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dowsing rods

Which Rod Is Right For Me?

 Dowsing is not difficult; anyone can dowse if they allow themselves to. Like most things the more you practice the better you get.
  1. Basic "L" Rods (available in copper or brass)
    If you want to try your hand at dowsing and don't want to invest much money the Basic “L” rods would be the best choice. They don't rust and won't bend as easily as electrical copper wire. (these rods would be good for locating potable water, buried pipes, electrical lines)
  2. Universal "L" Rods (available in copper or brass)
    Whether you are a beginner or experience dowser and want to get serious about dowsing you should consider these rods. They have nylon bushings built into the copper handles, to providing a nice smooth action. On the points are solid brass balls to provide balance and safety. (they are good for locating potable water, utilities, building sites, archaeology, minerals, lost item, ghost dowsing & more)
  3. Which works better copper L-rods or brass?
    A dowser gets the same results from brass or copper. One type of metal doesn't have an advantage over the other. That being said, if you have preconceived beliefs that one type would work better than another you should use that type because your subconscious mind will affect the results. Keep in mind people used coat hangers to dowse with for years.
  4. Uni-PRO "L" Rods (available in copper or brass)
    These are for the serious experienced and professional dowser. They have (sealed self-lubricating ball bearings) built into copper handles, giving them the smoothest swing action. (they are good for locating potable water, utilities, building sites, archaeology, minerals including gold, lost item, ghost dowsing & more)
  5. Pocket "L" rods
    If you are in the area of construction or travel with your dowsing you would want to consider these rods. They have swivel guides built into copper handles for smooth action. The pointers collapse into the handles for protection when not used. They work well and fit easily in a pocket, purse or tool box. (These rods would be good for locating potable water, utilities, building sites, archaeology, minerals, lost item . . .)
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