Dowsing – New Light on an Ancient Art

  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 … Read moreDowsing – New Light on an Ancient Art

The Divining Rod Virgula Divina–Baculus Divinatorius (Water-Witching)

  This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: The Divining Rod Virgula Divina–Baculus Divinatorius (Water-Witching) Author: Charles … Read moreThe Divining Rod Virgula Divina–Baculus Divinatorius (Water-Witching)

Principles and Practice of Radiesthesia: L’abbé Mermet

This classic work, first published in France fifty years ago, is based on the results of forty years research and application. It combines sound practical advice on the useof the pendulum, in dowsing for water, prospecting minerals, and diagnosing disease, with numerous remarkable accounts of the author’s own successes. These included the discovery of missing … Read morePrinciples and Practice of Radiesthesia: L’abbé Mermet

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