How to Witch for Water?


People believe that using special powers and tools, like divining rods or a pendulum, can locate underground water sources. Some use a bent wire, called L rods, that react to water and move when over water. Others use a small tree branch that is shaped like a wishbone that points down when the water source is located. People who practice it consider it a skill to be developed, and is considered to be part of the sixth sense.
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