Map DowsingLit Corner | Posted 317 days ago | July 6, 2012 | 12:46 AM | Short Link: http://sethto.us/9pg
by Geoffrey Peart-Tang
This is Map Dowsing over part of an anomaly in an isolated part of Australia.
Mineralization is closely associated with the anomaly and the earth energies. Even closer association is the concentrations of gold which intensify the energies within the anomaly.
Alluvial gold can also be shown, which is free and not actually part of the anomaly as such. Position, depth and amount can also be indicated here.
Map dowsing shows the earth energies as an intricate pattern which flows, and shows some order to the chaos of geological changes through the ages.
It shows that many so called “lines” are actually made up of points or intensities rather than a solid constant energy. Just as many points form a line between themselves.
Most of the energy lines are part of a more intensive structure which make up an energy centre or charka. Some may measure fifty kilometres wide by fifty kilometres long, and yet some are only a few metres and come in all shapes and sizes and intensities.
At different map scales, the “patterns” themselves will change, just as if viewing the blood flow around our bodies at various distances or scales.
Map dowsing for water or energy lines close to the surface does not have to be so intensive (as say gold dowsing), and can be done in a very short time.
Depth, quality, negative or positive, amounts plus others can also be shown.
Mapping the earth energies in this way can also show the grid like patterns which surround the earth, including ley lines etc. (above the surface)
It is best to isolate the subterranean earth energies from the above ground energies when doing this type of map; either one or the other.
How to map dowse!
The most important and critical part is to insure the “map” is to scale.
The map can be a blank piece of paper with points of reference marked to provide position and scale, or a print off of any lands survey map.
It makes it easier when doing the field work to have any or either of GPS co ordinates, a tree, grid line, shed, fence line…….something to see clearly where you are.
The ideal tool for dowsing accurately on a map is a six inch piece of fine cotton with a small light weight pendulum on the end.
Focussing in your mind what you are looking for (most important), hold the pendulum in one hand (only 3 or 4 inches free) and a pencil in the other, with the “map” on a flat horizontal surface in front of you. An uncluttered map is best for subterranean energies. To search for and map subterranean earth energies.
Choose an interesting area and decide what scale you wish to start with.
Provide the map and lay the map on the table.
“Think earth energy” and allow the pendulum to be attracted to a certain spot (do not allow the pendulum to do anything other than be attracted and be still……no swinging around or indicating yes or no’s)
Bring the pendulum to just above (almost touching) the paper and mark a very small cross (about the size of a match head) with the pencil (this will probably involve the other hand that is not used to being used) and the cross size is important.
Choose the size and keep all the following crosses the same size.
The smaller the cross, the more intricate the map!
Once one cross has been placed on the map, stay connected to that proximity and move very slightly off to one side. It will become easy to “know” which way to go after a while and the attraction will start again. Mark the next cross……and so on.
Eventually the whole energy centre will take shape.
A3 size map is probably the best all-rounder. Mapping underground water streams, ley lines etc (and energy lines which affect health) is slightly different.
Choose the map, find the attraction, and then allow the pendulum to swing over the centre of the stream…….mark the spot with a small line in the direction of the swing (not circular) and move the pendulum over to the upstream or downstream position and mark again joining all of the sections as you go……….and continue.
Keep marking all of the streams present.
Depth, quantity and all the essential information can be done using the pendulum and then most importantly….verified in the field with pendulum or wires. I have quickly jotted down most of this information.
Kind regards Geoff Peart-Tang
Perth Western Australia