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How to Dowse for Water ~ by WoodlandsTV

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With an academic background in physics and a range of expertise in hydrology, geology and mechanical engineering, Guy Hudson talks about his work as a professional water dowser. He discusses the historical and current need for water divining and the potential technical difficulties when drilling for water. He also shows us some introductory training methods out in the field.
An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

Posted in: Skills, Survival, Uncategorised ~ On: 24 March, 2014

14 comments so far

Still Waters
January 15, 2017

Lambda25 it works

Ae Norist
August 1, 2017

If you actually were an engineer you´d know better than to trust anecdotal evidence.
If you are convinced by a sample size of one, please burn your degree.

Then look up the ideomotor effect, try to understand why we use extremely sensitive MRI machines (hint, "magnetic body" is BS as an explanation) and give the problem a hard think.

Unreflected and gullible people like you are exactly why myths like these stay around and quacks, tricksters and other parasites earn millions.

Mist TV
September 5, 2017

Thank you for this, Guy. I dowse regularly, love water…have always been drawn to live near it and am fascinated by underground activity. It would be awful if it became polluted ~ scary prospect so shhhhhhh! My dowse is my good friend and true to source, spun in the opposite direction, when in New Zealand! I'd love to take a course of yours to learn more and will leave a message on your website

October 12, 2017

sorry, not worthy of Woodlands TV. keep this crap off. it's been proven to be absolute nonsense

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