How To Make a Psiwheel

I can remember when I saw for the first time instruction how to make a psiwheel – it was on PsiPog.net and I really didn’t know “what the hell” – it was years ago, but still – some people might still have problems, so I decided to create a visual guide to making a Psiwheel – enjoy :). But, before we get to the guide itself, let’s ask what a Psiwheel is? To all total newbies out there – psiwheel is a piece of paper or tin foil, placed on a pin (or needle). This little tool (developed by Russians as far as I know) is then mounted on a cork, an eraser, bottle cap or on a cardboard (with a little bit of glue). Now, to the guide itself…

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How to make a psi-wheel

How to make a psi-wheel

As you can see, you need a piece of paper (or tin foil) – fold it diagonaly, turn over, then fold it in a half, push centers, place on pin – Voila! I hope this visual “guide” was helpful to you. Now – start spinning :).

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  1. Personnally, I don’t like psiwheels that much, it can be easily affected by air currents and body heat!

    by zos / March 24th 2008

  2. That is why you’re putting something glassy on it ;). And I tried many times move it with heat (different methods) – with no success, it just won’t move by heat in my case.

    by Tassadar / March 24th 2008

  3. Ehhh, I’m not sure about this, don’t you think that there’s a better way, other than the psiwheel?

    by zos / March 24th 2008

  4. Oh and by the way, was the psiwheel really created by the russians?

    by zos / March 24th 2008

  5. There’s always a better way – way that you prefer. As for Russians – as I said: “as far as I know”…

    by Tassadar / March 24th 2008

  6. Yeah, but where did you getyour info from?

    by zos / March 24th 2008

  7. Umm… now this is a great question – I just know – I mean, I’ve read it many times in many different places – but don’t know where now. Damn – you got me…

    by Tassadar / March 24th 2008

  8. I’ve never heard that either. :P

    Something else a psiwheel is good for; testing an area for paranormal activity. My house was haunted, and the ghost spun the wheel. :P Crazy, but it worked.

    by ILE / March 24th 2008

  9. Really? was it a hostile spirit?

    by zos / March 25th 2008