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  1. #1
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    user manual pdf-1000

    Hi friends
    I need manual of pdf-1000 (http://treasurenow.com/html/PDF-1000.html) or Millennium-2000
    (http://treasurenow.com/html/Millennium2000.html).
    vector trek company don't send these manual for me befor buying them, but I need to know how thay are working befor i pay my mony.
    anyone who have Each of them, please send to : gabriel2011@mail.com


  2. #2
    us
    Sep 2011
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    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    Quote Originally Posted by SWR
    Quote Originally Posted by gabriel2011
    but I need to know how thay are working befor i pay my mony.
    "They" don't work. It's dowsing.
    which lrl is good? do you propose?
    However anyone send manual of pdf-1000 to me, i pray him.

  3. #3
    LRL fraud debunked

    Dec 2010
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    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    Gabriel, you don't need the manual. All you need to know is what LRL's are-- dowsing rods (good ones commercial available for well under $100, or make your own) with fraudulent electronic stuff added to jack up the price usually into the several thousand dollar range.

    I'm not saying that you should get into dowsing. Most people shouldn't.

    --Toto

  4. #4
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    Sep 2011
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    then how can i explore and find gold and silver targets FROM AWAY? is there device that it does this work?
    also i must say that my friend found ancient gold objects several times with by her lrl(her lrl was tiger made of usa). her success was chancy?
    thanks

  5. #5
    us
    Jul 2010
    Virginia
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    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    Gab, were are you from. Your english is very broken. It shows USA, however your wording sounds like English is your second language or use of a translator. OR does tnet translate between languages?

  6. #6
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    Sep 2011
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    Quote Originally Posted by werleibr
    Gab, were are you from. Your english is very broken. It shows USA, however your wording sounds like English is your second language or use of a translator. OR does tnet translate between languages?
    excuse me, yes my english is bad so i use translator. i am from middle east.

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    Jul 2010
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    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    Quote Originally Posted by gabriel2011
    Quote Originally Posted by werleibr
    Gab, were are you from. Your english is very broken. It shows USA, however your wording sounds like English is your second language or use of a translator. OR does tnet translate between languages?
    excuse me, yes my english is bad so i use translator. i am from middle east.
    Very nice.. Enjoy T-net.

  8. #8
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    The Watcher

    Apr 2004
    Northern Nevada
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    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    Hey gabriel2011..The Millennium-2000 Uses rods to locate the signal and follow it...The rods will work for most people...Here is the way you can see if the rods will work..

    I never thought much about how I hold my Rods. This is how I hold them. I place the top part of the handle in the crease of the big knuckle of my index finger about a 1/2 inch from the bend of the rod. I place the lower part of the rod in the crease that goes all the way thought my hand. I close my hand lightly with my thumb touching the nail of my index finger. Now move your arm back and forth. The rod should move freely....I thought everyone had wire coat hangers until someone e-mailed me and ask where they could buy them. Just go to an auto shop or about anywhere they wear uniforms.


    To make the L rods cut two hangers at the neck and straighten them. Make the handles 5" long and the long side 17"making sure that the handles are free of the old bends. Remember that these L Rods are not very sensitive but will react to a lot of different objects.

    RECEIVING RODS
    The first step is to simply take the receiving rods in your hands. Feel them: look at them: and get used to them. Outside is best for practice but inside will work. Hold the receiving rods in front of you-chest high-about 18" apart at the same height, parallel to each other and to the ground. It is best if one of the rods is one inch above the other so they won't touch each other when they cross.
    The most important thing for you to do is practice a lot. Expect the rods to feel clumsy at first; awkward. The wind may blow them around somewhat. Sometimes they will swing outward too far, but don't get discouraged because we all have gone through this experience. If the rods aren't level at all times or they move a bit, don't worry. It is not that critical. After you have some practice and start working with the system, you will be able to take a set of rods in your hands and make them work properly for you in the wind, dodging trees, rocks, or any obstacles you may encounter.


    Locate your power line to your house either overhead or under ground. Slowly walk toward the lines with the rods open. Before you get to them the rods should close. Start walking again and the rods will open and close again after you go passed the lines.

    Now stretch your garden hose out and turn the water on. Your rods should close when your heel is on the hose. Now get a good size piece of steel.( I use an old lawn mower blade ) Walk slowly toward the steel and again the rods should close when your heels are on the steel.

    The power lines put out an oval signal where the hose and the steel put out straight lines. Some thing to remember is that there is random signal lines so if your rods should close when they should not just ignore them for now.
    Now collect a large nut or bolt, a penny, nickel, quarter and a piece of gold. Find a place that is at least 15 feet square. Walk slowly around this area and see if the rods close. I use my driveway and I have a gold signal that crosses it.
    Now put the nut or bolt in the center and walk slowly toward it. As you approach the target slide your feet an inch at a time. When the rods close completely your heels will be on or beside the target. Repeat with the other objects. The rods should close on all these objects.
    Art

  9. #9
    us
    Sep 2011
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    thanks aarthrj3811. so you confirm Millennium-200 by fitzgeralds. were you successful with fitzgeralds equipments?
    what is your opinion for rayfinder (http://www.golddetectors.gr/golddete...ayfinderen.htm) or spectra (http://www.golddetectors.gr/golddete...etectorsen.htm) lrls?

  10. #10
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    The Watcher

    Apr 2004
    Northern Nevada
    Dowsing Rods and a Ranger Tell Examiner
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    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    Hey gabriel2011...I own a Si-Go..I had a treasure in a location that I needed the Si-Go to get to it. I traveled to Bob’s shop to make sure that it would do what I wanted it to...I had no problems recovering the treasure with 4 inch rods and the unit in a back pack.
    The Rayfinder and Spectra look good in the video and on paper but you have to be careful and be a good consumer...Their shop is a lot closer than Treasurenows... Arrange to go there if possible and get a hands on test..Art

  11. #11
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    The Watcher

    Apr 2004
    Northern Nevada
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    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    ~SWR~
    They (aarthrj3811) are not confirming Millennium-200, as they have never used one. They (aarthrj3811) are simply trying to interject their philosophy about dowsing.
    You Are correct about me not using a Millennium 200 but I have use another of their products that worked great..And yes I have no problem with dowsing. Some LRL’s will give more information..

    They (aarthj3811) have not used a "rayfinder" either. They are simply posting an opinion about something they have never used before.
    Gee SWR...I told him to be careful and how to become an informed consumer...You have not added anything to this thread as usual...Art

  12. #12
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    Sep 2011
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    Hey friends, i know that metal detectors (For example, puls induection lorenz deepmax X series) are good and exact units.and lrls have fals signals a lot of. percent of hop lrls is very low ( perhaps 5% = from 100 times detection, 5 times is right). also MDs are slow for searching of wide field. if we use both together, we can search wide field with good lrl very fast. after it detect something we go on this point and use MD for determine and distinguish claim of lrl.if claim of lrl is right then md detect target too. else md reject this claim and we leave this point. i think this method is beter than we search 300m*300m field with a MD because is very time-consuming.
    anybody is that he know a good and exact lrl and Propose it?

  13. #13
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    The Watcher

    Apr 2004
    Northern Nevada
    Dowsing Rods and a Ranger Tell Examiner
    9,286
    1062 times

    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    ~gabriel2011~
    Hey friends, i know that metal detectors (For example, puls induection lorenz deepmax X series) are good and exact units.and lrls have fals signals a lot of. percent of hop lrls is very low ( perhaps 5% = from 100 times detection, 5 times is right). also MDs are slow for searching of wide field. if we use both together, we can search wide field with good lrl very fast. after it detect something we go on this point and use MD for determine and distinguish claim of lrl.if claim of lrl is right then md detect target too. else md reject this claim and we leave this point. i think this method is beter than we search 300m*300m field with a MD because is very time-consuming.
    anybody is that he know a good and exact lrl and Propose it?
    Yes you are correct...You may even want to check the signal line produced by the LRL with the metal dectector as I know people who follow the signal that way...Art

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    Mar 2005
    Madisonville, TN
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    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    Quote Originally Posted by SWR
    Quote Originally Posted by gabriel2011
    thanks aarthrj3811. so you confirm Millennium-200 by fitzgeralds. were you successful with fitzgeralds equipments?
    what is your opinion for rayfinder (http://www.golddetectors.gr/golddete...ayfinderen.htm) or spectra (http://www.golddetectors.gr/golddete...etectorsen.htm) lrls?
    They (aarthrj3811) are not confirming Millennium-200, as they have never used one. They (aarthrj3811) are simply trying to interject their philosophy about dowsing.

    They (aarthj3811) have not used a "rayfinder" either. They are simply posting an opinion about something they have never used before.


    Now why is it that no one should believe Art because he hasn't used one...but you admit to never using LRL's and still say they are fake?
    Refusing to think "outside the box" is an indication of square thinking.

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    Apr 2008
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    Re: user manual pdf-1000

    EddieR---

    How soon you forget....

    A Dozen Points Proving LRL Fraud

    An evil group is comprised of the insane, who, out of fear, imagine that they must conspire to destroy those who are honest and able. A good group is made up of honest people, who could each survive on their own, yet work together openly for betterment for themselves and others.

 

 
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