How Dowsing Skills Develop

My Dad taught me how to dowse when I was a boy. He used rods to find pipes and wires in the garden and even in the house using a couple of coat hangers. He then taught me how to find water with some rods he made in his shed. I didn’t much think about dowsing again until maybe a year or so ago and even now, I can’t recall what possessed me to buy some rods?

I think it was probably watching YouTube videos bored one night and I came across one about two guys dowsing an energy line across England. I then discovered they had written a book about that project and so I bought it. The Sun and the Serpent by Paul Broadhurst and Hamish Miller is a great read and I highly recommend it. The video is also very good and I’m afraid that is where I learned to dowse while driving….From there, I started looking for everything Hamish Miller and discovered Tim Walters YouTube channel.

I started by checking out the area around Å pilbirk Castle in Brno and before I knew it, I was mapping earth energy lines all over Moravia. I still am. In the process, I have learned that the rods will do some very interesting things! For example, they will point to the nearest Earth Energy line when asked. They will tell you roughly how far away it is as well. I can now dowse energy vortexes and discover the intricate shapes involved in them as well. Practice makes perfect.

I did buy some dowsing rods – copper and brass ones. But honestly, you can use metal coat hangers like my Dad did. If you want to learn – check out the videos on Tim Walters YouTube channel where he explains how to dowse in his excellent videos…

Published by G. Michael Vasey

G. Michael Vasey is a collector of paranormal stories and a magician. He studied and taught magic with a real school of hermetic sciences and these days can be found in search of the Goddess in the forests and mountains of Czechia.

2 thoughts on “How Dowsing Skills Develop

  1. Thanks for sharing the YouTube links. Over the next few days, I’ll indulge myself as it appears we’ll have rain and my outside chores in the garden will have to wait.

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