Map Dowsing For Lost Buried Or Sunken Treasures
Now Made Easy For Any Dowser!
Due to an amazing discovery in the Science of Dowsing, Treasure Hunting for Lost, Buried, or Sunken Treasures can now be reliable, profitable, and almost effortless. No longer will Treasure Hunters who are armed with basic dowsing skills have to suffer the same frustrations and disappointments that conventional treasure hunters have to endure!
If a treasure hunter has a treasure story that contains good information, they can now approach Treasure Hunting with a certainty of locating the treasure they are seeking.
Because of a new and proven map dowsing technology, a dowser can now pinpoint the location of a treasure they want to search for before they leave the comfort of their home. With the advent of Google Maps and its GPS attributes, without the drudgery of having to waste time and effort searching irrelevant terrain, they can go directly to the spot where the treasure can be found.
The same method is just as useful when searching for sunken treasure. Locating lost “Gold Laden Spanish Treasure Galleons” is now possible without the guesswork and uncertainties normally associated with this type of search. Many historical records contain all the information necessary to apply the new technology with the same degree of accuracy and success.
By using a particular type of gold detector, it is now possible to verify a find from a distance of several hundred feet if the cache consists of a good quantity of gold. Digging to verify a find is no longer necessary. The modern treasure hunter can now identify and confirm a find inconspicuously without the need of using a bulky, highly conspicuous metal detector, thereby allowing the opportunity for a well-planed, unseen recovery.
Because of the new technology, treasure-hunting dowsers now have a tremendous advantage over conventional treasure hunters. Non-dowsers will not be able to take advantage of the technology. While others are spending their time searching, the dowser who is armed with this technology will be spending his time enjoying the gratification of precisely locating and recovering the treasure he is seeking.
The best part of all, only basic dowsing skills are required to master the technology! Any dowser who can use a pendulum can now become a successful treasure hunter and be richly rewarded for his or her dowsing abilities!
“ABOUT THE AUTHOR”: Jerry Nokes with over thirty-five years of dowsing experience has pioneered his scientific discovery into a full proof method of locating lost, buried, and sunken treasures. The success he has enjoyed in his own treasure hunting endeavors has proven beyond any shadow of a doubt that the new technology is not only viable, but also 100% reliable.
His website, http://map-dowsing-is-obsolete.com offers all dowsers the opportunity to learn the new technology, and greatly expand their newly acquired abilities into unlimited fields of potential interests.
One Of My Treasure Hunting Ventures You Should Find Interesting!
I Posted This On Treasurenet A Fews Years Ago
Ojai stagecoach robbery loot found (Read 2679 times)
Ojai stagecoach robbery loot found
Posted Feb 07, 2005, 03:24:31 PM
One of my most disappointing Treasure Hunting ventures involved a stagecoach robbery just North of Ojai, California. The robbery took place a short distance from town, and as a result, a posse was formed quickly.
The posse soon caught up with the outlaw, and a firefight ensued. The robber was mortally wounded in the battle, and before he died, he told the lawmen that he hid the gold in some rocks on top of an unusually looking knoll. A search went on for weeks, without success.
I map dowsed the location of the treasure, and found it to be no more than a half-hour distance from my home.
When map dowsing in wilderness areas, I always start by using accurate, and detailed aviation sectional charts, as they are, in reality, a photograph of the grounds surface, and show in detail, all of the topographical features. I was amazed, as sure enough, it was a very unusual looking knoll.
As I approached the knoll, I decided it was too steep to climb, so I traversed around the base looking for a better way up. This is where the great disappointment came in. I found myself standing in a freshly cut firebreak that went straight up and over the hill. Once on top, I couldn't find a thing. A careful search of the base produced the same results.
A few days later, while heading out to search for the Lost Padre Mine, I stopped for gas. The gas station owner noticed that my rig was bristling with an assortment of digging tools and metal detectors, and asked me where I was going. After telling him, I told him the story of my last week's experience. A smile broke out on his face, and he told me I was three or four months too late for that one. He went on to say that a regular customer of his accidentally found the treasure. The customer was a bulldozer operator who contracted with the Forest Service to cut fire brakes. Because it was not legal for a US citizen to own gold at that time, he took the gold to San Francisco and sold it to the Chinese Tong, and used the money to buy a few apartment houses.
Good Luck Hunting