This paper examines modern achievements in the theory and practical application of dowsing on the basis of extensive research publications both in Russia and abroad. The paper outlines the views of competent researchers on the nature of the dowsing field and possible biophysical mechanisms of the effects of this field on the dowser.
Dowsing: Folk methods for finding water get more attention as Maryland tries to cope with the drought.
All dowsers, and intuitives of all stripes, must go through a “crisis of confidence” in their practice. It’s part of growing up, and into, our spiritual nature.
Dowsing is a natural and integral tool of man. It’s history is as old as humanity itself. The phenomenon of dowsing has been accessible throughout the ages to individuals (both male and female) who chose to pursue and develop this innate aspect of self.
With a little pendulum in one hand, and his other hand running over the horse, trainer Geoff Dunn could be auditioning for a spot in a Harry Potter movie. But it’s a ritual the Canterbury trainer performs every day and one he swears has helped his star horses Venus Serena and Tiger Tara.
Magda Havas is Associate Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University where she teaches and does research on the biological effects of environmental contaminants.
Growing concern and interest in earth environmental energies and the phenomenon of geopathic stress brought David Gillett, Jacqui Beacon and Peter Webb together some six years ago. Together they have gone on to develop a unique system of environmental balancing.
Result of a 25 year Swedish study involving 5000,000 people exposed to sustained EMF levels, revealed that the cancer risk for children continuouslyexposed to 2mG of EMT was 3 times higher than normal, while those exposed to 3mG showed risk for 4 times higher than normal. Adults, too ran increased risk of leukemia, lymphomas and brain tumors. Until more is known it is recommended that you reduce exposure to EMF’s by practicing “prudent avoidance” when possible.
The dairy industry has been modernizing for the past 20 years or more, with new technology such as fans, stable cleaners, manure pumps, fluorescent lighting, milk cooling equipment, compressors, transponders and alarm systems etc.
The dairy industry has been modernizing, for over 20 years, with new technology such as fans, stable cleaners, manure pumps, fluorescent lighting, milk-cooling equipment, compressors, transponders and alarm systems, etc. Little attention has been paid to the fact that such devices emit electromagnetic fields (EMF), which can have effects on the health and performance of cows.