Mysteries of dowsing the ancient way by priscilla wolf‏

It was in 1954 when our well went dry in Sanford, Colorado- San Luis valley, Colorado
My grandparents had a small farm in that area
, Grandmother believed in planting flowers for every healing she did or every miracle that came her way.
So we had five acres of flowers that bloomed every year and every year we planted more.
Thanks to the great spirit and earth she claimed.
we have to give back for what we take from the earth.
We had horses and some other animals- goats, chickens, rabbits, and lambs.
It was summer and many wells had gone dry.
Grandfather hired a well digger Company and they checked and found no water, as they were packing to leave,
I will never forget! grandmother came out and talked to grandfather in Spanish as she pointed to the north of the dried up well, there she said; about six feet down there’s a vain of water. I noticed the men looked at her real weird, the owner said Antonio, we are sure there’s no water on your land.
Check there grandfather said; they did and water came out all over the small ditch.
Only six feet they dug- after that we had water always running free, we built a pond for frogs and fish. (we put in there. )
Grandmother was a healer, a seer on water,
she glowed when she was close to the water,
she would say the Star people blessed the people with the mirror into the water.
Water was used by Indian people as a mirror.
I have recently met dowser Gary from Las Lunas, NM.
Im very interested in this because Grandmother used water for remote viewing.
seeing the future -Grandmother passed away 1972
I always believed the San Luis Valley< Colorado was a blessed place- sacred grounds of the Indains. also called the bloodless Valley. My cousin Mike Garcia Navajo was a dowser. certain tree branches were used for dowsing. also Trees are able to photograph who ever leans against them, check my photo below -I can see this myself will send photo separate

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