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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby simonwheeler » Wed Sep 06, 2017 7:51 pm

Sorry Mike- for me it can stay where it belongs...in the ground!
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Thu Sep 07, 2017 10:45 am

I would only be like the natives and take what I need for the day, if you have money in the bank for a rainy day why need more, but the thrill of finding it after you dowse the vein has to be special...Not a case of looking for the largest vein, but ANY vein of gold, they are all gold after all, find one and you find them all,it has to be exciting and special, just wish I was up to it to get out and look......Checking Cornwall and Devon I get on the first map well east and picked up something right away, but it was Roman gold not natural,not coins but items, so its back later and try again.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Thu Sep 07, 2017 1:32 pm

Some yeas ago about 2002 or 2003 I was very active around Wiltshire and the crop circles looking every week for anything new, and at the time Barbury Castle was in the middle of all that was going on. I would be there off and on many times looking out for new formations, and I got a feeling for the site which is very ancient.I dowsed at the time something special in that area, but I never put my finger on just what it offered in the way of things hidden in the very distant past.So today Im looking again at that position and all around to see what I missed at the time, come back here if I pick up anything of interest.. :lol:

Yes its still there at the same position as before, and its a small amount of gold and silver items not money or coins, I date when it was buried as 4200 years ago so its very old what ever it is.Might be some sort of ancient jewellery but not rings, I dowsed for that, but the historic value has to be very high.Im pleased it remains hidden as before,waiting for the right time to be found no doubt, it should be in a Museum for the people to look at rather than some private collection.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Thu Sep 14, 2017 12:57 pm

So much reported missing and all things of value hidden all over the world when you check the Internet, I looked at the story of Mosby Raiders during the US Civil War and its a fascinatiing story of daring raids behind enemy lines, to keep the other troops tied up protecting their bridges and stuff.And one story spoke of his group catching an entire group of soldiers who were taking a bag of things of great value back to camp for protection, so he took it off them, but was forced to bury those things when he was confronted by a larger enemy force.And those things were never ever dug up again, as the troops he sent to recover them was caught and hung, and he never ever sent anyone else out to get them.This all happened near the US town of Culpeper Virginia and what was then the old road 211, I checked and while I never found anything close to Culpeper, I did find something along the 211 road of great value....I spend a lot of time checking out these old stories from around the world, as some of them do have interesting results, and I find it so much fun looking, you just dont know what you might find ?
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Thu Sep 14, 2017 6:29 pm

Dowsing the Channel Islands tonight I have had a few hits where gold and silver items are buried, and one place shows Church items are buried here of great value to the Church.Problem with any church is they dont want to work with dowsers, we are not good people in their eyes, which is a great pity...I think those church items were buried during the war when the Germans landed on the island, so they might be Jewish perhaps, or some church warden buried them for safety not trusting the Germans, who knows now...Other finds include gold and silver coins of great age off the coast, and some bronze of great age as well, far more things than I found looking before here,an exciting hour dowsing and fun.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Fri Sep 15, 2017 1:09 pm

Looking at the weird shapes in China and wondering what they are, I noticed two places in Mongolia close together where large amounts of gold and silver and Jewels are buried five feet deep in the mountains and woods, I just wonder if this is the final resting place of some ancient war lord, they date from over 1000 years ago ??
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Postby mike » Fri Sep 15, 2017 3:50 pm

3 possible people buried there Genghis Khan or his third son Ogedei Khan or Temur Khan, going back to see if someone is buried there along with the loot/treasure ?

Yes both have someone buried there in each case, I wonder if their horses went in with them,go back and look again ?

Yes they all had their horse buried with them, plus I found another site close again in the same sort of area, so it might be a place set aside for war leaders of the past, a protected area with natural influence of the planet perhaps.The dates are 1500/1200/1300 years ago when they were buried I believe ?
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Fri Sep 15, 2017 7:09 pm

Four Corners Monument USA have at least 3 places where natural gold veins run, and two of them are good running north to south and would make you rich, but the best one is 15 feet deep in rock there, and would be hard to mine and dig.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby TN FireWalker » Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:27 pm

Hi, I am new to Dowsing and very new to try to find things but just have a question. I've read the books, read the posts (Mike, I wish I was close to the Four Corners), worked with my rods and pendulum...but GOSH, coming up empty.
QUESTION: What am I doing WRONG?
I thought my first easy test would be to find my Sister's original Engagement Ring. She lost it somewhere in the Kitchen of her home she lives in now. I drew a map, she sent me pictures and I got a HOT spot. Top cabinet, left of the stove. She completely emptied the cabinet. NO FIND! So I gave it a week or two and I dowsed again. Asking the questions differently, and got another cabinet. This time it was HOT on the top cabinet to the right of the sink. So today I spoke to her and she looked as I was on the phone. NO FIND. She believes in me and believes that I can find it for her and of course she gave me permission way before I started.
Any one have a suggestion as to what I am doing wrong? The questions I have asked are: is it presently in this room, point to the area it can be found, etc.
I have been at this for weeks. I do not want to get discouraged, but gosh....any advise? She lost it months ago and did get it replaced, that is why I am using the word, original engagement ring. Her kitchen is basic rectangle, cabinets on every wall, sink, stove, eating island in the middle of the floor, refrigerator and dishwasher.
Thank you in advance if anyone can advise this 'newby'.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Sun Sep 17, 2017 9:59 am

Hi Nancy, Sorry you have not been able to find the ring, perhaps you are trying too hard.I find if you dowse so its like a game and enjoy it and have fun, you seem to work much better, and you get better results...I would imagine the ring was made of gold, first dowse for gold in a picture to get its influence and signature, then use that to narrow the search down in the house,and while your sure the ring is in the kitchen, open the search to the entire house more....Im no expert on this but thats what I would do, look/dowse with a side view of the house/flat in your mind,to see what area has the ring/gold influence, then refine that down to the room.Take little steps at first, ask direct questions, and try and confine your search to the one room once you are happy its that room/place.Hope you find it, the more you dowse, the better you will get Nancy,and dont ever get frustrated when things are going wrong, its a leaning curve you walk which will improve as you practice more.....And I just LOVE Arizona, its my idea of the wild west, so much to see and do, text me PM your home area, and I will find you a target on Google Earth, where you can dowse and compare results later okay. Silly question, but could the ring fall down the sink hole, and be in the sink trap underneath the sink ?
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Thu Sep 21, 2017 8:13 pm

Dowsing around the fields where the Battle Of Colloden took place in 1745, a number of places to the west have sites where things have been hidden in the ground.Both gold and silver coins and some items as well, it could have been family things hidden away at the time of the battle, or troops hiding their loot perhaps to collect later, but never did ?
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Tue Sep 26, 2017 1:46 pm

Around 1820 a number of ships were loaded with huge amounts of Spanish gold and silver both coins and items of great value,said to be worth 63 million in todays prices,and the place where these ships were to go was Mexico.BUT the captain of the ships was not a trusted person and took the gold and silver, he is supposed to have sailed to Cocos Island in the Indian Ocean and buried some of the loot there, to be collected later.But with 11 ships all full of treasure I imagine it was a dream come true for the sailors who ran each ship, a chance to be rich beyond all dreams, and I believe they all devided and went different ways and buried their cargo of treasure to be collected later when everything blew over.So the hunt is on across both the Pacific and Indian Oceans to look for places where both gold and silver coins and items are buried still today, a number of Islands are mentioned where they could have sailed to bury their loot,and I believe the Pacific Ocean was the best place to head for when they left port in my opinion.To sail across to the Indian Ocean seems too far with a heavy cargo and the chance to make a new life, Im sure they would have stayed in the Pacific, and gone to one of the many islands there to bury some cargo and lay low for a while, and perhaps sink their ship to hide the fact they reached that island...So looking around and dowsing some of the Islands mentioned looking for both gold and silver and jewels has had some good results,and the recent date of 1820 points to the finds being from this stolen treasure from Lima in Peru.Even along the coast from Lima to the north shows results of where something is buried around this date and time,it would have been a place close enough to hide the cargo and not risk any long sea journey at the time, and then come back later to recover and sell their loot.Its an exciting tale of pirates if you will, they stole the treasure as others had stolen it in the first place from the Indians of South America,and much of it still remains where they buried it all that time ago,waiting to be found.

Pinaki and Tahiti are just some of the islands mentioned where they could have sailed to, and I will check all those and others along the route in the Pacific .

Had a hit on Tahiti already, not huge but very nice just the same, might be some truth its where they headed at least one ship ?
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Tue Sep 26, 2017 2:07 pm

Pinaki in the French Polynesia is just one of many islands there, its going to be a while to check them all out, but its fun having a look, NOT that Im in any condition to go digging any time soon. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Wed Sep 27, 2017 6:51 pm

Looking at the Hindu Kush Mountains tonight for a lost treasure still buried there I dowsed both natural gold in a good amount, plus the gold and silver coins and jewels left there some 240 years ago I believe, its another very high mountain area and will be hard going to dig out any treasure still buried there.
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Re: Go out and find stuff much?

Postby mike » Thu Sep 28, 2017 1:05 pm

Looking over the Pacific Ocean its dotted with countless islands and places where the sailors who stole that Spanish gold and silver items might have headed, one exciting thing was a place I found where the treasure was ALL things made of gold and silver and jeweled items, but they all were from Churches, so they had to be crosses and religious items from the many Catholic Churches.NOT a single gold coin or silver coin was included,I would love to examine the loading sailing manifest of the Spanish at the time in Lima, so see what ship carried all those items, those records have to be in Saville now where these things are kept/stored from the past....I would imagine all the things most precious to them like the Catholic crosses and Church items would be kept together in the one ship,and that might have had the most guards aboard to protect this special cargo....But just think of it, two days out in the rolling ocean what guard would still be standing, let alone able to protect the cargo or himself from the crew, they must have been killed or forced to join the crew, with little choise.With 11 ships loaded with all that gold and silver it must have been a dream come true for those sailors, and I believe they would have all gone their own ways to bury the cargo, and wait for the hunt to stop looking for them....And perhaps not all that was buried was ever found and dug up again, certainly some of it remains where it was buried, I get a number of hits where things are buried so I would think a lot of it still remains out there.
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