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Discovery of a human geomagnetic sensory system | Human Frontier Science Program

http://www.hfsp.org/hfsp-news-events/discovery-human-geomagnetic-sensory-system IntroThis link is fascinating and shows that humans can sense the magnetic field even if they do not know that they have. We already know that a lot of animal navigation takes place in the hippocampus i.e. in the Subconscious. Could … Continue reading

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Understanding the Sami people and how they navigated by our Deputy Editor Kerstin Williams

Editor’s comments: Please find this extract talking about the Sami, the ancient aborigine people of Northern Sweden, Finland etc.  We have sometimes called them Lapps see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sami_people This extract comes from a book about the ancient lifestyle of these people and has been translated … Continue reading

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Try this experiment – Use dowsing to find direction and distance

First, you will need to make your tool:  a Dowsing Rod. Take a wire coat hanger. Cut one of the diagonal bars going up to the hook. Cut this with pliers about 6” (15cm) from the corner to the horizontal … Continue reading

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