Marque déposée à l'Institut National de la Propriété Industrielle à Strasbourg le 2 février 2000 sous le N°00 3005740 et publiée au Bulletin Officiel de la propriété industrielle N° 00/28 NL du 13 juillet 2000.
The most well known gesture of the dowser is that which consists in holding a hazel, almond or will stick in one’s hands, and to advance over the ground, the stick forming a V and by exerting a light pressure to maintain it parallel to the ground. When the dowser passes directly over a bank, or underground river, the rod will react and either drop or rise upwards (depending on the person holding it). A good dowser can find the banks, width, direction of the current, its depth as well as its flow rate. With practice the dowser advancer over the ground, holding his diving rod firmly (but not too tightly) in his hands, these rods can be any of the following materials, plastic, hazel, willow, almond, steel brass or even whale bone. He advances slowly, exerting a light pressure to maintain his rod stable and parallel to the ground, fingers closed around the rod, and palms turned upwards. When passing directly over a bank, an underground river, the rod of the dowser will be raised and remain raised, (or drop and stay down, depending on the person using the rod). For as long as he walks over the underground river, and will drop when he comes to the other bank. This is how he will be able to determine the width of the banks by placing stakes at the beginning an end of the rod movements.
For about fifteen years now, we have been using a rod made out of polyamid (6mm diameter), with great success. It has reference colour marks which indicate to us by mnemotechnnic means, the various telluric rays looked for according to which of the colour indicators that our little finger touches.
The “Landspurg Biorad System” is shown reacting directly over an underground water source; the index finger on the left hand is touching the blue reference mark. The person who is holding the rod is directly above a bank.
6 year old Florian is pumping water for his sister Ambre
The rod has two branches which are 50cm long, 5mms diameter and are connected at the end by an aluminium tip. The left branch has brown and black reference marks, which corresponds to cavities, undergrounds, concrete piping and mine galleries. The blue mark refers to the starts of river banks, and the green one indicates the tension field of underground drainage ducts.
The right branch has a white reference mark which corresponds to the Wissman telluric ray, the red mark to the Curry ray and the yellow mark to the Hartmann ray.
Dowsers and geobiologists are often asked for help by farmers, to help them make geobilogical measurements of their grounds before they build there. And to help people detect and harmonize the negative waves in apartments, offices, workshops and houses.
There is not reacting by the divining rod, no “dowsing signal”, to stagnant waters or from underground piping or drains which are man made. The underground rivers however, produce electro kinetic potentials which will make electrical currents circulate in the ground and create a very weak magnetic field. Some people can sense and “feel” these variations even without a divining rod. The dowser who is sensitive to these weak variations in the terrestrial magnetic field when he passes from a neutral zone into one which is disturbed by that of a water source, Wiseman, Hartmann or Curry ray for example. The same phenomenon can also explain how dowsers used to find metal ore veins.
Just like the subsoil water veins, the metal ore veins are often associated to geological faults or cracked zones of the earth’s crust. They also create and emanate a very weak magnetic field, just like water veins do, and they are also detectable by a dowser.
The cost of acquiring the “Landspurg Biorad System” is 32€. Available from:
Faïencerie de la Doller
Learning how to use the “Landspurg Biorad System” is child’s play.
My name is Florian, I am 18 months old and when I grow up I will be a dowser just like my granddad Adolphe Landspurg. The survival of our world depends on WATER. Currently 30.000 people die each day from lack of fresh drinking water. Water is the gift of Life!
Président de l'Association Géobiologie et Tradition
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