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Diving for metals or water (dowsing) using a small forked stick resting on the pal of the hand. This method was not as commonly used as was a longer stick or rod held in both hands, but was used to test the potential power of an individual. Woodcut from 'The Saturday Magazine' (London, 30 July 1836).

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Diving for metals or water (dowsing) using a small forked stick resting on the pal of the hand. This method was not as commonly used as was a longer stick or rod held in both hands, but was used to test the potential power of an individual.  Woodcut from 'The Saturday Magazine' (London, 30 July 1836).