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    Still looking for an apprenticeship

    Hello everyone,

    Iím still looking for a partner to teach me how to track and catch auras. Someone with the knowledge and patience to teach someone new to this and wants to pass on the knowledge they possess. Hopefully, with time, a great business relationship and friendship with emerge. Iím looking for a person who is near Tucson or Phoenix Arizona. Please, even if itís just a smidge of interest, contact me.



    -Phantom

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    Dec 2012
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    catch auras?
    maybe try charles manson?
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    Ha! Good one!

    Seriously though, I want to learn any strategy you’re willing to teach me. I’m not limiting myself to knowledge here, wether it be auras, tracking, dowsing or what have you. All I’m asking is a chance to make a partnership with someone who is knowledgeable.
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    what would you do with any auras you catch?
    what's in it for you?

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    Loco, it's kind of like a force field around you

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    us
    Oct 2017
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    I’m not sure I understand what you’re trying to dig up here, but I’ll answer to the best of my ability. Im not confident in my knowledge on auras to know for certain what I’m doing or looking for to track such a thing. So, that being said, I don’t know what I would do. And the answer to your second question, obviously, is to obtain some sort of skill and knowledge. And possibly a partnership.

  8. #8

    Dec 2012
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    hold on a sec skippy!
    you said you wanted to track and catch auras
    why?

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    us
    Oct 2017
    Southern Arizona
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    Well, I’m not entirely sure if it’s possible, but from what I’ve read and from the few people I’ve conversed with, you can pinpoint pretty acurrately where precious metals are buried based on the aura. But why ask me? I’m not the veteran here, you are.
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    LOL, well, true as that is I am not sold on the science
    I use a detector

    PS being in S AZ, you might want to keep hydrated
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    us
    Oct 2017
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    Thanks for the advice. I would still like to learn if you’re around these parts. Is that a possibility?

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    Dec 2012
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    #1 do not fall in love with me

    #2 no, I am in Indy ( but I have been in Flagstaff and Phoenix)

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    us
    Oct 2017
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    I’m not sure what #1 has to do with any of the previous conversation and #2 that’s alright, thanks for the conversation.

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    Ok, terminology is key here. "Aura" could theoretically be anything from noxious vapors after eating beans, to the electromagnetic what we call "halos" left around metallic objects that have been in the ground for awhile, to demons, ghosts and other such things. So, If we're talking about noxious vapors, can certainly help. If demons, ghosts and other such things, I'd refer you to the Bible which teaches not to mess around with them.

    If what I think you're referring to, "halos" around metallic objects, that I can help you with. And there is no such thing as an apprenticeship. You will have to go buy a detector and experiment for yourself in the area of your choice because different metals can give off "halos" in different parts of the country and different soil conditions. All metals, including gold and platinum, can lose molecular particles when exposed to soil, which can cause oxidation and salt, for instance, which causes corrosion. Now lead, copper and iron give off the best halos because their molecules when exposed to the elements tend to shed some of their mass. Radioactive decay is when Uranium loses enough of its punch it eventually turns to lead. This process can take years, centuries even millennium.

    All this being said, if you're thinking of long range detecting or dowsing, I would recommend 1) a sure bet, start an IRA or 2) buy a lottery ticket because these technologies are a long way from proven. If you could go out and "find" gold, etc, with a dowsing rod or long range detector, everybody here and elsewhere would have one and all the stuff would be found.

    If you mean to find valuable metals, either in natural deposits or lost or buried stuff, first do an immense amount of research and then get a detector and go for it.

    (And I didn't do too well in chemistry.)
    Last edited by smokeythecat; Nov 08, 2017 at 08:20 PM.

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    How about a partnership.

 

 
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