• Love of Miracles Triangle with Neil Anderson

    DISCOVERING THE POWER OF HEALING WORDS Joan Nathanson, reporter Who could have predicted that a dairy farmer from southern Ontario would discover a powerful healing tool based on the energy of key word concepts as a result of… Read More

  • Tesla, Crystals & Radio

    Tesla evangelists often point out that his vision of free, long distance transmission of power was usurped by industrialist JP Morgan and other power barons that wanted to charge for electricity. For the commercialization of electricity, wires would be needed. But – Tesla’s wireless electricity patents are what ultimately gave Tesla the truly deserved credit as the inventor of radio.

  • Protection against harmful natural energies

    blessing spoken over food, before a meal, will increase the positive energetic field of the food. This increase can be measured by dowsing with a pendulum. If more blessings are spoken, then the positive energy field of the food will increase with every blessing

  • Yves Rocard and Dowsing

    In most biographies written on Mr. Rocard, the works he produced near the end of his life on biomagnetism and dowsing are only briefly mentioned and with a tone of embarrassment. In the last of the four books he devoted to this subject (La science et les sourciers, Dunod, 1989), Yves Rocard engaged in a scientific exploration of dowsers’ sensitivity.

  • Dowsing for opals

    When geologist Peter Blythe opened an opal mine in Mintabie, South Australia, he thought the miners’ tales of how they had ‘used the wires’ to find opal were ‘hogwash’. But after discussions in a local pub, he agreed to take part in a test with five other miners.

  • Drought brings ‘divine’ intervention to find water

    Some call it dowsing, water witching or divining. Others call it flaky.

  • Meet the ‘Water Witcher’ Who Is Helping California Farmers Deal with Drought

    I live in a city and I’ve never seen a water well. It sounds exotic, or even fictional. I just turn on my faucet, water comes out, and I don’t have to consider its source.

  • A Professional ‘Water Witch’ Explains How to Find Water in a Drought

    As the East Coast continues to get snow dumped on it, California’s record-setting drought drags on. It’s gotten so bad that farmers in the state have called upon “dowsers,” a group of people who have the ability to find water using their intuition and a series of tools with names like L and Y rods, pendulums, and bobbers.

  • California farmers hire dowsers to find water

    ST. HELENA, Calif. (AP) – March 3, 2014 – With California in the grips of drought, farmers throughout the state are using a mysterious and some say foolhardy tool for locating underground water: dowsers, or water witches.

  • Chocolate Cake and Dowsing

    While attending a philosophical lecture in 1979 I had my first experience with dowsing. During a break, I was at a buffet table watching a woman spinning an object over various dishes. I asked her what she was doing and she shared that she was determining which foods were good for her by using a pendulum.

  • A Radionics Tale That Ended Deliciously

    Near his farmhouse, he had a beautiful mature sweet cherry tree. Each year, the family would enjoy the blossoms, and then watch as eventually the fruit ripened. As the time grew close for harvesting the plump, tasty cherries, they would monitor it closely. “Just one more day, then we should be able to pick them,” they would agree.

  • Pendulum Pointers for Beginners

    Make your own simple pendulums. Well-Balanced, wooden, glass, plastic or metal beads are fine, as it is a hexagonal nut (nut and bolt nut) or any ball, cylinder or top-shaped object. Tie, or attach a ten-inch thread or string to it.

  • Intent, Need and The Ethics of Dowsing

    Before after or during the dowsing learning process there are some fundamental mental process’ that need to be examined. For some time now I have been thinking or looking into these concepts (which are true of any process or work but particularly true of the dowsing/healing process.)

  • The Dowsing Reaction Originates From Piezoelectric Effect In Bone

    The Dowsing Reaction Originates From Piezoelectric Effect In Bon

  • Spoon Bending

    first heard about spoon bending being offered at a Physics Conference held at the University of Toronto more than 30 years ago. I had to leave early to attend a Therapeutic Touch week in Upper State New York and missed this event. So in March, for my birthday, I invited the person who had shown it at the conference to come to my party and lead us through the process. I purchased many strong second-hand spoons and invited 18 friends to join me. There was a lot of laughter and everyone but one person turned their spoon. Laughter apparently helps to make “it” happen with spoon bending.

  • Dowsing our way to the 21st century

    Trucks from the water department pulled up on my cul-de-sac. Several guys in hard hats jumped out. They began to mark the street with blue spray paint. Some of them studied books of charts. But one workman walked around holding two bent metal rods, one in each fist, pointed directly ahead of him. He watched the rods intently as they swung left or right or crossed.

  • Dowsing: The Pseudoscience of Water Witching

    Dowsing is an unexplained process in which people use a forked twig or wire to find missing and hidden objects. Dowsing, also known as divining and doodlebugging, is often used to search for water or missing jewelry, but it is also often employed in other applications including ghost hunting, crop circles and fortunetelling.

  • Dowsing and the Power of Intention

    In 2007, our birch tree was showing severe signs of stress. It appeared our beloved tree was infested with bronze birch borers which start at the top of the tree and eat their way down. Once a tree is infested, there is little to be done and death of the tree results.

  • Dowsing Tools

    Dowsing is the art of divining for something that is desired. Usually, people dowse for water or minerals that are hidden underground. However, dowsing is much more versatile than this and has a large variety of uses.

  • The Joy of Dowsing

    Dowsing is the art of finding something that is hidden, usually something concealed underground. Dowsing is most commonly used for water divining, but there appear to be virtually no limits to the number of applications it can be used for. Over the years I have dowsed for water, minerals, arrow shards, oil, lost objects, and even a parking space in the central city.

  • Why Dowsing Makes Perfect Sense

    Last week, I went dowsing. Also known as divining, this is the ancient practice of holding twigs or metal rods that are supposed to move in response to hidden objects. It is often used to look for water, and farmers in California have been known to ask dowsers to find ways to irrigate their land.

  • Modern Achievements of Dowsing

    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.

  • The Pendulum Swings

    Dowsing: Folk methods for finding water get more attention as Maryland tries to cope with the drought.

  • In response to a person doubting their dowsing ability.

    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.

  • Introduction to Dowsing

    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.

  • He doesn’t whisper but he does dowse

    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.

  • The Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Pollution by Magda Havas (Interview)

    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.

  • Geopathic & Electro-Magnetic Field Balancing

    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.

  • Prudent Avoidance

    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.

  • Electro-Magnetic Fields in Dairy Barns (EMFs’)

    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.

  • Are electromagnetic fields negatively impacting your cows?

    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.

  • Letters from Possum – #1: The Effects of Electromagnetic Pollution On Roadsides and Water

    This is a series of letters on how to clear electromagnetic pollution from roadsides and water,working with the divine creative intelligence, and working with the life force that supervises the specifics of that field. It is simple to do, it unites you with yourself and the beings seen, and unseen that live near you and within you. It has many side effects all beneficial to all.

  • The PSI-Field and the Potential of Dowsing

    Recently, Terry Ross1 wrote that “The real thrust of our work, part factual and part theoretical, must be toward an acceptable definition of dowsing and its potential”. It is with the potential of dowsing in mind that the following comments and speculations have been written, with the hope that others will see the errors of my ways and contribute their own thoughts and experience.

  • Ontario dowsers claim to locate underground water for construction firms

    SUSAN COLLINS Dowsing is the art of finding water with the human body alone or with the use of simple tools. Susan Collins has helped companies find old wells and determine drill sites.

  • Do You Ask Permission to Dowse?

    Dowsers are being asked to become more spiritual, as judged by the increasing requests in articles and books for them to seek permission (Can I? Should I? May I?)

  • How To Start A Dowsing Group In Your Area

    by Jo-Anne Eadie Venue – Begin in your own home, or perhaps the local church has a small room at a very reasonable cost. Community Centres or Health and Wellness Centres in the area usually have a meeting room… Read More

  • Pendulum Dowsing

    by Diane Marcotte Dowsing is the process of using a tool such as a pendulum or rod to discover things that cannot be discovered using our everyday senses. It is a term that in the past has been… Read More

  • Dowsing with L-Rods

    Although L-rods can be used to obtain the traditional Yes/No/Maybe of a pendulum they are used mainly for finding:

  • Dowsing With A Bobber

    A bobber can be any flexible wire with a handle at one end. Usually the tip end is weighted with a small wooden bead. To increase the “bounce” of the bobber, the wire may be coiled into a spring an inch or so from the end inserted in the handle.

  • How To Map Dowse

    There are three common ways to map dowsing. You may want to try them all to see which one you are most comfortable with. When using a pendulum, swing it in your READY position to overcome inertia.

  • Grave Dowsing

    Dowsing is an age-old art that has been used for centuries to locate water, graves and etc. I first learned about grave dowsing from a fellow volunteer at the Cass County Historical Society while working on “The Cemetery Project”. Since that time, I have conducted several of my own experiments involving dowsing and researched different theories. I still don’t know that answer as to just exactly why this technique works, but I can assure you that this technique does work and has been proven. I will attempt to teach you how to dowse for graves in this article.

  • How to Balance and Clear a School

    Raymon Grace, a native of the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia has been studying forms of healing since 1973. He has developed techniques to balance and “clear” schools of non-beneficial energies. The techniques described below can be applied equally well to hospitals, offices, transit services, and even your own home.

  • Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958)

    Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) was an Austrian man who spent much of his life as a forestmaster in his native country, and as an inventor who had a deep understanding and appreciation for the life energy dynamics of what he quite clearly called water’s life cycle.

  • Arkansas Woman Continues Husband’s Dowsing Tradition

    For much of four decades, Harold McCoy walked the hills and valleys of Northwest Arkansas with a forked stick in his hand. Like generations before him, McCoy walked with a specific goal in mind — to find water, enough to meet the needs of a family.

  • Grave Dowser May Provide Answers

    …Estherville Cemetery mystery continues
    Bayham is turning to noted grave dowser Mae Leonard for direction in finding gravesites outside the current boundaries of Estherville Cemetery.

  • The cairns of Overlook: Rock structures may contain links to the ancients

    On the side of Overlook Mountain is an 80-foot-long serpentine stone wall that ends at a boulder with a triangular shape that Woodstocker Glenn Kreisberg finds suggestive of a snake’s head. A few hundred feet away, an almost identical — but crumbling — stone wall ends at a similar boulder, forming a mirror image, the two “snakes” arranged tail to tail.

  • Testing for Electrical Body Types

    The purpose of this test is to determine the way in which a person handles energy. While one hand is resting on a source of voltage such as an ungrounded switch, toaster, lamp or other device – a probe is held at the TMJ point on the head for the first reading. This is the voltage going into the body.

  • Birthing A New Vision For Humanity

    Years ago a dowsing friend presented me with a wonderful project to help birth a new vision for humanity through focused intent and the Power of Positive Heart/Mind Techniques.

  • World Wide Message from Ian Doig

    I woke up in the middle of the night the other night with an idea stirring in my head, and I’d like to run it past you as a possibility for us all to consider, especially as so many of us have conventions or congresses coming up within the next few weeks or months.

  • Aurora: a Child of Two Worlds

    I know of only one other novel which sets dowsing into a pivotal position in the story line, The Centurion by the late Jan de Hartog In Aurora David Hardy writes an apparently straight science fiction novel “in the grand tradition of Arthur C. Clarke” which harbours dowsing as a ticking bomb due to explode about halfway through

  • Letters from Possum – #2: Techniques for Clearing Electromagnetic Pollution From Roadsides and Water

    This is a series of letters on how to clear electromagnetic pollution from roadsides and water, working with the divine creative intelligence, and working with the life force that supervises the specifics of that field.

  • Electrical Pollution: What’s it doing to you and your clients?

    I recently took a crash course in electrical pollution. I crashed, so of course I had to find out why in order to remedy the situation! What I have learned and experienced have convinced me that electrical pollution is a major cause of our health problems.

  • Balancing EMFs that Radiate from Appliances

    If you have ever heard of EMFs, the electromagnetic fields that radiate from devices such as cell phones, televisions, and digital clocks, you’ve probably heard that they’re harmful and can even cause cancer.

  • Water Works

    We have all the water there is, all there has ever been, and all there will ever be. No one is making any more of it.

  • Legal Recognition Available for Energy-based Spiritual Approaches to Healing

    When registered psychologist Dr. Barbara Mallory was introduced as our keynote speaker at the June 2003 CSD Annual Meeting, Quester editor Ian Doig mentioned that she was an ordained minister.

  • The Pure Source – or The Secret Of Apple-Cheeked Little Old Ladies

    An important topic in dowsing instruction which is barely touched on in courses available today, so far as I am aware, is the little matter of being absolutely right every time.

  • Deviceless Dowsing – or Dowsing Without Tools

    Toolless Dowsing – the current best-known systems (4th edition)

  • Stupid Ideas That Work

    I am not a friend of the idea of energy lines – but before we go any further, let me say clearly that “energy lines” is a powerful and good way to go about geopathic stress work. It just might not be the whole story.

  • Visualization

    I believe things happen in the mind before they happen in reality. That includes everything that we humans have anything to do with.

  • Comments on Meditation

    Meditation is the key to obtaining results. When you are getting started you have to be certain that you want to do this, you have to be 100% committed to do the healing.

  • Dowsing: A Path to Enlightenment

    When most people think of dowsing, they think of an old-timer using a forked tree branch to find a place to drill or dig for underground water. That’s what I used to think too.

  • Dowsing & the Kabbalah Connection

    I have spent most of my life on a passionate spiritual quest, ever since my first powerful mystical experience in 1974. I have learned much about life through the many mystical experiences that followed, through metaphysical study, and through my daily routine of deep relaxation and meditation.

  • Raising Energy

    Once we learned to measure the energy, the next step was to influence it. Now if all things are composed of energy and we can influence it, then it seems that we would be able to influence events.

  • Dowsing

    Almost anyone can dowse, reckons Tom Graves, author of Dowsing: Techniques and Applications, it’s a matter of attitude and training. Tom wants to remove from dowsing its curious country quirk image – dowsing and its investigation could be a great paradigm smasher…

  • Sins of Commission and Omission …

    The following article was first published in Rod & Pendulum magazine No. 68 September 1992 under the heading TERRY ROSS’ COLUMN.

  • The White Horse Crop Circle

    Wiltshire, in southern England, is well known as the location of many ancient, Neolithic sites. Stonehenge is found here, as is Avebury, a large circle and alignment of stones, and countless Neolithic hill forts, and burial mounds.

  • The Business of Dowsing

    I am often asked how to find a dowser and how to go about hiring one. Finding the right practitioner can be a hit and miss affair, and in the end, you’ll have to rely on your intuition to find the right person. Here are a few questions to ask along the way to help you find the right person:

  • Meeting With Your Spirit Guides – Be Careful What You Ask For

    The following comments are purely my own opinions. Other people may have different concepts. None of us are right or wrong – we’re just following the path as best we can.

  • Great Dowsers of the Past: Major-General James Scott Elliot (Part One)

    Much impetus was given to dowsing in the middle decades of the 20th century by army officers, often from the Royal Engineers, who used dowsing in their jobs or as a useful personal skill.

  • Great Dowsers of the Past: Major-General James Scott Elliot (Part Two)

    In Rod & Pendulum #131 I wrote about the public record of this very gifted and influential dowser, who was President of the British Society of Dowsers from 1966 to 1975 and whose book “Dowsing: One Man’s Way” became a classic

  • Great Dowsers of the Past: Major-General James Scott Elliot (Part Three)

    What drew me first to Scott Elliot was that he was an archaeologist manqué. When I encountered dowsing, my first serious attempt to apply it was made on an archaeological site.

  • Responsible Dowsing is Endorsed by Religious Leaders

    As a professional dowser I have met people who are afraid of becoming involved with dowsing because they don’t want to be in conflict with their Christian or other religious belief systems.

  • Military, Government and Big Business use Dowsing

    According to a New York Times article, October 11, 1967, U.S. Marine engineers used dowsing to help save American lives in Viet Nam. The Marines dowsed to locate tunnels, hidden ammunition, booby traps, and enemy food caches. ASD trustee, Louis Maticia, was the dowser who ran the program and taught the Marines to dowse.

  • Some Experiences of Dowsing among the Indigenous People of Canada

    The only form of traditional, aboriginal dowsing using any kind of exterior instrument which I have heard about was an odd form used by the Inuit (formerly called Eskimos) reported by early European visitors among them.

  • Boy Lost in Paris

    In early April I had a phone call from a Mrs M.S. Her son R was staying in Paris but had completely disappeared.

  • Drink UP! The Reason Dowsers Need to Drink Lots of Water

    I have always heard that dowsers need to drink lots of water to ensure the accuracy of their answers, but until I read the following “blurb” from a local fitness studio, I didn’t know exactly why.

  • Programming Your Dowsing

    Why is it important to put a dowsing program into your subconscious when you first begin to learn to dowse?

  • Another addition to the Dowsing for Healing toolbox

    Recently, I “happened” to discover Dr. Norman Shealy’s 1999 book, Sacred Healing, the curing power of energy and spirituality, on a book sale table.

  • Taking on “Shibboleths”

    There are many theories as to why certain people are able to get a ‘dowsing response’, either through the use of a tool (a rod(s) or pendulum),

  • Dowsing Beliefs over the Ages

    For at least 200 years the theory held by dowsers has been that all matter gives off a ray; which, in certain people who are sensitive to it, causes a change of tone in certain muscles of the forearm.

  • Dowsing and Science – An inevitable partnership?

    Dowsing and Science – An inevitable partnership?

  • Dowsing to Help Animals

    Dowsing is not only an excellent way to interact with animals; it is a wonderful tool for helping them. Y