Dowsing and Radiesthesia
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Dowsing and Radiesthesia is the study of using theoretical human bio-energetic fields in an effort to detect external objects; most popularly, underground water sources, but it has also been used in efforts to detect mineral veins (gold, silver), oil, human beings, concealed locations, etc.
- Ellis, Arthur Jackson (1917), The Divining Rod: a History of Water Witching, with a Bibliography, Washington: U. S. Govt. Print. Off., https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006808702
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- Dowsing woodcut from La Physique Occulte (1693), p. 139.jpg 1,326 × 2,334; 1.31 MB