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WHAT IS PENDULUM DOWSING?
Just as radios pick up information from unseen radio waves,
the pendulum is a powerful antenna that receives information from the vibrations
and energy waves emitted by people, places, thoughts and things. Dowsing
is best known for locating water, gold, oil, and other minerals, but dowsers
have also used pendulum dowsing to find missing keys, eyeglasses, jewelry,
and literally anything they put their minds to. Some U.S. marines were
taught to use a pendulum in Vietnam to locate underground mines and tunnels.
In France, hundreds of physicians have used the pendulum to assist them
in making diagnoses and it is a science known as radiesthesia. For centuries,
dowsing has also been called "divining" because it involves knowing
beyond the five senses and predicting the future. The pendulum can also
answer any yes/no question and people often call it "The Truth Teller"
because of its accuracy.
DOES IT WORK?
Some people say that the pendulum creates a bridge between
the logical and intuitive parts of the mind. Some say that the pendulum
connects them with a higher power and call it "divining" as the
information is believed to come from a divine source. Others say that the
pendulum responds to electromagnetic energy that radiates from everything
on Earth. No one knows for sure how the pendulum works, but the important
thing is that it does work! As Thomas Edison is said to have replied
when asked about electricity: "I don't know what it is, but it's there,
let's use it."
One can find bountiful references to the successes of pendulum
dowsing, including those from officious sources, such as the account of
pendulist Verne Cameron. He was invited by the government of South Africa
in the 1960's to use his pendulum to help them locate their country's precious
natural resources, but was denied a passport by the U.S. government and
forbidden to leave the United States. A few years earlier, he had demonstrated
his special dowsing talent to the U.S. Navy, successfully locating on a
map every submarine in the Navy's fleet. He shocked Navy officials by not
only locating every American submarine, but also every Russian submarine
in the world. Afterwards, the CIA determined Cameron was a security risk.
Today dowsers use the pendulum
LOCATE -- water, gold, oil and other minerals; lost objects;
missing persons or pets; schools of fish; vacation spots; underground pipes
and leaks; faulty equipment and sources of malfunctions; problems in the
body, causes or solutions, etc.
TEST FOR -- allergies; the quality and freshness
of food and water; chemicals, pesticides or bacteria in food; compatibility
between people and places or things; health of plants; counterfeit currency;
live batteries; honesty or fairness, etc.
CHOOSE -- investments and stocks; careers; relationships;
dates; timing; healthful foods, etc.
Pendulums can help you find out about houses, apartments, roommates,
employees, used cars, etc. Have a list of questions, such as safety, compatibility,
price, etc., or hold your pendulum over pictures of your options to help
you choose the best one. There are many dowsing applications and techniques.
A pendulum is a powerful tool that provides you with answers so you
can make more informed choices.