posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 02:46 AM
It works so it shouldn't die out...but some types of dousing has except; in small communities where it is still practiced. A type of dousing has been
used in my family, for several generations to determine the sex of an unborn baby. It's 100% accurate and pretty easy; thread a needle and hold it
above the the expectant mothers belly, if the pendulum/needle swings back and forth it's a male, if it swings in circles it's a female. If it swings
back and forth, stops and swings in circles, paternal twins.
If you know someone expecting; and they want to know the sex of the baby try it. Later in the term is important...because all genitalia; starts out
female in early development in the womb, then later develops into male organs.