Jacob’s rod – a translation from the French of a rare and curious work, A.D. 1693, on the art of finding springs, etc

Jacob’s Rod: The Art of Finding Springs, Mines, and Minerals by Means of the Hazel Rod by M. Baritel, Thomas Welton (Translator) it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  1 rating  ·  0 reviews A translation from the French of a rare and curious work, A.D. 1693, on the art of finding springs, mines and minerals by means of the hazel rod … Read moreJacob’s rod – a translation from the French of a rare and curious work, A.D. 1693, on the art of finding springs, etc

Henry Gross and his Divining Rod – by Ken Roberts

Dr. Jac 5.0 out of 5 stars Henry was a master! Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2008 I haven’t read the book. But I know of Henry Gross. My uncle Bill hired Henry to find water on his farm in New Hampshire. No problem. Henry went to the property found the spot, told … Read moreHenry Gross and his Divining Rod – by Ken Roberts

The Seventh Sense – Ken Robberts

“The Seventh Sense, to put it briefly, is the working of a dowsing rod, or its equivalent, in the hands of a competent dowser, on flowing underground water: not on any underground water; not on motionless deposits, such as are punctuated by so-called artesian wells; but on water moving in underground rivers, sheets, veins and … Read moreThe Seventh Sense – Ken Robberts