Understanding & Directing Nature’s Abundance
Mary Clement, Ph.D.
September–October 2017 • Vol 3, No 94
My father was a dowser. He was reared as a farm boy in upstate New York. He was a good farmer because he, like his father, knew the land and the sources of water and energy beneath the land. They used dowsing rods, even coat hangers, to find the sources to drill for wells.
Dowsing is traditionally a technique used to search for underground water, minerals, or anything invisible, by observing the motion of a pointer (once a forked stick and now a pair of bent rods), which move in response to unseen influences. Dowsing has now evolved into a divining practice that can also detect and cure energy blockages or deficits in the environment.
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