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Cassidy, Joe - dowsing



Type of Spiritual Experience


A description of the experience

Joe Cassidy - The Diviner

I use my divining skills to treat houses and buildings that are affected by geopathic stress. The word 'geopathic' comes from two Greek words: geo meaning 'of the earth' and pathos meaning 'disease'. In my experience, most cases of geopathic stress are caused by the effects of underground water lines, excavation disturbances, or energy ley lines interacting with the electromagnetic fields in houses or buildings. If you build
your house over these natural underground water lines, a negative energy may well build up in your house, which can lead to all kinds of problems for the people who live there.
When I'm called out to a house, I bring along my divining rod and I determine the location and width of the water lines. Then I neutralize them.  I do this by earthing the water lines, which is similar to the principle used in acupuncture.
I acupuncture the earth by puncturing it with steel bars. I put a bar into the ground, in the middle of a water line I have identified. The bar doesn't divert the water but it breaks the water at the point of insertion. This diverts the energy of the water downwards away from the house.
When I am divining for geopathic stress, I use a Y-shaped branch, usually from a hazel tree. I hold the two parts of the Y in the palms of my hands and I walk around the perimeter of the house. As I approach the water line, the straight part of the branch will turn upwards towards my chest. The force of the pull on the branch indicates to me the strength of the water line.

The source of the experience

Cassidy, Joe

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Activities and commonsteps



Difficult birth
Visiting telluric hot spots


Inherited genes