controls through the use of planchettes.

Dr. Ashburnes, in his Spiritualism Chemically Explained says that the human body is a condensation of gases, which constantly exude from the skin in invisible vapour - otherwise electricity; that the fingers coming in contact with the planchette transmit to it an "odic force," and thus set it in motion. He goes on to say that some people have phosphorous in excess in their system and the vapour "thus exuded forms a positively living, thinking, acting body, capable of directing a pencil."

There are variations on the planchette form such as the dial-planchette whch consists of a foundation of thick cardboard nine inches square on the face of which the alphabet is printed and also the numerals one to ten. There are the words "Yes," "No," "Goodbye" and "Don't Know." These letters, words and numerals are printed on the outer edge of a circle, the diameter of which is about seven inches. In the center of this circle, and firmly affixed to the cardboard, is a block of wood three inches square. The upper surface of this block has a circular channel on it and in this runs balls. Over the balls is placed a circular piece of hard wood, five inches in diameter, and attached to the outer edge of this a pointer. The upper piece of wood is attached to the lower by an ordinary screw, upon which the upper plate revolves when used for communication. Another form is the Ouija board on which in an convenient order the letters of the alphabet are printed and over which a pointer easily moves under the direction of the hand of the person or persons acting as mediums.

It is stated that a form of this "mystic toy" was in use in the days of Pythagoras, about 540 B.C... In a French history of Pythagoras, the author describing his celebrated school of philosophy, asserts that the brotherhood held frequent seances or circles at which a mystic table, moving on wheels, moved towards signs inscribed on the surface of a stone slab on which the moving-table worked. The author states that probably Pythagoras, in his travels among the Eastern nations, observed some such apparatus in use amongst them and adapted his idea from them.

Another trace of such "communicating mechanism" is found in the legend told by the Scandinavian Blomsturvalla how the people of Jomsvikingia in the twelfth century had a high priest, one Völsunga, whose predictions were renowned for their accuracy throughout the length and breadth of the land. He had in his possession a little ivory doll that drew with "a pointed instrument" on parchment or "other substance," certain signs to which the priest had the key. The communications were in every case prosphetic utterances, and it is said in every case came true. The writer who recounts the legend thought it probable that the priest had procured the doll in China. In the National Museum at Stockhold there is a doll of this description which is worked by mechanism, and when wound up walks round and round in circles and occasionally uses its right arm to make curious signs with a pointed instrument like a stylo which is held in the hand. Its origin and use have been connected with the legend recounted above.