buried money

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I've been told of a money needle that can b used to pinpoint buried money. There is more money under the ground then not u just have to know how to find it an where to look. With that being said, I've searched the web over an over for a money needle. I'm not sure that's the proper term for it but I'm trying to find out. If there is anyone that can help me please do so. Thanks

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Also I forgot to mention that

Also I forgot to mention that what I'm looking for is not a metal detector.

YB
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Never heard of it....

and like you said, can't find nothing on the net. Is this some local story? Where are you located?

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I Think

ATOWN that someone is having you on. It sounds a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack.
But all joking aside you can do it with a gold ring. You tie the ring to a legnth of cotton, hold it out at arms legnth and slowly walk. When you are over the top of gold the ring will slowly spin. It works on the magnetic field set up by gold.
What think you YB. Feasable?

YB
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I have heard

of using the ring trick to discover the gender of an unborn babe...

I'm wandering if it is on the same line as the divining rod (dowsing rod)?

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YB

That is what I was thinking also.
A dowsing rod is to my knowledge used to find water not money.

Thanks,
Elsie ./.

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Depends

on the douser. I have seen a douser working to find an electric cable across an open field. He was more accurate than an 'expert' with a metal detector. And he wasn't using a willow fork but an old metal coat hanger. I talked to him later and he reckoned he used to go treasure hunting in his spare time with this old coat hanger. He showed me how to hold the wire and I kid you not the first time it dipped it scared the living daylights out of me. The pull is very strong, you can't hold it up. Like having a whale on the end of a rod.The way you hold it is to keep your elbows tight to your body, turn your hands palm up so your little fingers are touching, hold each of the top arms of the 'Y' shape on your hands and point the 3rd arm slightly up and walk. If and when you get a reaction it is strong enough to break your wrist if you try to resist the pull. Good Luck. You could be a water douser, electric douser or even a gold douser, you never know.

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