Q & A

Question: I ordered and received your Map Dowsing is Obsolete program. I was just wondering if you could explain to me how to use your program for treasure hunting. That is why I ordered your program. 

Thank you.


Answer: Hi Peter, you use the same method used for crime solving. If your treasure story has good information, you can track to the location of the treasure.

Example: When I located the treasure that Three Finger Jack (a side-kick of Joaquine Murrieta) buried in Murrieta canyon in the Ojai Valley, California, I used the sweep method. Since there is only one trail through the canyon, it was very easy to lock onto his movement, as history recorded all the information I needed to work the case.

If you have a good treasure story, and want some ideas on how to work with it, let me know.

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