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The fields of objects may be cones, or they may be rays of considerable complexity; but, invisible and intangible as they are, we can make contact with them by employing our sixth sense and using a pendulum as an indicator. Read more:

In my last entry, 2012 Apr 15 – How to make spiritual things tangible, I brought one method of making spiritual things tangible, and that was a method described by Tom Lethbridge in his books. Now I find that quite interesting what he describes because it give insights into spiritual things and especially into what is normally called the subconscious and how to access information from this part of our mind, which seems to be quite hidden, by using a pendulum.

From the view of a spiritual person these descriptions coming from Tom Lethbridge are highly informative and one automatically compares his method with the method one is using himself and then Tom Lethbridge’s statement comes to mind that his method is astonishingly simple, “This dowsing seems to be a ridiculously simple method of chemical analysis,” but the way of the spirit is actually much more simple because we do not use material gadgets and physical methods but go straight to the “subconscious” and let it guide us and inform us about anything needed.

But Tom Lethbridge’s statements give us plenty of ideas how the spiritual realm might really work and stimulate our walking by faith – and not by sight.

Today now I will bring some more from Tom Lethbride.

Now Tom Lethbridge gets involved in the human body that is enclosed in an electric-magnetic field, the human electro-magnetic field, or the psyche-field:

“In my ignorance I assumed that the field would surround the object like a skin and be spherical. I imagined a kind of cherry with a stone inside. But very little investigation with the pendulum showed that this idea was quite wrong.
As we worked out a circle on the ground to find a buried object, so we can put a given object on the floor, approach it from several directions with the pendulum swinging and plot the points at which it gyrates. This is the edge of the object’s field.”

“The rate, that is the actual length of cord on the pendulum, necessary to tune in to the object, will always be the same as the radius of the field of force in the horizontal plane around that object.
Now, if the field of force were a sphere, one would have only to repeat the process downward until you reached the edge of it. But you cannot do this. The field extends upwards, as one can easily test, through the floor of the room above and on up to the ceiling of that room. If you measure and draw it, you appear to be dealing with a very tall cone on a very small base. If you reverse the process and test for the field downstairs with the object up above, you find that there is a second cone of the same size going downwards through the floor. The object is, as I think I have said somewhere before, for all the world like a fly squashed between two ice-cream cornets, mouth to mouth.”

“The cones are certainly very high and I have not as yet been able to reach the apex of even the ones with the smallest radius. That of sulphur is only seven inches, but I cannot find the apex of its cone. It seems to me that each cone may in reality be drawn out into a single thin ray. If so the ascending ray probably passes out into space, while the descending one extends to the magnetic centre of the earth. I suspect that we are really dealing with something in the study of Harmonics and that these things resemble the figures formed by plucking taut strings, except that the vibration of a taut string only takes place in one plane, whereas our fields vibrate in all directions. Should there be any sense in my suggestion, one can appreciate two things. The first is that the ascending rays could perhaps come in temporary contact with the fields of the sun, or moon, and secondly they might form paths by which the force of gravitation could travel.”

I find this quite interesting that Tom Lethbridge here suddenly talks about gravitation. The entire scientific world talks about the problems with the Standard Model and there gravitation is one of the key problems and no-one really seems to know what gravitation is and Tom Lethbridge comes here with an explanation that a normal person can understand and can envisage.

So here more from Lethbridge:

“The fields of objects may be cones, or they may be rays of considerable complexity; but, invisible and intangible as they are, we can make contact with them by employing our sixth sense and using a pendulum as an indicator.”

“The human field is clearly not restricted to its vertical axis. We have seen that it can be extended by using a pointing finger to search for buried objects. With a view to getting some idea of the range over which this searching can be carried out, I have tried extending it by holding a light cane in the left hand. Although it is difficult to extend one’s arm for any length of time and hold the pointer steady, it is clear that the ascending cone of a copper pot can be registered at a distance of 150 yards and that of a sheet of corrugated iron at 300 yards.”

“It seems that our electro-magnetic field and those of animals, can project a ray to an unlimited distance, through a forest of other ascending rays, and will with this single out a particular ray and record it by a gyration of the pendulum.”

“This dowsing seems to be a ridiculously simple method of chemical analysis.”


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