dowsing rod


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dowsing rod

[′dau̇z·iŋ ‚räd]
(mining engineering)
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For some of you, like myself, the dowsing rods will do nothing and you will need to seek outside help.
Tromp was the first to relate dowsing rod movement to changes in electrical conductivity.
The girl holding the dowsing rods gasped in horror and her eyes opened wide.
I am puzzled by the statement that "there is no consensus as to why the dowsing rods move.
Photo: (1--Color) Equipped with dowsing rods and thermometers, a group in search of the paranormal turns its attention to a bed in the Alexandria Hotel.
John Janks' article, Utility and Limits of Dowsing Rods to Chart the Subsurface, is an interesting article where he presents an analysis of the phenomenon known as "dowsing" using hand-held wires.
They held seances and ouija board sessions, as well as monitoring for supernatural activity using mediums, electromagnetic sensors and dowsing rods.
Relying on Odyssey as their water scout, two spacecraft will carry the ultimate in high-tech dowsing rods.
UK Haunted use night vision cameras, electro- magnetic field devices, and dowsing rods.
In the May Physics World, the monthly magazine of the United Kingdom Institute of Physics, he reports that he can get dowsing rods to rotate whenever they pass over or under a linear stretch of pipe, cable, or telephone line.
The lowest and highest of the frequencies of the imprint gave the same phase of dowsing reaction, namely an anti-clockwise rotation of the pendulum or the coming together of dowsing rods.
With copper dowsing rods, they methodically began to work their way through the flat checking that the previous dowsing had cleared the negative lines.