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 Using the L-Rods 
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Post Using the L-Rods
For my Montana lotto project i want to do I want the dowsing rods to only move if it's a yes. so I'll have my girlfriend randomly assign the numbers on a grid then ill move down the first column to determine if the number is in that row and i want the rods to only move if it's in that row and then subsequently will only move if it's on the correct number in that row. Is this a good plan for dowsing the lotto or should the dowsing rods always move for yes and no. Say move apart when it's no and cross together if it's yes?

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Post Re: Using the L-Rods
I think you can do it either way. When I use the L-rods I program for both a yes and a no response only if I'm asking a yes or no question, but usually out in the field I expect no response at all until I locate the target. I know one dowser who's rods move apart for yes, and another who's rods cross in the middle for yes. You have to find out what works for you.

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Mon Mar 21, 2011 1:57 pm
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Okay thanks. I'll just have to practice.

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