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A once-classified report of July 1941 that was prepared by a Sergeant J. Hall of Warwickshire Police states: “I was at the scene when I noticed P.C. 319 Terry coming from a nearby thicket
Originally posted by XLR8R
This could be due to the electromagnetic properties of running water, not sure.edit on 20-12-2012 by XLR8R because: (no reason given)edit on 20-12-2012 by XLR8R because: (no reason given)
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
Exactly what I figure. My Opa was a 'water witch' and I once watched him douse for a location for a new well. Of course, Oma cracked that he could have dug anywhere on that site and found water, but still, I watched the forked willow stick seemingly bend of its own volition. Great memory.
Originally posted by BlueMule
Actually it's a psychic function and the ideomotor effect. Dowsing can find anything, not just water. And the hands are important so that the ideomotor effect can respond to your intention and your unconscious psi.