So Baker fashioned his own dowser
with some cardboard, gaffers tape, paint poles and a pair of freshmen with strong shoulders.
The main things learned were that the question must be clear at the outset and the dowser
must understand what message his or her tools are giving back.
And even the idea that Ryan Dow has a proper full season in front of him - people overlook what Dowser
has actually done for us so far.
From speaking to the boys and Dowser
they felt it was a penalty.
Some people swear by having the well location "witched" by a dowser
, but scientific studies have shown no increase in success rate.
Energy testing revealed georadiation stress, so an experienced dowser
examined the man's bed location, shifting it to a neutral undisturbed location.
When the radiesthesist is localizing a target on the map of a territory, the "connection" between the radiesthetic rod or the pendulum and the target is not physical but semantic (linked by the symbolic map that the dowser
sees; Levin, 1999).
These characters--the castrato, the steeplejack, and the father who has lost a daughter--represent a much wider range of other orphans of modernity: a disgruntled piano tuner's wife who gets revenge on a neglectful husband, a school bus driver who is haunted by an accident with a train in which schoolchildren died, a young deer hunter who can never forget his father's suicide, a troubled dowser
whose father died by water in a hurricane, a shoeshine man who never speaks but who writes of a single poignant moment of fantasized romance with "the lady with the Spanish boots" (90).
If you were to look closer you would see that he was considered a "sensitive" of some kind, a dowser
in the world of strategic thought.
A psychic and a dowser
who specialise in locating animals have also become involved.
By the end of 1982, she tried a dowser
for geopathic radiation.
A water dowser
from Caerphilly was also called out to stop the flames spreading to neighbouring properties.