Sunday, 14. August 2005
In the News:
Glen Johnson said he once used his dowsing rod to communicate with a lost cat. The cat came back the very next day, he said. Welcome to dowsing in the 21st century. The 73-year-old North Berwick, Maine, resident and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard retiree said he has been dowsing for 50 years. He picked up his first divining rod - cut from a wild cherry tree - after a Grange meeting in Wells, Maine, a half-century ago. Practicing with his first forked stick that night, he found water, said Johnson.
Dowser seeks divine power with his divining rods by Portsmouth Herald. (English)
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Here I will try to gather resources - links, articles and other info to get you started on this exciting journey - dowsing! It is in it's early stage now and I will try to add to it as we go along. Please remember - there is no single technique that is right for everybody, so try them all and choose whichever feels the most comfortable for you.
Dowsing Resources & Techniques
by Divining Mind (English)
The Ancient art of dowsing has been practiced throughout millennia, although the names used to identify it may have changed in different cultures and eras, the techniques have not.
Dowsing: Ancient History
by Lloyd Youngblood. (English)
The Matter of Dowsing
|You start by learning how to use your Pendulum, especially the signals needed for accuracy and the correct method of asking questions. Learn to make your home healthy and prevent diseases. You can accomplish water divining, improving water quality, and locating people and objects .|
Dowsing with Your Pendulum by Great Dreams. (English)
Dowsing is the attempt to find buried, hidden, or lost objects through the use of a locator "device" that is said to operate through no means known to science. Any instances where these devices have been proven to function as claimed are also unknown to science.
by James Randi Educational Foundation. (English)
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