Here are a few links to help you get started Dowsing:
- "A Letter To Robin" by Walt Woods
- "Learn How To Use A Pendulum" by John Living
- Jackie Reid's Digital Dowsing Page
- Chris Godzik's Divining Mind
If you want to join a Dowsing discussion
group check this site out:
- International Society of Dowsers
For some interesting ideas and
leylines and cropcircles:
- Leylines & Dowsing
Expanding our knowledge of our universe
through established science and innovative new ways of looking at and
exploring the mysteries of life around us.
- Open SETI
ORB VIDEOS, BOOKS, PHOTOS AND DISCUSSION GROUPS
Here is a great new
site, very fun and fascinating! We did an email interview for
their first issue on Orbs and dowsing. Now there are two MP3
interviews that were recorded between the Night Watchman and John that
are also accessable from the Night Watchman Chronicles site in their
- The Night Watchman Chronicles
Sedona Orbs conference
DVDs and CDs are available at link below from Conference Recording
We highly recommend
to everyone the video made by
Hope & Randy Mead - "ORBS: The Veil Is Lifting". A truly
magnificent piece of work,
this video reveals their experiences with the Orbs and Others
connecting with our reality
at this time. Our experiences led us to many of the same conclusions
observed. Here is their website:
- Hope & Randy Mead's Tools For Transcendence
Joe and Ginny's
photos of light tubes are something so beyond anything we have ever
seen before! Their approach of asking questions while
photographing has produced some amazing results!
- Orbs Unlimited's Online Journal
has a very delightful site with an interesting account of his
experiences and photos taken of Beings and Orbs!
- Mountain Light Elves
Ever wonder if your
pets are still hanging around after their body dies? Check out this
site for some interesting information and photos!
- I See Dead Pets
Below are only some of our favorite places to view Orb photos:
These folks are doing some great
with crop circles and orbs. Very interesting information in both
Dutch and English. See their photos!
- Ed Vos Ed's Homepage
- Ed Vos Dutch Light Orbs
- Ed & Kris Sherwood's Crop Circle Answers
Also, there were discussion groups on Orbs.
The Orb Research Group was the first group created, on September 11, 1999, which the Universal-Orbs Group below it is a continuation of. Here it is closed for posting because space was running out, the Messages used to be open to the public, but it appears the owner of the list has set that feature for members only. You will have to register with Yahoo and sign in with your user name and password in order to access the Messages in the left column. The photos that were attached to these posts can no longer be opened because Yahoo dumped all photos that were in the Messages Archives.
However!!! Ed Vos, the owner of the
Group, currently has put up a website with all the photos that were
- Orb Research Group
While there, you will now have to join to read the messages. If you want to join in the current discussion copy and paste the url on the Orb Research Group home page that will take you to the Universal-Orbs home page, or click on the url below. Just follow the instructions to subscribe to the Universal-Orbs Group, which is continuing the discussions, photos and experiences. (See UPDATE below) It was activated March 10th of 2003. Photos as attachments do go out the majority of the time to all members who have their email set to Individual Emails. Those attachments are no longer stored at the Yahoo site and cannot be opened. The owner Ed Vos is striving to put a website up with those photos that can be accessed by comparing the message number. He has all past photo attachments up already and for the newer posts you'll need to give him a week or two to get those up.
Because of unforseens, the Universal-Orbs Group has been shut down to
further posting, though all the messages can still be read and Ed is
maintaining the photo website.
September 10, 2005 The Universal-Orbs Group is closed for members by invitation only. Sorry. The group Orbs_Around_The_World, which had taken over the discussion after Universal-Orbs had closed, has been deleted as of yesterday. We find it curious that this happened almost to the day that the Orbs Research Group was started six years ago. All we can say is to just keep on photographing and possibly another group will appear that is compatible.August 3, 2006 Ed Vos had opened a new discussion group called Universal-Orbs2 Group as an extension of the earlier groups. Here is the url to that site: SEE UPDATE BELOW
The Universal-Orbs2 Group at Yahoo was closed in early September, then
reopened to posting in late October 2007. The discussion also continues
at the Forum on this site.
Join the group at the Forum too and remember to login if you want to
- Universal Orbs Forum
- Al Jacobs' Gadget Meister - explains how to make your own rechargeable battery packs to replace AA batteries for flash and some cameras. We are in the process of assembling one to use with the 283 Vivitar and will report on how it works for us. Al has other nifty things for photography on his site.
Update: we use these with our Epson camera and with all the Vivitar flashes (all use 4 AA batteries) and they work great! Slightly on the heavy side, but you can put it in a pocket or put it in a small tape recorder case to attach to your belt. We got extra batteries for spares. No more worrying if you've got enough AA's to take you through a night time photo shoot! No more buying and throwing away AA batteries!
Electric - where we bought the MC-1 battery charger for the battery
- The Battery Terminal - where we bought the 6 Volt 4 amp batteries
TO GET THAT MAGIC BACK INTO YOUR LIFE !
- Fred Stern - The Rainbow Maker
- Masaru Emoto's Messages In Water
- Original Wingmakers Home Page
- Wingmakers of the 21st Century - how to make energy balls, levitation, portals
OTHER GREAT LINKS
Robinson's Years To Your Health - herbs and many other items,
an extensive listing of different subjects (including dowsing!) on his
- 1st Site Free
- The Spirit Search Directory
Date created: May 25, 2000
John and Jan Young
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