Preparing for field trip.

bookcliff

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I am planning at least one field trip and having these images dowsed will help me prepare.

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bookcliff

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Thank you Art.
 

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I also get nothing and I trust that my Dowsing was not influenced by reading Aarts post first.

Does anyone have ideas/theory on knowing what others results affecting your Dowsing. Most of the time I don't read the other posts until I have finished my Dowsing.
Marvin
 

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I also get nothing and I trust that my Dowsing was not influenced by reading Aarts post first.

Does anyone have ideas/theory on knowing what others results affecting your Dowsing. Most of the time I don't read the other posts until I have finished my Dowsing.
I do not worry about that. I use the same way every time. The only thing that changes are the questions. Most of the time I only ask about things that interests me. I don’t like to work around houses. The only time I will dowse a house is if the person has been here for a long time and I trust them.
 

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Here are some areas you might want to take a look at.
 

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bookcliff

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Thanks Red. Looks interesting.
 

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I was running out of time, so thought maybe I'd find more places later. Nothing more, only the same locations, unless checking for ordinary archaeological sites. I suppose they could be marked also.
 

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Green in general is a color indicator, I use for various other targets mostly archaeological (old ruins or foundations but especially those non-metallic objects such as Indian flints, glass, pottery, carved stone with treasure signs).

No doubt, there must be some old trails or sites in there.
 

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bookcliff

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Thanks Red. Going backwards we have tourists in this area; cattlemen and ranchers, outlaws, Native Americans, maybe Spanish and more.
 

Red_desert

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Thanks Red. Going backwards we have tourists in this area; cattlemen and ranchers, outlaws, Native Americans, maybe Spanish and more.
Sounds like a mixed cultural heritage. :coffee2:
 

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