Bone House: Adbel may be a sibling to Bone House: Elyba. They do have similarities. In both designs, you will note that the sides are different, like two sides of a coin. One side has a Large Head, and the other side has a Large Torso. One way to use this Gollum, is treat the large head as "Knowledge", our Intellect, Analytical Insight. While the Large Torso may mean "Matters of the Heart", Emotions, Gut Instincts, First Impressions.
Currently, House Adbel is intended to be a small Artifact. And House Elyba is much larger, physically. If both of these Gollums were to end up in your Casting, then a Parent to Child Relationship might be a part of the Reading. It could also mean that there is a power dynamic between two people in your life, perhaps even between you and someone that you know.
Keep in mind, that House Adbel has its arms and legs spread wide. This may mean that you are open to embracing others or to new ideas. It could also mean that you are feeling stretched in many directions. Perhaps too many. And maybe it is time to take steps to focus on fewer tasks.
You may also decide to assign the Large-Head-Side, to mean Face-Up. And the other side is Face-Down. This could mean that that, when face down, the Earth must be embraced. Its time to get more grounded. To go back to the roots.
When face up, it could mean relaxation or even trust. Or it could suggest that you will need to be vulnerable to someone, as a dog will lie on its back to signify submission, or acceptance of hierarchy.
Note: The name of this product is called Bone House: Adbel, because "Products need naming". But if you want to name it something else, then whisper that new name to the House, while you pass it through smoke. Or skip the mumbo jumbo, and give it a new name.
Note: a good "Casting Collection" may have multiple Gollums in it. So that you can find a variety of important meanings. Just one Gollum in a casting, may suggest that you are alone in your ideas, or in the world. Or it might mean that you should do this task yourself. But if there are two Gollums in the casting, then a partnership may be forming, or falling apart. Or someone else might be important on that next project. But if three Gollums appear, then you might need to consult the wisdom of the tribe, or get their support. Or remember that its not all about you, and that the community matters, etc.
So, when you are creating your Casting Collection - Your Sortilage; Consider how many Gollums you should include in it. And if the word "Gollum" is not right for you, then call them people, or beings.
For example, House Elyba might represent God or Gods or Spirits. While House Adbel could represent Humans, or Servants.