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    Plans set for electronic receiver

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    Last edited by signal_line; Nov 10, 2016 at 11:54 AM.
    Ouija Board and map dowsing , one and the same. Just tape a map onto the Ouija Board and you have map dowsing.
    Works great if you like wild goose chases and snipe hunts!

    My new motto: L-rods are obsolete.

    Like Cappy sings with his harmonica, "We're all gonna die, but not tonight."

    May you never take one single breath for granted.

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    "OK".. But i like my bent coat hangers...
    ".. Let no one know what , when , or where ..'

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    but everything is in place for a modernized fully-electronic locating system.
    So your going to make a new wheel. All the manufacturers stopped making those kinds of LRL’s back in 1990.In about 2002 the field generators were made obsolete..Art
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    Of course the goal here is to bring locating up out from the Dark Ages.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_A...istoriography)
    The Dark Ages is a historical periodization used originally for the Middle Ages, which emphasizes the cultural and economic deterioration that supposedly occurred in Western Europe following the decline of the Roman Empire.[1][2] The label employs traditional light-versus-darkness imagery to contrast the "darkness" of the period with earlier and later periods of "light
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    ll those Medieval implements of torture and superstition some refer to as L-rods or swivel hand control box
    Yes we know what skeptics say about L-rods
    I'm here to put them out of business. LOL
    Good luck with that Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by signal_line View Post
    It's going to be a while before I get this one ready, but everything is in place for a modernized fully-electronic locating system. My goal is to build the best one ever made and yet still keep it less expensive than one of those phony calculators that are little more than a bent coat hanger. How about that? No L-rods, no swivel handle anything. It's going to happen.
    I thought of making one using a coil & a pole from an old MD & a clip to clip your smart phone on with the app.
    No box of electronics & batteries..


    If the manufactures haven't thought of it yet, they will now!!!

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    Go here to learn how to make rods from coat hangers. Want to try Dowsing?
    Now put a piece of gold on the ground and take that cell phone and put 353 into it. Nothing else. Lay it on the ground about 10 feet from the gold. Walk between the gold and the phone with the rods. Tell us what happened..Art

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    Mike, you're just another in a very long line of kitchen sink dabblers who want to pretend they know what they're doing. Before you set out on your latest magical journey, you should have bought an Electroscope, TreasureScope, Ranger-Tell, and Omnitron; took them all apart to see what's inside; then you would have seen just how low the bar was set for you. Do yourself a favor; take a dowsing rod, add some pretty blinky lights and maybe a couple of knobs, and call it done. It's as good as you're gonna get.

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    As for the MITaS thing, well, people who have tried to use an L-rod/swivel handle type without learning meditation, I can imagine this a form of torture. And anyone here who doesn't think the ignorant forum players are not superstitious, well, they are. And yes, those handheld's are going to seem Medieval in comparison.
    Will your new LRL give you the distance and depth of the object that you have just found a signal to? Will it tell you if it is a coin, ring or a bar when you first encounter the signal?

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    Will your new LRL give you the distance and depth of the object that you have just found a signal to? Will it tell you if it is a coin, ring or a bar when you first encounter the signal?
    Well, I guess the answer is no. Just where is the improvement?

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    Would like more details.
    Last edited by flgliderpilot; Sep 21, 2015 at 07:15 PM.
    Minelab Equinox 800 + Fisher CZ-21

    ... waiting to see that elusive dowser on the beach with a bucket of gold rings ...

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    Minelab Equinox 800 + Fisher CZ-21

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    Probably wasn't clear enough on the electronic receiver. Not trying to get something that works, in the process of improving on it.
    Some of those old time devices worked real well. A set of rods works every time and costs less than $5.00

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    I dont understand why I don't see people searching the beach with L rods? There is gold everywhere to be found and it's easy digging.
    Minelab Equinox 800 + Fisher CZ-21

    ... waiting to see that elusive dowser on the beach with a bucket of gold rings ...

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    I dont understand why I don't see people searching the beach with L rods? There is gold everywhere to be found and it's easy digging.
    Many beaches have lots of Micro Gold and sea water also has gold in it. Collecting Micro gold is fun but then it has to be processed. That is a long process. The easiest way to collect it is in parking lots and rain gutters..Art

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    Not many people are skilled with an L-rod--really very few ever get it.
    How much skill does it take to follow a signal line to the target?
    So you have guaranteed lost gold on the beach but people are afraid to fail.
    You can keep searching for gold on the beach. I leave that for people that like to look for lost objects
    Same with the map dowsers and the Forrest Fenn treasure--they know they can't find it and will be exposed.
    I guess I am one of those people. I did the maps and am not going to waste my time and money on that project.
    That feedback (the REAL TRUTH) is a very dirty work to map dowsers.
    What is it that is dirty work for map dowsers?. You do the work and send it to the person. End of work. Not all treasure hunters have the skill or the equipment to find the treasure or want the whole world to know they have it.

 

 
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