How Does the Devote-Schlampe Work?

The devote-schlampe is the cross which consists of a cut stone over a wooden post in the shape of a square. The stone is secured between two posts and is supported by a cross piece above the bottom of the stone.

The stone is marked off for every number of crosses that are to be used. It may be a single stone or a grid of stones forming a square. There are several sorts of marks used by people. The oldest kind is used to make the devote-schlampe, and the modern version is used by people in Switzerland.

In the older marks, a rounded mark is used to work the wood into a wooden post. A rope or metal was put around the cross piece and through the rings on the stone. This ensures that the stone remains steady and does not shift about during the working.

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The main features of the method include the need for a steady stone and rope to secure it and the need for a large enough support. It has many variants. In many communities, it is considered an essential ritual, and the stone is used in many different ways.

The devote-schlampe can also be a simple wooden cross or a smaller version of a triangular mark. The use of marks is still prevalent in many cultures and religions. Some of the variations include the fact that some marks are only flat, while others are slightly inclined inwards or outwards.

It may be a wooden post to which a rope is tied, or it may be a grid. The ideal stone is a triangular shape which can be shaped to fit the wooden post or any other shape that fits the community’s space. This is a very popular mark in Switzerland.

In Germany, it is traditional to use a block of wood to make the stone. The stone is then marked for the number of crosses that are to be used. Sometimes, the single stone is marked in a semicircle, meaning that there are three crosses in the form of a triangle. In addition, in some communities, crosses are only used with a single mark.

There are still many variations to this type of mark and in different communities. There are also many uses and reasons for using a devote-schlampe.