What is dowsing?  Known as Radiesthesia, dowsing is a method of tracking vibration and finding hidden things, missing people and animals. Used for centuries, dowsers would use tools, such as rods, held in their hands, to search for groundwater, buried gold, or oil. Dowsing is used for archaeological excavations, detecting geopathic stress zones, to determine proper doses of medicine or herbs, and finding missing animals and people. Its uses are endless. 

What is my dowsing method?

I use a pendulum to determine which direction and what distance away from wherever the animal went missing. I don't dowse maps (pinpoint streets and homes). I provide a general area and if I have access to the street views on a map, I look for areas and homes on the map that have the same feeling tone as the images I saw and sensed during the session. Occasionally, I find the exact home, but not often. However, emailing screenshots of visual examples this way will give you an idea of what to look for, and help you focus on an area to post your signs and talk to people. Dowsing alone does not include communication with the animal. I will not be asking questions to determine why the animal left, if the animal wants to return, if the animal can hear you calling, etc. The dowsing session, instead, focuses on location only.


What can I expect from a dowsing session?

Sometimes dowsing is all you need to locate a missing animal. Clients have found their animals (usually those missing for a short time) ten minutes after dowsing. Animals who have gone missing for six months have also been located with dowsing. I find results can sometimes be more immediate for cats who usually don't roam far from home as dogs might.


Although I have tried dowsing maps, my accuracy is more consistent with my general method of dowsing. I use a pendulum off-map and get a general geographical area, and later hold the pendulum over the map to make a straight line in the direction the pendulum swings. Map dowsing, however, can be more specific and narrow your search even more. But even a professional map dowser cannot guarantee results. Some animals are never found. Some may have been moved on by the time you arrive, others may be hiding and refuse to come out. Sometimes the dowsing could be wrong. The nature of this work is complex, there are many twists and turns, and why we can never guarantee that an animal will be found.