Electronic Dowser

In recent years, electronic dowsing rods, also known as long-range locators have sprung up on the market, often costing hundreds or even thousands of dollars. The makers claim that these devices have specially tuned electronics that allow one to find anything from water to gold.

In every known case, however, it has been found that the locator electronics are either totally nonfunctional or do not perform as claimed when tested under rigorous scientific conditions, such as a double-blind study.

Dowsing

BOOKS FOR YOU TO READ IN OUR LIBRARY:

The Power of the Pendulum - T.C. Lethbridge
Pendulum Magic for Beginners - Richard Webster
The Art Of The Pendulum: Simple techniques to help you make decisions, find lost objects, and channel healing energies - Cassandra Eason
Dowsing: An exposé of hidden occult forces -  Ben G. Hester
Anyone Can Dowse for Better Health - Arthur Bailey
Dowsing for Beginners: How to Find Water, Wealth & Lost Objects - Richard Webster

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