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Many believe that your ghost hunting skills can be significantly improved by learning to communicate with the entity through the use of dowsing. True are not many believe in the powers of dowsing as the real way to find meet and document real ghosts and activity at any haunted location.

A dowser at work, from Pierre le Brun, Histoire critique des pratiques superstitieuses, (Jean-Frederic Bernard, 1733–1736).

A dowser at work, from Pierre le Brun, Histoire critique des pratiques superstitieuses, (Jean-Frederic Bernard, 1733–1736). Virgula divina.

By Purdeè Beiliseuz

This article incorporates content from the 1728 Cyclopaedia, a publication in the public domain. Cyclopaedia, or, An universal dictionary of arts and sciences: containing the definitions of the terms, and accounts of the things signify'd thereby, in the several arts, both liberal and mechanical, and the several sciences, human and divine: the figures, kinds, properties, productions, preparations, and uses, of things natural and artificial; the rise, progress, and state of things ecclesiastical, civil, military, and commercial: with the several systems, sects, opinions, &c; among philosophers, divines, mathematicians, physicians, antiquaries, criticks, &c: The whole intended as a course of ancient and modern learning.

Divining Ghosts, Dowsing Rods And Pendulums

Medium Laine Crosby of Ghost Talkers with co-hosts Mark Nesbitt. Dowses for a real ghost using her pendulum, at Gettyburg Train Engine House. Read more About the Investigation Here. Mark Nesbitt: The Pioneer Lines Scenic Railway Engine House: A Study in Paranormal Investigation

Medium Laine Crosby of Ghost Talkers with co-hosts Mark Nesbitt. Dowes for a real ghost at Gettyburg Train Engine House. Read more About the Investigation Here. Mark Nesbitt: The Pioneer Lines Scenic Railway Engine House: A Study in Paranormal Investigation

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I have met many in my travels in the use many different kinds of gear to hunt for real ghosts. I have seen modern technological gear and I have seen basic things from feathers in a closed box to someone walking around in a haunted house using a crystal skull pendulum. Even American Society of Dowsers admits that “the reasons the procedures work are entirely unknown.” To become a good dowser for ghosts you'll need to practice many say. But in truth some are just born as a natural born person with the ability to dowse inherit. Small children seem to be very gifted with this ability compared to adults in most cases who need to re- learn the ability through actual practice in focusing ones thoughts.

Many well respected paranormal investigators in recent years have started using the rods to detect the location of spirits. This practice of seeking out ghosts with dowsing rods, which is relatively new, derives from a much older practice that has gone on for thousands of years. Virgula divina, or Baculus divinatorius.

Virgula divina, or Baculus divinatorius, was a form of divining rod created from the forked branch of a hazel tree, used in the discovery of underground mines, springs, etc. The claimed method of using this Y-shaped branch involved the following: the user walks very slowly over the places where he suspects mines or springs may be; effluvia would then exhale from the metals or the water, impregnating the branch's wood, making it dip or incline. Such motion was supposed to indicate a discovery.

Many experiments alleged on its behalf, authors searched for the natural cause. The corpuscles, they said, rising from springs or minerals, entering the rod, force it to bow down, in order to render it parallel to the vertical lines that the effluvia created as they rose. In effect, the mineral or water particles were supposed to be emitted by means of subterraneous heat, or of the fermentations in the interior thereof. The virgula, being of a light, porous wood, gave an easy passage to those particles. The effluvia, driven forwards by those that follow them, and driven backwards by the atmosphere incumbent on them, are forced to enter the tiny regions between the fibres of the wood, and by that effort oblige it to incline, or dip down perpendicularly, to become parallel with the little columns which those vapors form in their rise.

An epigram by Samuel Sheppard, from Epigrams theological, philosophical, and romantick (1651) runs thus:

Virgula divina.
"Some Sorcerers do boast they have a Rod,
Gather'd with Vowes and Sacrifice,
And (borne about) will strangely nod
To hidden Treasure where it lies;
Mankind is (sure) that Rod divine,
For to the Wealthiest (ever) they incline."

A divining rod (also known as dowsing rod) is an apparatus used in dowsing. There are many types of divining rods:

Always two brass "L" shaped wire rods (commonly made of brazing or welding rod, but glass or plastic have also been accepted) that are to be held one in each hand. When something is found, they cross over one another making an "X" over the found object. If the object is long and straight, such as a water pipe, the wires will point in opposite directions, showing the direction the object is pointing. Brass is commonly used.

two brass "L" shaped wire rods (commonly made of brazing or welding rod, but glass or plastic have also been accepted) that are to be held one in each hand. When something is found, they cross over one another making an "X" over the found object. If the object is long and straight, such as a water pipe, the wires will point in opposite directions, showing the direction the object is pointing. Brass is commonly used.

A forked (or "Y" shaped) branch of a tree or bush. The two ends on the forked side are to be held one in each hand with the third pointing straight ahead. Often the branches are grasped palms down. The pointing end turns up or down when water is found. This method is sometimes known as 'Willow Witching'. Hazel or willow branches were commonly used; these were called virgula divina.

Divining rods are used in dowsing, a type of divination that claims to be able to find ground water, oil, and other mineral resources by non-scientific means. Expert dowsers are allegedly capable of dowsing exact depth measurements of water veins, electromagnetism, currents and telluric phenomena. They are also allegedly capable of measuring blood toxicity, white cells, and sugar levels, and detecting human illness and health. Expert dowsers are allegedly not limited to any specific time and space, claiming the ability to dowse any material at any given time from any location.

Dowsing, sometimes called doodle bugging, divining or water witching, is the practice which dowsers say permits them to detect hidden water wells, or buried metals, gemstones, or other such objects as well as currents of earth radiation without the use of scientific apparatus. A Y- or L-shaped twig or rod is used during dowsing, but some dowsers use other equipment or no equipment at all.

Dowsing has existed in various forms for thousands of years. The original may have been for divination purposes — to divine the will of the gods, to foretell the future and divine guilt in trials.

     

Dowsing as practiced today may have originated in Germany during the 15th century, when it was used to find metals. The technique spread to England with German miners who went there to work in the coal mines. During the Middle Ages dowsing was associated with the Devil. In 1662 dowsing was declared to be "superstitious, or rather satanic" by a Jesuit, Gaspar Schott, though he later noted that he wasn't sure that the devil was always responsible for the movement of the rod. In 1701 the Inquisition stopped the use of dowsing rod in trials.

In the late 1960s during the Vietnam War, some U.S. Marines used dowsing to attempt to locate weapons and tunnels. An extensive book on the history of dowsing was published by Christopher Bird in 1979 under the title of The Divining Hand. James Randi’s 1982 book Flim-Flam! devotes 19 pages to comprehensive double-blind tests done in Italy which yielded chance results.

Dowsing equipment

Traditionally, the most common divining rod was a Y-shaped branch from a tree or bush. Some dowsers prefer branches from particular trees; hazel twigs in Europe and witch-hazel in the United States were commonly chosen, as were branches from willow or peach trees. Some dowsers prefer the branches to be freshly cut.

Many dowsers today use a pair of simple L-shaped metal rods, and some use bent wire coat hangers. One rod is held in each hand, with the short part of the L held upright, and the long part pointing forward. Some dowsers claim best success with rods made of particular metals, such as brass.

Pendulums such as a crystal or a metal weight suspended on a chain are sometimes used in divination and dowsing, particularly in remote or "map dowsing". In one approach, the user first determines which direction (left-right, up-down) will indicate "yes" and which "no," before proceeding to ask the pendulum specific questions. In another form of divination, the pendulum is used with a pad or cloth that has "yes" and "no" written on it, and perhaps other words, written in a circle in the latter case. The person holding the pendulum aims to hold it as steadily as possible over the center. An interviewer may pose questions to the person holding the pendulum, and it swings by minute unconscious bodily movement in the direction of the answer. In the practice of radiesthesia, a pendulum is used for medical diagnosis.

Both skeptics of dowsing and many of dowsing's supporters believe that dowsing apparatus have no special powers, but merely amplify small imperceptible movements of the hands arising from the expectations of the dowser. This psychological phenomenon is known as the ideomotor effect. Some supporters[who?] agree with this explanation, but maintain that the dowser has a subliminal sensitivity to the environment, perhaps via electroception, magnetoception, or telluric currents. Other dowsers say their powers are paranormal.

In a scientific study in Munich 1987-1988 by Hans-Dieter Betz and other scientists, 500 dowsers were initially tested for their "skill", and the experimenters selected the best 43 among them. These 43 were then tested the following way. On the ground floor of a two-story barn, water was pumped through a pipe. Before each test, the pipe was moved in a direction perpendicular to the water flow. On the upper floor, each dowser was asked to determine the position of the pipe. Over two years, the 43 dowsers performed 843 such tests. Of the 43 pre-selected and extensively tested candidates, at least 37 of them showed no dowsing ability. The results from the remaining 6 were said to be better than chance, resulting in the experimenters' conclusion that some dowsers "in particular tasks, showed an extraordinarily high rate of success, which can scarcely if at all be explained as due to chance ... a real core of dowser-phenomena can be regarded as empirically proven"

Five years after the Munich study was published, scientist Jim T. Enright contended that these results are merely consistent with statistical fluctuations and do not demonstrate any real ability. He noted that the best tester was on average 4 millimeters out of 10 meters closer to a mid-line guess, an advantage of 0.0004%. The study's authors responded but Enright remains unconvinced.

More recently, a study[10] was undertaken in Kassel, Germany, under the direction of the Gesellschaft zur Wissenschaftlichen Untersuchung von Parawissenschaften (GWUP) [Society for the Scientific Investigation of the Parasciences]. The three-day test of some 30 dowsers involved plastic pipes through which a large flow of water could be controlled and directed. The pipes were buried 50 centimeters under a level field. On the surface, the position of each pipe was marked with a colored stripe, so all the dowsers had to do was tell whether there was water running through the pipe. All the dowsers signed a statement agreeing this was a fair test of their abilities and that they expected a 100 percent success rate. However, the results were no better than what would have been expected by chance.

Some researchers have investigated possible physical or geophysical explanations for dowsing abilities. For example, Soviet geologists have made claims for the abilities of dowsers, which are difficult to account for in terms of the reception of normal sensory cues. Some authors suggest that these abilities may be explained by postulating human sensitivity to small magnetic field gradient changes.

One study concludes that dowsers "respond" to a 60 Hz electromagnetic field, but this response does not occur if the kidney area or head are shielded.

A review of archaeological studies in Iowa suggests that dowsing is ineffective at finding unmarked human burials.

Pendulum Ghost Hunting

A pendulum is a mass that is attached to a pivot, from which it can swing freely. This object is subject to a restoring force due to gravity that will accelerate it toward an equilibrium position. When the pendulum is displaced from its place of rest, the restoring force will cause the pendulum to oscillate about the equilibrium position.

A basic example is the simple gravity pendulum or bob pendulum. This is a mass (or bob) on the end of a massless string, which, when initially displaced, will swing back and forth under the influence of gravity over its central (lowest) point. Pendulum’s come in all different kinds of materials including gemstones, wood, and glass. The pendulums that I offer are gemstone quality in amethyst, rose quartz and clear quartz. mMost use these manufactured items. But those in the know say to find something personal to you and construct your own.

Pendulum’s come in all different kinds of materials including gemstones, wood, and glass. The pendulums that I offer are gemstone quality in amethyst, rose quartz and clear quartz. mMost use these manufactured items. But those in the know say to find something personal to you and construct your own.

The regular motion of the pendulum can be used for time keeping, and pendulums are used to regulate pendulum clocks. Pendulum motion appears in religious ceremonies as well. The swinging incense burner called a censer, also known as a thurible, is an example of a pendulum.

To use a pendulum to hunt ghosts if it swings straight in a back and forth motion it is blank or nothing is near. if it swings in a circle then it is proof a real ghost is present near you. Many who dowse for ghost with a pendulum make their own. The use of precious family baubles are often incorporated. One dowser I met in New York used a gold chain With his dead grandmothers and wife's wedding rings in a gold chain.

I also have seen a simple shoe string and a set of keys used effectively also. Before you begin using your pendulum you must ask it to show you what “yes” looks like, and then what “no” looks like. The reason for this is that for each person it may be different. For instance, if I hold the end of the string to the pendulum, and make sure it is still. I then say “pendulum show me yes” and I wait, the pendulum then begins to turn in a circle, for me I notice it is a counter-clockwise circle. Now I know that a circle means yes. I then say “stop” and wait until it becomes still again. I then ask “pendulum show me no”, it then begins to move back and forth in a straight line. Now I know that a straight line means no. For some people it may be the opposite of mine for their yes and no indication.

I also find that the bigger the swing of the either yes or no answer, the more sure the answer is. For instance, I ask a question and I get a little circle, that means yes, but when I ask it another question and I get a big circle, that is a resounding YES!

A metronome is any device that produces a regulated aural, visual or tactile pulse to establish a steady tempo in the performance of music. It is a useful practice tool for musicians that dates back to the early 19th century. I have worked with many paranormal investigators who would bring along the Metronome. They would place it into a haunted location and see if it stopped or slowed. believing that a ghost would try to effect something in it's domain that made an irritating sound of a constant tick tock.

Many believe ghosts stop clocks and watches because the sound of the older ticking watches disrupts their flow. If more then one ticking sound or a louder one was introduced into a location ghosts have been known to try to stop them from making noise.

Ghost Hunting With Dowsing Rods

To use dowsing rods to find or search for real ghosts, most dowsers recommend using two L-shaped rods that have been made from brass or some lightweight metal. I have even witnessed a ghost hunter taking out two coat hangers from the trunk of their car bending them then going into the haunted location. He did this when all the batteries he had though they were new all went dead. In actuality there is really no standard material for rods to be made. The rods should be about two-foot long and bent into an L-shape, which fits into your hand. Then, hold the short end of the rod so that the longer piece points outward, away from your body. The rods should be held loosely so that they have room to swing easily back and forth.

After that, begin searching the building or location. It has been suggested that it’s possible that by searching, and by concentrating on what you are looking for, you can find real ghosts, anomalous energy and some say even dimensional portals, using dowsing rods.

Walk about the location and follow where the rods lead you. They are supposed to point in the direction of any energy they detect. Once you have discovered the energy source, the rods will cross, signaling that the area in question has been found.

Mobile Phones can disrupt EMF Meters but not Dowsing Rods

Many Paranormal investigators using dowsing rods are now a days considering ghost hunting with just a simple set of coveralls with no metal on them. They leave everything from cell phones to watches in their vehicles rather then bring them to a location.

Many Paranormal investigators using dowsing rods are now a days considering ghost hunting with just a simple set of coveralls with no metal on them. They leave everything from cell phones to watches in their vehicles rather then bring them to a location.

A EMF detector can detect a whole range of paranormal phenomena. Experts agree’ that ghosts can affect the electro-magnetic field around us. Thus ghosts, it seems, flicker lights, create flashes on the television and presumably power plug sockets. But if you have allot of metal on you even change in your pocket it will effect an EMF meter to some degree. so will cell phones, two way radios and microphones. This is why so much evidence today is being judged as not valid. Especially those on television shows like Most Haunted and Ghost hunters. because they bring in so much equipment and sometimes generators and microwave transmission equipment.

When a mobile phone rings it disturbs the EM field, but everyone would put two and two together. However as anyone whose rested a mobile on a PC monitor knows, the disturbance can be seen as the monitor reacts. even when a call does not come in. This EMF pulse is not on regular intervals and might make you believe it is a real ghost when it is not. And if it is in your own bio sphere area as the EMF detector is you are fooling yourself to think a ghost is present.

So the unsuspecting users of the ghost detector will be left with readings that are doing nothing but picking up the mobile’s own signals. They may even use their camera phone can capture a few orbs at the same time? This could be a whole new renaissance in paranormal investigation. realizing it is all a fault of the equipment pairing with other devices we use giving us false positives.

Dowsing rods or a personal focus tool and these disturbances do not effect them unless that's what your focused on at the time.

About Purdeè Beiliseuz

Purdeè Beiliseuz is a well respected French Canadian Paranormal Parapsychologist. She is credited by some with over 32 years of ghost and paranormal investigations under her belt. Known to many as the pioneer of The EMF Detectors real faults when use in documenting haunted hotspots. Beiliseuz believes that the best way to hunt ghosts is by going into a location paranormal equipment nude, with just a emf detector so that what you carry as other equipment will not effect your readings.

When you wish to use a camera only use a camera. then remove that from the location and come back with only a digital voice recorder and nothing more. So on and so on. Never have a team member present in a location with you either. some people generate electrical static that can come across as a false positive also. She also believe that wool or clothes with plastic should be worn while ghost hunting. And that what you wear should be free of all metal.

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