dowsing rod


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dowsing rod

[′dau̇z·iŋ ‚räd]
(mining engineering)
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I find the pendulum and dowsing rod easier and more reliable.
The photo above shows the proper way to hold the dowsing rod.
Earlier in the 20th Century physical scientists, such as Maby, Franklin and Tromp attempted to explain dowsing rod movement in terms of natural forces, especially electromagnetic fields.
Wands, along with cloaks and pointy hats, are so last season, schweedie, and a handier implement is the trusty dowsing rod.
During the evening, you will attempt to communicate with the spirit world using dowsing rods and crystal dowsing pendulums as a way to communicate during vigils.
During the Vietnam War, US marines used dowsing rods to find weapons and enemy rat-holes.
I was at a loss until it became apparent that they had mistaken Dave for some sort of surveyor, and had thought his dowsing rods to be some form of theodolite.
Dowsing rods to detect energy were drawn to one area where they said a portal could exist allowing entities access to the gardens.
For rookie ghost hunters, dowsing rods - more commonly found used in well witching - help detect changes in a room's energy, which could mean the presence of a spirit, the ghost hunters said.
Ghost guide Marg Royce enticed them to the table, while a member of the group held the dowsing rods.
minarets, dowsing rods, the body's short joyride, the 5 feet
I read your article on the "Utility and Limits of Dowsing Rods to Chart the Subsurface" with interest.