All posts by zsl

Few Hurricanes in Summer of 2019

Few Hurricanes in Summer of 2019   There have been markedly fewer hurricanes in the Atlantic this year. The Pacific cyclones season has been similarly sparse. Checking ocean surface temperatures on https://www.wunderground.com/hurricane The Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean and Atlantic are all five to ten degrees cooler than normal. The western Pacific is near normal with […]

5G Deadliness Dowse

This is a dowse I did on July 23 2019 for a friend in Los Angeles. I went into the dowse not knowing what would happen which is a good thing when dowsing. I was surprised that 4G megahertz em radiation is almost five time deadlier than 5G. Check this dowse with your own dowse. […]

T.E.D. (Ted) Wright

T.E.D. (Ted) Wright Ted, if he is still around is about 100 years old. He has dowsed more wells in the Okanagan than anyone else. His technique is unusual in that he holds one arm in front and the other behind with both hands open, palms down. He dowses the underground streams walking with the […]

Ed Stillman

Ed Stillman Met Ed Stillman once in May 2005 at the Can Am Dowsers Conference in Issaquah Washington. He was a professional engineer from San Francisco who moved to Arizona when he retired. Then he took up a new career of water dowsing in a state with a lot of desert. He was good at […]

Walt Woods

Walt Woods Walt Woods the master dowser who wrote “A Letter to Robin” to teach a young woman how to dowse has been the door way for many to learning how to use this powerful tool. I saw him at two Quester’s conferences and believe he taught at earlier conferences. He had an easy gentle […]