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Mysterious Find

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

Mysterious Find

What lies hidden beneath the soil,
By some devious method, others to foil,
Is it Spanish, Mexican or Outlaw spoil,
Awaiting some fool with a shovel to toil?

With months of study & years of time,
With wires and detectors what can one find,
Lest he be entered by some age old mind,
Can he break the secret of the crooked line?

Jim Harkey circa 1994

Herein lies the treasure dowser’s poem. Only if you own a shovel and have dug the many false holes could you possibly understand these pearly words of wit.

However, after understanding that the rods never lie when you stand over the true quest, we dowse on. It matters not that we are not 100%, because the payoff is greater than what life gives us at 50%.

Find treasure 100%

Jim, this one is for you:
“Should we be bound by only one silken thread, may it be golden…”
ANON

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Radiesthesia Project: An Integral Online Dowsing Teaching Program launches Kickstarter Campaign!
Digital Journal
Pascal, an energy therapist and dowser from Switzerland has proudly announced the launch of Radiesthesia Project. The project now being crowdfunded on Kickstarter and it is all about the creation of a smart and modern course of dowsing to help people ...




Interview with 3 Contemporary Rising Psychics
HuffPost
She is a trained Dowser, which she draws upon to locate people and items. Ginette attributes her psychic abilities to a near death experience. Ginette's father, incidentally, was a well renowned Dowser and served the Military and US government in that ...




Staunton News Leader

Dowsing out your future
Staunton News Leader
FABER - When Roxanne Louise points her dowsing rod in your direction, she isn't going to predict the future or peek into your most closely held secrets. She simply uses dowsing, she says, to clarify what people want. She's used it in every aspect of ...




FOX31 Denver

Tea Leaf Readings
FOX31 Denver
Christina Cornish joined us with a cool segment on Tea Leaf Readings! Christina Cornish is a Tasseographer, Intuitive, Psychic, Pet Psychic, Psychic Medium, Energy Healer, Reiki Master, Holistic Kinesiologist, and Certified Dowser. If you're interested ...




Baltimore Sun

Isabella 'Sissy' Hoblitzell, homemaker, gardener and dowser
Baltimore Sun
Isabella "Sissy" Hoblitzell, a homemaker and a dowser who family members said could find water anywhere, died Sunday of complications from dementia at her Owings Mills home. She was 81. The daughter of James Dixon Bartlett Sr., founder and chairman ...




Republican Journal

Learn how to find water -- become a dowser
Republican Journal
People have practiced dowsing, the ability to locate underground water, for many thousands of years. Not everyone can become proficient with dowsing equipment, but most people have at least some ability. The only way to find out if you “have it” or not ...

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Farm and Dairy

Dowsing: Paranormal, practical or phony?
Farm and Dairy
A sixth sense, a gift, a hoax, a skill — dowsing has been called many things. There are the believers, the skeptics and the scientists who try to validate or discredit it. Whether it's science or science fiction, the age-old craft has a long history ...




Advocateanddemocrat

Frerichs uses gift of water dowsing to help people
Advocateanddemocrat
For 30 years, Frerichs has been a “water dowser,” someone who locates underground water with a forked stick and a lot of concentration. Water dowsing has been around for centuries and even though the practice has been debated and argued for most of ...




Reading Eagle

Keith Schaffer is a dowser who finds more than water
Reading Eagle
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, dowsing has been traced to 6,000- to 8,000-year-old cave paintings in northwestern Africa. The divining rod was introduced in England in the late 1500s and was carried to North America by early English and ...




The San Luis Obispo Tribune (blog)

Can't find groundwater? Some swear by water witches
The San Luis Obispo Tribune (blog)
George Dellaganna is a 79-year-old Paso Robles rancher who searches for underground water by waving two small metal sticks around. And four North County well-drilling firms keep his phone number handy. Dellaganna is a water dowser. A water witch.


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