Dowsing your own well

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Dowsing your own well

Post by Grahame » Tue Jun 18, 2019 10:01 am

Here's an interesting video blog post from Trent Palmer, who is a bush pilot in the high desert. He was building a house and had a professional water dowser come in and site a borehole for it, which cost $43,000 and came up dry at 800ft.

So he bought some cheap dowsing rods and he and his wife decide to try dowsing their own well.



(Thanks to Barry Hoon for this)
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Re: Dowsing your own well

Post by Grahame » Sun Aug 04, 2019 6:32 pm

Here's another video from Trent Palmer where his wife dowses to see if it's safe for them to fly!! :o
Talk about having confidence in your rods, eh? (This is the only bit of dowsing in the video, so you don't need to watch the whole thing unless you're a flying buff):

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