From: Stephen J. Krogh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jan 25 2003 - 00:07:17 EST
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> Subject: Re: Unleashing the Storm
> I am well aware of how bizarre all of this sounds, yet these are my own
> experiences. I'm sure there are others here who could recount similar
> experiences. You're likely right that the stones at Tiahuanaco were
> moved by men, but with evidence of dowsing how can we be sure that demons
> would not do the same thing for men who were willing to sell their souls
> to Satan? If demons can move a twig or a rod, then they should be able
> to move a 100-ton stone.
> Are you in agreement, Glenn, that dowsing rods do actually move in
> response to some unseen force? If so, what is the force?
Yeah, I remember trying those rods when looking for subsurface powerlines,
or UST vaults, or even disturbed soil. It seemed to work best if I already
new where these were. Imagine that.
Stephen J. Krogh, P.G.
The PanTerra Group
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