Category Archives: Dowsing

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Thoughts from a great dowser: Alan Neal

Being more familiar with history, archaeology, and of course dowsing, than I am with physics, it must be from the aspect of the first three rather than the latter discipline that my approach to the subject of animal migration is made.  I was fascinated by the observations made by Jim … Continue reading

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Directional Dowsing and Roman Roads by Jim Andrews

Back in 1975, I watched on television a man seated in the stern of a rowing dinghy, keeping his head down over a pair of angle-rods, and directing a boy to row him across a wide, tidal creek to a … Continue reading

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Dowsing Dolphins by Jim Lyons

Background From time to time, I scan the literature to find out the latest ideas on animal behaviour but navigation in particular. Despite numerous papers involving the tracking of birds, hamsters, fish etc., I struggle to find the word that … Continue reading

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The need for help

It is interesting, that the need to know how to get somewhere is often the trigger that enables navigation to begin. I discussed this with a friend of mine, whose wife always says, “Why do you use a SatNav when … Continue reading

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Try this experiment – Use dowsing to find direction and distance

First, you will need to make your tool:  a Dowsing Rod. Take a wire coat hanger. Cut one of the diagonal bars going up to the hook. Cut this with pliers about 6” (15cm) from the corner to the horizontal … Continue reading

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Albatross Navigation

The Albatross that ranges over huge areas of the South Atlantic Region in overcast weather where sun clues are seldom available to return to their breeding islands such as Crozet in the South Atlantic, work done by Bonadonna et al … Continue reading

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Quantum Cosmos – the Dowsing Source?

Background Many Dowsers are perfectly happy to carry on using their well practiced  long standing art   with no thought as to how it possibly could work.  Although a few Dowsers feel one should not even attempt to understand its … Continue reading

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