L-Rod Telescopic Dowsing Rod
One of the key features of the L-rod Telescopic Dowsing rod is its ability to retract and fold up, allowing the user to carry it conveniently in a large pocket or a backpack, considerably reducing the possibility of bending or damaging it.
L-Rod Telescopic Dowsing Rod
L-rods are one of the most familiar dowsing or divining rods. They come in different sizes and are made from a wide variety of materials, like wood, copper, or brass. Most of these rods are made with the lead end longer than the handle at a ratio of 3:1, which provides remarkable balance and control.
Used either singularly or as a pair, the L-rod Telescopic Dowsing Rod is traditionally used for discovery and measurement: Searching for water, (sometimes called water-witching or water divining), prospecting for minerals such as gold and precious stones, and even oil exploration.
L-Rod Telescopic Dowsing Rod is essential when searching for EMFs, Geopathic stress lines, and negative energy radiation Gridlines.
To measure Hartmann Radiation, Gridlines and Curry Lines which are vertical radiation lines, the Cosmos or Swiss rod, the Aurameter or Bobber Pro are alternate capable dowsing rods
Using Your L-Rod Telescopic Dowsing Rod
This family of rods is excellent for marking out energy lines and defining their direction, thickness, and strengths. They are used in searching for lost items and to measure auras or bio-fields.
The L-Rod Telescopic Dowsing Rod is not overly difficult to master but requires some practice. To use them, hold one or two of the L-rod Telescopic Dowsing Rod in your bare hands with a relaxed grip, making sure not to inhibit the free turning of the rod in the handle. To get the best results, hold the arms close to the body and extend both arms out front; bend them at 90 degrees and make the rods point slightly downward and parallel to the ground.
Focussing on your mental inquiry confirm the direction to search. Then proceed in the direction the rods indicate. When you approach the location, the rods will either open or cross depending on how you mentally programmed your Telescopic L-Rod.
Often before starting a dowsing task, it’s a good idea to do a self-check. Dowse yourself and check your “accuracy” rating. You can do this quick test by asking how accurate your dowsing will be before you start your dowsing session. If you’re less than 80% accurate, wait until you’re testing at a higher percentage. Not every dowsing session is the same and you’ll save energy and experience less frustration knowing when it’s a good time to dowse or not.
Conserve Your Energy
Dowsing draws on the dowser’s energy. Therefore, if you’re tired, sick or emotional, it will affect your performance. It’s best to dowse when you’re clear, strong and healthy. Powerful emotions can over-ride the calm state necessary for accurate dowsing outcomes.
Ensure you drink water and are hydrated. Supplementing with colloidal minerals, biochemic cell salts or other biologically active minerals will enhance your own conductivity. I’ve often worn copper bracelets to increase my conductivity when dowsing.
Put Away Your Cell Phone
Put away your cell phone and other electronic devices. 30% of people are electrically sensitive. Electrical fields can have an unpredictable effect when dowsing. With so many EMF fields around us, it can interfere with the dowsing experience itself or hinder clear and precise readings. Now that 5G is out, these short mm waves affect the oxygen molecules and penetrate at the DNA level. This places an extra stressor on the dowser.
Environmental conditions also play a role in affecting quality dowsing. Rocks and underground water may affect the dowser’s ability to dowse or gain reliable data. Weather also plays a role, and you may find dowsing conditions poor after an electrical storm or after heavy rainfall. This has to do with the ionization of the air and ground.
Negative or Noxious Zones
Some zones the dowser works with are negative or called noxious zones. These zones may also hinder the dowser to some degree. If I’m dowsing a home to test for noxious zones, I do a test and ask questions before I enter the home. I draw a map of the area or home and mark the areas that come up as negative. It’s just a good idea to know they’re there and to spend as little time in them as possible.
Run Your Self-Diagnostic for Accuracy
All this can sound a little overwhelming, so at the minimum run your self-diagnostic. If your self-diagnostic is showing a low dowsing accuracy percentage, you can check again later. However, you can also inquire as to why the reading is low and make corrections as necessary.
I sell devices to counteract, neutralize the effects from EMF and Geopathic radiations and zones. See the ADR EMF line of products available on this site.
Size and Weight:
18 cm retracted – 66 cm expanded / 124 gm
7.09″ retracted – 25.98″ expanded / 4.37 oz
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