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  1. #16
    Seen posts in the Todays but no Banners.
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    Uuuuhh, it's a "Treasure Hunting Website" - just like the header says. Not a lot of Indian artifacts found with metal detectors. I'm not a "dowser" but it does intrigue me. I used some tree branch "rods" once with a friend in an attempt to locate a well. We both had the same action occur over the exact same spot - the branches swung in and met over the same spot. He's quite successful at finding water. That's the extent of my experience, but I'd be VERY interested in any nice finds using dowsing rods, assuming any exist.
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    It would seem if dowsing were true, than there would be finds posted here. If anybody can remember I would like to read it.

    I imagine dowsing would work much in the same way arrowheads are found. The subconscious mind directs the wand to a possible productive area. Then again if you dig random holes, you are bound to find something.

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    TreasureNet is not just for metal detectors, there are lots of treasures found not using a detector.
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    Hey Bigcypress,

    Sorry didn't know you were a prolific poster here. I just know without detector sponsors and dealers paying the bills sites like this are toast Fisher , Garrett ,whites. Minelab Tesoro their money here goes towards metal detecting. I was under the assumption most here are detector users and I didn't think I was out of line when I said what I did, I meant no disrespect though. I was mostly thinking about the detector dealers and manufacturers that keep this site afloat.After I thought about it I' have seen Indian artifacts on the banner,and yes they are found without a detector. I just have no interest in it, as probably over 80 percent of the folks that come here don't. I like the detecting finds myself as probably a good majority do .No doubt thats why there aren't any dowsing finds up there , there's no interest in it. You have to admire your buddies though they have your back Hope you're not upset with me.


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    What I experienced was not my "subconscious mind", I can assure you. I was very skeptical. But we both walked over the same spot, several times and from different approaches. Each time, the "rods" would slowly swing in and cross over the exact same spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigcypresshunter View Post
    I usually dont read the dowsing forums either but I have heard of stranger things happening. You may want to read this Pete. A Ouija Board was very much involved in the early TN. http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/ma...bout-marc.html Some things are unexplainable,

    I was doing a little research and I ran across this on Wiki. It appears they are used at some checkpoints in the Middle East but I only know what I read. ADE 651 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Iraqi government is said to have spent 52m ($85m) on the devices

    Maybe this thread will be moved but Im still hoping to see a dowsing find posted..
    Maybe the purchase of these devices by Iraq were to make sure that the weapons of mass destruction were well hidden and beyond detection!
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    Maybe the purchase of these devices by Iraq were to make sure that the weapons of mass destruction were well hidden and beyond detection!
    These devices or ones very similar we're also purchased by the Thai government. Like most government purchases here, there were also some hefty kickbacks as well. Those that made the purchases claimed they worked, so they tested their claims and believe it or not...they did not work. Big shocker. I know there are those out there that like to believe dowsing will work, but set up some double blind studies and see how many people can actually find items. As for water dowsing, I would be surprised if you took a large tract of land and the downers showed signs at the exact same location; unless of course one of the downers was watching the other. Then just like the Ouija board, the subconscious makes us think some outside force is acting upon us. Additionally, does the water table really vary that much in a confined area? Certainly if you travel some large distances it can vary, but I would think on a fairly small tract of land the water table would be close to the same depth. If anyone out there is an expert on geology, feel free to correct my water table statements. Also, if anyone can point to a true double blind study that shows dowsing is reliable, that would be of interest as well.

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    Personally I would be very glad to see someone post a thread on their dowsing finds. I have a friend who does it (water witch) and was taught by his father and his father was taught by his. There's really something to it I think, any instrument that costs $1000 better do something I'd think.

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    This is a subject I steer far from,but with water .......I do it....just about every day finding water lines and my job depends on it
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    I am sure there are a few finds here because even a blind squirrel will find a few nuts. I am kinda surprised at how very few finds there actually are posted. It seems the dowsers only want to brag about the possibilities but have very few results.

    Here is one of the better links I read on dowsing The Military Dowsing Rod | Freaky Phenomena
    Last edited by Bigcypresshunter; Jun 18, 2012 at 05:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuger View Post
    This is a subject I steer far from,but with water .......I do it....just about every day finding water lines and my job depends on it
    You use dowsing to find water lines?

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    I wonder why myth busters have not tackled this one! It would at least have as much chance as the square wheel of being plausible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRUSADER View Post
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    Have you seen many and what did they find?

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    The truth is that dowsing rods do work, but not in the literal sense. They "work" because they require only the slightest tilt of the hand to create a "hit." And we are far more perceptive creatures than we give ourselves credit for.

    For example, the ADE 651 is geared for police officers and military patrols. These are people who are trained to the Nth degree in finding and dealing with things like bombs and currency smuggling. The only thing the ADE 651 is doing in this case is providing a conduit for the trained officer's subconscious to speak aloud, working on those instinctive snap judgments which can be so very accurate.

    In fact, this is how traditional dowsing rods work, as well. An experienced dowser has had decades of practice and feedback, and has learned to "read" the terrain for signs of underground water. If only at a subconscious level.
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ID:	646544 Im sure the people who are smuggling or carrying contraband get nervous when this thing is pointed at them esp if they believe the contraption works. I wouldnt be surprised if the average Iraqi thinks they work but its only as good as the user.
    Last edited by Bigcypresshunter; Jun 18, 2012 at 05:29 PM.

 

 
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