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  Otto Edler von Graeve dowsing

Otto Edler von Graeve dowsing
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Uploader comment: Otto Edler von Graeve dowses in 1913.

   

 
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Comment icon #7 Posted by d e v i c e on 28 December, 2010, 18:13
I worked for a major telephone company in the 80s where dowsing was a widely accepted practise for detecting water mains.
Comment icon #6 Posted by SpiritTraveler on 10 April, 2011, 8:26
Dowsing is still going on today. Many people who live in the countryside hire dowsers to find water on their land. It really does work. There is a science to it.
Comment icon #5 Posted by kitco on 18 June, 2011, 23:47
I have done this before it works.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Damian Bâthory on 6 November, 2011, 5:19
The guy who drilled my well used this to find the water....suprisingly...it worked.....
Comment icon #3 Posted by FMH on 21 November, 2011, 18:49
Drowsing works because there's ground water nearly everywhere if you don't live in the desert. It's just guessing. That genius my dad hired however managed to find the only spot with a big rock and no water under the surface.
Comment icon #2 Posted by mesuma on 2 December, 2012, 23:49
that picture looks like he may be substituting
Comment icon #1 Posted by mesuma on 2 December, 2012, 23:51
something


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