water divining 

Folllaton Water Services Ltd locate under ground water supplies also known as aquafers, by using Water Divining, sometimes called Dowsing . 
 
The most well known gesture of the dowser is that which consists in holding a hazel, almond or will stick in one’s hands, and to advance over the ground, the stick forming a V and by exerting a light pressure to maintain it parallel to the ground.  
 
With practice the dowser advances over the ground, holding his diving rod firmly ( but not too tightly ) in his hands, these rods can be any of the following materials, plastic, hazel, willow, almond, steel brass or even whale bone. He advances slowly, exerting a light pressure to maintain his rod stable and parallel to the ground, fingers closed around the rod, and palms turned upwards. When passing directly over a water source, the rod of the dowser will be raised and remain raised, ( or drop and stay down, depending on the person using the rod ). 
When the dowser passes directly over water, the rod will react and either drop or rise upwards ( depending on the person holding it ). A good dowser can find the a water source, direction of the current, its depth, as well as its flow rate.  
 
If you would like Follaton Water Services Ltd to source you fresh water, or if you need further advice on this subject please Contact Jill or Jim who will be happy to discuss your needs further. 
Water Divinning
Follaton Water Services Water Divinning
Folllaton Water Services Ltd locate under ground water supplies also known as aquafers, by using Water Divining, sometimes called Dowsing . 
 
The most well known gesture of the dowser is that which consists in holding a hazel, almond or will stick in one’s hands, and to advance over the ground, the stick forming a V and by exerting a light pressure to maintain it parallel to the ground.  
 
With practice the dowser advances over the ground, holding his diving rod firmly ( but not too tightly ) in his hands, these rods can be any of the following materials, plastic, hazel, willow, almond, steel brass or even whale bone. He advances slowly, exerting a light pressure to maintain his rod stable and parallel to the ground, fingers closed around the rod, and palms turned upwards. When passing directly over a water source, the rod of the dowser will be raised and remain raised, ( or drop and stay down, depending on the person using the rod ). 
When the dowser passes directly over water, the rod will react and either drop or rise upwards ( depending on the person holding it ). A good dowser can find the a water source, direction of the current, its depth, as well as its flow rate.  
 
If you would like Follaton Water Services Ltd to source you fresh water, or if you need further advice on this subject please Contact Jill or Jim who will be happy to discuss your needs further. 
Water Divinning
Follaton Water Services Water Divinning
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