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The Effect of Magnetically Shielding a dowserA

Keywords: "Rosicrucian Order AMORC , magnetism , science , dowsing , experiments , Zaboj V. Harvalik , electromagnetics"

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An exploratory study was undertaken between 2004 and 2006 to investigate the effects of magnetically shielding a dowser. The study revealed two “dowsing zones” that support the hypothesis that there may be specific points of entry for a dowser “signal or channel” to the body, since the dowser response was mostly impaired when these areas were shielded. These two zones were the dorsal neck-upper back region and the crown region. Partial replication of Harvalik’s left and right kidneys as “dowsing zones” was obtained; however Harvalik’s forehead region as a “dowsing zone” was not replicated. Instead, this zone, when shielded, increased rather than diminished the dowser response measurements, contrary to Harvalik’s results. The present study involved performing both field (on-site) dowsing and information (remote) dowsing.


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