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- Practice the ancient art of Dowsing with divining rods and the pendulum.
- Our instrument is a divining rod, which should bend when placed over water.
- Its wood is often fashioned into divining rods and in the case of horses, it is advisable for the rider to carry a whip made out of rowan.
- In a moment of inspiration I decided to make one last search for the camera, using my divining rods.
- So I hopped off at the next stop and I got off and hoped my inner divining rod would lead me to the seminar.
- We used divining rods (a forked hazel branch, generally - or coat hangers cut and bent just right) for finding water.
- D' Aloisio had used his divining rods to locate what he believed was a chain and nine-foot anchor, possibly from the fabled wreck itself.
- Like tiny divining rods, these drugs hunt down only diseased cells, avoiding the shotgun approach of past chemotherapies.
- As TV loses its appeal among younger men, advertisers are using divining rods to follow the money.
- Can psychologists learn from these divining rods to train less-sensitive people?
- It's something that our guys are aware of, that if we want to continue to play that's going to be the divining rod.
- Was Dick Clark a talent-revealing genius, a master divining rod constantly pointing toward rock music success?
- Much more art than science, it uses a divining rod - maybe a forked hazel twig or a similar device - held horizontally in both hands.
- By representing his figure with a broad forehead, Powers gave her the sensitivity requisite to respond to the promptings of a divining rod.
- Kushner doesn't use a divining rod to find his plays - he admits he's susceptible to just about anything.
- The old man was holding a divining rod and was waving it all about him.
- With her eyes closed, the Holy Knight waved her hand around like a divining rod until it stopped in midair.
- In addition, there has always been the use of the divining rod.
- The camera becomes a divining rod searching for the flow of emotion under the skin.
- As I sat in my alfresco office whittling away at a divining rod, a beaten up old truck screeched to a halt.