posted on May, 12 2018 @ 04:47 AM
Dowsing is the same as using an Ouija board, and the same power is where ESP comes from. An intelligent person is behind it. It is an occult art, the
power behind it is demonic.
Dowsing has been shown to have real results time and time again. There was an estimate that in the United States alone around 25,000 people use
And people have used it, that is the divining or witching rod, for more than just look for water underneath them.
Probably the most famous story of proven dowsing was by the dowser Henry Gross. It was said by geologists that fresh water could not be found
underground in Bermuda. The following is a quote from the newspaper The Saturday Evening Post:
“Gross spread out a map of Bermuda in [novelist Kenneth] Roberts’s home in Kennebunkport, Maine, and passing his divining rod over it, marked
three places where fresh water was to be found . . . To check his findings, Gross and Roberts flew to Bermuda, persuaded the government to provide
drilling equipment, and went to work. A few months later, in April 1950, all three wells had come in as Gross had said they would.”
Reporters have seen rods shake so violently in the hands of dowsers that they leave blisters, and not all point downward. Sometimes they point up,
some hit the dowser in the face or the chest.
The first reported mention of dowsing is in De Re Metallica by Georgius Agricola in 1556. He stated that the dowsing rod did not work for everyone but
only "but only for those who employ incantations and craft."
Jacques Aymar during the 17th century in France was dowsing when his rod pointed to a murder victim, a woman. And then it pointed to her husband.
After which the witching rod was used to hunt down criminals.
To quote an author who once thought there was a scientific explanation behind dowsing, he wrote a book titled "Dowsing—an Exposé of Hidden Occult
Forces" and shows that the intelligent forces employed behind dowsing are the same as the ones behind ESP and using Ouija boards. He showed there were
dowsers who claimed to use their rods to heal people and make people sick as well.
The book "Dowsing—The Ancient Art of Rhabdomancy" by Robert H Leftwich says concerning dowsing: "The energies being tapped probably belong to powers
that . . . are closely allied to those practised in witchcraft. Careless experimentation can therefore be dangerous."
Curiously the Bible even talks about God's people using the divination rod instead of looking to Jehovah:
“My people consult their block of wood, a rod answers their questions.”—Hosea 4:12, The Jerusalem Bible.