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Radiasthesia/
Dowsing

Any form of divination that involves the use of a non-electrical instrument to detect energy fields that leads it in a certain direction is called dowsing. 

The instrument is often a pendulum, a stick, a pointing rod, and may also be one's hands or fingers.

What is Dowsing?

Any form of divination that involves the use of a non-electrical instrument to detect energy fields that leads it in a certain direction is called dowsing. 

The instrument is often a pendulum, a stick, a pointing rod, and may also be one's hands or fingers.

The pendulum moves due to the fine amount of energy that every object and living thing radiates. This is often referred to as Radiesthesia, or perception of emitted energy. 

 

Dowsing has been practiced for thousands of years. Pharaohs in Ancient Egypt used them to help them determine where to build temples or dig foundations. In more recent times, farmers have used to locate water sources, find lost items, energy lines, and determine problematic areas to remedy.

Pendulums can be made from anything - a washer, a ring, a crystal, whatever weight is just heavy enough to pull down a string while you hold it without snapping. In my practice I use crystal and metal pendulums. Some of my pendulums use a wool or plant string instead of a metal chain. I choose what's right for your needs.

 

A dowsing reading can be done alone or in conjunction with an astrology reading especially if timing is important for you. It is best combined with the "Current Patterns" reading for maximum benefit. Click here to learn the why's and how's of combination readings.

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Michael S.

Cindy used a pendulum for our reading, along with tarot cards and my natal chart. I was skeptic about the pendulum, but it was clear how in-tune she was with finding the answers using it. 

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