A very special non contact sensor, with biofeedback from the sensitive dowsing rod practitioner being part of the measurement
There was a time that everything that could not be explained and traced got the stigma of being weird, mystical and dangerous. The dowsing rod phenomena used to be such a thing in the past.
Those who practice the application of sensor technology with prudency should recognize how the dowsing rod proved its value as a useful instrument over centuries and centuries. From this observation one can imagine that modern science could incorporate this sensor and its application in theory and practice. Specifically the application of the dowsing rod as an instrument in relation to human biofeedback is fascinating. It fits into modern science with its growing focus on biology.
As a geologist, Erik Kasteleyn has experienced dowsing rod theory, experiment and application over decades. Among others, his experiments on tracing geological phenomena showed remarkable results. These experiments may inspire those who are open to a not all the way conventional approach in science as such.
|Erik Kasteleyn, geologist, radiation expert and dowsing rod practitioner, GeoVitaal||Download presentation||Download article|