Dowsing Tools

There are many very successful dowsing systems and methods, with or without tools. But as a general rule, most dowsers usually use one of the four most popular types, which are the Pendulum, L Rods, Y Rod, and Bobber. You will also find unlimited variations in the shapes, sizes, materials and how they are used. This variety does not seem to affect their work ability, other than speed, agility or convenience. Many dowsers have a whole pile of dowsing tools that they have collected or made. These tools generally fit into one or some combination of the above. Your choices should be determined by what tools feel and work good for you.

The following is a synopsis of the basic instruments commonly used for dowsing.

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Aurameter

One of the most sensitive dowsing devices is the aurameter rod, invented by Verne L. Cameron, noted as being one ...
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Bobber

Shape: Any flexible rod, branch or wire. Can be most any length from one foot to over three feet. They ...
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Dowsing chart

There are many types of dowsing charts available for a wide variety of topics. Dowsing can be done without any ...
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Electronic Dowser

In recent years, electronic dowsing rods, also known as long-range locators have sprung up on the market, often costing hundreds ...
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L-rod

Shape: - With or without a sleeve handle. The top wire can be 4 inches to over 2 feet long ...
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Pendulum

Pendulum

A pendulum is a rodlike instrument with a suspended weight used to tap into energy fields for purposes of Divination. The ...
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Y-rod

Traditionally, the most common dowsing rod is a forked (Y-shaped) branch from a tree or bush. Shape: Traditionally the Y-rod ...
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