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The concept of Leys

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posted on Oct, 18 2006 @ 02:51 PM
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Okay .. I'm getting from all this reading that dowsing rods do indeed pick up ley lines. I am absolutely going to go get some ... Questions -

1 - What is the best metal for dowsing rods? Copper, brass, what??
2 - what is that pendulum thing that some use?
3 - Does it matter what the pendulum is made of? Shape?
4 - Does the length of the L dowsing rods matter?
5 - Some seem to have wood on them, will this mess up ley line detecting?
6 - I like ghost hunting and as far as I can tell, dowsing rods can be used just like my EMF meter that I use during ghost hunts. YES??




posted on Oct, 18 2006 @ 03:03 PM
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FLYERSFAN :

the best answer is " whatever works for you "

if you actually want to try -- i would reccoment making several sets of different materials and pattern .

and simply test them over a set control circuit -- where you already know the terrain

if you walk over know gas , electric and water utulity pipes holding different rods

if anytging happens -- it will be evident -- and the onses that work best for you in a known enviroment are the obvious chioce for exploriatory / speculative dowsing

good luck -- and post your results



posted on Oct, 18 2006 @ 03:38 PM
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Originally posted by ignorant_ape
if you actually want to try ...


Absolutely! I definately do. I have been wanting to ley line hunt for a long time and now I find that dowsing rods are part of the 'hunt'. I absolutely do want to. I think I'll call the occult shops in the area. I betchya' they'll have some rods.

HA! Looks like I'll be going shoppiing in Philly this weekend! yahoo!!

MAN .. I'm sooooooo glad this thread is here. This is greaaaaaaaaaaaaat!!



posted on Oct, 18 2006 @ 06:44 PM
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I wouldn't spend a lot of money on anything (unless you want to). Home Depot or the hardware store are probably good places to start. There are sites that can give you some pointers on how to get started. Keep in mind not everyone can do it. It is fun to watch people who can but really really don't want to be able to
Another thing is that even if you can, I'm not sure how to tell what you're picking up. There are people that can do it, most large mining companies keep a good one on the payroll and I've read where the Russians do it from airplanes. Bayer company oddly enough retains one also to check out the sites of future facilities. When they were asked why they did it the reply was something like "We do what helps our business whether it is widely accepted or not" -kinda spooky but they're that way. Have fun, I hope you find what you're looking for.



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 06:39 AM
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I have also decided to obtain a set of dowsing rods. Since there are several of us doing this, I think we should have a little experiment of our own....

If we can manage to use these to detect Ley Lines, I propose that we each try to map out the lines in our respective areas. If we can do this and post our findings, we might learn something new about these lines. Then we can also compare the Ley Lines running through our area and compare and contrast the findings.

Sound good to anyone??



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 09:15 AM
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You can make dowsing rods out of two metal clothes hangers and two straws...


And a pendulum can be anything. Even chewing gum on a thread. But I've heard that one of the absolute best pendulums out are those from Vesica. The Virtual cone pendulums..

www.vesica.org...



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 09:49 AM
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Originally posted by TheBandit795
You can make dowsing rods out of two metal clothes hangers and two straws...:up


alsolutley , do not buy shop sold " dowsing rods "

prices like the £19.99 (>$35USD) charged by online retailers are fooking scandalous

you can get 300mm legths of various metal rods of differing thicknesses from various sourses :

hobby / model / craft shops - the most expensive

or better welding supplies / engineers suppliers / none ferrous metal stockists / steel stock holders

as an test - i just priced 2 *300 mm [ 1.5 to 3mm rod - dependant on material ] in steel , stainless steel , copper , brass , aluminium , bronze , plus zinc and tin ribbon [ 5mm width ]

the price all in would be aprox £14 plus VAT

so if you are looking to experiment -- throw in a couple of wooden dowles and you would have 8 types of dowsing rod for less than the cost of a single set of shob bought ones .

[edit on 19-10-2006 by ignorant_ape]



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 09:57 AM
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Originally posted by nyk537
I think we should have a little experiment of our own....

Then we can also compare the Ley Lines running through our area and compare and contrast the findings.

Sound good to anyone??


sounds like an excellent idea

have you considered contacting ADVISOR the mod in charge of research projects ?

i currently have a quite dim view on dowsing , but am willing to assist in experimentation open mindedly

and can certainly offer technical assistance -- materials etc , see above


and if required i can lend my skils in mapping , cartography and navigation .



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 10:07 AM
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Excellent. No I haven't, but I will contact him right now. Perhaps we can have this turned into a research thread and find a few more "scholars" and really get serious with this. I'm all for doing it, so I'll see what I can do. I'll let you know what I find out. I'll try this weekend to get some materials together for dowsing and hopefully we can get started soon.



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 10:10 AM
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Yeah, im interested.
Anyone know of any world map and country maps outlining leys...
or any "official" ways to find it, etc?

Post links, etc.

Peace

Dalen



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 10:14 AM
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Originally posted by dAlen
Yeah, im interested.
Anyone know of any world map and country maps outlining leys...
or any "official" ways to find it, etc?


Yes. I had found a couple of decent maps the other day when I was doing some initial research. I will see if I can dig those back up and post them here.



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 12:49 PM
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Originally posted by nyk537Yes. I had found a couple of decent maps the other day when I was doing some initial research. I will see if I can dig those back up and post them here.

Totally cool, it was driving me nuts about a year ago when I was doing a search to find maps actually helpful for the average person. Not just the ones showing the relics already standing on "main" leys.

Thanks and good luck...

Peace

Dalen



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 01:05 PM
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Well, despite what I "thought" I saw, there really are no decent maps of these Ley Lines in a particular area. Heres the reason...

The number of leylines around is very large, huge! Most of these leylines are very weak, and very narrow (10/20 cm). Because of this large quantity almost everywhere within a few metres you can find a leyline (2/3 within each 10 metres). It is almost impossible to map every leyline in a region, province or country. So maps of leylines are rare.

So...this makes our little research project all the more interesting. The maps that we may try to make will be some of the only decent maps of Ley Lines there are! Since we are just taking the area around us (for example I will map the Ley Lines around my house and neighborhood) the maps will be easier to create and easier to read. This should be very, very interesting.

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No word yet from ADVISOR. I asked him about making this an official research thread but havent heard back. I'll let you know when I hear something.



posted on Oct, 20 2006 @ 07:02 AM
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Anyone else have any luck finding maps or any new information on Leys? What about getting some Dowsers together so we can start mapping?



posted on Oct, 20 2006 @ 09:28 PM
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I thought you all might enjoy this site. It's one of the more interesting I've seen on the subject. I'm usually fairly skeptical about this sort of thing but there may be something to this imo.

www.leyman.demon.co.uk...



posted on Oct, 23 2006 @ 06:36 AM
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Okay guys. I have approval to make this an official research project. Any of you who are interested in actually putting some time and effort into researching Ley Lines, please contact me. I need to know who all is going to help out so I cand send in an official member list. I really hope we can get some work done here and make some headway into this area of research. As I said before, I really think there is a lot that can be learned here, and I hope you'll join me in doing so.

If you want to be a part of this research project, please U2U me as soon as you can so we can get started.



posted on Oct, 27 2006 @ 12:32 PM
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-BUMP-

Are any of you still interested in starting this research project? Please let me know if you are so we can begin. Thanks.



posted on Oct, 28 2006 @ 11:24 AM
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Leyline hunting / mapping for dummies .

To attempt to kick some life into NCKYs research imitative , here is a pictorial guide to how to start surveying Leyline .

The key is start small – and local , if you attempt too much at once – you will get poor results and get disillusioned then give up

You do not need a theodolite costing 500 quid or other fancy equipment

But GPS helps immensely

A map at 1:25000 scale is essential – as is a good compass

To dowse and locate leys – you need markers – tent pegs , bamboo gardeners canes – anything you can mark a spot with

Numbering each one with a luggage tag is a good idea – especially if you get different dowsing readings

Write in a note book – what result you got at each point .

Caveats and disclaimers :

personal safety where ever possible never go alone – and always tell someone you trust where you are going , what you are doing – and when you will return

Carry a cell phone if you can – but do not rely on it .

Always look where you are going – not at your dowsing rods

You do not want to fall down a ditch / drain or cliff


private property do not trespass – always get permission to be on peoples land where there is no public foot path

Would you like to wake up to find me dowsing your back yard , no ? – I though not – lol

animals and crops crops are a farmers lively hood – do not trample them , just to follow a suspect Leyline .

and animals can be either at risk from you , or a danger to you dependant on type – breeding season etc .

That’s all for now – good luck to NCKY and his research project – I hope you get a team together and have fun .

This is version 1.00 , if I have missed anything holler and I will do updates

APE OUT



posted on Oct, 28 2006 @ 11:24 AM
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As the files are a bit big : I got carried away – lol here is the pictorial guide :







That’s all folks – I hope you find it usefull 



posted on Oct, 30 2006 @ 08:48 AM
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Wow! Thanks so much for that. That should really help out a lot. Hopefully this project will take off soon, it seems like there is a lot of interest in Ley Lines around here. Hopefully there are enough dedicated people though.

Thanks again!!




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