Resources for Radiesthesia, Radionics and Dowsing
To start with a pendulum can be made from any weighted object like a ring on a piece of thread, or dowsing rods
can be made by bending a pair of wire coat hangers, but you will get much better results with professionally made
Find a pendulum that feels comfortable. Too light and the response will be difficult to read; too heavy and the
response will be sluggish. There are a myriad of pendulums available in all different types of material - wood,
crystal, metals, plastic - some have built in recesses for specimens, some are finely decorated. Try different
types and you'll soon find a favourite.
If not using a pendulum, which can be tricky to use outside in windy conditions, then dowsing rods are the
answer. The easiest to use are the L - Rods, however the Y -Rod (can be made from a forked twig of hazel, willow or
pear) is traditionally used also.
Dowsing for Beginners by Richard Webster is an excellent guide to getting into dowsing and radiesthesia.
Learn how to use the tools of dowsing: angle rods, divining rods,
pendulums, wands, and even your own hands and body. Then go on to discover the techniques successful dowsers use to
find what they're seeking. The detailed explanation of map dowsing, combined with the dowsing disc in the special
offer at the back of the book, will enable anyone to dowse for anything at all - anywhere in the world!