January 24, 2022

Tracking Hurricanes with Dowsing

Photo Credit To Lee Barnes; NOAA; National Weather Service

Dowsers have a great opportunity to practice verifiable dowsing by creating a projected path of a hurricane and then seeing how the event actually played out. These events can be modified over time and reassessed.

Lee Barnes, our President of the Appalachian Dowsers, has been tracking weather events for years.  Here is his projection from Wednesday early morning.  It’s great to see that his intuition dowsing techniques were already showing the trajectory going toward the west of Florida before the Data Center reported it.

You too can take a simple map and practice your applied intuition too. Be sure to note the date and time that you made the projection.  Let us know how your sessions worked out.  Lee will do an updated analysis on Sunday.


Here is a blank chart to print off and practice on.   http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/tracking_charts.shtml

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  1. Sylvie

    I would very much like to communicate with Mr. Lee Barnes on the topic of possibly forecasting storms but for the 2018 season.
    I’m from the Caribbean (USVirgin Islands ) where we also were hit by Irma and Maria about week later.
    I’m a beginning Dowser and would like to try my hand at predicting these storms. I’m curious over any protocols or methods that Mr .Barnes uses .
    I would love to communicate with anyone regarding this matter.
    Thank you ??


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