One of you guys have brought out a question about natural objects which can be used as dowsing tools for detecting buried or hidden treasures. And the question is, “Do they really work or are they really effective?”
These natural objects being referred here comes in several different forms. But the most common dowsing tool that is widely used is the “Y shape” twigs made out from branches of trees. Other objects are crystals (particularly used as pendulum), bones and even just water (some call the process as “water witching” or “water divination”).
I actually do have a close friend (not Dave whom I mentioned on the other post) who is also a fellow Treasure Hunter and his expertise is using natural dowsing tools particularly branches from different kinds of trees. Of course, he had some great and amazing success of finding some of the hidden Yamashita Treasures which gave him so much fortune. He even claimed that the former Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos hired him as a locator several times. However, he doesn’t want to speak much about it because he signed an agreement to remain silent about his contract.
Majority of THs in the past knows him because of his impressive and incomparable skill of dowsing the hidden Yamashita treasures. Due to his talent, many THs were searching and begging for him to locate the hidden deposit on their own excavation or prospected sites. Today, this legendary man have already aged a lot and can no longer offer his services to others. Thus, all I can do is to ask him how he perform his dowsing specifically his methods and techniques.
What can you Find Using Natural Dowsing Tools?
If we are going to look back at the history of dowsing tools, dowsers actually use “branches or twigs” and not some fancy metal rods like what most dowsers use today. And traditionally, the Y shape branches are what’s commonly used because it can be operated by just one person.
Now, what you can find using a natural dowsing tool is actually “comparable to its commercial counterpart” that you can buy from the shop. Expert dowsers in the past use it to find precious mineral ores, water, oil deposits, buried treasures underground, and even to locate missing people. In general, you can find anything that is hidden or missing which makes it a very powerful and useful tool not just for treasure hunters like us but for everyone looking for something or someone lost.
What is the Secret in Using Natural Dowsing Tool Efficiently?
The basis of what I am about to reveal which is the secret to using natural dowsing tool came from a close friend that I mentioned above. Currently, I am still in the process of testing what he taught me which is what I am about to share.
Main Principle of Dowsing
In order to effectively use a natural dowsing tool, it is important that you must know the main principle on how it really works. All objects do possess an “energy force”. Some call it “Vibration” or “Frequency”. This unexplained force generated by every physical objects is what influences a dowsing tool in being able to locate them.
According to my friend, natural dowsing tools act like a magnet. There is a North and South Pole. And as a natural characteristic of a magnet, opposite poles tends to attract each other while similar poles will repel. Now, the reason why he uses different branches of trees is dependent on the type of object that is being searched. This will be explained further down below.
Since we are treasure hunters and our main target is to find gold, the perfect branch to use for this job is from a “Cassava tree”. Sad to say that there is no scientific explanation as to why a branch from a Cassava tree works best for dowsing gold. According to my friend, this particular type of branch has the “strongest pull or attraction to a gold target” as compared to all other branches that he used throughout his own personal experiences.
Based on his actual performance that I witnessed with my very own eyes, the cassava stick was pulled into the direction of his target by some kind of a strong and invisible force. I closely observed that my friend had a very tight grip on the stick but he can’t hold it still. The stick is literally sliding towards the direction of the hidden item in a manner which I describe above as similar to the characteristic of a magnet.
We actually performed a field test just to check if he still got his dowsing skill despite of the long years that he stopped practicing it. And of course, to teach us and pass his knowledge to others.
The test was performed on a beach sand and the target object we used was a gold ring. To make sure that there was no cheating done, we made some rules. He was not allowed to talk or communicate to others by any means from the start to the end of the challenge or until he gives up. I was the one who guarded him from a room throughout the whole period of time while the item was being hidden somewhere on the beach sand.
And to make it short, the result was that he effortlessly located the gold ring. Maybe he was just very lucky so we performed another second field test then a third both resulting to a successful outcome that made us all witnesses speechless. And a question within our mind, “how is he doing it?”
My friend uses a Y shape branch (it doesn’t need to be perfectly Y in shape) of a Cassava tree. If not available, the second best alternative is a “branch from a Guava tree”. There are other more trees that he mentioned but they are not really worth using in terms of finding gold. Take note if you are going to use Cassava or Guava branches for dowsing or locating other objects that is not made of gold, it may not be efficient. Again, it’s like a magnet. Every target object has their own “respective or appropriate type of branch from a tree” that works effectively in locating them.
Another important tip is that, “always use fresh branches”. The fresher the branches being used, the stronger the pull it will be giving a more accurate result. Again, I have no explanation to this concept but solely based through the words of an expert dowser.
How to Use a Y Shape Branch for Dowsing?
Assuming that you got yourself a Y shape branch, using it is pretty simple. The two shorter pair of the branch are your handles while its single and longer portion is the pointer.
Operating it is done by holding the handles of your dowsing tool with a grip of your hands. Then, level it on your waist (some does it at a shoulder level) while the pointer is slightly pointing upward.
You can now start with your search at your prospected site. The first step is to stand at the middle of your site then slowly turn or rotate around while holding your dowsing tool in a position as described above. If it happens that the pointer is aligned with your target, you should be able to feel a slight pressure pulling the pointer down or in a horizontal direction. Follow that direction and as you go closer to your target, the stronger the pull should be. And once you are already standing on top of your target, the pointer should be pointing straight downward onto the ground.
Moreover, I could not really say much about the authenticity of this dowsing method since I only practiced it a few times (which mean I am a complete beginner). But the actual performance that I witnessed really gave me a lot of motivation to continue on my attempt of mastering it. Anyway, what are your thoughts about this kind of tool? Do you think anyone can master it or only few individuals with special talent are able to do it?