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I ordered some Carbon filter tube stock, to try as swivel rod holders. Being paramagnetic they should help with figuring L-rods out. Direct contact to ground thru rods should be blocked by the Carbon, but I need to test to be sure. For me Aluminum is the worst metal to use for L-rods, is Carbon worse or better?
 

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I ordered some Carbon filter tube stock, to try as swivel rod holders. Being paramagnetic they should help with figuring L-rods out. Direct contact to ground thru rods should be blocked by the Carbon, but I need to test to be sure. For me Aluminum is the worst metal to use for L-rods, is Carbon worse or better?

Sounds interesting, and I hope you will post what you are able to learn of the carbon filter.
 
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Sure will Elh. I've a few tests lined up. I'm pretty sure plastics can block the signal, but it all has to be retested more scientifically. I know I can dowse from a boat, or on a deck off the ground. Somehow I must be grounded thru organics, and metals, but I haven't tried from on top my bed/mattress. Could dowsing work from a plane?, that's one thing I'll be working on and testing. Is grounding involved? Is magnetics or electromagnetism involved, or just enhancement. Many things to test coming up...
 

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Carbon rod in right hand and magnet in the other. Hold for ten minutes only. Will recharge your body, very powerful. Might help some who have weak dowsing response. Verne Cameron and some other guys from Borderland Research did some work on this. Vitic energy.

From "The Original Cameron Aurameter Book":

"Is carbon alone effective?" "No, because one only receives the negative energy. Either the carbon or magnet alone receives the negative energy. For some people it is not good. The carbon emenation gets into the system and likely acts as too high a stimulant and may interfere with restful sleep."
 

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According to Christopher Hills a dowsing rod acts like a wave guide. The energy through the rod travels slower than that just outside of it. Not very good description here, but the energy traveling just off the rod is pulled towards the rod a little bit due to this "drag" along the rod. This has a focusing effect of sorts. Some people use the copper coated rod. This has that effect. Carbon? I don't know. Almost seems like there should be some dielectric inside of it.
 
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Until cycle 25 hits us with some flares, I cant test anything. I cant even remember trying straws as rod holders. If plastic straws block the signal, what about paper straws, being organic. My guess is Carbon nor plastic let the signal by. But until I check I cant be certain.
 
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I should eventually try Crystal also.
 

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Teflon is a high dielectric. Figure out some way to wrap the carbon around it. Can't see what size your rods are, but go lightweight.
 
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I miswrote my first post, I mean diamagnetic, not paramagnetic. Because my other rod holders are paramagnetic, I thought I'd try to remove the hand to l-rod connection. The diamagnetic carbon fiber tubes arrived. I'm leaving them long for now, and I was gratefully informed that the fibers are dangerous, take care in handling or cutting. Very sensitive combination so far, and I will post any significant test results.
 

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I'm trying to avoid this. It might help me understand something new, maybe not.
 

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Carbon rod in right hand and magnet in the other. Hold for ten minutes only. Will recharge your body, very powerful. Might help some who have weak dowsing response. Verne Cameron and some other guys from Borderland Research did some work on this. Vitic energy.

From "The Original Cameron Aurameter Book":

"Is carbon alone effective?" "No, because one only receives the negative energy. Either the carbon or magnet alone receives the negative energy. For some people it is not good. The carbon emenation gets into the system and likely acts as too high a stimulant and may interfere with restful sleep."

I tried magnets and Carbon, and there was no change in my Dowsing. No recharge in my body felt. I will retest when my Dowsing power is on, right now I know it's too weak for me or, it's off.
 

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Sounds like the carbon does not work for you.
 
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Remember I have a diffrent opinion about power, and my opinion and expertise shows that it is off right now. I wont know if Carbon will work or not, until it's on, then I can test correctly. I tested your magnet carbon theory, just to show that if dowsing power isn't on, no matter which hand, nor how many magnets you hold, nothing will change. You can enhance power, restrict power, but you can't wish power into existence.
 
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Sounds like the carbon does not work for you.

No the Carbon is not working for me at this time. Do you think the signal will be blocked by the Carbon?
 

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I haven't done any work with carbon other than holding a carbon rod in one hand and a magnet in the other. The Original Cameron Aurameter book has some info on carbon and magnets. Seeing how you are experimenting with the carbon it would probably be worth your while to read it. Also some info on the Borderland Sciences website. borderlandsciences.org
 
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Slight non constant power today when I checked. I saw we were at KP-4, and checked to find it on slightly at 11:15 UTC. Was able to do a quick test. Carbon fiber tubes don't block the signal, but plastic does. I still prefer my rod holders over the Carbon ones. Will check a little more as signal strength pics up. I'll be posting my future results, and actual dowsing adventures in my journal, Elements and L-rods. It's just getting started..
 

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