posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 02:51 AM
I know in France it is commonly accepted and used. Everyone hires a "radiesthesist" before drilling for wells.
One time my husband met a guy that does that at his work. He laughed and said he didn't believe in this stuff. The guy, knowing nothing about my
husband pulled a peice of paper and asked him to draw a rough outline of our property. Then he used his pendalum over the paper to tell him where a
stream of water ran (he was correct, there was a stream running exactly where he said).
Then he said there was water in another area, running off from a nearby vineyard, cemetary, or crop, which was polluted water (by rotting bodies or by
chemical treatments). He said it ran underneath where we slept, especially on my side, and that it was the cause of migraines I suffered. He added
that at that moment, I had one.
I WAS at home with the curtains closed, laying down, trying to deal with a terrible migraine right then!
On the side of the property he said the underground run off was coming from, there was a vineyard.
He said if we stayed there, and I continued to sleep in that spot, I would eventually get breast cancer.
This was without my husband telling him anything during all this.
Soon after, my husband changed jobs and we had to move. We sold that house (I haven't had a migraine since). A family bought the house, and one year
later the woman was found to have breast cancer and swiftly died.
This does raise questions in my mind and makes me wonder if the dowsing rods simply act as a tool for interpretting things the mind picks up
subconsciously- because this was at a distance, and he knew much more than just where water was!