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:?: I have no experience in dowsing, but I know it works and I will be able to do it. However I want to tell you what a friend of mine has come across. He is called in often to bad houses or hauntings, and says that often, the people will have called out a dowser, who has "hammered some copper stakes into the ground around the house" and said this would dissipate the bad energy. This works for a few weeks and then things return to how they were.
Can anybody here comment on that - tell me what you think ? I haven't any knowledge of dowsing but I have some of hauntings . and I know theres a very strong and definite link but I cant put into words what I think it is ! lol. Ming. as usual , confused. :lol:

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Hello ming, welcome to the forum.
Hammering metal stakes into the ground is known as 'earth acupuncture', and is a common technique used by dowsers to treat geopathic stress. The stakes are usually placed over water veins or (more rarely) energy leys. Common materials to use are steel rods, copper tubing or rod, "rebar" (reinforced concrete rodding).
Wooden wands are also sometimes used; these may be applied only temporarily, and in many cases this is all that's required. Metal stakes is used in more severe cases, and are usually left in permanently, sunk well below the ground surface.
I confess yours is the only report I have ever heard that it "lasts only a few weeks". I haven't heard of any problems with any lines that I've pinned for clients. If I get a callback it is always because of a new problem that has manifested; previous 'pinnings' have been found to be OK.
As regards the hauntings; I find that spirits and other such entities seem to draw energy from energy leys, and so one has to treat the energy ley as part of the process of releasing the spirit.
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8) ok. thanks. the whole thing is very interesting, a haunted house is where I heard about dowsing, but we never got around to it, we got a medium instead and then got out .lol. It wasn't my house it was my daughter's.
It was in an area where there's a long long history of trouble --from the romans to the vikings to the border reivers, and I would give my eye teeth to find out more about that place.
One thing you might be able to help me with, at least the dowsers who do archeology--the house was built on what was shown on old OS maps as "the devil's causeway". Local legend says a roman road, which is very possible, but the romans didn't have the devil. Has anybody any ideas on this please?
My daughter bought a pendulum , amythest, which didn't work for her but went mad with me, swinging wildly in circles and the bathroom light pull cord once did the same , all on its own. Facinating...as long as you didnt have to live there !

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ming wrote:I want to tell you what a friend of mine has come across. He is called in often to bad houses or hauntings, and says that often, the people will have called out a dowser, who has "hammered some copper stakes into the ground around the house" and said this would dissipate the bad energy. This works for a few weeks and then things return to how they were.
Can anybody here comment on that - tell me what you think ?
Hi Ming,

I have dowsed that earth energy lines always project whatever energy they have in a vertical direction, that is, upwards. The placing of copper or other stakes to stop the energy may work for a time but those energies do not take kindly to being stopped and those that are powerful enough will eventually resume their previous course (which is what seems to have happened in the case you mention). I have found that it is far easier to divert the energy line OVER any property. This can be done mentally and remotely so it is not even necessary to even visit the site. All that is necessary is to dowse whether energy lines are affecting a property and if so then divert them over that property. There does not seem to be any problem with energy lines provided that they are not diverted laterally or stopped.
ming wrote:A haunted house is where I heard about dowsing, but we never got around to it, we got a medium instead and then got out .lol. It wasn't my house it was my daughter's.
It was in an area where there's a long long history of trouble --from the romans to the vikings to the border reivers, and I would give my eye teeth to find out more about that place.
One thing you might be able to help me with, at least the dowsers who do archeology--the house was built on what was shown on old OS maps as "the devil's causeway". Local legend says a roman road, which is very possible, but the romans didn't have the devil. Has anybody any ideas on this please?
I had a quick dig into Google but could not find why it was called the Devil's Causeway. I believe that there is a similar one in Shropshire that was said to have been built by the Devil in one day, but I did find - “A Roman road known as the `DEVIL'S CAUSEWAY', joined Dere Street at Portgate, it can be traced north eastwards across Northumberland, to the mouth of the River Tweed at Berwick." Perhaps someone local could say why it was called that and for how long it bore that name..

Regarding your daughter's house, I find that it was 'haunted', not by ghosts but by spirits - several hundred of them apparently. The people, reivers in the main, whose spirits, up to now, exerted a considerable detrimental effect in that area, were executed mainly for sheep stealing over a period in the 16/1700s mostly on the orders of the Earls of Northumberland. I cannot find any problems in that area that are connected with incursions by either the Romans or the Vikings.

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Hi Geoff. yes its the same devils causeway, just south of tweedmouth. We did find out who was haunting it, got a good medium in. But I think theres more to it than that, I think its just a bad house, bad place.
It was a pit house, built 1904, nobody else in the family felt anything wrong but it was blowing my head off. and then they told me it was "my age" lolol! It was a pit disaster right under the house from 1857, and a double murder/suicide in it from 1957.
But as I say, I think it goes a long way further back than that.If anybody is around that area they might try dowsing... I will give details in PM if anybody wants to try. Its near berwick rugby club. The devils cuaseway really makes me nosy. why call it that ???

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ming wrote:
Hi Geoff. yes its the same devils causeway, just south of tweedmouth. We did find out who was haunting it, got a good medium in. But I think theres more to it than that, I think its just a bad house, bad place.
It was a pit house, built 1904, nobody else in the family felt anything wrong but it was blowing my head off. and then they told me it was "my age" lolol! It was a pit disaster right under the house from 1857*, and a double murder/suicide* in it from 1957.
**That is confirmed, Ming, but as we are now in the field of psychic rather than earth energies, I will write to you privately in reply.

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ming wrote:He is called in often to bad houses or hauntings, and says that often, the people will have called out a dowser, who has "hammered some copper stakes into the ground around the house" and said this would dissipate the bad energy. This works for a few weeks and then things return to how they were.
This surprises me as a general statement. I had one case where residents said an "adverse line" cleared by Bruce MacManaway (who used rods, usually steel ones) had returned, but when I had a look at it, there was a second circumstance on the same alignment which had become important. I'm much more empirical than most dowsers, dowsed for what would sort this problem, received "dried ivy" of which there was a lot on the house, stuck a piece of it under a desk on the line and bingo, gone.

Going back and checking again, none of his clearances in literal terms "came undone" but things might have changed which altered the nature of the alignment. As said elsewhere I regard "adverse alignments" as an unhelpful way of referring to something else which is probably different for each case but might be described as a thoughtform troubling to the experiencer's unconscious mind which when thought about in a specialised way (such as "this trouble is best treated as a noxious zone") can have a topographical shape and thus an "alignment" or "zone". It does happen that an "adverse energy" has different components which trouble different people at different times.

Again, I remind folk that the Procters dissipate these troubles by jointly blessing the letter from the troubled, and nothing more.

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Picking up another point -
ming wrote: One thing you might be able to help me with, at least the dowsers who do archeology--the house was built on what was shown on old OS maps as "the devil's causeway". Local legend says a roman road, which is very possible, but the romans didn't have the devil. Has anybody any ideas on this please?
The Anglo-Saxons apart from a few academics weren't well versed in anything but their own oral history so large old ruins were often regarded with superstition. There's a well-known AS poem about the ruins of Roman Bath which shows their ignorance.

For me, dowsing says that your "devil's causeway" was a pre-Roman trackway smartened up by them with a bit of metalling. A thing that does crop up with old routes, as with very old houses, simply because they've been there a long time and had the chance to collect a lot of memories, is that significant stressful thoughts attached to them manifest as hauntings (an attempt by the [present people associated with the] place to clean up such memories) and those sensitives who were around might well associate those with the Devil.

In this regard, I've often wondered about the process that made the Romans start mining the sandstone at Godstone for their temple altar-stones. It was later quarried in stupendous quantity by the Normans for church window quoins but that might only have been because the Romans had pointed the way. Dowsing suggests that the whole thing was triggered off by a French priest who'd had too much mead.

This stone is associated with the "power line" (link broken)
through Ashdown Forest and East Grinstead further south. I've lately done a lot of work on this and found a way to use the line for all sorts of purposes. It does nothing until you expect it to, and after that you write the script and it magnifies the thought. Most interesting.

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Ashdown Forest Centre is indeed a most powerful site here, it has an energy Ley from east to west, along With a deep fault line at 3000 feet down, plus another From the se to nw at 3000 feet down at the precise position of the brown building on the east side of this complex. It’s a most powerful of places you can hope to find anywhere, very active today and no doubt in the past was a place of great importance to those with eyes to see.And just a few yards to the east of the building on the same line of east west forces is a Holy Well of great age, the water rises from 130 feet to about two feet here,It flows from a ne direction at 130 feet down, a most wonderful area of great influence and power.

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Between the bridges at Tweedmouth on the east coast I found a Blackwater line on the headland there coming from the east, it’s gone now and the line converted to light and love with the help of higher forces, a good days work.....Berwick Rugby club ground has had Bwlines crossing there which have been removed in the past, it’s clean now. Have to mention Dan Wilson here, long gone but never forgotten IM sure.

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