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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 9 years 3 months ago #1388

Tim Williams wrote:
Question; How do you determine depth of a target map dowsing?

Tim

Hi Tim,
I use one L-rod, and a 1 foot ruler. Then decide on the scale I want to apply.
I place the zero end over the target spot and ask "If 1 inch equals 1 foot then how far beneath the earth's surface and my zero point is the target?" Then sweep the rod over the ruler while phrasing this question until it locks over a number. You may also start your sweep from the zero end to the right or start your sweep from the 12 inch mark towards the zero end.
If I'm dowsing for crude oil deposits then I change the scale and question to 1 inch equals 1000 feet, ect.
Hope this helps,
Jon
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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 9 years 3 months ago #1399

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Thanks Jon, I'm still learning this map stuff. I'll give it a try..
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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 9 years 3 months ago #1401

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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 9 years 3 months ago #1407

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Well I'm not in to talking to myself about something I don't know but asking myself for the answer! But I''l work on it.
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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 9 years 3 months ago #1408

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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 8 years 5 months ago #5345

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Would love to learn how to do this on a map...I am pretty good with rods.....but can only take a poke at a spot that I was drawn to on your map...sorry I am just posting a thought as I am not trained in this so I would not waste my time unless you just happened to be in the area. This image is hidden for guests. Please log in or register to see it.
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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 8 years 5 months ago #5362

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HI
GREAT,NOT TOO WORRY BUT MUCH OBLIGED FOR TRYING
KIND REGARDS
GATOW
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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 7 years 6 months ago #10265

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AN APPLICATION OF UNCONVENTIONAL RESEARCH, PSYCHIC ARCHAEOLOGY:

With due respect to other methods, I sometimes become curious about past events & places for information that is not readily available through documented Archival research so I try to utilize my mind to tap into what appears to be a universal knowledge. The information obtained in this manner has proven correct for me many times so I cannot doubt the power of the human mind. Yesterday, I had a thirst for knowledge about 1715 shipwreck finds in the vicinity of Sebastian IInlet, Fl. so I did some psychic research. This is a brief of the results for those who may be interested in considering the possibility?

EXAMPLE:
Years ago, Treasure Salvor STEVE SHOUPPE, called me and asked if I would come down to Sebastian and check a specific area of the Sand dunes for buried chests. I didn't know Steve at that time, but he gave the impression that just off the beach he had recovered what appeared to him as a private collection of varied dated coins that pre-dated the 1700's, as well as a Gold crest from a chest.

I checked his designated section of dunes South of Sebastian Inlet, with my equipment and did not detect Gold or Silver. Steve said there was another place he knew where chests were buried, and we followed him to about a mile north of the inlet where we stopped in front of a house that I recognized as being where Mel Fisher, held a party in which I was invited 2 years before. Steve, pointed out the dunes North of the house and said he knew there were chests buried. I replied I didn't think there were any chests buried in the dunes but there may be chests of Silver buried across on the west side of the road (A1A). I also pointed South to the ocean that I believed there were Bronze cannon. Steve seemed bewildered, as I further explaind they are from a shipwreck that is scattered over a 5 square mile area.

I happened to have the Nautical chart I had mentally plotted 2 years before and layed it out on the hood of the Bronco. I showed Steve, where I had marked Bronze cannon as being. Again, Steve seemed bewildered and asked me 3 times why I thought Bronze cannons were there. I repeated, that I did not know if there were any Bronze cannon there, that it was something I was mentally picking up and had marked those possible locations on the chart for future reference. Steve, then told me there were Bronze cannon there where I had marked and that it was his lease area and that he had found them and placed State ID tags on them.

Since Goho (Greg Bounds) cannon find South of Sebastian Inlet, isabellasea's jewelry find, and Signup's efforts to plot Steve Shouppe's glory hole, I was curious to learn if there is any connection. Here is what my mind is telling me from viewing the Google Earth photo's of the area;

Steve Shouppe's finds and Greg Bounds cannon are connected to the same shipwreck. Steve believed his coin collection came from Ubilla's Almiranta. I see this also. According to Google distance, the ship sank appx.6/10 mile South of the inlet. The scatter pattern extends northward to the inlet.

Isabellasea's jewelry find appears to me to have been aboard another 1715 ship wrecked on the beach about 1 and 1/10 mile South of the inlet. It's wreckage is scattered from the beach, under A1A, almost to the Indian River. Could this be Ubilla's Capitana? Dell
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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 7 years 6 months ago #10266

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Hello everyone in the forum, do not speak English, use Google translator, I am working Dowsing and maps and photographs, if anything I can help you I leave my address and my website, like hello.

Tommy Martinez

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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 7 years 6 months ago #10268

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Hola Don Tommy, welcome aboard!
“Treasure – If it’s out there, we’re going to find it!” (Tommy Vawter)
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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 7 years 6 months ago #10269

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Thanks Tom, still in the fight, Greetings
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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 3 years 9 months ago #17113

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Tommy,

You should put a GOOGLE TRANSLATOR tab on your website.
tommy wrote:
Hello everyone in the forum, do not speak English, use Google translator, I am working Dowsing and maps and photographs, if anything I can help you I leave my address and my website, like hello.

Tommy Martinez

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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 3 years 8 months ago #17214

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Hello Dell Winders,

That you can focus your mind and to a search is amazing to me.
Do you get anything in this area--like gold ore--buried shallow and placed there over a hundred years ago?
37 degrees, 41 minutes and 0.89 seconds
107 degrees 25 minutes and 14.2 seconds West

Up in the mountains the Spanish / French were supposed to have several rich gold mines--and the commonly
told story is that they placed caches of this ore along the East, Middle and West branches of UTE Creek
I would greatly appreciate your insight.
Were you trained as a remote viewer?
Thank you or any one here for your help.
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Re: MAP & PHOTO DOWSING FOR BURIED, OR SUNKEN TREASURE 3 years 7 months ago #17303

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You have no treasure there!
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