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Post sports games
Hi,

i would like to get a group together to practice consensus dowsing. your allowed to pick the sport if you like.

I think people should discuss more there stats. Pm me if you are interested.

I practice daily if that helps at all.

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Tue Nov 20, 2007 10:03 pm
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Once a week i will list a set of games followed by predictions.

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Sun Nov 25, 2007 11:32 pm
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Hey. I am interested. I have NO interest in sports and have no knowledge of the teams so I think the feedback I get will be AOL free.

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Tue Nov 27, 2007 9:55 pm
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The English Coca-Cola Football League Championship matches 1/12/07 (English soccer)
15:00 gmt


Next English coca-cola football league championship soccer matches/Correct results

Blackpool DRAW QPR,
Charlton DRAW Burnley,
Coventry DRAW Sheff Utd,
Crystal Palace DRAW West Brom,
Hull DRAW Cardiff,
Ipswich DRAW Barnsley,
Leicester DRAW Southampton,
Plymouth DRAW Scunthorpe,
Sheff Wed DRAW Colchester,
Stoke DRAW Norwich,
Watford DRAW Bristol City,
Wolverhampton DRAW Preston,

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Ok I know NOTHING about sports. So all of these games happen on Jan 12? Why does it say DRAW inbetween all of them?

So you would like people to dowse WIN / LOSE from these?

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Thu Nov 29, 2007 1:21 am
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firstly it is 1st december 2007 (we write date differently)

Secondly there are 3 possible outcomes in each game, which team wins or a draw,

In my humble opinion, remote viewing a sports game is a very long winded approach to getting the desired result.
Dowsing it is a lot simpler and quicker if you are any good at it.


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Thu Nov 29, 2007 10:42 am
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I will dowse these games and post my results shortly.

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Thu Nov 29, 2007 6:38 pm
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I like this approach to dowsing practice for future events. The targets are events with guaranteed feedback, anyone can particpate, and even the person forming the tasking can dowse for the several outcomes. One thing that might be helpful -- establish a separate place here in the forum where dowsers can post their results but those who have not yet dowsed can avoid seeing others' solutions to the tasking. (Actually, the ideal would be to make it so everyone can post his/her results, but do it in such a way so that no one sees anyone elses results until after the events are decided and feedback made available...but I don't know how to do that within the confines of the forum.) If someone sets that up, that should about do it... except for the dowsing, of course! :D

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well i think i messed up,

but here goes, predictions are

qpr
draw
draw
draw
cardiff
draw
southampton
scunthorpe
colchester
draw
watford
preston

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Sat Dec 01, 2007 12:56 am
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I don't know this sport or these teams at all. These are my dowsing results:

QPR winner
Charlton vs. Burnley - Draw
Coventry winner
Chrystal Palace winner
Hull winner
Bernsley winner
Leicester winner
Plymouth vs. Sounthorpe - Draw
Sheff Wed winner
Stoke vs. Norwich - Draw
Watford vs. Bristol City - Draw
Wolverhampton vs. Preston - Draw


Sat Dec 01, 2007 4:14 am
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Post sorry guys
My friend had a baby so I was at the hospital all day today and I did not have a chance to Dowse these matches.

Count me in for the next dowsing event I will for sure be there.

Peace.

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Sat Dec 01, 2007 8:43 am
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The results are.

Blackpool DRAW QPR, (result Blackpool)
Charlton DRAW Burnley, (result Burnley)
Coventry DRAW Sheff Utd, (result sheff utd)
Crystal Palace DRAW West Brom, (result Draw)
Hull DRAW Cardiff, (result draw)
Ipswich DRAW Barnsley, (result draw)
Leicester DRAW Southampton, (result Southampton)
Plymouth DRAW Scunthorpe, (result plymouth)
Sheff Wed DRAW Colchester, (result colchester)
Stoke DRAW Norwich, (result Stoke)
Watford DRAW Bristol City, (bristol city)
Wolverhampton DRAW Preston, (wolverhampton)

Felix rv manages

4 correct out of 13

lee lehman manages 0 out of 13

Conclusion Dowsing technique must be improved for LEE.

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Congrats on your results, Felix. I don't wager. I hope you don't either!

I take my failure with humility. I quit dowsing with a pendulum several months ago because it left me in error too often. I've been more able to get hits without a tool. I picked it up to participate for Felix, but only confirmed that dowsing with a tool is not the best option for me. I'm pleased that Felix is pleased. Otherwise, I take nothing from this exercise except to know that I've moved on to a more fruitful place.

I got a bit of a surprise this morning when I looked at my protocols from last night too. I was watching the finals of that psychic show on Lifetime and I forgot to put the date in my protocol question. Sorta sets one up for failure, don't you think? Oh well. I liked the show!

I hope everyone is enjoying their dowsing, however they are practicing it!
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Hi Felix,

I had lead 2 different team in the past to target sports game in past six months( one rv team of 12 and another dowsing team of 40). I know there are a lots of pitfalls when utilizing rv to predict the result of a ball games esp in analytical process. Dowsing is much much more simply.

Our team manage to hit 13 games out of 16 on average each week for 2 months already. We had done (home/draw/away) result as what u do now and had switch to (odd/even) result for the past 2 weeks.
Base on my experience, your cue seem not to be the most correct one. Please allow me to post ours for your reference

Is A team the winner for the next A Team VS B Team English Premier League Football Match or not?

Is B team the winner for the next A Team VS B Team English Premier League Football Match or not?

Is it a draw game for the next A Team VS B Team English Premier League Football Match?

U need to do all 3 to make sure the final result, but there will be a highly chance to have aol as u may have preconceive notion by your answer from your 1st or 2nd question. What I had done to minimize such issue was I divided the team into 3 separate team. One team for one question only. They won't know the answer from other teammates until I send the actual result for feedback to them, so I can keep the aol issue at bay.

Or you can obtain the result by using matrices dowsing, use a blank paper with 3 boxes on it(of cuz u also have to prepare an answer sheet with HOME DRAW AWAY on it), it pretty much like doing lottery dowsing. We use it to dowse the total score of ball games!

Hope you enjoy the ride!

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Wed Dec 05, 2007 5:03 pm
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if you can get 13 out of 16 consistently, you should be a millionaire by now.

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Wed Dec 05, 2007 8:18 pm
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I am sorry if my post offense you in anyway. I am not a millionaire yet, but we did made some money out of this. I hope you words of distrust is only out of frustration by reading my post, coz we had put a lot of hard work to test run many things in the whole operation to did such track record. We started out doing 16 games a day, then 8 and then 4 to see if the accuracy & intention focusing capacity of each person in a limited time constraint and see which betting combination fit the collected data in most profitable way. We had spent hours to did data input, telephone calls to follow team-players emotional status, physical constraints lots of stuff like that. You or any pros here can dowsing to tell if i tell lies or not.

We had ran several different cue and find some are more effective and may drawn to a relativity ambiguous response and that's why I want to share with you for a reference(as stated in my last post).

Lastly, I want to declare I have no intention to ruin the harmonic atmosphere to share the tips in this forum, and hope you will have great success along the way!


Thu Dec 06, 2007 2:49 am
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Dear swong,

I am honored to have you in our forum to share your methodology. It's very helpful to me, and I'm sure to others as well. Keep up the good work and let us know how you're doing often! We need team players and I count you among them.

I will continue to post periodically and, I hope, accurately as well. I'm not a master dowser, but will try to lend help or ask questions as they arise. I most need to learn how to use the forum tools to make sure I don't make mistakes! :wink:

My hand to you across the water,
Lee


Thu Dec 06, 2007 3:23 am
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Dear Lee,

The honor is mine. I know you had been very dedicated and show enthusiasm in this ground breaking and phenomenon mind skill along the way when I bought the DVD set and join this forum in Sept. Ron, I and our teammates learn a lot from your threads/posts from time to time.

I am very looking forward to learn more via this community forums.

Wish you all have a great day! :D


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