A Water Diviner?

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7 years 11 months ago #521395 by Rokker
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WillEyre wrote: Great post! Whacky, yeah, but great. Luvvit . . . .


. . . . And highly entertaining!! :lol: :woohoo:

Do NOT cross this paddock! ... Unless you can do it in 9 seconds, 'cos the bull can do it in 10!

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7 years 11 months ago #521410 by Althea from Middelmost
Tee hee. Rather like A2A2 milk. I'm sure science will catch up with water divining just like it did with A2A2.

This is a great thread and thankyou for the video links. I hadn't thought about someone's stomach contents having an effect on the divining but it makes sense. It's a sad day when we don't learn something new or at least have our vision on life stretched a bit. :)

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7 years 11 months ago #521439 by max2
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Hubby said his Father could do it and he certainly wasn't ''alternative''. A typical meat, potato and vege type man. Just old school farmer type.

Awesome horsemanship skills too, the sort that are labelled these days as being ''Whisperers' and ''natural horsemanship'' that charges big $$'s to go to ''clinics'' to learn from. He never wore a western hat to do that, just his normal scruffy terry towelling number.

I think its about just knowing the old ways. They were old before they became ''new'' again. In my opinion. ;)

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