Discover Water, Minerals and Energy Supplies through Divining Techniques


Divining or dowsing, as some call it, has for thousands of years been used as one of the methods by which water and minerals have been located under the ground. From the time that oil was first discovered, this has also been one of the primary methods by which oil deposits have been detected and to this day remains a fundamental component in the detection of reserves. Dowsing is a process used for the detection of ground water, minerals and oil by the application of methods that are part of a natural faculty inherent in only some persons. For the purpose of this document, the term “WATER” only will be used. It is a fact that if a skilled dowser can find water then any type of mineral can be discovered as well. This faculty is today regularly and successfully being used as a commercial method by which ground water is detected. There are many documented case studies of successful water diviners and in different parts of India , central and state government departments concerned with ground water detection, prominent industrialists, farmers and industry make use of dowsers to locate sufficiently large sources of underground water.

There are of course those skeptics who find reasons to discard dowsing as a myth; however the scientific method, on which our civilizations are based,  allows scientists only to predict with a certain probability that something is either true or false.  Errors of false claims have been proven wrong in the past trough areas such as kinesiology, acupuncture and other alternative healing methods. All of these processes access the energy fields within the human body to achieve the desired results and water dowsing can be put into the same category. Kinesiology in particular, firstly strongly refuted, but now widely accepted by the medical profession, uses the energy forces within and around the body to deal with psychological and physical illnesses .Dowsing uses the same forces, consciously and subconsciously, to activate the dowsers ability to interact with the subtle electromagnetic gradients from the earth. Exactly how it occurs is still not clear but as research indicates, the results can be very positive in certain individuals.

Albert Einstein was convinced of the authenticity of dowsing. He said,  “ I know very well that many scientists consider dowsing as they do astrology, as a type of ancient superstition. According to my conviction this is unjustified. The dowsing rod is a simple instrument which shows the uncanny reaction of the human nervous system to certain factors which are unknown to us at this time.”

Over the last ten years much research has been done to clear the myth of  dowsing. A Report published by the Physicist Hans-Dieter Betz in the “Journal of Scientific Exploration” from Stanford University in 1995 illustrates the results from a 10 year investigation into water dowsing. The investigation undertaken in Sri Lanka the DRC, Kenya, Namibia and Yemen among others includes results from over 2000 drillings and is the most comprehensive study ever done in this field. The investigation sponsored by a German Association of Technical  Co-operation, was particularly aimed at finding innovative methods to find water in arid regions and included geological and hydrological experts, experienced dowsers and a scientific group led by Dr. Betz.
The results illustrated a phenomenal 98% success rate by dowsers across 691 drillings. In addition to the success, it was found that certain dowsers could predict the depth of the find to a success rate of 10 to 20 percent.  Geohydrologists  given the same tasks took 2 months to evaluate a site where a dowser would complete his survey in minutes. The hydrologists had a 21% success rate and as a result of the findings the German Government sponsored 100 dowsers to work in arid zones of South India to find drinkable water.

In Russia dowsing is taught as a science. Many of the top dowsers are doctors, engineers and scientists. Professor Alexander P.Dubrov, Prof. of Biophysics and Doctor of Geophysics (author of Geomagnetic Fields of Life) is one of them.
Dowsers have been used across the U.S.A. to locate oil wells. One of the most successful dowsers is Paul Clement Brown. From his contacts with leading oil and gas operators over a quarter of a century ago, Brown learned that many important oil fields were discovered not by geological trained technicians but by gifted himself.
It is thus evident that through the ages dowsing has been chosen as an acceptable method by governments and academics alike for the unearthing of water and minerals and that it still survives today in light of the skeptics who dismiss it as a  myth.


The ability to find water through dowsing has been with me for many years and I have used this method since the eighties to find water on my own farms. It proved to be very successful and allowed me to achieve success where I had previously had great frustrations with having to drill many expensive dry holes shown to me by other individuals using a range of different methods. In recent years I have made the effort to hone my skills using different systems and techniques until I found a process that brought a very high degree of success. For the last 13 years I have commercially undertaken this venture to detect water for individuals and companies across South Africa. This included detecting water for farmers as far away as Greyton in the Western Cape to doing the same for mines in the North of the country. My success has been proven by by the high amount of return business that I have received from my clients. One such client, Andalusite Resources called me back three times to identify water for them on their Andalusite mine where their experience with scientific methods had shown no success. On all three occasions they found a significant amount of water in the locations I pointed out.I am currently finding water in Botswana where the cost of drilling is very high and the incidence of salt water is very common.My first venture further afield was to a large agricultural farm in Tanzania.

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