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Every Treasure Hunter Should Consider Learning To Dowse!



The easiest way to find Lost Buried Treasure, or treasure of any kind is to dowse for its location!

It is said that 87% of the world’s population possesses the dowsing ability, and all that is necessary to awaken that ability is to try it. It only takes a few minutes to test one’s potential and see real results.

Dowsing in one form or another has been around for thousands of years. In fact, it is said that most of the water wells in the world today and in the past were located with the help of dowsers.

There are several popular dowsing methods. By far, for the beginner, the pendulum method is the easiest to learn and use, and it is the best for treasure hunting. However, each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, and once you master using a pendulum, it will be easy to learn how to work with the other dowsing tools.

There are many good books available on the subject, and there is a lot of good free information on the Internet too. Just do a search using the key words: “how to dowse with a pendulum” using the Google and Yahoo search engines. Be sure to check out several of the sites until you find one that teaches dowsing in its simplest form. Skip over the sites that delve into the mystical aspects of dowsing that some people dwell on.

All you need to learn is how to interpret the movements that a pendulum makes when you ask simple questions.

Contrary to what many people think, you don’t need a crystal pendulum or anything fancy. It is easy to make a simple pendulum yourself with things you have around your house. You can use a small machine screw nut and a piece of string. To prevent tangling, the best string to use is about a six-inch piece of lightweight fishing line.

You will have to tune your pendulum by matching the weight of the object you use with the most efficient length of string. You can do this by holding the string at different lengths until you find the point where the pendulum reacts the fastest. Once you find the right spot, cut the string and tie a knot at the end. 

Many treasure-hunting enthusiasts think that dowsing to locate a buried treasure is ridiculous or impossible. I can assure you it is not. I have located many buried treasures using the map dowsing process.

I have a client in the Philippines who asked me to locate gold bars buried by the Japanese during WWII. Although thousands of metric tons were recovered by Marcos and others, there are still many caches that were buried by Japanese soldiers who absconded with all they could carry when the war ended.

To date I have located several small caches weighing around 100 lbs. each, and two sites consisting of a half ton each! So, if you are a serious treasure hunter, keep an open mind and learn to dowse. You won’t regret it!

"ABOUT THE AUTHOR": Jerry Nokes with over thirty years of dowsing experience has pioneered his scientific discovery into a full proof method of locating lost, buried, and sunken treasures. The success he has enjoyed in his own treasure hunting endeavors has proven beyond any shadow of a doubt that the new technology is not only viable, but also 100% reliable.

His website, http://map-dowsing-is-obsolete.com offers all dowsers the opportunity to learn the new technology, and greatly expand their newly acquired abilities into unlimited fields of potential interests.


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