While doing some remote dowsing for a client in Ecuador I stumbled upon a geopathic stress line that I hadn't noticed before. The location was fairly near a volcano that became active within the past year, creating some cracking sounds in the ground for neighbors of this client. The pattern of the stress line, when I asked for more particulars, was eleven vertical planes, equidistantly spaced, with a total width of about 25 inches. Its intensity, measured by Baron von Pohl's 16-point scale, was 6 at night and 4 during daytime, so not highly geopathic but a concern for long-term exposure. And when I ran down a list of possible correlations to physical structures the one that activated my dowsing rod was "underground fractures".
Reading more about the geoplogy of Ecuador and their most recent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, I found that the big, active fault lines are many miles below the surface. When I checked this one it was just a little over a mile down, probably making it a fairly minor stress fracture.
I was wondering if there are dowsers out there who have worked more extensively with highly seismically active regions. I'd love to hear more about other discoveries in this realm and what the energy patterns that emerge from different crustal anomalies might look like. In the meantime I intend to do more map dowsing in the vicinity of this client to check on the more major fault lines and other energy patterns related to active and "sleeping" volcanoes.
"Develop an infallible technique, then place yourself at the mercy of inspiration." (from a craftsman, but it applies widely)