A Knotty Transition

My dowsing pendulum now resides on a shelf of a cabinet in the study.  I used to carry it, in a pocket, with me wherever I went.  I still ‘dowse’ but with no tools and with no outward signs except, sometimes, a slight pause in the conversation.  In my meditation, I was repeatedly told to try dowsing without any physical […]

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The Lost Pilot

On January 30th, the Lone Star Dowsers were notified of a downed Air Force F16 pilot somewhere over the Adriatic Sea.  Several of our members attempted to locate him or to send healing and help extend his life until he was found.  Unfortunately, Air Force Capt. Lucas Gruenther’s body was found 15 miles off the coast of Pesaro, Italy. You can read this […]

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Let’s Talk About Dowsing

  by Vernell Boyd Treasure of Lone Star Chapter of the American Society of Dowsers (Vernell Boyd and Raymon Grace pictured)Talk about what? Dowsing—you know “water witching,” “work of the Devil,” “fast Ouija Board,” “witchcraft,” “not something scientifically proven!” How do you talk about dowsing without mentioning these terms—since most people associate said expressions upon hearing the word? So, with that being […]

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Letter To Robin

  Letter To Robin – Walt Woods This Mini-Course in Pendulum Dowsing was designed as a learning tool for beginners. It could be used for a class or for discussion by experienced dowsers for it contains bits of information that even the most skilled dowsers may appreciate. Click http://www.lettertorobin.org/Home.htm to visit the “Letter To Robin” web site. 

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Who We Are

We are a small group of people that meet once a month to discuss our mutual interests in dowsing and related topics.    Newcomers are welcome.  There is no charge for attendance.   We pass the basket for donations. Our objective is to share with others the practice of dowsing, making an enjoyable experience out of it. We use pendulums and various […]

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