Unconventional Water Detection - H D Betz - parts 1 and 2

Welcome to the Professional Water Divining group:

Let's kick off this new group with a scientific study of real water divining work in large scale water development projects in arid and semi arid regions. This 10-year study by Prof H D Betz of Munich University examines the work of a German water engineer and dowser working with the German aid agency, Deutschen Gesellschaft fiir Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), and also a number of other tests and anecdotes of dowsing achievements.

The downloadable report is available in PDF in two parts in the documents folder for this group.

https://water.tallyfox.com/library/14751

Published in English in 1995, the findings of this study concur very much with my own results and findings as a working professional water diviner over the past20 years.

The study is confined to examination of field techniques and results in dry regions with fractured crystalline bedrock, and only a few examples of work in sedimentary aquifers where these too are heterogeneous fractured aquifers. Dowsing techniques extend beyond the scope of this study,to highly effective remote-sensory survey methods that are very much harder to find a plausible explanation for, however this study was a major milestone in formal investigation of this sometimes rather controversial and esoteric subject.

I hope readers find this study both interesting and thought provoking and look forward to engaging in discussion of the findings reported here.- DLB (Moderator)