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  • Dowsing – New Light on an Ancient Art – Hamish Miller

    Can a dowser, using nothing more elaborate than a forked twig or pair of bent wire coat-hangers, really locate minerals, water or archaeological remains beneath the ground? Generations of scientists have remained sceptical, stigmatizing dowsers as charlatans or, at best, naive victims of self-deception. Recent scientific research has undermined this long-held assessment. Moreover, as geologist…

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  • 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…

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  • 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…

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  1. Anyway, as I know you are all so concerned...yawn....the good news is , today october 8 2023, I did buy…

  2. The jury is still out about the salt hahahaah...., good talk Eric Raines....try to find some flaws but there aint…