This classic teardrop shaped pendulum is one inch long and has a seven inch chain.
Dowsing is the action of a person (the dowser) using a rod, Pendulum, or other device called a dowsing rod, dowsing stick or divining rod to locate such things as underground water, hidden metals, buried treasure, oil, lost persons or gold, etc.
Dowsing has been practiced for thousands of years. Cave paintings dating back eight thousand years appear to show a forked stick. Ancient pictures of dowsing have been found in Egyptian and Chinese artwork. European miners used it in the 15th century. The Pendulum has been used for many years as well.
Dowsing is an intuitive science (a combination of mental, emotional, and intuitive faculties are focused) and can be learned. True Dowsing is an extension of one’s natural, feeling, and intuitive perceptions. With the aid of one’s super conscious mind and a suitable device, you can find anything.