Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector - Satori Art Decor
Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector - Satori Art Decor
Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector - Satori Art Decor
Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector - Satori Art Decor
Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector - Satori Art Decor
Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector - Satori Art Decor
Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector - Satori Art Decor
Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector - Satori Art Decor
Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector - Satori Art Decor

Portable Dowsing Rod Water Detector

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Dowsing rods
Application: the cooper dowsing rods are usually applied to ghost , divining water, looking for lost things and so on
Retractable Dowsing Rod- Made of stainless steel, it is easy to carry and stretch, and the center shaft design is flexible. It will be affected by the external world and energy properties of different things.
It can be used to look for the vein, water, crypt, people or something else
Usage: hold the handle, make the pin turning freely, peace your heart at same time; Think nothing then tell the dowsing rod what you are looking for
DOWSING ROD- This pair of dowsing rods is a blend of brass and 
WATER DOWSING RODS- These rods are excellent tools for finding ground water on your property; The detailed instruction book will provide the needed information for amateurs, rookies, or the experienced diviner; Remember, divining rods are an art as much as a science, so practice, discipline, and persistence are a must
DIVINING RODS- These rods are called by a number of names: divining rods, doodlers, water doodlers, dowsing rods, copper dowsing rods, L-Rods, and more; They have many names because they serve many purposes, which vary based on the intent of the person utilizing them
DOWSING RODS WITH HANDLES- These have beautifully crafted handles for comfortably holding and divining with them for extended periods of time; They smoothly move and swing freely, to allow for proper divination and not be biased by the slight tremors or shakes of the natural human

History Dowsing as a science has been around since the 1500s. It was referenced by notable scholars like Martin Luther, Samuel Sheppard, and George Casely. It was used initially in the hunt for water at the ground. It grew in popularity when a philosopher wrote of the experiences of St. Teresa of Spain. St. Teresa of Spain, a Catholic saint, was gifted a plot of land to establish a convent. There was an issue, though, since there was no source of potable water. A friar came by and offered to help find a water source. Using a bent twig, he wandered the property until he suddenly declared, "Dig here!" They dug in, and found a tremendous source of water. Legend has it that this water was crystal clear, drinkable, and never ran out. St. Theresa herself spoke in wonder at the act, and the fact that it was an endless fountain of water, which nourished and kept the convent going. Instructions There is a sense of intuition that must accompany a tool like these dowsing rods. When preparing to use them, first spend some time mentally focusing on what it is you will be divining. Many say that it is best to verbalize what it is you're seeking. This means, specifically, stating what you are looking for, such as "Help me to find the nearest potable groundwater." Once you have started seeking, it is important to trust the rods. Start by loosely gripping the handles of the L (see images). When the rods point in the same direction, it is guiding you to walk that way. Once the rods cross paths, especially for an extended period of time, that is where you should dig. This is a long honored way of divining that is used by diviners worldwide. It is especially effective for finding ground water, but with practice dowsers have successfully used this when hunting for metals in the ground as well!