The introduction of wave mechanics into science in recent years has brought us radio, television, radar, space exploration, and many other breath-taking feats. Yet literally under our noses, secrets of nature have gone undetected. One of these, which has intrigued man for many centuries is: How do the birds, animals, and fish find their way back from incredible distances, back to the place of their birth? It comes as a surprise to most of us to find that we, too, have this ability, but have been unaware of this most important part of our biology.

Instinct is a useful scientific dodge often used for unexplained phenomena. So many natural phenomena are intangible and unless viewed with an open and inquiring mind the research is retarded.

One science that falls into this category is water detecting or divining. It has been unjustifiably maligned and given a "hit and miss" reputation. This has been largely due to the participants not being aware of the part their individual biology and energies play.

The following is a quotation taken from a pamphlet printed in 1965 by the United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey:

A truly astonishing number of books and pamphlets have been written on the subject of water witching, but as far as scientists are concerned, the subject is wholly discredited. Controlled experiments by a variety of researchers have shown conclusively that water witching is not a reliable method of locating ground water. Some of these studies are included in the list of references at the end of this leaflet. In view of what they show, the U.S. Geological Survey considers that further tests of water witching would be a waste of public money.

The words divining and witching are misleading. For too long they have formed a psychological block to a very real science, a science holding a key to a fundamental and vital part of our biology, a key, also, to the energies of magnetism.

Necessity is often called the mother of invention. It was during the search for a more reliable method of locating water that nature revealed some of these secrets of our biology -secrets that told the part physics and magnetism play in creating and influencing our energies. Deviations invariably play a dominant part in research, contributing important clues to the over-all puzzle. In the early part of this research the deviations appeared rather overwhelming, but as each one, in turn, became understood, the findings, as a result, gathered momentum.

All tests were conducted at Thetis Island, British Columbia, Canada, unless otherwise stated. Locations selected are free from electronic and electrical interferences, also planes, and close proximity of mountains.

Energy waves fill all space, moving in horizontal and vertical planes. It will open a new vista to realize that man is able to act as a wave-transmitter - to modulate and convey some of these electromagnetic waves. In all of our research the people that were used in this requirement will be referred to as wave-transmitters.

Energy wave patterns can be picked up and imprinted on the neurons of the fingers. In our experiments, wave patterns were imprinted on the neurons of the fingers of one hand and the wave pattern picked up and recorded by a wire held in the other.

Each wave transmitter first had to understand the many rules of wave mechanics in relation to his own individual wave circuit. We discovered the importance of whether the wave-transmitter's Vivaxis is located on a gravitational level above or below the ground on which he currently tests. These fundamentals are explained in the subsequent chapters.

It was subsequently found that it was necessary for the wave-transmitter to face into a position out of direct alignment to his own Vivaxis in all four ways: frontwards, backwards, and sideways. His own pattern must be neutral enough to be influenced by a coherent pattern received from another polarized object or person. The wave-transmitter's spine and head must be held erect in one alignment. The shoulders have to be both on the same level. This eliminates those with crooked shoulders.

In further research we found that X-rays introduce a set of energies with electron spins unrelated to a person's own magnetic pattern. This causes wave interference, and until such time as these are deliberately corrected, wave patterns are confused. My research originally would not have been possible except for the fact that I had no interfering X-rays. Bessie O'Connor is an excellent example, as she herself states, "My first attempts at testing seemed to prove that as a wave-transmitter I was a 'dud'. The testing wires simply showed no reaction. X-rays and other foreign energy wave pattern interference have now been eliminated, and since that time I have been able to participate completely in all testing. The wires, limp before, are now alive with the wave pattern. Others, I have observed, have had the same experience."

In detailing my findings I had hoped to avoid the word "I" when possible because so much was learned through the joint efforts of collaborators and assistants, which I often refer to as "we". Mark Twain once wrote, "Only presidents, editors, and people with tapeworms have the right to use the editorial 'we'."

I am not a president nor an editor, and anyone looking at me is certain I haven't a tapeworm, so according to Mark Twain, I have not the right to use "we". However, at times in this book it is appropriate, even as at other times the word "I" is equally appropriate.

The original wave impulses were recorded with a dip wire. The first in the sequence of findings was the realization that wave impulses could be recorded with a dip wire. The angle of the bottom hook had to be correct for the dip wire to work effectively. Our first instrument was galvanized dip wire, 20 inches in length. The bottom hook angled at 35 degrees.

Dip wire   the first instrument

Figure 3. Dip wire - the first instrument.

The dip wire was laid across the neuron located in the whorl of my right index finger. The other hand was held slightly away from the body and the fingers pointed towards the ground. The fingers in this, my left hand, were apparently instrumental in receiving a wave impulse and relaying it to my right hand. The message was, in turn, relayed down into the atomic structure of the wire, influencing its atomic spins and alignment. It became alive and responded with pulsations, pulling back and forth tracing a wave train travelling in a horizontal plane. After a period of time, these pulsations would change to dipping up and down following the same wave train, travelling now in a vertical plane. It later became apparent that I was magnetically linked through electromagnetic waves, and the pulsations were created by a weak electric field following the path towards the source of magnetism.

In the second observation the wave impulses in the dip wire held in my right hand could not be recorded whenever I was located on ground below an altitude of approximately ten feet above sea level. The wire was completely dead.

In the third observation in contrast, if the dip wire was changed to my left index finger and the right held down, the pulsating motion in relation to ground elevation reversed. Thus, when standing on ground below the ten foot elevation the wire held on the left-hand finger pulsated strongly. When however, I was located on ground at any elevation above the ten foot level, no pulsations were recorded in the left hand.

To summarize, the right and left hands always responded differently to elevation above or below the mark of ten feet above sea level.

For a long time this was all an unlocked mystery that haunted and puzzled me. However, when once we found the key, analysis was quite simple. We merely had to check back our findings and apply them to a two-way circuit to a Vivaxis, and it all consistently fitted.

Our theory that our magnetic circuit was also the pacemaker of our heart fitted well here also.

First, what radiation in our. environment was producing spins of this particular wave pattern received by the fingers of one hand while pointed down?

The parathyroid glands absorb radiation readily. We have found a great deal can be learned by wave testing the thyroid gland for tell-tale radiation. Generally the radiation from light absorbed through the eyes is recorded in the thyroid and detected by wave vector readings by an angle wire swinging from north to South. If, however, a stronger radiation is ternporarily introduced into the system, this will cancel out the north and south fields of radiation in the thyroid, replacing it with its own characteristic atomic spins. For a short interval the origin of this radiation can be traced through wave vector readings taken directly from the thyroid gland and transmitted through an angle wire. It is more conclusive if the participant has moved a short distance from the site of his dip wire recording. The point of ground he was picking up pulsations from can generally be pin-pointed by the character of atomic spins and wave vector reading back to that point. By a method of elimination, it appeared that these energies were generated by the earth with spins travelling vertically up only. The atomic motion of their spins seemed to identify them with each point. They could be picked up by one hand only and then only when the fingers were pointed directly down.

Why could the fingers of only one hand receive the radiation at the point of testing? It is a case of vertical direction of spins in our electromagnetic circuit to our Vivaxis. The energy wave associated with that point could only be received into our own circuit by travelling in the same direction as our own energies in our fingers. Only the fingers of one hand had "up" spins.

Why did the spins of my left hand change vertical directions from up to down spins whenever I went below the ten-foot-above-sea-level elevation? The reason, my Vivaxis was located on an elevation about ten feet above sea level by the waterfront of Vancouver Harbour. The change over from up spins to down spins always occurred when I went either above or below my Vivaxis.

Many others have noted this changeover in their hands when they move to elevations below or above their Vivaxes. There are indications that males have a reverse sequence of rotating up and down spins. However, it will take further research to definitely establish this.

At this point our analyzing has brought us far in advance of the sequence of our findings, so we will now retrace our steps back to the fourth stage of our discoveries.

While standing over a point which registered energies travelling in a vertical plane I started testing the insulating properties that different materials might have when held in the receiving hand; but ended up finding out something far more vital and equally unexpected. By this time I had discovered that each pulsation had a measurement of approximately eleven inches. Furthermore, these pulsations corresponded with the timing of my heart beat. It occurred to me that my heart was fundamentally governed by this magnetic circuit with the electric field of my heart following the same direction as the magnetic field.

In the fourth observation when rubber, wood, paper, or cloth was used, the pulsations in the dip wire ceased for a few seconds and then resumed. Lead showed the strongest insulating properties and was in proportion to the thickness of the lead, but in this and all other subsequent tests, these energy waves, after a short period, penetrated lead.

A green leaf was picked from a broccoli plant and carried to the point of testing. Instead of the wave currents pulsating in a vertical plane as before, the dip wire pulled in a horizontal plane towards the plant from which the leaf had been picked! The number of pulsations corresponded with the distance to the plant. The plant was approximately ten feet away and the number of pulsations counted were approximately eleven.

The dip wire was first knocked on the ground to neutralize it. Next, a leaf was picked from a tree and brought back to the same point of testing. This leaf was tested in the same manner and the pulsations swung this time toward the parent tree. The number of pulsations corresponded with the distance to the tree. The tree was twenty-five feet away and pulsations counted were twenty-seven. We found that once a leaf was put on the ground it lost its wave contact to its parent tree.

Starting off to find one thing led to something new and very exciting. These leaves appeared to have a homing ability. The salmon and homing pigeons came to mind. Was this the key to a long-sought-after mystery?