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DOWSING



dowsing is a simple but very powerful skill. there is a magnitude of mystic information around us. we all have an in-built ability to decode this mystic information. dowsing helps us to connect our conscious mind with the inner sources of all this information. 


dowsing is very easy to learn and practice. ancient egyptians used numerous such device for sensing or transforming energy. before technology came about that would allow us to "see'' into the ground, people depended on dowsing to find water wells, metals, gemstones and even missing people and unmarked graves. although dowsing has never been scientifically proven to work in a controlled setting, the practice remains popular in many parts of the world. its been suggested that human may be able to sense electric and magnetic energy that is invisible to the eye and subconsciously manipulate the dowsing rods or pendulum to reflect that information.


dowsing is the action of a person, called the dowser. it is done by using a rod, stick or other device like pendulum, called a dowsing rod, dowsing stick, or divining rod to locate such things as underground water, hidden metal, buried treasure, oil, lost persons or golf balls, etc. since dowsing is not based upon ant known scientific or empirical laws or forces of nature, it should be considered a type of divination and an example of mystical thinking. the dowser tries to locate objects by occult means.

HOW TO USE DOWSING OR DIVINING RODS



a. find a forked y-shaped branch from a tree or bush. hold the two ends on the forked side, one in each hand. you may want to experiment with holding it with your palms facing up or down, one may be more effective than the other. hazel or willow branches were commonly used believed to better absorb vapors rising from buried metals or water, thus weighing down the un-forked end and pointing towards the sources.






b. bend two identical pieces of wire into an "L" shape and hold one in each hand by the short part of the L so that the long part is parallel with the ground and so they can swing freely from side to side. you can use coat hangers to make these rods. some dowsers claim certain metals, such as brass, to be more effective.


c. make a pendulum by suspending a weight by a string or chain. pendulum are used with maps or to answer yes/no questions, rather than to guide the dowser on unfamiliar terrain; instructions for using a pendulum are given in a separate section below.

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