From: Bill Payne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jan 26 2003 - 22:09:55 EST
I assume the movement of the rods was demonic because: 1) an alternate
word for dowsing is "witching", and 2) the movement of the rods quit
after I prayed, and has never returned even though I have tried dowsing
again on several occasions.
On Sat, 25 Jan 2003 07:48:18 -0700 "Jim Armstrong" <email@example.com>
I dunno about dowsing, other than the stories, which are sure persistant.
But I have this question, why was this attributed to a demonic influence?
Stephen J. Krogh wrote:
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Sent: Friday, January 24, 2003 9:15 PM
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
or UST vaults, or even disturbed soil. It seemed to work best if I
new where these were. Imagine that.
Stephen J. Krogh, P.G.
The PanTerra Group
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