The Divining Rod by Sabine Baring-Gould

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Folklore & Mythology,
  • Social Science / Folklore & Mythology,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Sociology,
  • Novelty

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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8502882M
ISBN 10142531662X
ISBN 109781425316624

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Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. An unmarked copy- Light creasing on cover-The Divining Rod: An Experimental and Psychological Investigation originally written in " Divining rods are a very misunderstood subject written almost 90 years ago.

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Read More About Michael Knight. The book contains a bibliography of nearly fifteen hundred references. The Barrett and Besterman study, The Divining Rod (), remains a basic reference in the field of water divining itself, supplemented by Besterman's later book, Water Divining: New Facts and Theories ().

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Divining Rod by Charles Latimer,Forgotten Books edition, paperback The Divining Rod ( edition) | Open Library. The Divining Rod From the remotest period a rod has been regarded as the symbol of power and authority, and Holy Scripture employs it in the popular sense.

Thus David speaks of "Thy rod and Thy staff comforting me;" and Moses works his miracles before Pharaoh with the rod as emblem of Divine. Divining Rod Tapit - Precious Kitten, by Catienusdkb/br, entered stud Dowsing tools, tips, books, resources, classes.

Large selection of quality pendulums and divining rods for the discriminating dowser and energy healer. You have no idea how uncomfortable the house was on the day when we sought for gold with the divining-rod.1 It was like a spring-cleaning in the winter-time. All the carpets were up, because Father had told Eliza to make the place decent as there was a gentleman coming to dinner the next day.

The use of a forked twig, or so-called divining rod, in locating minerals, finding hidden treasure, or detecting criminals is a curious superstition that has been a subject of discussion since the middle of the sixteenth century and still has a strong hold on the popular mind, even in this country, as is shown by the large number of inquiries received each year by the United States Geological.

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Henry Gross (–) was an American game warden and dowser. Gross worked as a game warden in Biddeford, Maine. He was most well known for his search of objects and underground water by dowsing with a Y shaped stick.

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The Divining Rods are tools added by ProjectE. They are used to provide the user with information on the EMC of the materials in the area. Recipe [ edit | edit source ]. There are five parts to the rest of this book: A beginner’s introduction If you haven’t done any dowsing at all before, Chapter 2, A practical introduction, will get you going, using some ‘angle rods’, basic dowsing tools that you can make from bits and pieces you’re likely to find around the Size: KB.

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This article is an update of an earlier article titled Dowsing Rods. The art of divining or dowsing has been around centuries. Dowsing is commonly used to locate under ground water sources, buried metals or ores, gemstones, oil, gravesites, petroleum deposits, other objects and materials, and Ley lines, without the use of scientific or electronic equipment.

Figure 1. Ordinary divining rod held in the usual manner 7 2. Less common manner of holding the divining rod 7 3. Various old types of divining rods and the ways in which they were held ; after Vallemont () 8 4.

Use of divining rods in prospecting for ore; from Agricola, De re metallica (German edition, ) 13 Digitized by :   The use of dowsing by major water companies shows that the appeal of natural magic needs to be understood – and, where needed, confronted, says science writer Philip Ball.

A2A. How do divining rods work. How about how to work divining Rods. I suggest anyone interested read the book The Complete Book of Dowsing and Divining. I have worked in the water field for over 15 years now.

During that time i have found all kin. It was associated with the supernatural, which gave rise to the terms water witching and wizard’s rod. Among the first books on the subject were The Diviners by Gaspard Peucer, published inand De Re Metallica by Agricola, published in in Germany.

Dowsing was transplanted to America by. Divining rods (also known as dowsing rods) can be used to find underground water sources, metal deposits, lost objects, and earth energy lines.

Some people use divining rods to converse with the deceased. The classic divining rod is a Y-shaped branch, but many modern dowsers craft their own rods from two L-shaped wires%().

Get this from a library. The divining-rod; an experimental and psychological investigation. [William Barrett, Sir; Theodore Besterman] -- An English scientist and a noted bibliographer collaborated some 40 years ago on this study of dowsing, or water-witching.

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Free shipping for many products. The Divining-rod: An Experimental and Psychological Investigation Sir William Barrett, Theodore Besterman Methuen & Company, Limited, - Dowsing - pages. - Include scientific theories about how divining rods might work--Vsb25 May (UTC) Address its possible uses in measuring auras and other such phenomenon.

Scientific theories. I have been reading a book by a scientist called S.W. Tromp - The Religion of the Modern book was is rather out of date scientifically as it was written in 40s just after the war.

In the Bible, Moses dowsed for water in the desert, using his staff as a divining rod (Exodus 17; Numbers 20). Marco Polo found rods in use throughout the orient in the late thirteenth century. Georg Agricola gave the first printed description of a dowsing or divining rod in his book De re metallica (Basel, ).

Agricola’s interest was. Subscribe Book Shop Travel With Us SmartNews History Science Ingenuity Arts & Culture Travel At the Smithsonian Photos Video Games Magazine Newsletters.

Debunking : Sarah Zielinski. Georg Agricola gave the first printed description of a dowsing or divining rod in his book De re metallica (Basel, ).

Agricola’s interest was primarily with mining and locating minerals, but the techniques he describes are the same as those used for water divining or water witching. The physics of the divining rod. [J C Maby; T B Franklin] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Connecting with Spirits Using Dowsing Rods. Dowsing rods have been around since the 15th century if not earlier.

Like any other tool they are used for divination and answering questions. Dowsing rods are much like the pendulum (see pendulum) because the answers are in the form of Yes, NO, or Mastering the Art of Manifestation.

Dowsing is a centuries old practice that uses a divining rod to point towards the area where there is water on your land. When you feel the divining rod begin to bend, hold it tightly so it will.

The dowsing rod is a simple instrument which shows the reaction of the human nervous system to certain factors which are unknown to us at this time”. Author Christopher Balzano in the book Picture Yourself Ghost Hunting, grouped dowsing rods with pendulums, postulating that the actual power of the rods lay not with the rods themselves, but.Divining rod definition is - a forked rod believed to indicate the presence of water or minerals especially by dipping downward when held over a vein.Get this from a library!

Divining Rod: a Novel. [Michael Knight; Recorded Books, Inc.] -- After the deaths of his parents, Simon Bell returns to his hometown of Sherwood, Alabama, hoping for a simple, quiet existence. But when he meets Delia Holladay one hot, unmoving summer day, latent.

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