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Geoff Crockford BSc Hons
Nigel Hughes BSc Hons

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Application Examples of Biolocation applications include:

  1. Locating underground water, its depth volume and purity as well as water supply leaks.

  2. Locating archaeological in the ground and ´seeingĦ the history of landscape.

  3. Assessing food quality and freshness.

  4. Assessing pollution.

  5. Site dowsing ( locating objects such as pipes ,cables drains etc buried in the ground)

  6. Monitoring body chemistry and obtaining related health and fitness information. Bio location can for example provide accurate analysis of body biochemical changes such as blood glucose and iron levels and the presence of chemicals that result from disease. The implications of the later are profound. Diagnostic analysis can be conducted simply and effectively as a matter of routine and because the magnetic sense can detect fields from extremely small amounts of material, health implications of biochemical change in the body can be identified long before heath issues develop. The term diagnostic is used so that no inference is made that bio location can be used for treatment or healing. Normal medical consultation and tests must still be used for medical diagnosis and treatment.

  7. Monitoring the quality of the magnetic environment and assessing the impact of magnetic fields on the body

  8. The properties and characteristics of the human magnetic sensory system

  9. Research of Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism

  10. Research of the Earth˙s Energies (magnetic fields).

In these applications, dowsing is the use of the human magnetic sensory system to locate and identify paramagnetic and diamagnetic fields and in turn their source material. This use is also referred to as science-based dowsing. The term ´science based dowsingĦ is necessary to harden the term ´dowsingĦ and indicate that it is used as part of a rigorous methodology. So for example if the dowser identifies underground water he must justify the cost of bringing in drilling and engineering with quality evidence that is obtained by an investigative methodology. Biolocation is the methodology used to plan an investigation using dowsing and the subsequent analysis and evaluation of the information obtained. It forms the basis of professional dowsing and scientific research. On the other hand if one˙s interest is purely leisure or as a hobby or just simply curiosity it can enhance dowsing and make it a rewarding and enjoyable activity. Biolocation opens up a whole new way of looking at the world. Detailed scientific knowledge is not required but a willingness to appreciate and use its rationality is essential.

In a paper published by G.Crockford and N.Hughes in dowsing today, Journal of the British Dowsers Society June 2006 (volume 41, number 292,page 10) science based dowsing is formally defined. It is the development of evidence from rational procedures and experimental scientific methodology based on the theoretical model of paramagnetic and diamagnetic field detection by the human magnetic sensory system. The term rational is used to indicate the exercise of reason and logic using the principles of the model. It is necessary to formally define Biolocation to further clarify the use of science based dowsing. Bio location is a process of investigation where a strategy is planned to conduct an investigation using dowsing to collect evidence, rationally analyze it, then challenge and evaluate it as to its accuracy and quality. It is a forensic exercise (using other evidence as necessary) that seeks convergence of evidence to a conclusion an appropriate party can act upon with a high probability of accuracy and certainty of being correct. The model is supported by a considerable amount of experimental evidence that can be demonstrated and repeated consistently. Furthermore a huge body of research is available as an important source of reference The methodology contrasts strongly with one dowsing a technique whereby questions are asked. L- rods and other devices can move when such "questionsĦ are asked. The dowser interprets these movements as answers to the questions. It can be demonstrated parts of the reflex pathway can be used by the mind independent of sensory magnetic input. It can override it, interfere with it and even stop it from responding to sensed fields and being a sense it can be fooled, just like our other senses. Research shows there is too much potential for error and unreliability in this technique to be used in a Biolocation investigation. Its techniques and a procedural methodology have been developed so that bio location can be applied as a reliable accurate professional service. A certain skill level is obviously necessary for such practice. It is a unifying methodology that produces reliable quality evidence when more than one dowser is involved in an investigation. There are considerable advantages in having more than one dowser working on the same investigation or project.
Copyright © 2007 N. Hughes & G. Crockford